After Apple got down and dirty with the legal eagles in Australia and stopping Samsung from releasing its Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet, Samsung certainly protested, but now they've dropped a tidy little lawsuit against Apple in return against several of its oh so shinily crunchy Jobsian iDevices.
Physical photos: the final printed medium? These are the voyages of the iPhoto-printer, Bolle BP-10, on a mission unconnected with sunglasses, exploring the albums of strange new iPhones, to seek out what the replacement ink and paper costs are, and to boldly go where no dedicated photo printer has gone before.
Rumour suggests Apple's iOS 4.2 update will launch within the next 24 hours, bringing long awaited new features to the iPad at last, and perhaps set to magically and revolutionary fix the claimed iBrick-level problems that some iPhone 3G and 3GS users say they've had since boarding the iOS 4.x bandwagon, leading to a class-action lawsuit against the Kingdom of Crunch!
In a sign that Telstra might actually be a little serious this time about the noises it repeats every few years about 'finally' wanting to truly get 'customer service right', Telstra has announced it is dropping its previously expensive $150 unlock charge to the much wallet-friendlier price of $0.
The only officially sanctioned app to maintain Apple's i-devices - the iPod, iPhone and soon iPad - is iTunes. Yet, it has failed to keep up with the modern family's fleet of such gadgets. Here's another problem Apple needs to address.
iTunes is the only officially sanctioned app to manage and maintain your plethora of Apple i-devices - iPods, iPhones, and soon the iPad. Yet, for such a crucial app it really is behind the times and needs crucial fixes to keep pace with the needs of its users.
The Qi wireless charging standard has arrived in Australia in the form of chargers for the iPhone and Nintendo DS Lite.
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