Apple's asked the Chinese Amazon store to stop selling iPads because of its not-going-so-well legal mess with Proview Technology. Proview's also trying to get all imports and exports of the iPad banned.
http://www.apple.com These photos were taken indoors with the dining room light turned on and some light coming in from the windows in the living room. Again, the photo on the left was taken with the mini 2 and the right was taken with the iPad Air 2; the same is true for the following photos. These two photos were taken facing into bright backlighting from the windows in the living room.
Ouya, the $99 gaming console that runs Android has been taking geek town by storm, thanks to its very low price. Recently, we’ve been hearing reports that the company is discussing with several big companies not just in the United States but also in China regarding a possible acquisition.
In a rather ironic turn of events, it might be Apple who will soon be in trouble for copying someone else's smartphone design, depending on how much weight you put on this claim. Chinese company Digione isn't exactly the most popular in the market, at least when compared to the likes of Xiaomi or OPPO, so it is akin to a David versus Goliath legal battle.
Rumored 12.9-Inch 'iPad Pro' May Include More Powerful A8X Processor (MacRumors)
Source: Taiwanese website
Chance it's true: 30 percent
The standard disclaimer for Taiwanese sources applies: their track record isn't great, so it's usually not worth taking them at face value.
Fashionistas and socialites might soon have something to root for. Apple is now rumored to soon make available a gold option for the next generation iPad expected to be unveiled this October. This will give those with a love of gold an option that will be close enough to more luxurious gold plating without costing as much.
That's the word from data analysts at Localytics . Data they collected over the last few days makes clear that the days of lining up for those Black Friday sales is gone. With major retailers like Walmart and Amazon starting their deals a full week before Black Friday, the big shopping day appears to be losing some its luster.
Alibaba, the e-commerce giant out of China, made its Wall Street debut on Friday. It was the biggest initial public offering of all time.Alibaba raised a whopping $29.7 billion for its IPO, easily topping the previous record holder, Visa, which raised $17.9 billion in 2008.The IPO was initially priced at $68 per share with a market value of $168 billion.
Amazon is taking over an entire building on 34th Street across from the Empire State Building, according to construction and real estate executives, raising questions about just what the giant retailer is up to, David Streitfeld and Charles V. Bagli report.The property, at 7 West 34th Street, is 12 stories. The executives said Amazon would use the building for offices and a distribution center.
One of the reasons why e-ink screens are so popular on many devices is that the screens only need power when the image shown on them is changed. That means that the screens draw much less power than a normal LCD. An e-ink screen is also easy to read in direct sunlight. A new watch using an e-ink screen for more than just the face has debuted, and it's very cool.
BERLIN —Amazon employees in Germany, frustrated by the company’s refusal to hold wage talks, walked off their jobs Monday in a coordinated strike at four of the company’s distribution centers.A total of 2,000 workers refused to show up for their shifts on Monday in an effort to force the company to accept an agreement in line with other retailers.
Chinese developerscan finally sell their Android appsthrough the Google Play Store, possibly foreshadowing a local launch of the marketplace. The move gives devs the ability to sell their apps to Android users in over 130 countries around the world, with one major exception: China, where the Play Store is not available -- for now.
Over the weekend, U2 frontman Bono sat down for an interview with Dave Fanning on the Irish radio station 2FM where the two discussed a wide range of topics. While the interview mostly centered on the band's new album, Bono took some time to touch on a few Apple related items.
And if there's one thing Bono isn't, it's boring.
Portable gadget power is a constant need for many of us at The Gadgeteer and I suspect for you as well. The TYLT ENERGI 2K Travel Charger and SYNCABLE-DUO Charge and Sync Cable seem to be a good solution. The ENERGI 2K is a combination charger & portable battery, while the SYNCABLE-DUO is a charge/sync cable with both Apple Lightning and micro-USB connections.