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Apple Responds To Lodsys’s Lawsuit Threats

After waiting two weeks for a reply Apple has finally came back with a response for the threats against small app developers made by Lodsys. Lodsys is a small Texas company that it claims cover in-app purchasing. A letter was sent by Apple GC Bruce Sewell that says the app makers are already covered by the license Apple has taken to the four Lodsys patents.

iPhone 4S Coming This Year, iPhone 5 Due Next Year?

A rumor has been circulating around the Internet today, and don’t worry it’s not one of those ‘vicious’ types. The rumor is that the next-generation iPhone will contain curved glass. According to industry sources, Apple has purchased between 200 and 300 glass cutting machines for the production of the curved covers.

Since glass cutting machines are typically expensive, we can bet that Apple is going to use this to give the iPhone a fresh new look.

Pizza Hut App Now Available On Android And iPad

In September of 2009, Pizza Hut launched a specialized app for the iPhone that generated a massive $1 million in sales within the first two months of launch. It took them a few years, but the pizza chain has finally brought the app to the likes of Android and iPad users. If you’re hungry, now’s the time to visit the Android Marketplace and make your download. New features included in the new apps include:

New Intel Processors Designed For Macbook Air?

It looks like Intel is working on some ultra-low voltage processors that are based on the Sandy Bridge core and would be the perfect match for the MacBook Air. According to a leak, the Core i5 and i7 processors will be getting a boost. The 1.4GHz cpu will be getting raised to 1.6GHz. The Core i5 2557M will run at 1.7GHz with a Turbo Boost to 2.7GHz, and the Core i7 models would each get a boost of 100MHz in processing power and Turbo Boost of up to 2.9GHz of power.

Each of the processors will be dual-core, Hyperthreaded processors with graphics cores ranging from 350MHz to 1.2GHz with full throttle. Each of the chips are also expected to arrive later this year.

iPod Software Update For Better Gaming

The 4.1 software update is the first major update to software 4 for the iPod touch.The new software is bringing game center, new iTunes features, and more to iPod touch. There is a feature called FaceTime. FaceTime brings video calling to iPod touch. So now you can see your friends and talk to them with high resolution of 960 by 640. Everything you see and do on iPod touch looks even better than before.

iPad 2 Vs Galaxy Tab 10.1 Video Recording

All the new tablets have video recordings and applications. The question is which one between the iPad 2 and the Galaxy Tab 10.1 has the best records HD videos the best? To find out there is a side by side test in the video below of one side featuring the iPad and the other side featuring the Galaxy.

Are eReaders Effective Reading Tools?

Have you purchased an iPad or an eReader to be able to do your morning reading without flipping through a bulky newspaper? Well, a February study conducted at Miratech shows that readers are more likely to skim over articles on an iPad than in a newspaper. Is it because images look cooler on an iPad and the device gives off a digital “play with me” vibe? A study conducted, analyzed the differences between iPad and newspaper reading patterns. Miratech asked a representative sample of participants to read similar information from a printed newspaper first and then from an iPad version.

Thinking Med School? Let This App Get You There

Medical school is no doubt an arduous process. One has to fulfill a number of years of Chemistry, Math, Physics, and Biology coursework. How would you like your journey to be made just a bit easier? A company called Regular Rate and Rhythm Software has just announced Med Mnemonics v12. The app is designed to serve as a learning resource for medical memory aids, and perform on the iPhone, iPhone Touch, iPad, Android, and Windows Phone 7.

Verizon Is Eliminating Unlimited Data Plans

Verizon has officially decided to get rid of unlimited data plans. It has been confirmed by the Verizon CEO Fran Shammo.
The unlimited data plans are going to be replaced new ones are going to be aimed at heavy data users. The new data plans will be similar to those of AT&T. The AT&T data plan includes 250MB for $15 and month and $25 for 2GB.

Intel + Apple, A Match Made In Heaven

Intel’s Senior Vice President, Tom Kilroy has recently revealed that Intel and Apple are working closely together on Apple’s future products. Kilroy is state that Apple helps shape Intel’s roadmap. This makes sense to me because unlike PC manufacturers that have an option of choosing Intel, AMD, or ARM, Apple has been using Intel processors for years and years.

The duo have quite a solid history together and it would make sense for them to team up to take on the world, especially when Intel knows that Apple won’t flock over to AMD or ARM for business.