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Apple investigates in-app purchase exploit

If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!Remember the in-app purchase exploit that allowed people to make in-app purchases without paying for them? Well, it looks like Apple has caught wind of the story and is currently investigating the problem. No word on how such an exploit managed to get under the noses of Apple security, but I guess it’s a good thing... 

Next-gen Kindle facing manufacturing delays

Amazon’s next generation Kindle is facing production setbacks that may cause a delay for ereader. Back in may rumors started circling that the next Kindle will feature a front-lit display, allowing night owls to read without additional light or compromising the E-Ink display. However, sources told DigiTimes that a problem in mass production emerged from the parts for that front light. As a... 

Samsung to hold another “Unpacked Event” on the 30th of August to unveil Galaxy Note 2? [Rumor]

It was just last week when we said that Samsung could very well unveil the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 at the IFA 2012 in Berlin this coming August. We also mentioned – based on the report by MK News – that the scheduled launching of the device could fall under the month of October. Today, a new report is backing up the rumors. Korean website DDaily is saying that Samsung has scheduled a new... 

Samsung Galaxy S3 knockoff looks like the real thing

You know you’ve got a successful device when you start seeing imitations of it on the market. Previously the iPhone was all the rage and now it looks like Samsung’s Galaxy S3 has taken its place. According to reports online, Samsung’s current flagship phone has spawned imitations in China. One such knock off features a 4.8″ 1280 x 720 display (not SAMOLED), an 8-megapixel rear... 

In Depth: iOS 6: everything you need to know

iOS 6: what you need to know iOS 6, the latest generation of Apple’s mobile software for iPod touch, iPhone and iPad, has finally been unveiled – and from what we’ve seen so far, it’s going to delight an awful lot of iOS users. From badly-kept secrets to things that have been on wishlists for what seems like forever, here are the highlights. The iOS 6 release date is Autumn iOS... 

Check out the Cardboard robot: a robotic arm made out of recyclable materials

Large robotic cranes made out of metal just weigh too much these to be convenient for the average joe. That’s where the Cardboard Robot crane comes into play. The crane is programmable through your computer(connects via USB) and can perform several tasks for you depending on the arm attachment you are using. (more…) By Ubergizmo. Related articles: ClearShot gives your iPhone a tripod... 

Amazon warehouse worker stole 160,000 in electronic goods

Computers and personal electronics are some of the most highly targeted items for burglaries each year due to their popularity, small size, and high price. Companies that distribute electronics goods such as BestBuy or Amazon take huge precautionary measures to make sure that none of their employees steal their products. This didn’t stop an Amazon warehouse worker from stealing nearly $160,000... 

AlertMe’s Remote Heating Control available from British Gas

We have published about the Nest Learning Thermostat created when it was announced in October 2011, since then, the device has been updated with an iPhone app that allows remote controlling the Nest’s settings while on-the-go. Today, a new comer in that space is made available in the UK, through the AlertMe platform in partnership with British Gas. Remote Heating Control is one of the various... 
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