Tag Archives: iPhone

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Meet Earth’s Biggest Phone Company (No iPhone, Yet)

China Mobile: Have you ever heard of it? It’s the biggest mobile service provider in the world, with seven times the subscribers of Verizon and made $560 billion in annual revenue. And that’s without the iPhone. The company is proof that Asia eclipses all other mobile markets and its meteoric rise shows no signs of slowing. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Meet iOS7: What Just Happened to Your iPhone?

With iOS7, Apple pushes out its first major mobile software redesign since the original iPhone. Bloomberg Television’s Jon Erlichman looks at what users canexpect to find when the upgrade to iOS7. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Is Apple’s New iPhone Strategy the Right Move?

Nothing excites Apple’s admirers more than a new iPhone. This time around, Apple may unveil not one but two new phones, one an upgrade to the iPhone 5 and one less expensive model. Bloomberg’s Jon Erlichman has more on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)

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What To Know Ahead Of The New iPhone

Bloomberg Contributing Editor Paul Kedrosky looks at what we can expect from tomorrow’s Apple event and whether the company still has the ability to surprise consumers with their products. He speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

“Jailbreaking” Your iPhone And Its Restrictions – Infographic

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A lot of iPhone users are not happy with the restrictions Apple puts on its users and iPhone owners. Being limited to one service provider is just one of the restrictions many people would like to get around. There are many others and there is a way to bypass all this:

Jailbreaking is a download program which ‘Jailbreaks’ their phone. Users are able to bypass the restriction set by Apple . Have a look at this infographic and decide for yourself if it is worth it.

Source: The JailBreak Shop

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Apple WWDC: Will iPhone iOS 7 Fend Off Rivals?

Jon Erlichman updates the latest news from Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)

iPhone Aftermath: Which Camera Will Survive?

Bloomberg Businessweek’s Sam Grobart considers the plunge in point-and-shoot camera sales over the past year, and sees DSLR cameras as one clear route to survival. (Source: Bloomberg)

Crave – Wake up to a dancing iPhone, Ep. 121

This week on Crave, we take a look at Tim-e, an iPhone dock that wakes you up in the most annoying ways possible. We salute Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield on making space travel cool again and demonstrate Petswitch, which lets you put your face on your cat’s visage. – CNET –

BlackBerry to Offer Messaging App on Apple, Android

Logo TheMainStreetAnalyst 8713679455_e0394e3f7e_zBlackBerry will offer versions of its BBM instant-messaging service on iPhones and Android devices, extending one of its most popular features beyond its own smartphones for the first time. IDC Research Chief Research Officer Crawford Del Prete speaks with Mark Crumpton on Bloomberg Television’s “Bottom Line.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Apple’s Cook Faces Global Headwinds on iPhones

In today’s “Movers & Shakers,” Bloomberg’s Betty Liu reports that Apple CEO is facing resistance from potential wireless partners around the globe, which could impact iPhone sales. She speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “In The Loop.”

Will Apple Replace Google on iPhone With Yahoo?

Apple and Yahoo executives have discussed ways to collaborate more closely on mobile software, according to a person familiar with the matter. Adam Satariano reports on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Galaxy S4 Not Enough To Switch From iPhone

Tim Stevens, Editor-in-Chief at Endgadget reviews Samsung’s new Galaxy S4 smartphone the morning after it’s unveiling. He speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

How Many Devices Do You Carry Around? – Infographic

In January, we wrote about the crazy number of devices Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak takes with him on his travels around the world.

Then the Naked Security team counted up how many devices we each carried around every day… well, it was embarrassingly high. Continue reading

Samsung Galaxy S4: Hands-On With An iPhone-Hunter

Bloomberg Businessweek senior technology correspondent Sam Grobart reviews the new Samsung Galaxy S4, set to be released later this year as a direct competitor to Apple’s iPhone 5. (Source: Bloomberg)

Shaq: Steve Jobs Wouldn’t Give Me the First iPhone

Former NBA Player Shaquille O’Neal discusses his interest in the tech world. He speaks with Jon Erlichman on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)