Author Archives: Evan Selleck

Evan Selleck has an innate love for technology, gadgets, and shiny things. He's a father, which is the only thing that out-classes his love for writing. He's been writing about technology for three years.

Analysts Report Apple May Have Sold Nearly 90 Million iPhones Since Launch

Analysts Report Apple May Have Sold Nearly 90 Million iPhones Since Launch

Apple will be revealing their earnings during their last quarter, which ended on Christmas Day, next week, and it's suggested that the company will announce that they've sold somewhere in the ballpark of 90 million iPhones throughout the world since its launch in 2007. These estimates were polled by Fortune from 33 different analysts, all of which had a different number to chime in as to how many iPhones Apple sold in their last quarter.

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Xbox LIVE Refer a Friend Program Launches

Xbox LIVE Refer a Friend Program Launches

If you know a few people who haven't jumped onto the Xbox LIVE Gold Membership bandwagon yet, and you feel like with a gentle nudge from you they just might, here's your time to act. Not only because you'll get even more friends to play your favorite online games together with, but also because Microsoft has just launched the Xbox LIVE Refer a Friend program, which means you'll get a cool prize for getting one of your friends to sign up for Gold.

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HorodronHD-01 Concept Watch Features E-Ink Display

HorodronHD-01 Concept Watch Features E-Ink Display

Extravagant watches are becoming a normal, every day occurrence. With companies like Tokyoflash creating some of the most unique, and hard-to-read watches out there, it's good to see that some future watches will still be able to tell us time in a more direct fashion. The HorodronHD-01 concept watch focuses more on the aesthetic appeal of its design, instead of beautiful lights to grab a potential customer's attention.

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BlackBerry Dakota Pictured, Specs Leak Along With it [Updated]

BlackBerry Dakota Pictured, Specs Leak Along With it [Updated]

The BlackBerry Dakota has managed to shy away from the lens of a camera for quite some time, but it looks like anyone looking for their next top-of-the-line BlackBerry device might be staring at their next device. Boy Genius Report has managed to get the first shot of the device, which features a capacitive touchscreen along with the company's trademark physical keyboard below.

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Verizon Axes New Every Two Upgrades Beginning January 16th

Verizon Axes New Every Two Upgrades Beginning January 16th

Verizon's had their New Every Two upgrade program instilled for a long time now, but the wireless carrier has apparently decided to kick it to the curb. Verizon has confirmed with The Wall Street Journal that, effective January 16th, their New Every Two upgrade feature will end. That means that customers will no longer be able to take advantage of a credit towards a new device, which range between $30 and $100, on new equipment every two years.

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Google Translate Updated to Support Conversation Mode

Google Translate Updated to Support Conversation Mode

Google celebrates random things, especially when it has to do with applications or software they've created. For example, Google Translate has officially been available in the Android Market for one whole year now this month. Which means that it is the application's birthday. To celebrate this, Google has updated the application with a massive feature set, now including what they're calling Conversation Mode.

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iOS 4.3 Beta Released

iOS 4.3 Beta Released

Earlier this morning, there was a confirmation that the mobile hotspot feature, which the Verizon iPhone 4 has already installed, would be made available to all iPhone 4s in the wild, once iOS 4.3 landed in the future. Apple has made iOS 4.3 one step closer to reality, by releasing the first official build for developers, courtesy of their developer portal on Apple's website.

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Sony Sues Geohot and fail0verflow Team for PlayStation 3 Jailbreak

Sony Sues Geohot and fail0verflow Team for PlayStation 3 Jailbreak

Geohot and the rest of the fail0verflow team are getting a lot of attention from Sony, all of which is focused around the group's creation of a PlayStation 3 jailbreaking utility. George Hotz (Geohot), Sven Peter, Hector Martin Cantero, and the rest of the team behind the jailbreak are now officially being sued by Sony. A step that seemed obvious after the company's movement to acquire a restraining order, to prevent people from obtaining the utility.

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