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Apple terrified Samsung will spill iPad and iPhone sales stats

Apple terrified Samsung will spill iPad and iPhone sales stats

Samsung's renegade evidence gush has left Apple terrified that its South Korean court rival will spill sensitive sales summaries and buyer surveys, it's been revealed, ahead of their use in cross-examining marketing exec Philip Schiller later today. The Cupertino firm has demanded that Judge Lucy Koh ensure that the documents - which could cause "severe harm to Apple" if disclosed - be sealed, having been given last-minute notification that they were to be used in today's hearing.

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Define Failure: 26m iPhones, good or bad?

Define Failure: 26m iPhones, good or bad?

26m iPhones in a three month period. Apple's Q3 2012 results are out, and while the huge year-on-year growth for iPad is an eye-catcher, it's the shifting sales of the company's flagship smartphone that have split opinion. For many - Nokia, for instance, or HTC - 26m sales would be the very definition of "a good problem to have", but for Apple it's not so straightforward. While the company has seen 28-percent year-on-year growth for the iPhone, its also seen a 26-percent drop quarter-on-quarter. So, is the iPhone stumbling, or is this all entirely understandable?

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Facebook launches new Pages Manager app for iPhone

Facebook launches new Pages Manager app for iPhone

Facebook has just starting to roll out of the new app for the iPhone that will help people manage pages and keep in touch with followers. The new app is called Pages Manager. The new app apparently is very similar to the standard Facebook app, but all the features are dedicated to supporting fan pages.

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iPhone 5 LTE release date tipped via Qualcomm shortage

iPhone 5 LTE release date tipped via Qualcomm shortage

This week it appears that the next generation iPhone 5 may have been inadvertently tipped by Qualcomm's quarterly earnings call via a supply issue warning for analysts tracking their mobile chipsets. The chipsets that are, in particular, seeing a strain on supply at the moment are their new 28-nm modem chips made to power the next generation of LTE speed devices. Qualcomm Chief Executive Paul Jacobs spoke to analysts saying that "demand went so far ahead of availability that we've decided to start spending more money to get more supply as soon as possible."

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Next iPhone tipped to use Liquidmetal (again)

Next iPhone tipped to use Liquidmetal (again)

Another day, another iPhone rumor. This time it’s actually an old one brought back from the dead: ETNews reports that the iPhone 5 will shift away from the 4 and 4S' glass construction and instead be made from Liquidmetal. If you remember, Apple bought the IP rights to the Liquidmetal technology back in August 2010, and it has since been used in the SIM card ejector tool.

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Lemon receipt tracking app reaches 1 million users

Lemon receipt tracking app reaches 1 million users

Lemon is starting to become the new default way for consumers to keep track of their receipts. There are many other apps fighting for your attention when it comes to tracking your finances, but Lemon is unique in its specific focus on allowing users to snap pictures of their physical paper receipts so they have a permanent record of them. If you think this is only a niche market, think again. The app has just reached 1 million users and it's expanding its functionality.

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iPhone Facebook use trails Android app use in daily users

iPhone Facebook use trails Android app use in daily users

When it comes to how many folks use a given app there are several companies that track that data. One of those firms is AppData reports TechCrunch. The company has been tracking the official Facebook app for iPhone and Android devices and has found that Android is beating the iPhone app in one metric. According to the company, the Android app is beating iPhone for daily active users.

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iPhone explodes in holiday sales as Nokia struggles to penetrate

iPhone explodes in holiday sales as Nokia struggles to penetrate

Nokia's multi-million efforts to push its Windows Phone based Lumia 800 still hasn't resulted in strong holiday sales, according to the latest UK stats, with Apple's iPhone continuing to dominate the mobile market. Although the newest iPhone 4S was an unsurprising success, sales tracking firm GfK says, the aging iPhone 3GS still managed to make it into the top 15 handsets chart despite dating back to mid-2009. Android was also a winner, with Samsung's Galaxy S II a particular star.

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