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Satechi’s tiny Swift Bluetooth Speaker now available for $29.99

Satechi’s tiny Swift Bluetooth Speaker now available for $29.99

Ever find yourself in need of a tiny, wireless speaker? If you listen to media through the speakers on your laptop or smartphone, you probably have at one point or another, and Satechi has a product aimed directly at you. Today it announced that its new Swift Bluetooth Speaker is available, and its got a price that isn't going to break the bank if you're trying to rein in the spending.

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Apple’s gross margin for iPhone sitting around 50%

Apple’s gross margin for iPhone sitting around 50%

Anyone who follows tech and gadget news knows that Apple doesn't like to talk about its margins on its individual devices, but thanks to a court filing recently unearthed by Reuters, we now have a better idea of what they are. According to the court filing - which includes a statement from an "Apple expert witness" - the company enjoyed a gross margin between 49 and 58 percent on the iPhone between April 2010 and March 2012. That's a ridiculously high margin, which gives us a better idea of why Apple never wants to talk about the subject.

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Apple “really excited” to be at Black Hat

Apple “really excited” to be at Black Hat

We've already had a few stories about the 15th annual Black Hat conference in Las Vegas, but now it's time to tell you about Apple's role in the meeting. Apple's head of software platform security Dallas De Atley was on hand at the conference today to give a speech about mobile security, telling the audience that security has always been an important part of the iOS platform. This speech comes as people become more and more concerned about mobile security and what OS manufacturers are doing to stop the threat of hackers, who are targeting mobile devices more frequently these days.

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Chinese new iPad launch sidesteps mayhem

Chinese new iPad launch sidesteps mayhem

Apple's new iPad launch in China proved smooth and hitch-feee, with the company's pre-registration rationing system helping prevent the violent crowds that marred the iPhone 4S release earlier this year. Rather than accept walk-in sales, Apple has insisted on a pre-purchase system that requires new iPad buyers to register online the day before they want to collect their iPad in-store; as a result there was no line outside Chinese Apple Stores, and no overnight waiting.

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AT&T vs. Verizon: Shared Data Showdown

AT&T vs. Verizon: Shared Data Showdown

This week AT&T has joined the "shared data" party that Verizon has been a part of for a few weeks, now it's time to run down which of the two brings on a better deal for you. You'll of course want to keep in mind first and foremost that these two networks have different coverage areas and that they've, for the most part, got a different device selection as well. If you're looking for an iPhone or a Samsung Galaxy S III at this very moment, it's the carriers you'll be looking at - and both AT&T and Verizon are vying for your attention right this second.

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Apple patents mobile scroll bar

Apple patents mobile scroll bar

Today comes news of a new Apple patent that could cause problems for most of the Android devices floating around out there. The patent in question is US patent 8,223,134, and it covers disappearing vertical scroll bars on touchscreen devices in a pretty broad fashion. With the patent covering things like portable devices with a touchscreen display, vertical scroll bars that disappear after a short time, and moving the vertical bar through touch, it's pretty easy to see why this have could have a negative outcome for Android and manufacturers working with Google's Mobile OS in general.

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