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iPhone 5 HD photos appear with specific measurements

iPhone 5 HD photos appear with specific measurements

If you were looking for a set of high-definition photos of the new iPhone 5 (or whatever they'll end up calling it) next to the iPhone 4 AND the iPhone 3G, today's you're lucky day. Today a collection of photos have been revealed by SoHu.com where they've gotten their hands on what appears to be an iPhone 5 case model - handed out to 3rd party accessory manufacturers so that they might know the shape and size of the device before it's released. Here you'll see the next iPhone - or this heavily trafficked model that certainly appears to be the iPhone 5 - next to a couple of its predecessors as well.

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Samsung scores 3G patent win over Apple: Seeks compensation

Samsung scores 3G patent win over Apple: Seeks compensation

Samsung has secured a win against Apple in The Hague, with the Dutch court ruling that older iPhones and iPads contravene a 3G patent held by the Korean company. Although Samsung's earlier attempts to have the products - which include the iPad 2 and iPhone 4, though not the latest iPhone 4S and new iPad - blocked from sale were rejected, the company says it will now use this ruling to obtain compensation for the infringement from Apple.

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Swap your iPhone 4 for an iPhone 4S at Target

Swap your iPhone 4 for an iPhone 4S at Target

It looks like Target is at it again with a new trade-in promotion that will reportedly launch this Sunday, February 26. The promotion will be especially enticing for those of you wanting to trade up from your iPhone 4 to an iPhone 4S to get in on all that Siri action. The catch of course is that you'll have to sign up for a new two-year service agreement.

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Griffin Woogie 2 demands your cuddles

Griffin Woogie 2 demands your cuddles

Geeks, cease your pacing restlessness: the Griffin Woogie 2 is here! Follow up to the surprisingly successful - and, near the holidays, darned tricky to find in stores - Woogie of 2010, the toddler-targeted huggable iPhone and iPod touch case now gains a personality thanks to the companion Woogie app, adding ten faces that respond to tickling, shaking and lovely warm cuddles.

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Belkin WeMo promises iPad home automation

Belkin WeMo promises iPad home automation

Home automation is something plenty of geeks dream about, but has a reputation for being tricky and expensive to implement; now Belkin hopes to address both of those concerns with its new WeMo standard. Using a combination of a WiFi-enabled AC plug adapter - which can be remotely turned on or off - and a WiFi-enabled motion sensor, along with a free iPhone and iPad app, WeMo promises to make setting up a smart home headache-free.

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Microsoft Lync 2010 released for iPhone and iPad

Microsoft Lync 2010 released for iPhone and iPad

Microsoft has released two new apps for the iOS platform, Microsoft Lync 2010 for iPhone and Lync 2010 for iPad, targeted at enterprise users with an Apple gadget in their pocket or bag. Both free downloads - though requiring a Lync Server or Office365/Lync Online account in order to actually function - the two apps offer instant messaging, audio conferencing and VoIP calls while on the move.

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iPhone and iPod touch iOS 3.1.3 users blocked from App Store

iPhone and iPod touch iOS 3.1.3 users blocked from App Store

iPhone and iPod touch users running older versions of iOS have found themselves blocked from downloading software from Apple's App Store, owner complaints have revealed, with no official fix in sight. The issue, widely reported in Apple's support forums, affects devices running iOS 3.1.3 and leaves them unable to grab free or paid apps, rate software, view official screenshots or send details to others using the "tell a friend" option.

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Motorola scores Apple iPhone/iPad injunction in Germany [Updated]

Motorola scores Apple iPhone/iPad injunction in Germany [Updated]

Motorola Mobility has won a wireless patent case against Apple in Germany this morning, meaning - unless Apple can secure a stay until an appeal can be heard - the iPhone and iPad could be blocked from sale in the country. A Germany court ruled that Apple's cellularly-enabled devices infringe European Patent 1010336, detailing a "method for performing a countdown function during a mobile-originated transfer for a packet radio system" FOSS Patents reports, and deemed an essential component of the GPRS data standard. Motorola will have to cough up a €100m bond if it wants to chase a sales injunction, however.

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Nokia denies Carrier IQ tracking; iPhone code spotted but Nexus clean

Nokia denies Carrier IQ tracking; iPhone code spotted but Nexus clean

Nokia has denied reports that its cellphones and smartphones contain code from Carrier IQ, the mobile analytics company accused of logging keypresses, text entry and other use across a huge number of handsets. "CarrierIQ does not ship products for any Nokia devices" a Nokia spokesperson told SlashGear, describing reports otherwise as "inaccurate." However, evidence of at least some potential Carrier IQ tracking has been identified in Apple iOS devices, while Google's Nexus range is believed to be code-free.

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