2015 Hyundai Sonata to come with Apple CarPlay

2015 Hyundai Sonata to come with Apple CarPlay

Hyundai, the Korean carmaker has announced that it will be adding support for Apple’s CarPlay technology to its automobiles.

Hyundai will bring Apple CarPlay technology first to the new 2015 Sonata, which was unveiled earlier today and will go on sale in June.

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How to find your iPhone or Cellular iPad’s IMEI number

How to find your iPhone or Cellular iPad’s IMEI number

It’s handy to have your IMEI number stored someplace safe in case you ever lose your phone or tablet. This 16-digit number (known as an International Mobile Equipment Identity number) is a unique identifier for every device that connects to a mobile network with a SIM card, and it allows carriers to blacklist the device if it goes missing.

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Alleged iPhone 6 case with repositioned Power button, iPhone 5c-like Volume buttons

Alleged iPhone 6 case with repositioned Power button, iPhone 5c-like Volume buttons

French website Nowwhereelse.fr has published photos of yet another case, which their source claims are for the iPhone 6.

The case features slightly rounded edges, which is in line with rumors we’ve heard so far. The case also has a cut out for the power button along the upper right hand side of the case. 

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8GB iPhone 5c now available in more European countries

8GB iPhone 5c now available in more European countries

Apple recently launched the 8GB version of the Apple iPhone 5c targeting the budget market. This particular variant of the low cost iPhone is now available in Belgium, the Czech Republic, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal and Sweden starting today.

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Samsung Executives saw Steve Jobs’ death as the best opportunity to attack iPhone

Samsung Executives saw Steve Jobs’ death as the best opportunity to attack iPhone

Internal communication between top Samsung executives presented during the ongoing Apple vs. Samsung trial has revealed how the Korean company viewed Steve Jobs’ death as “the best opportunity to attack iPhone.”

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Apple, Other Smartphone Makers and major U.S. Carriers back Anti-Theft Measures

Apple, Other Smartphone Makers and major U.S. Carriers back Anti-Theft Measures

Apple, Google, HTC, Huawei, Microsoft, Nokia, Samsung have announced a voluntary commitment to include anti-theft technology in their phones beginning next year.

The commitment has the backing of the five largest U.S carriers as well.

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iPhone 6 mockups and accessories showcased at Hong Kong Electronics Fair [Updated: Video]

iPhone 6 mockups and accessories showcased at Hong Kong Electronics Fair [Updated: Video]

Japanese blog Macotakara.jp today published images taken during the Hong Kong Electronics Fair that showcase iPhone 6 mockup devices used by accessory makers to design cases for the rumored handset. Organized by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council and held this week, April 13-16, the fair is one of the largest in the world.

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Samsung denies copying iPhone features; says marketing helped Galaxy phones succeed

Samsung denies copying iPhone features; says marketing helped Galaxy phones succeed

Apple and Samsung are in the middle of yet another patent trial, where Apple accuses the Korean company of stealing iPhone features described in five of its patents, asking for $2 billion in damages.

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Apple joins other smartphone manufacturers in adopting anti-theft measures

Apple joins other smartphone manufacturers in adopting anti-theft measures

Apple along with HTC, Motorola, Huawei and other have committed to curbing smartphone theft by entering into the Smartphone Anti-Theft Voluntary Commitment, reports CNET. This anti-theft measure proposed by the CTIA trade group requires a handset maker to pre-install or make available a tool for disabling a phone that has been lost or stolen.

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New Patented Technology from Apple Brings Accurate Positioning Indoors

New Patented Technology from Apple Brings Accurate Positioning Indoors

A new patent demonstrating accurate indoor positioning was granted to Apple on Tuesday, which could potentially bring indoor navigation to the iPhone in the relatively near future. The patent, which uses GPS, existing Wi-Fi infrastructure, and “onboard location databases,” will provide accurate indoor positioning in “nearly any environment.”

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