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Ericsson hopes to block sales of the iPhone in the U.S.

Ericsson hopes to block sales of the iPhone in the U.S.

Ericsson is hoping to block sales of the iPhone in the U.S. and obtain damages as it escalates its ongoing patent licensing case against Apple with a slew of federal lawsuits and U.S. International Trade Commission complaints.

iPhone claimed almost 90% of smartphone industry profits in Q4 2014

iPhone claimed almost 90% of smartphone industry profits in Q4 2014

The iPhone’s market share may be dwarfed by Android’s, but its high profit margins mean Apple makes far more than any of its competitors. During the fourth quarter of 2014, the Cupertino company claimed almost 90 percent of the smartphone industry’s entire profits.

This is the Galaxy S6, Samsung’s answer to the iPhone 6 – What do you think about it?

This is the Galaxy S6, Samsung’s answer to the iPhone 6 – What do you think about it?

Samsung is set to announce its new Galaxy S6 at an Unpacked event on March 1, but thanks to these leaked pictures, you don’t have to wait until then to see it. In fact, it may already look familiar, because it appears to take many design cues from its biggest rival, the iPhone 6.

Tweetbot for iOS update brings GIF and Twitter video support

Tweetbot for iOS update brings GIF and Twitter video support

Tweetbot — one of the most popular Twitter clients for iOS — was updated today to add support for viewing GIFs and videos uploaded directly on Twitter. 

A $34 dongle helps the iPhone in conducting HIV tests with ELISA like accuracy

A $34 dongle helps the iPhone in conducting HIV tests with ELISA like accuracy

An intelligent team of biomedical engineers at Columbia University have developed a $34 dongle that connects to the iPhone and is capable of detecting HIV and syphilis. 

iPhone thefts are falling in big cities thanks to Activation Lock

iPhone thefts are falling in big cities thanks to Activation Lock

Thanks to their high resale value, iPhones have always been a big target for pickpockets and thieves. But in big cities like New York and San Francisco, iPhone thefts are falling drastically, all because of Activation Lock.

Apple to ban accessory makers who design cases for the iPhone and iPad based on rumors and leaks

Apple to ban accessory makers who design cases for the iPhone and iPad based on rumors and leaks

Just before the launch of the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus in fall 2014, Apple demanded that all leading case and accessory makers for its devices sign an agreement that prevents them from creating cases and covers for upcoming Apple devices based on leaks and rumors. 

Rumor: iPhone 6s to feature an 8-megapixel camera yet again

Rumor: iPhone 6s to feature an 8-megapixel camera yet again

We have heard quite a bit of rumors about the iPhone 6s featuring a dual-lens camera that will give it a huge jump in image quality. However, according to analyst Jeff Pu, Apple will be once again using an 8MP sensor on the iPhone 6s. 

This is how the Chinese game the iOS App Store rankings

This is how the Chinese game the iOS App Store rankings

The above image, which shows a Chinese lady sitting in front of hundreds of iPhone 5cs’, has gone viral on Chinese social media websites. The image shows how the Chinese are gaming the rating system of the App Store. 

Here’s everything you need to know about unlocking your iPhone from February 11

Here’s everything you need to know about unlocking your iPhone from February 11

If you live in the United States and are using an iPhone or any other smartphone that is locked to its carrier, here’s some good news for you. Starting from February 11, you will be easily able to unlock your phone through your carrier.