iPhone Outships BlackBerry Devices In Canada

RIM seem to be having a tough time at the moment, and now Apple has shipped more smartphones in RIM’s home country of Canada for the first time.

According to a recent report in 2011 RIM shipped a total of 2.08 million BlackBerry smartphones, and this compares to 2.85 million smartphones shipped by Apple for the same period.

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SugarSync 3.0 iOS App Arrives

Today SugarSync has launched a new version of their iOS application taking it to SugarSync 3.0, and bringing with it a number of new tweaks and features specifically designed for Apple’s new iPad 3 tablet.

Within the new SugarSync application shared folders are now located on the left side and are always on show for easy access. Together with navigation links for other area such as mobile photos and videos, web archives, recent documents, the Magic Briefcase.

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iPhone With 4G LTE Confirmed By iOS 5.1 (Video)

We have been hearing rumors for quite some time that Apple is working on a 4G LTE iPhone, and with the recent release of the iPad which comes with 4G LTE we are expecting the next iPhone to support 4G.

Now according to a recent report by the guys over at iDownloadBlog, references to a 4G enabled iPhone have been discovered in iOS 5.1, which you can see in the video below.

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Angry Birds Space Lands On iOS, Android, PC And Mac

Rovio Mobile’s latest installment in the Angry Birds saga is now available, Angry Birds Space is now available for Apple’s iOS devices, Google’s Android device plus the PC and Mac.

Angry Birds Space comes with some new characters and a new physics engine for the ‘no gravity’ game play, have a look at the screenshots below.

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iPhoto For iPad Hits 1 Million Downloads In 10 Days

Along with the launch of the new iPad, Apple also launched a couple of new apps for the iPad and iPhone, one of those was iPhoto, and it looks like the app has become extremely popular.

According to the guys over at The Loop, who have received some information from Apple, iPhoto has been downloaded more that one million times in the first ten days.

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Air Display App Receives HiDPI Support For New iPad 3

Air Display has announced that its now added HiDPI support to its application for the new iPad 3 to support Apple’s new retina screen, which has been fitted to the new iPad.

The new support has been added the latest Air Display update which is currently making its way through Apple’s approval process and is expected to shortly land in the iTunes App Store ready to download.

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KORG Unveils New MicroKEY MIDI Keyboard

Korg has today announced the arrival of a couple of new additions to their line of microKEY USB powered MIDI keyboards. The new range was unveiled at the international musical instrument fair, Frankfurt Musikmesse, and the existing 37 key versions is now joined by a 61 key and mini 25 keys model

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Goldplated 24 Karat iMac By Computer Choppers

Anyone out there that perhaps finds Apple’s iMac aluminium finish a little understated for themselves, might be interested in a new service which is being offered by Computer Choppers, that will gold plate your iMac.

The gold-plating service doesn’t come cheap though and will set you back between $7,000 – $10,000 for a lovely 24 karat coating over your Apple iMac.

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Apple Siri Gets Updated, Further Yelp Integration

Apple doesn’t release any information when its voice activated virtual assistant, Siri, gets an update, but it would appear that Siri has recently been updated with some new features.

According to the guys over at Gadgetsteria, the latest update seems to have come around the time Apple released iOS 5.1, which was last week.

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