Apple is Working on Cheaper iPhone

Apple is working on a cheaper version of its popular iPhone that could be released this year, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal on Tuesday.

The device could resemble the existing iPhone, but might use less expensive materials, such as a shell made of polycarbonate plastic, according to the report, which cited anonymous sources. Continue reading

How to Burn iTunes Videos to DVD

Maybe you want to burn iTunes videos/movies to DVD so that you can watch them on a huge screen TV or just for backup. However, due to Apple’s DRM protection, purchased iTunes M4V movies can’t be burned to DVD directly unless you remove the DRM protection first.

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How to Play and Watch DVD Movies on iPad or iPad Mini

Apple Inc. has released the latest iPad 4 and iPad Mini. The high-resolution screen makes iPad perfect for watching any kind of movies. However, it doesn’t have a built-in DVD-ROM or DVD player for the playback of DVD movies. So if you want to watch DVD on iPad or iPad Mini, you may need an iPad DVD Converter program to help you convert your videos or movies onto the supported media formats at first.

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Samsung Galaxy S IV tipped for May release

While we all know Samsung is preparing their next generation smartphone, today the folks from Samsung Lebanon posted to their Facebook Page and revealed some information — of sorts. During some discussion the release date of the upcoming device was brought up, and was clearly detailed as May of 2013. For those expecting a CES reveal, sorry to let you down. More details are available after the cut.

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Ubuntu phone OS announced, first devices shipping in early 2014

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As already teased and promised, today Canonical is taking the wraps off the mobile version of Ubuntu, which is built around the existing Android kernel and drivers, but doesn’t use a Java Virtual Machine and promises to use “the full power of the phone.” Supporting both ARM and x86 processors, the Ubuntu phone OS will be compatible enough to let Android phone makers run it on their devices with minimal adaptation. Continue reading