Despite being kicked out as the iPhone's default mapping system, Google's presence will remain in iOS 6.
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A certifiably insane Samsung Galaxy S3 user tests the durability of the device's Gorilla Glass with a "Fruit Ninja" blade.
TechCrunch confirms that Apple will change the existing iPhone port standard, destroying compatibility with current accessories.
There's little chance of anyone else stopping Apple and Google's dominance of the smartphone market.
It was bad enough to willfully ignore technological progress, but it's far worse to reward those who donned the blinders.
After saying the iPhone can't match Android's versatility, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak expresses his distaste of Siri.
No one, much less these Russian hackers, enjoyed seeing Apple heighten iPhone fragmentation when unveiling iOS 6.
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