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Nokia is no stranger to taking pot shots at rivals for their Lumia phones or services when they can, now they've taken the opportunity to take a shot at Apple for their faulty maps service on Twitter.
Apple hasn't had a lot of luck with their Maps software. With a less than "fair" launch and then a ton of direction glitches (some life threatening), the latest directs drivers onto an active runway!
Gullible iPhone users who recently updated to iOS 7 fell for a fake ad created by 4chan users that claimed that the update waterproofs the iPhone, people tried it out and got a nasty surprise.
Sometimes the hacker life really is rewarding, some forty people (so far) have banded together to shower that first person who cracks the 5s fingerprint sensor with booze, cash and even a dirty book!
DreamSpark users need not feel left out anymore, as Microsoft has also made Windows 8.1 Professional available to those subscribers ahead of the Oct. 18th release date.
Rooting your shiny new Sony Xperia Z1 will have to wait, at least if you value the functionality of the 20.7 Mpx onboard camera. Sony warns that doing so renders it useless.
Discovered by accident, it's now possible to download apps up to 100MB over-the-air on cellular data. This per app limit has been doubled from iOS 6 on the newly released iOS 7.
If you ever owned a mobile phone in the early eighties, you'll remember that they were big and bulky, but offered days of standby due to the size of the battery. Want one?
Now that the various Windows 8.1 versions have been made officially available to MSDN and TechNet subscribers, we can confirm that the leaks from the end of August are the same as the official ISOs.
Fed up of being duped to phishing or malware sites by your curiosity of friends liking 'free iPad' offers on Facebook? Worry no more, there's a service available that scans the URL before you visit it
In a last ditch effort to clear out remaining stock of it's 7 and 9-inch Nook HD tablets in the UK, Barnes & Noble have slashed prices for the tablets starting at just £79 while stocks last.
The Google Authenticator for iOS has been updated with a snazzy new look and retina display support (currently only for the iPhone 5), but before you hit 'update' be sure to have your account details.
The new Nexus 7 is now available in the UK as well as parts of Europe starting at £199.99 for the 16 GB Wifi version, but the 4G version offered on O2 won't be available for two more weeks.
'Leak all the things!' seems to be the battlecry from Russia. After a lackluster trickle of leaks from China, including a corrupt image and even a 'Frankenbuild', now the proper images have leaked.
The rumours of an English RTM build leaking 'soon' has gotten some people so desperate (or helpful, you decide) that now someone has repacked the Chinese leak into an English 'Frankenbuild'.
The Nexus 4 didn't have an easy start, with low stocks and staggered availability in the first two months, then upgrade issues to Android 4.3. But there's good news, it's now a lot cheaper to buy.
The official wallpapers included with Windows 8.1 RTM have leaked online, and can be downloaded in a zip made available by a Deviantart user. These are genuine and not recreated.
An email that was discovered on the Nuance servers (who are the developers of the Siri personal assistant for iOS) seems to suggest that iOS 7 will finally be made available on the 10th of September.
The default wallpaper for Windows 8.1 RTM that was shown off on a certain Chinese website yesterday, has now made its way online and available to download and you can grab it right here.
A developer on the XDA forums has leaked a custom Jellybean 4.3 ROM for the HTC One ahead of the official update, which will be rolled out in the U.S. soon, skipping 4.2.2 altogether.
Another day, another leak courtesy of the #evleaks Twitter account, this time showing off the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 in blue. Not much is known about this new Tab, only that it also supports LTE.
Although it's common knowledge by now that Windows 8.1 has hit RTM, the other whispers included the possibility of it leaking this weekend on popular torrent websites, will it, won't it?
The new Nexus 7, which was released just a month ago has started to receive its first post launch firmware update to fix touchscreen issues that some users have been experiencing.
6tag, a fully fledged Instagram app for Windows Phone 8 has now become available on the Windows Phone Store as a free download. After 313 votes it already has a five star rating too.
Google acquired the crowd sourcing Waze traffic reporting app back in June for a cool $966 million and has started to roll it out to Google Maps; but there's no sign of the Windows Phone version.
On Friday Chinese manufacturer ZTE announced the availability of the Firefox OS powered "Open" low end phone for sale in the UK and US via eBay with free shipping, and promptly sold out.
High quality press renders of a new HTC Android device called "Zara" have shown up online by prolific leaker @evleaks. The mid range device is expected to be launched on Sprint in the US in Q4 '13.
The 4G ready HTC One Mini has now become available at Vodafone UK for free with a contract starting at £34 per month. Despite its name, the "Mini" still has a very impressive 4.3" 720p screen.
Apple has now extended its 'take back' program to the UK, Canada, Australia and some parts of mainland Europe to swap counterfeit chargers with genuine Apple ones at reduced cost for a limited time.
Windows Phone regularly suffers from the cold shoulder effect, with some companies opting to only support Android and iOS as the most used platforms. Happily, not all companies think like that though.
Lets be honest, Windows Phone 8.1 or 9 concepts are nothing new; we even have one or two of our own! The ones that stand out though, are the ones that propose subtle yet worthwhile changes.
It's the weekend, and that time where we showcase a review from one of our members in the forums. Today we have a Zerolemon 7000mAh battery add on review that was first submitted in April.
Yammer is a messaging service aimed at businesses, It brings together employees, content, conversation, and business data in a single convenient location, keeping you connected in the office.
We've all been there, you can't remember where you left your phone or tablet and spend ages looking for it, now the Android Device Manager can be accessed to ring your device, or erase it if stolen.
Yahoo! will be updating their logo on 4 September, but before that date they will be changing their logo every day for the next 30 days into what may be proposed updates that didn't make the cut.
iOS 7 was introduced in June to lukewarm reception with its colorful UI and flatter icons. Some people feel Apple missed an opportunity to trounce the competition by leaving out features people want.
Not to be outdone by Nokia, who released an ad yesterday criticizing the iPhone 5 camera, Apple is back with a new ad that claims "people connect face to face on the iPhone more than any other phone."
In two days time, the Curiosity Rover will have been on the surface of Mars for one (Earth) year, and to mark the occasion NASA has put together a two minute timelapse video of its travels.
It's the weekend, so that means whenever we can, we'll feature a review done by one of our members. Today, Neowin is proud to present a community review of the Leap Motion device.
Sneaking in before the launch of Haswell-E - which is expected next year, are three Core i7 Ivy Bridge-E processors with either six or four cores and up to 15MB of Smart Cache.
Yes, an update to BlackBerry OS 10 that in all fairness brings a ton of new and improved features, also comes with a massive flaw, one that deletes your SMS history or even disables SMS altogether!
Google Glass testers have begun receiving an email that allows them to invite one friend to try Glass for themselves, there are a few catches though, you must be over 18 and live in the US.
A German website is claiming via a "credible source" that both the 5S and budget variant will launch in early September. An early September launch has already been nixed by The Loop however.
The UK is taking steps to ensure that both ISP's and search engines keep checks on what's displayed online; following a ban on porn, Bing has now introduced measures against online child exploitation.
It's the weekend, so that means whenever we can, we'll feature a review done by one of our members. Today, Neowin is proud to present a community review of the new Nexus N7.
It's the weekend, so that means whenever we can, we'll feature a review done by one of our members. Today, Neowin is proud to present a community review of the Nokia Lumia 925.
It's perhaps unsurprising that in China counterfeiting is rife of most products manufactured there and sold in the West. But when those chargers start to kill, companies sit up and take notice.
NVIDIA has unleashed upon the world the Quadro K6000 graphics card. The card, which is aimed at pros, comes with a massive 12GB of GDDR5 memory, three times that of the K5000.
A security researcher based in London has stepped forward and claimed responsibility for the hack that occurred almost a week ago on the Apple Developers website, which is still down.