Apple’s Campus 2 images leaked

Apple Campus 2

Apple has been building a campus building were the old HP and other campuses were. The cost of just purchasing the land has costed Apple over $300 million. This campus, Apple has decided to build will be at least at the level of Google’s own Googleplex. With this in mind 9to5Mac has acquired images on how the new campus will look like when completed. For more pictures hit the source link below.

Source: 9to5Mac

Ebay purchases Svpply, possibly reinventing online shopping

Svpply

Ebay has purchased Svpply, in a manner to make Ebay more hip and modern. Svpply is the equivalent of Pinterest, except with shopping as its main goal. With over 70,000 brands at Svpply, it wasn’t bought for inventory, but for reshaping Ebay’s 17-year old landscape to a more modern era. This will probably make Ebay shopping closer to window shopping in the future. But who knows maybe Svpply will change something else with Ebay.

Source: Wired

iPhone 5 rumored to be sold at iPhone 4S price points

iPhone 5

The latest rumors on the iPhone 5, have surfaced again, only this time its about the cost. 9to5Mac claims that it got it hands on some code matrix’s regarding the iPhone 5‘s price. From what it looks like, a (16GB) iPhone 5 will cost you around $200 and from there, you’ll be able to step up to $300 (32GB) and $400 (64GB). Of course, these prices are with a contract, so don’t think Apple is handing them out for free.

Source: 9to5Mac

AntiSec leaks 1 million Apple Device IDs obtained from a FBI laptop, and keeps a 11 million for later use

Antisec

Security has always been a problem for the American government, from Chinese hackers to WikiLeaks. This time around, AntiSec a hacking group has obtained over 12 million Apple Unique Device Identifiers (UDIDs). The hack was obtained through a Java exploit on a FBI Agent’s Dell Vostro notebook. At the end of the day, it shows how much governments secretly monitoring people, nevertheless this is probably illegal for both the hackers and the FBI.

Source: Pastebin

Apple’s ongoing patent lawsuit adds Samsung’s Galaxy S III, Galaxy Note and Galaxy Note 10.1, without thinking twice

Samsung Galaxy S3

Apple’s new hobby looks like suing Samsung, as they isn’t their first time trying to grab some money out of  Samsung’s pocket. As they have just recently finished suing Samsung in South Korea, and California, they have decided to have another round at it. However,  this time their adding Samsung’s Galaxy S III, Galaxy Note and Galaxy Note 10.1, to what they claim their “violated” patent list. Although sometimes they come out successful, it’s not like Apple never copied anyone else (*cough, cough*… Microsoft).

Source: Apple Insider, Apple’s legal complaint (PDF)

 

Walmart: ‘Scan & Go’ iPhone self-checkout is being tested, making sure those line-ups get shorter

Walmart

Walmart customers have always complained about the huge line-ups and limited number of cashiers. In consequence of that, Walmart has decided to try letting you do their dirty work, by letting you checkout their goods. They have started a pilot program called ‘Scan & Go’, running in supercenter Rogers, AR. If you ever end up visiting there, Walmart will give you up to $100 for trying the new iPhone app. Finally, whether you save them millions of dollars in letting cashiers become extinct, or continue waiting in those long line-ups, you’ll always know that they prefer iPhone over Android users shopping at their stores. *Side note: This is our hundredth post :p

Source: Reuters

Amazon: 180,000 Kindle exclusive books hit 100 million downloads

Amazon Kindle

Becoming a writer was once consider a hard job, that only the best could succeed in it. But, this has all changed as physical publishing is become a thing of the past, and digital printing is becoming more and more viral. If you ever decide to write your own book, you have the option to publish it on multiple platforms which include: Amazon Kindle, Apple iBooks, and Google Books. However, with this in mind, you wight want to put Amazon Kindle first as they have just announced that their digital platform has published over 180,000 Kindle exclusive books in their KDP program, that have been downloaded over 100 million times.  At the end of the day, whether you choose to go with Amazon, with the KDP program or not, you’ll always have the option of self-publishing any books, plus financial investment free.

Source: BusinessWire