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iPhone 6 launch may not bring reversible USB cable

There will be no reversible Lighting connector or redesigned USB power adapter for the iPhone 6, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.

iPhone 6 leaked photos allegedly show NFC chip on NXP logic board

Ahead of its release date, rumored components for Apple’s next iPhone have popped up online bringing to light more features in line with previous speculation.

Madalina Ghenea denies rumors she’s dating Paul Haggis

Gerard Butler‘s ex girlfriend has set the record straight on some rumors about her personal life.

Shakira pregnancy rumors prove to be true!

It’s no longer a rumor! Shakira and her boyfriend Gerard Piqué are expecting their second child together!

Omnipaste allows your Windows and Android devices to share a clipboard like they should

If you take a look at the landscape of start-ups in search of great ideas you have to dig deep. Most of the times you’ll find just another photo sharing app for 40 years old Caucasian east-coast women who drink Martini at lunch or the “truly ultimate” analytic dashboard for tweets after midnight. If you don’t trust me, read TechCrunch on any given day, for crying out loud. Or watch Silicon Valley if you haven’t done that already.

iPhone 6 launch may not bring reversible USB cable
iPhone 6 leaked photos allegedly show NFC chip on NXP logic board
Madalina Ghenea denies rumors she’s dating Paul Haggis
Shakira pregnancy rumors prove to be true!
Omnipaste allows your Windows and Android devices to share a clipboard like they should

Card Type Emergency Charger – a handy external battery

by Nicole
May 20, 2012 at 10:40 am

It seems like we’ll soon forget about the painstaking of having to worry about your battery draining and not being in the proximity of a charging device.

USBFever has recently introduced an external battery that is almost as thin as a credit card.

Card Type Emergency Charger is only 7mm thick, it has 400 mAh and can be used to synchronize the iDevice with a computer.

The battery can charge an iPhone at approximately 25% of its capacity, but that’s enough to solve urgent problems.

Card Type Emergency Charger from USBFever can be purchased here for $ 12 and it works with almost any iDevice.

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