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Apple Continues To Bring Flyover & 3D Buildings To More Cities In Maps

Apple-Maps-Flyover

When Apple launched its new Maps app with iOS 6 last September, one of its headline features, Flyover, only supported a handful of big cities. But the Cupertino company has been hard at work in the background to extend its reach, adding support for additional locations all over the world.

In the past few months, Apple has brought Flyover to an additional 16 cities, plus extended its coverage in 14 of the cities already supported.

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We Want This Cardboard IKEA Camera

We Want This Cardboard IKEA Camera

The instructions on this camera look easier to follow than the usual IKEA manuals

Is IKEA getting into the camera market? After all, it already announced that it’s going to sell TVs. Or is this cardboard camera just another piece of set dressing, like the fake books, fake computers and fake meatballs found in the Swedish giant’s labyrinthine stores?

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Italy Rejects Samsung Call For Early Ban on iPhone 4S Sales

Italy Rejects Samsung Call For Early Ban on iPhone 4S Sales

South Korean smartphone maker Samsung learned a lesson about the pace of Italian justice Friday. A Mulan court rejected the company’s call for a preliminary injunction against sales of the iPhone 4S. This is Samsung’s second denial in Italy, a court refused to block the iPhone 4S in that nation back in October.

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iPhone 4S Will Not Launch in France or Italy if Samsung Has its Way

iPhone 4S Will Not Launch in France or Italy if Samsung Has its Way

The iPhone 4S has been official for less than a day, and Samsung is already plotting to block the device’s launch in some parts of Europe. The Korean electronics giant has announced that it is filing a preliminary request to have an injunction slapped on Apple’s fifth-generation iPhone in both France and Italy.

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Milan Apple Store, as Fashion Backdrop

Milan Apple Store, as Fashion Backdrop

The Sartorialist, aka Scott Schuman, occasionally shoots his on-the-street fashion stories using Mac stores as a backdrop.

Just in time for Milan shows, he snaps a fleeting fashionista in front of the blink-and-you missed it Apple reseller on Via Mercato.

The best thing about the otherwise unremarkable store in the city’s chic Brera neighborhood are the staff’s black T-shirts candidating Steve Jobs for mayor. Now that’s a statement.