Or maybe not. Still, back-to-back blog items on tech-product rip-offs does make you wonder a little.
Unauthorized accessory makers have figured out how to make connectors that work with Apple's new standard by cracking Lightning authentication chips, MacRumors reports. (Can lawsuits be far behind?)
Counterfeit retail outlets exposed by a blogger are reportedly being investigated by government officials in the city of Kunming, according to several reports.
A new study says knockoff tablets have become a big target online, with brand protection company MarkMonitor finding some 23,000 listings for fake or gray-market tablets in a single day.
A French court slapped eBay with a multimillion dollar fine for failing to stop designer knockoffs from being sold online. Harry Smith speaks with CNET editor Molly Wood about how to spot knockoffs.
For a few years, interesting cameras debuted at CES. Those days might be over.
A fan of the late, lamented game wants the White House to order its return. But only a few signatures have popped up on the petition so far.
As the rumored release date for Apple's rumored cheaper iPhone draws near, another purported photo of the device makes the rounds of the Net.
In a wide-ranging interview with Rolling Stone, the creator of the breakout mobile hit details why he pulled the title and what's next for his genius brand of addictive game design.
The company will offer a car charger and dock for $30 apiece in mid-November, making it the first Apple-certified Lightning accessory maker.