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    by Published on 10-28-2011 05:30 PM
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    1. iPhone,
    2. iOS,
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    Now you too can learn how to use Siri with this informative Siri manual.

    I don't know what's funnier, the fact that this guide was released for Amazon Kindle, or that the time was taken to write a guide on using such a simple voice feature for such a simple device.

    How many of you own an iPhone 4S? Probably a good chunk I presume. Those of you who do, do you know everything that there is to know about Siri? Have you explored every region or have you only explored ...
    78 Comments  6293 Views
    by Published on 10-27-2011 11:00 PM
    Categories:
    1. iPhone,
    2. iOS,
    3. Apple,
    4. iPad
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    Apple is completely wiping Nintendo's popularity off of the face of the earth.

    It was shortly after the release of the Nintendo 3DS that Nintendo had to downsize the price. Why? The iPod touch and the iPhone 4, which used to cost less than the Nintendo 3DS, proved to be a more popular gaming solution than any game that Nintendo game creators could whip up. No one wanted to buy $30+ game cartridges anymore. The future is here, ...
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    by Published on 10-27-2011 05:29 PM
    Categories:
    1. iPhone,
    2. iOS,
    3. Apple,
    4. AppStore,
    5. iPad
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    GameLoft Released their new Modern Combat game today; number 3 in their trilogy.

    GameLoft is well known for their high quality graphics and well-playable games. They aren't cheap games. They are intense, adrenaline pumping, and fun! GameLoft's last release, Modern Combat 2: Black Pegasus was a stunning release following GameLoft's Modern Combat: Sandstorm. Sandstorm is game one in the series and costs $4.99. Black Pegasus (also known as Sandstorm 2) is the second game in the series costing $6.99.
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    6 Comments  3207 Views
    by Published on 10-27-2011 01:34 PM
    Categories:
    1. iPhone,
    2. iOS,
    3. Apple
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    Sprint is the only major carrier left that offers true, unthrottled, unlimited data.

    Sprint really believes in the iPhone. They've locked themselves into a four-year deal with Apple which will cost them $15.5 billion dollars to keep selling the iPhone.


    More here.

    There is no doubt that they took a huge investment leap of faith in offering it. Sprint now has several billion dollars invested in carrying the iPhone; they ...
    17 Comments  7642 Views
    by Published on 10-26-2011 02:56 PM
    Categories:
    1. Apple,
    2. OS X,
    3. Mac,
    4. Software
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    Another Macintosh trojan hits the wild.

    The last Macintosh trojan that we reported on was named Flashback.C, and would execute after you opened a .dmg file posing to be Adobe Flash player. It would install and disable your Apple Anti-Malware system. If you had LittleSnitch installed, the trojan would not execute, instead automatically delete itself.

    Now, another Macintosh trojan is on the loose. This trojan was originally ...
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    by Published on 10-26-2011 01:46 PM
    Categories:
    1. Apple,
    2. Mac
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    Apple's unibody plants were previously shut down due to pollution concerns.

    The Apple unibody is an iconic part of any modern Mac. It's the main chassis of the computer made out of lathe-cut, mill-perfected solid aluminum and is completely perfect. The MacBooks have a single access point on the bottom with some fastening phillips screws that allow for access to the entire computer enclosure. The iMacs have a large ...
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    by Published on 10-25-2011 02:38 PM
    Categories:
    1. Apple,
    2. OS X,
    3. Mac,
    4. Accessories,
    5. Software
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    The Twelve South BassJump Mobile Subwoofer for Mac systems gets a software update today.

    This is a mini subwoofer that will enchance your sound experience on any Mac. The body of the system is built from aluminum just like a MacBook Pro/Air, or iMac, and it has a sleek look as if Apple designed it. It comes with a 30 inch USB cable that plugs into your Mac and does not require any extra AC cables to operate; it gets all the power it needs from your ...
    30 Comments  5404 Views
    by Published on 10-25-2011 01:48 PM
    Categories:
    1. iPhone,
    2. iOS,
    3. Apple
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    Apple may implement LTE into iPhones in 2012.

    It's a rumor that has been circulating for months with the upcoming iPhone 5. News sites of all kinds reported on the iPhone 5 having a 4 inch screen and even 4G support. But, is it really a rumor anymore? Well, yes, but the iPhone 5 didn't even end up coming out this year. The iPhone 4S brought the popular style of the iPhone 4 back into the market with supercharged guts including ...
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    by Published on 10-24-2011 10:12 PM
    Categories:
    1. iPhone,
    2. iOS,
    3. Apple,
    4. Cydia
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    DictGoogle will help you educate yourself quickly while you read about things you don't know about.

    So what does this tweak do? DictGoogle makes it possible for you to Google anything, from anywhere. It's a very simple, easy to use, and powerful tweak. Best of all? It massages itself into iOS so well that you wouldn't even expect it to not have been made by Apple themselves. It integrates so smoothly into the resources already built into iOS, that anyone could appreciate it.

    A light description of the tweak as shown in Cydia can be viewed below:
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    38 Comments  7920 Views
    by Published on 10-24-2011 04:51 PM
    Categories:
    1. iPhone,
    2. Apple
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    Customers of Sprint that bought the iPhone 4S have been reporting insanely slow 3G data speeds since its launch.

    Speeds have been extremely slow on the iPhone for users on Sprint. The company claimed that they were perfectly capable of handling the extra traffic before the iPhone 4S launch. As a bonus they opted to keep their unlimited data plan in contrast to Verizon and AT&T. This attracted a lot of people to Sprint, ...
    30 Comments  7037 Views
    by Published on 10-23-2011 03:51 PM
    Categories:
    1. iPhone,
    2. iOS,
    3. Apple
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    Sprint is killing some of their unlimited data plans.

    Starting in November 2011, Sprint is going to start denting their data users. Ironically enough, though, it's not for smartphones. The caps plan to set limits on people who use Sprint's data network for computers, tablets, mobile hotspots, mobile broadband users, and other things of that nature that use absolutely massive amounts of data. Smartphones, which generally load ...
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    by Published on 10-23-2011 02:59 PM
    Categories:
    1. Apple,
    2. Mac
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    The hard disk drive may become more scarce as Thailand companies suffer from floods.

    Hard disk drives are the main storage units that hold information on almost every personal computer. They are an important part of the computer that allows the machine to write down data using binary machine language. More importantly, information is saved in bytes. Hard disk drives have a reputation for being very high in the number of bytes that they ...