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    by Published on 11-29-2011 03:56 PM
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    Research in Motion has been widely known to be struggling to gain an edge over its competitors with its BlackBerry smartphones and tablets. They recently announced Mobile Fusion, which is the company’s security software for the iPhone and Android due out in late March. The company didn’t provide a price for the application but the RIM vice-president for enterprise product management did mention that it will be “competitive” with rival offerings. ...
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    by Published on 11-29-2011 03:18 PM
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    Did you know that the Apple headphones with the inline mic and remote can be used to take pictures?

    If you have ever picked up a pair of Apple headphones with the inline mic and remote and you enjoy photography, you might be happy to hear this. If you've taken an iPhone video or photo before, you might have noticed that it can be a really shaky experience; more so videos than photos.

    The iPhone 4S ...
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    by Published on 11-29-2011 02:21 PM
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    With this new jailbreak tweak, you can enable all of these scrolling options.

    A new jailbreak tweak has landed in Cydia. It's dubbed SuperScroller and it's by Ryan Petrich. It allows you to assign an Activator action to the tweak (up to four actions) to help make scrolling more of a luxury. As shown above, you can have the application auto-scroll up, or auto-scroll down. Additionally, you can have it page up or page down if you like. The auto-scrolling will scroll ...
    19 Comments  6750 Views
    by Published on 11-29-2011 02:07 PM
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    It’s official, Apple removed iTether from the App Store. I’m still amazed during the development cycle of this App no one involved asked “hey, hasn’t every app that remotely does what we’re trying to do get pulled from the App Store?" The company issued the following statement:


    This app lasted about 12 hours longer than I thought it would. How could apple request a video
    and ask several follow-up ...
    29 Comments  8095 Views
    by Published on 11-29-2011 10:09 AM
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    Apparently, an overheating, smoking, and slightly glowing iPhone 4 was enough to frighten the pants off of passengers on an Australian regional airline late last week, we're just now discovering.

    Passengers on board the Regional Express (REX) say the flight crew had to extinguish a glowing red iPhone 4 that was the source of a creepy "dense smoke." Presumably, some on board thought the ...
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    by Published on 11-29-2011 09:32 AM
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    Market research firm Asymco estimates Apple could sell 280 million iDevices in 2012.

    This estimate would more than double Apple’s actual iDevice sales for the entire fiscal 2011 year. Apple sold from October 2010 to September 2011 (not fiscal 2011)72 million iPhones, 32 million iPads, 42.6 million iPods for a grand total of 146.6 million, all of them running iOS except for the non-touch iPods.

    Asymco Analyst Horace Dediu analyzed ...
    25 Comments  6989 Views
    by Published on 11-29-2011 07:27 AM
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    Skyrim is massive. Skyrim takes up too much of my time. Skyrim needs effective and inexpensive public transportation. However, Skyrim is not Portland, and the upcoming “Dragon Shout” iOS interactive map for Skyrim is the next best thing.

    Dragon Shout is much more than a bland PDF map users can swipe through, it includes interactive elements like annotated markers for anything including alchemy components. ...
    171 Comments  8994 Views
    by Published on 11-29-2011 06:11 AM
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    Remote controls - you have lots of them. You wish they worked better. You wish 'universal' really meant universal, (adaptable layouts, universal control of everything). Most of all you wish they didn't always leave out that 'one function' you need.

    Now, home theater control is getting a shot in the arm from iOS.

    You probably already have remote apps like Apple's Remote for iTunes/Apple TV, FiOS, or maybe your Blu-ray player. Most of these work over wifi with one dedicated device each. Not everything in your home theater is on your network and switching around between lots of apps is so 2009. To truly 'control everything,' you need an app that integrates TV, surround receiver, and all your components, with an IR blaster that ...
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    by Published on 11-29-2011 12:15 AM
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    Of course there will be an iPhone refresh soon, but this line of code just confirms it.

    iOS 5.1 Beta 1, along with Xcode 4.3 was seeded to Apple developers yesterday and it held some secrets within including a possible Sprint iPad to be set for release. Another device which has been spotted is the next iPhone, which Apple is apparently starting to work on because iOS 5.1 supports ...
    18 Comments  9227 Views
    by Published on 11-28-2011 10:51 PM
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    Did you know that you can use a combination of Siri0us, Spotlight, and Google similarly to Siri?

    *DISCLAIMER* This isn't a guide on installing Siri on your iPhone 4. More details below.

    There was a jailbreak application in Cydia not too long ago for free, dubbed Siri0us. The awesome developer behind this cool little application is Eric Day. Siri0us uses the official iPhone 4S Siri GUI, but it uses Nuance to recognize your voice and put it ...
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    by Published on 11-28-2011 10:22 PM
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    Apple’s App approval process baffles once again and once again it is baffled by a tethering application iTether.

    Other applications with “secret” tethering options have made their way to the App Store, but something as blatant as the $14.99 iTether seems down right ridiculous. How horrible do you have to be at your job to miss something as insultingly obvious as iTether?
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    10 Comments  2014 Views
    by Published on 11-28-2011 10:02 PM
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    Apple’s has a nasty habit of sneaking code names of unreleased devices into new iOS firmware updates. Today’s iOS 5.1 beta is no different hiding the codename for the next generation Apple TV inside.

    In the depths of iOS 5 references to a product code-named J33 are present. The J33 codename is the second of its kind. The next generation iPad was first with its J2 code name. The move ...