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    by Published on 11-16-2011 11:46 PM
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    Earlier today, AOL launched a preview of its new chat client, which will be offered as a free native application on the Mac OS X, on Windows, and as a web app. Mac OS X users have been able to add and exchange instant messages with AIM users via iChat for quite some time, which supports AIM and comes built in with the Mac OS X. There are quite a bit of changes in the new AIM app.

    The most noticeable difference ...
    20 Comments  9176 Views
    by Published on 11-16-2011 11:28 PM
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    2. iOS,
    3. Apple,
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    The popular game, Minecraft, can now be played officially on an iOS device.

    Minecraft is a popular game for teens and adults alike. I admit; even I took a liking for it at one point. I know that my cousin and numerous friends of mine liked it as well. In fact, I barely know anyone that doesn't know what Minecraft is. It's a game that allows you to build things all by yourself on a little block of land. You can dig, swim, and build. It's pretty ...
    7 Comments  4189 Views
    by Published on 11-16-2011 04:27 PM
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    BlackBerry loses its enterprise title to the iPhone.

    BlackBerry is a common smartphone type for business personnel. The iPhone on the other hand was always behind BlackBerry in the enterprise world. Until now. The iPhone is now taking leads on BlackBerry for enterprise users. It's not hard to understand why either. With iOS increasing support for many services thanks to our trusty App Store developers, the iPhone is outshining ...
    7 Comments  4935 Views
    by Published on 11-16-2011 03:22 PM
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    2. iOS,
    3. Cydia,
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    Brightness Switcher adds a seamless switch to your App Switcher to adjust screen brightness.

    Want to have an easier way to adjust your brightness? Apple already includes the ability to adjust your volume in the App Switcher and on the lock screen when you double press the home button, but doesn't include any way to adjust brightness outside of using the Settings app. This can be annoying if you hate having you dig through settings to adjust something that sometimes needs to be instant. This tweak, dubbed Brightness Switcher by the renowned jailbreak tweak developer Yllier, is nice and simple and serves a very important ...
    19 Comments  4740 Views
    by Published on 11-16-2011 01:46 PM
    Categories:
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    2. iOS,
    3. Apple,
    4. Mac,
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    As soon as it was here, it was gone.

    Google’s Native Gmail App launched November 2nd and faced a litany of complaints due to a bug preventing push notifications from working properly. Google promptly pulled the App one short hour after its release. Well, the problem is all fixed, and Google released version 1.0.2 of the Gmail app today for download in the App Store.

    In addition to fixing the problems that prompted ...
    35 Comments  14699 Views
    by Published on 11-16-2011 01:21 PM
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    2. iOS,
    3. Apple,
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    Expect a round of updates in the next few weeks.

    Apple has a couple of updates to bring to us in the near future. First of all, iOS 5.0.1 was released recently which was supposed to fix battery issues for some users. In almost all cases like this – it didn't work for everyone. But it did work for some; that's what counts, right?

    For those of you still having battery problems, you can expect an update from Apple in the very ...
    6 Comments  2544 Views
    by Published on 11-16-2011 10:33 AM
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    2. iOS,
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    Qualcomm issued a press release yesterday announcing the commercial availability of 4G LTE Gobi 4000 chip which could provide LTE support for the next iPad.

    Currently Apple uses Qualcomm’s Gobi chips in every iOS device since the release of the 3G Verizon iPhone 4 except for the AT&T iPad. It uses an older Infineon chip. The new Gobi 4000 chips will be compatible with all 4G LTE and HSPA+ devices including the ...
    4 Comments  4117 Views
    by Published on 11-15-2011 09:47 PM
    Categories:
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    2. iPad,
    3. iOS,
    4. Apple,
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    Square updated their mobile payment application to version 2.2 today, and with it added two huge features giving the Square the ability to replace every small business cash register.

    The first feature allows merchants to create opt-in customer loyalty programs. These programs allow merchants to track repeat visitors and offer them incentives. Incentives can be awarded base on the total ...
    18 Comments  6788 Views
    by Published on 11-15-2011 08:41 PM
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    2. Apple
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    Add another chapter to the book of ways Steve Jobs was a visionary in his efforts to expand Apple's role in the mobile realm. According to published reports Tuesday, late Apple CEO Steve Jobs originally wanted Apple to tap unused license-free spectrum band to buck the need for already established mobile carriers to provide coverage for the first-gen iPhone.

    In other words, Steve Jobs wanted Apple ...
    32 Comments  20547 Views
    by Published on 11-15-2011 07:51 PM
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    2. iOS,
    3. Apple,
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    We were teased throughout the iOS 5 hype, that it would boast the ability to allow FaceTime over 3G, only to be disappointed that it was not included in the final release. As it turns out, Apple didn't remove this feature entirely, but rather simply disabled it. One can only imagine this makes things easier for Apple rather than removing the entire framework.

    We've had a similar ability to perform calls over 3G by using apps like My3G, however this little tweak requires some modification of text rather than an entire app. Thanks to the folks ...
    4 Comments  4559 Views
    by Published on 11-15-2011 04:48 PM
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    2. Apple,
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    If you happen to deal with business cards a lot, you have probably heard of an iPhone app called CardMunch. LinkedIn previously acquired CardMunch and appears to be re-launching a new version of the app (which is now free). As a result, their old app will no longer be supported (which is probably a good thing, as it had a hefty price tag of $2.99 and cost an extra 25 cents per scanned business card previously).

    The newly ...
    7 Comments  7267 Views
    by Published on 11-15-2011 04:19 PM
    Categories:
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    2. iOS,
    3. Cydia,
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    Here's an application that will not only keep unwanted users out, but frustrate them as well!

    Usually when you use an application that keeps users from toying with your iDevice, all it does is follow the same runaround in that it makes the user enter a password to open an application or a folder. This is the same story with most Cydia locking apps. But today, we have something totally different. In fact, you may even find uses for it that are irrelevant to securing your iDevice (pranks).

    This tweak is called KickLock and it's made by a developer named Dan who goes ...