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    by Published on 11-26-2009 10:33 AM

    After 421 entries and 1 day the winners have been decided. this is the list of the 100 winners chosen in completely random order.
    • Cloudd
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    • prism2unit
    • chiron
    • rockjohn
    • dtruong23
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    by Published on 11-26-2009 07:22 AM

    iPhone users (like myself) may frequently complain about how much they have to pay for the digital content they want, but it seems they’re still willing to pay up for it – much more so than owners of other smartphones, especially when it comes to television, film, and general entertainment content.

    According to the annual Olswang Convergence Survey conducted by market research firm YouGov, the 1,013 adults and 536 13-17 year-olds surveyed in the UK exhibited a striking propensity ...
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    by Published on 11-26-2009 06:51 AM

    Perhaps JR Raphael at PC World put it best: "iPhone App Rejected? There's a site for that"

    In what amounts to yet another visible expression of the frustration many possess in response to the substantial number of iPhone and iPod applications rejected by Apple for reasons that continue to escape anyone's understanding - including, at times, even some who work at Apple - a new website has been launched to serve as a repository for the ...
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    by Published on 11-25-2009 09:12 PM

    I thought this was a worthy note, considering this app is usually $9.99. Since this isn’t the 1Password Pro they intended it to be, there will be an update to include organization tools like folders and favorites, syncing over-the-air with MobileMe and WebDAV, etc. At that time, the price will be raised to $14.99. About a week ago Agile Web Solutions decided to celebrate their release of 1Password 3 for Mac by offering the PRO iPhone ...
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    by Published on 11-25-2009 03:50 PM

    Earlier we discussed that UK retailer Tesco will offer the device for use on the O2 network exclusively, and it will be selling both the iPhone 3G and the iPhone 3GS. Read more..

    Now we have another carrier to add to the list, this time for Canada. Last Month both Telus and Bell joined in on the iPhone frenzy and started offering the iPhone to their customers. These carriers had to build new GSM networks ...
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    by Published on 11-25-2009 03:15 PM

    Shazam has teamed up with (RED), an organization that helps fight HIV and AIDS in Africa, joining big name brands like Apple, American Express, Dell, Gap, Hallmark & Starbucks. By sponsoring the product as (RED), it allows companies to share their profits by giving back. The company then brands the product with the (RED) logo, name, and color.

    Apple has been with the program for quite some time now, as ...
    33 Comments  784 Views
    by Published on 11-25-2009 02:41 PM

    With winter right around the corner, things are going to start go get a little chilly. That might be an understatement for myself, as I live up in Canada, and when winter comes around, it essentially means no using the iPhone outdoors because of clunky gloves. That is unless you're a trooper and want to risk some frostbite.

    However, we have noticed a much cooler season for various parts of North America, so this could come in handy ...
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    by Published on 11-25-2009 01:10 PM

    One the biggest features that might sway a heavy texter away from purchasing the iPhone might be it's lack of keyboard. With no real feedback except for some sounds and visual cues, the iPhone keyboard can serve to be quite the pain in the *** if you do alot of typing on your Phone.

    Still to this day I have Blackberry users squeel about how their BB is better because it has a keyboard or how the BlackBerry Storm's feedback is way better than the iPhone. While all of this may be true, as always, we iPhone users have lots of options.

    Although this is probably something I would never use due to the fact that I do NOT want to carry around a bunch of screens. One thing in my pocket is enough.

    4iThumbs has created a tactile overlay for your iPhone keyboard providing real time feedback and as the website says, you can even type without looking. (I doubt that)

    Esesntially the i4Thumbs overlay has small little bumps where the keyboard would be. Although the pictures and video show an overlay designed for portrait mode, there is also a landscape version of the overlay as well. Of course this could serve to be a pain in the *** if you want to switch back and forth, but nonetheless, the option for a tactile keyboard on the iPhone does exist.

    You'll be happy to know that the 4iThumbs overlay is easily removed at any time to enjoy your games without some weird button layout. Their website boasts that ...
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    by Published on 11-25-2009 07:07 AM

    Following the publisher's revelation that WIRED magazine will soon have a digital version of its publication for something that looks a lot like the rumored Apple tablet, a new report indicates that there are plans afoot by the biggest names in publishing to create a sort of App Store for digital content. Quoting unnamed source, the New York Observer reports on a new consortium being put together by Time Inc, Condé ...
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    by Published on 11-25-2009 06:42 AM

    In the latest move in its ongoing - and so far extremely successful - legal efforts against Mac clone maker Psystar, Apple has asked a Federal judge to issue a permanent injunction against the company, forbidding it from ever selling any computer bundled with Mac OS X. Apple's Vice President Phil Schiller indicated in an affidavit that he wants an end to the long legal battle, saying "Apple should not be required ...
    8 Comments  210 Views
    by Published on 11-25-2009 06:08 AM

    The iPhone is about to make its big debut at supermarkets across the United Kingdom.

    The "UK equivalent of Wal-Mart" as it's known, popular British retailer Tesco has announced plans to begin offering the iPhone in some of its largest stores. The deal to sell iPhones through Tesco was born of a partnership between the supermarket chain and the original UK iPhone carrier, O2. Although Tesco hasn't confirmed when its shelves will be stocked with the iPhone, most expect ...
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    by Published on 11-25-2009 05:10 AM

    Catering to a new category of digital content demand, Apple has introduced "Live Music" as an addition to iTunes that accommodates a wealth of live concert recordings through their teamwork with Live Nation.

    Although Apple has a lengthy track record of distributing live concerts, the new Live Music section essentially serves a channel for both new and old recordings where classic concert albums and concert films will join new recordings from Live Nation ...