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    by Published on 01-25-2010 08:14 PM

    LockInfo, developed by David Ashman, who also brought us WeatherIcon, has updated LockInfo to 2.0 bringing a plethora of new features making it the most complete, and comprehensive LockScreen app available for the iPhone.

    LockInfo is now completely interactive, infact, so interactive that I find myself unlocking my iPhone less and less, completing most tasks right from the lockscreen. I can preview emails, delete ...
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    by Published on 01-25-2010 07:26 PM

    An Android phone features a unique lockscreen, where you have to connect various dots to unlock your phone rather than enter in a passcode or slide to unlock. There are 9 dots in total, and gives a little extra security just incase your friend happens to look over while you punch in your numbered code.

    Just released to Rock and Cydia, comes AndroidLock, available now for free. ...
    22 Comments  504 Views
    by Published on 01-25-2010 04:53 PM

    The LA Times put it best today: Not since biblical times has the arrival of a tablet been greeted with such anticipation.

    As the tech world holds its collective breath in anticipation of Wednesday's supposed tablet release, major industries are preparing to piggy back on Apple by lining up applications that could be even more self-supporting than they are consumer-minded.

    The New York Times, for example, is believed to be rolling ...
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    by Published on 01-25-2010 11:27 AM

    AppleInsider reports on a post from Apple's support forums that indicates that the company is getting ready to make a second stab at correcting ongoing display issues with its recently introduced 27-inch iMac. The firmware update released last month resolved the issue for some users, but reportedly problems persist.

    An iMac owner named Dennis Murphy was told that Apple support technicians had been issued a bulletin on Saturday ...
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    by Published on 01-25-2010 10:51 AM

    According to a report on HotHardware.com, AT&T will lose its US iPhone exclusivity on Wednesday, the same day that Apple is supposedly going to announce their long-rumored tablet/slate thing. Though this report - which it attributed to a source inside AT&T - does not mention what other carrier or carriers will support the iPhone, recent rumors have increasingly named Verizon Wireless, the ...
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    by Published on 01-25-2010 09:52 AM

    Only forty-eight hours away from knowing all we could ever want to know about the new Apple tablet, and yet the speculations continue to swirl about the forthcoming tablet. We've all heard by now that the tablet will effectively serve as a gigantic iPhone. Further evidence to support this theory is presented today by the folks at Flurry, an analytics firm that is shedding light on the worst kept secret in the tech world. ...
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    by Published on 01-24-2010 02:48 PM

    The biggest potential story out of Apple's event in San Francisco this Wednesday could be the iPhone's arrival on the Verizon network. Although it may not bump the tablet's release off the front page, the iPhone seems all but destined for carrier expansion. And Verizon may not have to look past Vodafone's success with the iPhone to witness the potential that could lie in store for a Verizon iPhone.

    Vodafone, ...
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    by Published on 01-24-2010 02:21 PM

    If anything is more frustrating than our wait for the iPad's release, it must be Apple's struggle to secure a trademark that is believed to carry the name of the long awaited tablet, which is expected to be formally unveiled this week. According to PC World this morning:

    Consequently, it appears that Apple will not have a lock on the iPad trademark ahead of their January 27th event in San Francisco. ...
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    by Published on 01-24-2010 01:16 PM

    One of my favorite things about themes for the iPhone and iPod touch, are the ones that make icon sizes much smaller. There is more screen real-estate, and things just look much nicer in a "nano" form. Unfortunately, if the icon had not been created for that theme, then it remains large and looks funny among the rest.

    Today there is brand new app called Shrink. Using shrink you can set ...
    18 Comments  449 Views
    by Published on 01-24-2010 09:45 AM

    According to 9 to 5 Mac, there has been a sharp increase recently of computers with an OS version of 10.7 appearing in their site visitor logs. This has been confirmed by MacRumors, and speculation is growing that the next version of Apple's operating system may appear in time for developer release at the Apple Worldwide Developer Conference in June.

    9 to 5 Mac makes note of the fact more and more of the ...
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    by Published on 01-24-2010 09:16 AM

    A terse report in a website covering local news in Cupertino, California (the home of Apple, Inc.) has people scratching their heads today. Zirana, a site that claims to be "a digital media platform covering local communities across the globe, reports that sometime between January 1 and December 18 of last year, thieves took off with a "prototype laptop" valued at $100,000 from "Infinite Loop," the address of Apple's ...
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    by Published on 01-23-2010 04:16 PM

    It's two iPhone chargers in one! Yes, the DuaLink cable for the iPod and iPhone serves up its own fun-sized USB hub that, as you would expect from a title like the one above, comes with a sole USB connector on one end and two iPod/iPhone connectors on the other.

    From MacWorld:

    As one can clearly see from the image of the DuaLink in action, CableJive was thoughtful enough to "bulk up" the cables used
    for DuaLink, which seem ...