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    by Published on 10-29-2009 08:05 AM


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    ReelDirector is a surprisingly full-featured video-editing app that extends the video capabilities of the iPhone, allowing you to create a professional looking movie without uploading clips to your computer.

    Like the iPhone native video editor, you can trim video clips. ReelDirector starts ...
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    by Published on 10-28-2009 08:04 PM

    Google announced earlier today that they would release a beta of Google Maps Navigation, a free service bundled with Google Maps for Android 2.0 when the new Motorola Droid phone is launched by Verizon next week. Google said that they would be willing to bring it to the iPhone, but implied Apple was standing in the way.

    Google Maps Navigation will be a feature of Google Maps on the Droid, providing such functions as ...
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    by Published on 10-28-2009 06:32 PM

    Luxa2 is a company that specializes in creating a variety of awesomely designed products with great precision. H1-Touch is one of their finest pieces!

    H1-Touch is an iPhone and iPod Touch holder, which can be utilized with other devices of similar dimensions as well. Coming to the packaging first, it is very minimal and completely ...
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    by Published on 10-28-2009 03:58 PM

    The people behind iPhonedummy.net have taken the concept of modifying one's iPhone to the extreme.

    Today, the world got a glimpse of what looks to be your standard, run-of-the-mill iPhone. But don't be fooled. The phony iPhone is actually one of the latest non-functional iPhone dummies that sells for $20 each.

    According to an article posted on iPhonestalk today:

    When I told a Microsoft-loving iPhone-hating ...
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    by Published on 10-28-2009 03:00 PM

    Apple Insider has learned today that the soon-to-be released TomTom Car Kit navigation dock will "not enable GPS functionality for the corresponding App Store software on the iPod touch and first-generation iPhone."

    Although there has been some confusion about this revelation on various message boards around the web today, here's the real scoop. As we already know, the Kit dock is, indeed, compatible with all iPhone models. However, ...
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    by Published on 10-28-2009 08:31 AM

    In what has become a pre-Christmas tradition, word has come down from Apple upper management that "the holiday lineup is set" for this year. Observers interpret the message as a way of motivating shoppers who may have been waiting for new products.

    Gizmodo reports on a comment made by Phil Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing in the one-on-one media briefing. ...
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    by Published on 10-28-2009 08:02 AM

    The consumer electronics shopping site Retrevo.com, in its recent Gadgetology Report, discovered that 68% of people who primarily use a Mac would be willing to pay $600 or more for an Apple-made tablet, while only 36% of users who spend most of their time on a Windows PC would pay that much.

    "Mac loyalists will buy almost anything from Apple," said Manish Rathi, co-founder of Retrevo, which had an independent ...
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    by Published on 10-27-2009 11:31 PM

    Apple's incredible success in selling more iPhones could be due to one new statistic.

    According to pollster ChangeWave

    According to Paul Carlton, research director at ChangeWave:

    AT&T reported a record third quarter of its own with 3.2 million iPhone activations. The company added 1.3 million ...
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    by Published on 10-27-2009 01:37 PM

    BSD Telecom, Inc - the company behind the BluffMyCall service and iPhone app - has released the Application Programming Interface to their system to developers in order to spur development for other platforms. With mobile versions currently available only for BlackBerry and jailbroken iPhones, BluffMyCall offers a lot of tools to modify how your calls are received.

    The company offers a free peek (after ...
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    by Published on 10-27-2009 01:09 PM

    Ripdev has been a presence in the iPhone community for a good while now. They took over Installer from Null River, and worked WITH Null River for a while before doing so.

    They're behind Icy, Kate, and a few more notable iPhone softwares.

    And now, they're shutting down.

    Citing only "circumstances" as their reasoning, Ripdev states they'll be closing their doors, ceasing all support, ...
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    by Published on 10-27-2009 08:35 AM

    This week China Unicom starts selling the Apple iPhone legitimately in China. The new phones - reportedly priced at an astronomical 5,000 (about USD $700) each - will join an estimated 2 million black market iPhones in the People's Republic. According to reports, a China Unicom subsidiary has agreed to give service to all the black-market iPhone users, too.

    China Unicom is the smaller ...
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    by Published on 10-27-2009 05:34 AM

    Helping prepare the world for combat with a potential global Swine Flu pandemic, Harvard Medical School is modifying our iPhone into a full blown anti-Swine Flu device with a little help from their new application - The Swine Flu app.

    Now available for download at a cost of $1.99, the new iPhone app is designed to provide alerts about Swine Flu outbreaks within your geographic proximity.

    From the Washington Post:

    The app also provides a "hot line" guide to help you locate and obtain medical treatment in your community. If you're feeling under the weather, you can even check your symptoms to see if any match those commonly attributed to the H1N1 virus.

    I tested out the app yesterday and am happy to report I appear to free of the illness. However, the app still managed to scare the life out of me ...