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    by Published on 06-16-2014 08:02 AM
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    We've got to hand it to the guys over at Rovio – they continue to work hard to keep the new releases coming, while still working hard to offer regular updates to their existing releases.

    Rovio announced on Monday via their blog that the company would be working with Hasbro to bring an entirely new Angry Birds game to the mobile gaming market; this time, it would be themed on the popular Transformers ...
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    by Published on 06-15-2014 05:52 PM
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    This recap will go over the best tweaks that we've shown you this week. It's certainly not all of them, but we think these are some of the most notable. These are in no specific order.

    1. AttachmentManager – 99˘

    AttachmentManager is an awesome new jailbreak tweak that will come in handy for anyone that sends or receives a lot of media in SMS messages and/or iMessages. These files add up on your device and they can take up a significant amount of storage space. If you don't wan to delete your message history, but you do want to free up some of your storage space from all of the media you send and receive, then AttachmentManager is the way to go. You can read ...
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    by Published on 06-15-2014 05:19 PM
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    Every once in a while while you're browsing the Web in Mobile Safari, you might find a URL somewhere on a Web page that doesn't let you tap on it to open it. Instead, you have to go and tap and hold on the URL, tap on the copy button, and then go to the URL bar, and tap on the paste button and tap the return key to go to that Web page.

    That seems like a lot of work just to open a Web page when a Web developer or publisher is too lazy to put in a hyperlink that you can click on, and if you're looking to make things easier for yourself, then you'll want to check out a new free jailbreak tweak called ...
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    by Published on 06-15-2014 03:54 PM
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    If you feel like it's time to spice up your iOS 7 device with a new theme, then we've got a few neat new themes to show you. On June 8th, we started off with four cool WinterBoard themes to get you started, but we've been listening to suggestions and we promise to give the spotlight to some more cool themes in the future!

    For now, here are five more awesome WinterBoard themes that are worth checking out for your iOS 7 device. These aren't in any specific order, but they're all worthy of recognition. Check them out!

    1. iSevenous – $2.99


    First up, we'll be showing you iSevenous. This elegant theme makes your icons look softer, while keeping a slightly flat appearance to them. Apart from changing your Home Screen icons to make them look different from any other iOS 7 device out of the box, you'll notice that iSevenous comes with a number of add-ons in Cydia to further theme your device. Those add-ons are free if you purchase the iSevenous theme from Cydia. The additional add-ons include options for theming the Status Bar, the iOS user interface all around, iWidgets, and even for those of you that enjoy the popular JellyLock7 tweak, an add-on for JellyLock7 ...
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    by Published on 06-15-2014 02:40 PM
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    When on your Home Screen, you tap on folders to open them and reveal the applications that you have sitting in them. An old jailbreak tweak called FolderSwipe would give you additional ways to open folders on your Lock Screen, but since it's not compatible with iOS 7, iOS developer TheNinjaprawn has released a new free jailbreak tweak called FolderSwipe7 that is compatible with iOS 7.

    What FolderSwipe7 will allow you to do is swipe up on, or pinch a folder icon to open it instead of just tapping on it. In the end, what you get is a fun way to open folders that isn't so direct and boring. ...
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    by Published on 06-15-2014 12:08 AM
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    A pair of recently published photos on Twitter show a side-by-side comparison of mockups believed to be representative of Apple’s next-gen “iPhone 6” models, which are rumored to be coming in 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch screen sizes. The photos from Australian blogger Sonny Dickson show front and back views of two dummy handsets purportedly based on Apple’s next-gen iPhone designs, possibly offering an early look into how the two variants stack up.
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    by Published on 06-14-2014 01:11 AM
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    Ad network, Chitika, has released a recent study they conducted and found that iOS 7 device owners in the U.K. are in the lead in adoption of the company’s latest iOS 7. This was compared to iOS 7 device owners in Australia and the North America. Chitika Insights looked at web traffic generated by iOS devices in the U.K and Australia, and found both differences and similarities ...
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    by Published on 06-14-2014 12:37 AM
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    It has been announced recently that Apple will be creating an in-transit encryption solution for the email domains. This will give extra protection to iCloud customers sending and receiving messages from users on other providers. A statement released by NPR noted Apple’s initiative after they ran a report on the blogs looking at what big tech firms do to protect its users’ data privacy. The story was based on a survey ...
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    by Published on 06-14-2014 12:10 AM
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    Developers who try and fake the App Store rating system by paying for fraudulent reviews, now have to deal with Apple. The company has begun a campaign striking against fake entries made in the App Store, in efforts to make it fair for everyone. Apple has been intervening for some time now on a case-by-case basis, however, it is unclear as to when the company started the push. TechCrunch was ...
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    by Published on 06-13-2014 11:52 PM
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    We're going to take a look at ten great free applications for iOS from the App Store as of June 13th. This post is just to keep you in the loop of some neat free applications – and hey; feel free to download them and give them a try!

    1. ReadQuick


    Recently named Apple's App of the Week, ReadQuick is a neat news reader that will help you learn to speed read by showing you one word at a time at a pace that you select. The application comes with a number of settings. It offers support for services such as Pocket, Instapaper, and Readability.

    ReadQuick can be downloaded for free from this App Store link.

    2. Wrong Way Racing


    Another neat application we can show you is a game called Wrong Way Racing. In this game, you're ultimately trying to avoid getting into a collision by switching lanes before you get hit by oncoming racers ...
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    by Published on 06-13-2014 11:27 PM
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    According to IDG News Service, a security breach has been experienced by AT&T and it allows employees who work on the smartphone unlocking services to find call records, personal information and customer Social Security numbers.



    Services like Chronic Unlocks are part of the second-hand unlocking market that charges to remove software locks on devices, but is ...
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    by Published on 06-13-2014 05:01 PM
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    The online travel company, Priceline, has recently struck a deal that will see it pay $2.6 billion for OpenTable, a provider of online reservation technology for restaurants that underpins Siri’s table booking functionality. Priceline is set to pay $103 per share, a $29 premium over the stock’s June 12 closing price, for OpenTable in the all-cash acquisition. Executives from both companies touted Priceline’s ability ...