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    by Published on 06-09-2011 11:17 AM
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    Apple has apparently changed a ruled that prevented publishers from charging more for content via the iTunes store than they do outside of Apple's i-ecosystem.

    The rule before the change , which was apparently accepted by a number of publishers, stated that all in-app subscriptions, and purchases could only be available for purchase outside of the iTunes store and outside of iOS applications for the same price ...
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    by Published on 06-09-2011 09:51 AM
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    Monday's WWDC keynote allowed only enough time to showcase a few select features of the forthcoming iOS 5, of which there are better than 200 fresh attributes that are slowly coming to light as devs delve into the beta and explore the expansive reach of Apple's massively updated mobile operating system.

    One feature discovered after the WWDC keynote this week is getting a lot of attention ...
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    by Published on 06-09-2011 09:37 AM
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    Strategy Analytics, a company in market in research consulting, has stated that the iPhone 4 has knocked the Blackberry Bold 9700 off the top as the most popular phone in the market. Holding this position for over a year, Research in Motion (RIM) could not handle the iPhone 4s sales worldwide. The iPhone 4 in the first quarter sold more smartphones than any other company ever.
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    by Published on 06-09-2011 09:19 AM
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    A recent patent discovered this week sheds some light on a project that Apple may be working on. According to sources, Apple is considering designing an iPhone application that would show movie times for users based upon their calendar and scheduled plans.

    Shown in some patents submitted back in December of 2009, the application would pull location data from the surrounding area to locate multiple ...
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    by Published on 06-09-2011 01:22 AM
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    2. iOS,
    3. Accessories
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    OnLive announced today that it will be bringing its cloud-based gaming service to the iPad in the autumn of 2011. Currently, OnLive has about 100 games to choose from, giving users unlimited gameplay for $9.99 a month. OnLive’s entire library of games will be available to iPad users when it is released.

    The current version of the OnLive Viewer app for iPad doesn’t support gameplay as of yet. It only gives you a window to watch games in action as ...
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    by Published on 06-08-2011 08:40 PM
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    1. OS X,
    2. Mac,
    3. Software,
    4. Lion
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    A widely hinted and rumored feature of OS X Lion has finally come to fruition with the newly released Developer Preview. Developers have successfully enabled 'Find My Mac' on the new build. The new feature is built right in to Mail, Contacts and Calendar within System Preferences and promises many of the same features as the similar service for iOS devices.

    Just ...
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    by Published on 06-08-2011 06:15 PM
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    All the noise made earlier this year about a number of iOS apps that alert drivers to DUI checkpoints got Apple's attention. The apps are now explicitly banned by Apple.

    A change in the App Store Review Guidelines was spurred by a letter from four democratic U.S. senators addressing the issue. The senators specifically asked for the removal of apps that provide "a database of DUI checkpoints updated ...
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    by Published on 06-08-2011 03:27 PM
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    Those nasty little End User License Agreements we so willingly accept every time a piece of software is updated, or every time we sign up for a new new social media service are paint to read.

    CNET decided to capitalize on this fact, and some negative publicity Apple got earlier this year involving their EULA, by having Richard Dreyfuss do a dramatic reading of Apple's EULA. The results are pretty ...
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    by Published on 06-08-2011 01:09 PM
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    It looks like Apple has taken yet another directive from the JB community, which was more than just a few steps ahead of the Cupertino titans when jailbreakers brought FaceTime to 3G last year. But it now appears that iOS 5 will make the feature available to non-jailbroken iPhones too.

    Based on the findings of a few curious devs who have poked around the new iOS 5 beta, FaceTime is poised ...
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    by Published on 06-08-2011 11:35 AM
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    There's a new chapter in the seemingly unending saga of Lodsys. Today, we've learned that Lodsys is on the receiving end of some legal blowback following their expansive witch hunt of app developers who, according to Lodsys, have violated company patents with the complicit cooperation of Apple.

    According to a report from FOSS Patents, a Michigan company named ForeSee Results Inc. has filed a "declaratory ...
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    by Published on 06-08-2011 09:40 AM
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    Proving once again that WWDC does, in fact, last beyond the excitement and hype of the annual conference's opening keynote address, last night in San Francisco, as the 2011 WWDC winds to a close, Apple held its yearly Apple Design Awards ceremony. Per longstanding tradition, the Cupertino tech giant took time to honor a dozen applications for excellence in design, innovation, and technology.

    All told, ...
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    by Published on 06-08-2011 01:30 AM
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    Just one day after unveiling a slew of new software at Apple’s WWDC, Steve Jobs met with the City Council of Cupertino to discuss plans for a new Apple campus. The proposed building will relocate some 12,000 employees that currently work in various locations scattered around Cupertino and bring them all together under one roof.

    Steve states, “It's a pretty amazing building. It's a little like a spaceship landed, but there it is. And it's got ...