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T-Mobile US launches TV streaming app for iPhone

T-Mobile U.S. has released a streaming TV app called T-Mobile TV, which streams a selection of television programs to your phone. You don't have to be on T-Mobile to use it, but you do have to be in the US to get it. T-Mobile TV includes both live TV from select content providers as well as previous episodes. You can mark certain programs and episodes as favorites for quick access. For the first thirty days, users can stream a small selection of content from the app.

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Airports by TravelNerd review: Find extensive flight and airport info all in one place

If you travel frequently, particularly making your way through many airports that you aren't familiar with, Airports by TravelNerd is a must have. Not only can you view up to date flight information but you can view terminal maps, amenities, and more for tons of airports across the world. While not every airport is supported, lots of them are.

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Native Instruments brings Traktor DJ to iPhone

Native Instruments has released an iPhone version of its pro DJ software, Traktor DJ. The new version of NI's DJ software follows the iPad release from earlier this year, at a much lower price point.

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Instagram update allows you to tag people in photos

Instagram has been updated to version 3.5, adding the ability to tag people in photos, along with a couple of changes to bug reporting and privacy settings.

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Ellen DeGeneres releases new game, Heads Up: Guess the word that's on your head from your friends' clues

Ellen DeGeneres has released an iPhone version of a game she likes to play on her show called Heads Up. It's simply a word guessing game where your friends try to get you to say the word on the screen by giving you hints. Only with Heads Up, you hold the phone above your head and it records video of your friend giving hints. You have sixty seconds to guess as many words as you can.

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Scapple makes it easy to layout ideas visually on your Mac

Literature and Latte's newest application for OS X is called Scapple, and it's now available for download. It's a really helpful utility for visually-oriented users who want to get some ideas down but might feel hampered by traditional outlining tools and text editors that enforce some sort of linear structure.

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Acorn image editor gets interface overhaul, non-destructive filters

Flying Meat Software (a.k.a. Gus Mueller) has released Acorn 4, the latest major update to its image editing software for OS X. Acorn 4 sports a new user interface, support for non-destructive filters, dramatically improved vector tools and enhancements to performance, among many other changes.

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Qantas releases their new iOS application, Passbook support included

It's still a pretty big deal when iOS apps are released with Passbook support, especially outside of the U.S. Anyone flying down under will be pleased to know that Australian airline, Qantas, has released their brand new iOS app which indeed does have Passbook support.

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AirPrint for everyone goes corporate with Printopia Pro

Ecamm Software's Printopia is an excellent utility for Mac users who want to be able to print from iOS devices but don't want to invest in an AirPrint-compatible printer. The utility installs on the Mac and enables any printer connected to that Mac (either physically or over the network) to appear as an AirPrint-compatible device on your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. Now Ecamm has announced Printopia Pro, a version of the software designed for corporate use.

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Instacast releases free beta for Mac users

Vemedio has made a public beta version of their popular iOS podcast app, Instacast, for the Mac. If you're a Mac user, and an Instacast user, you'll no doubt already be salivating at the thought of perfectly synced podcast bliss.

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