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Chevrolet MyLink brings TuneIn Radio and Siri to the car

At CES 2013, Chevrolet was showing off Siri and TuneIn Radio apps working in their 2013 Spark and Sonic vehicles. All of the features you would expect are there, such as dictating messages to Siri and checking calendar appointments via voice.

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Best iPhone invoicing app for freelancers

Freelance work and consulting have become a common place among many professionals nowadays. If you own an iPhone, the App Store offers tons of great ways to invoice clients inexpensively and sometimes even free.

As most people know, free isn't always the best deal, especially when it comes to handling clients and collecting money. We've taken a look at quite a few of the most prominent invoicing apps available in the App Store, free and paid. We've created invoices, estimates, and set up inventories to figure out which invoicing app for iPhone is the best all around solution for freelancers.

That app is Invoice2go by Apps2go. And here's why we picked it over the others...

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iMore Editors' Choice: IMDb, Noble Nutlings, Doctor Who Encyclopedia, and more

Every week, the editors and writers at iMore carefully select some of our favorite, most useful, most extraordinary apps, accessories, gadgets, and websites. This week's selections include a couple games, an app that pulls up information about movies and television shows, an iBook about productivity, customer relations, and general business best practices, something for Doctor Who fans, an an app for Wikipedia.

To see what we picked, and to tell us your pick, follow along after the break!

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1Password 4 for iPhone and iPad updated with improved sync, security, search, and more

1Password 4 for iPhone and iPad has received its first significant update since its release and includes many improvements for sync, security, vault and web modes, search, secure notes, and more.

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TetherCell makes your AA batteries Bluetooth-ready and app-friendly

Another little goodie from CES 2013 was Tethercell. This Indiegogo project wraps a connectivity layer around a AAA battery to make it AA-sized, but makes it able to communicate to your iPhone over Bluetooth 4.0.

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OtterBox announces waterproof case, battery case, and their first app for iPhone

At CES 2013, OtterBox announced the Armor Series for the iPhone 4, 4S and 5, their first waterproof case in a long time. The arguably more interesting product OtterBox was showing off at the show was the Defender Series with Ion Intelligence - a new variant with an integrated backup battery and a dedicated iOS application for monitoring how much juice is left in the pack and in your iPhone.

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Delta Air Lines adds iPad app, updates iPhone app with redesign, Passbook support

Delta Air Lines today finally released a proper iPad application and its iPhone app to Version 2.0, bringing with it a much-needed redesign and, perhaps most important -- the ability to use Passbook for boarding passes. The iPad version of the app also gets a particularly cool "Glass-bottom jet" feature that shows information about what's under your plane as you fly overhead.

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Cut the Rope releases 25 new levels

Cut the Rope for iPhone and iPad has been updated with a new Steam Box that includes 25 new levels featuring steam clouds that make candy float in the air and low-to-high pressure valves that control the amount of steam. The steam will help the candy rise and reach the adorable candy-addict called Om Nom.

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Angry Birds celebrates 3rd 'birdday' with 30 new levels, cake, and a new bird

Angry Birds is celebrating its 3rd "birdday" with an update that includes 30 new levels, birdday cake, and a new bubbly pink bird. And have no fear, this cake is no lie, but is explosive!

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Security oversight in some apps could leave you vulnerable to hacking, data theft

Usually when sensitive information is being transferred over a network, the application will open an encrypted connection with the server using SSL (Secure Sockets Layer). iOS ships with a list of Certificate Authorities whose SSL certificates should be trusted, helping to ensure traffic is only sent to trusted servers and not intercepted by a malicious third party using their own self-signed SSL certificate.

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