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Google I/O: Android 4.1 Jellybean, Nexus 7 tablet, and more!

Our Mobile Nations sibling site, Android Central is LIVE at Google I/O (think Google's version of Apple's WWDC) so head on over there and get all the live coverage you can handle.

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You seriously do not want to miss iMore's 300th podcast tonight. Live. 6pm PDT / 9pm EDT / 2am BST.

Phone different podcast. iPhone Live. TiPb Live. iPad Live. TiPb TV. iPhone & iPad Live. Almost 5 years, and as many names later, we're about to hit a milestone.

Episode 300.

Needless to say, we're going to have a monster giveaway (or several), but this is not about that. This about you, our amazing community who supports us, drives us, and makes everything we do so worthwhile. We're hitting 300 because of you, and you better believe we're going to make it spectacular.

Bookmark this post and be back here at 6pm PDT, 9pm EDT, 2am BST. You absolutely don't want to miss this one live.

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Bag It! for iPhone and iPad review

Bag It! is a game that Rene and I checked out while at Macworld 2012 where the goal is to efficiently bag your groceries while optimizing space and not crushing items by overloading them with weight. For example, placing a watermelon on top of a loaf of bread is a surefire way to smash the bread.

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Darkside for iPhone and iPad review

A 3D dual-stick shooting game called Darkside by Clockwork Pixels recently launched for iOS, putting players in charge of defending mankind's asteroid mining operations in the far future from alien threats and rogue space debris. Not only do you bust up asteroids and avoid the fractured remains, but you'll also get caught up in dogfights with enemy ships.

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Apple releases Podcasts, an app to discover, subscribe and listen to podcasts

Apple has just launched their own podcast app, called simply Podcasts. It's available right now in the App Store and is a universal binary so has specific interfaces for both iPhone and iPod touch, and iPad. It's a great way to listen to all your favorite podcasts, including iMore's and all the Mobile Nations shows.

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How to fix the front-facing FaceTime camera on a AT&T/GSM iPhone 4

If you frequently use FaceTime or Skype on your iPhone 4, your front facing camera is no doubt important to you. If you're out of warranty and find that the front facing camera in your AT&T/GSM iPhone 4 is malfunctioning or not working, a DIY repair is possible if you've got a bit of patience and a half an hour to spare.

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Battleloot Adventure for iPhone and iPad review

Battleloot Adventure was recently made available free for a limited time on iPhone and iPad - what better reason to try out what looks like a great fantasy turn-based combat with a fresh twist? You're in charge of a party of adventurers trying clamoring to win a year without taxes in a tournament spanning the entire kingdom of Kameloot.

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Best iPhone and iPad apps for following the 2012 Wimbledon Championships

The Championships at Wimbledon kicked off today, which are sure to keep tennis fans locked-in until July 8. There are plenty of apps for iPhone and iPad to help avid watchers stay glued to the action, and we've got the best ones for you right here.

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Rather than just letting developers respond, Apple should fix App Store reviews for everyone

Getting what you want and getting what you need are two very different things. Time and time again Apple has shown that rather than providing faster horses they'd rather create cars. Instead of opening up multitasking in iOS, they'd rather provide APIs so people can listen to Pandora, use TomTom, and make Skype calls. Apple isn't always right, but for anyone whose ever had to problem-solve user-facing issues knows, Apple typically takes the right approach.

That's why I don't think we'll see App Store developers gain the ability to respond to App Store reviews.

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Flow for iPhone and iPad review

Flow is a puzzle game for the iPhone and iPad where you have to connect matching colors with a pipe to create a flow. The catch is that these pipes will break if they cross or overlap, so you must find the perfect paths that allow all pipes to be created even though some of them will not be taking the shortest route.

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