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Victoria's Secret comes to iPad

Victoria's Secret launched their iPad app a few days ago and it has already soared into the #1 position on the Top Free iPad Apps chart. As if having the store's catalogue at your fingertips wasn't sexy enough, the Victoria's Secret app also brings you photo shoots, fashion show exclusives, TV commercials, special events and the ability to stalk up-to-the-minute coverage of their supermodels.

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Verizon turning to iPhone because Droid doesn't bring the subscribers?

Both AT&T and Verizon have now released their quarterly earning statements, and it turns out AT&T (driven primarily by 5.2 million iPhone activations) signed up 2.6 million net subscribers to Verizon's 0.9 million.

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AT&T brings VoterHub to iPhone

VoterHub is a new iPhone app which brings a plethora of voting information into the hands of iPhone wielding U.S. citizens. With VoterHub you can

  • register to vote
  • find out what the deadlines are for registering
  • find out voter qualifications
  • find out when early voting begins
  • find out when vote-by-mail/absentee voting begins
  • find your local polling place
  • view your state's election calendar
  • find out who is on the ballot

Maybe in 20 years we'll be able to vote with our iPhones? Ok, probably not, but a girl can dream.

If you pick this one up, let us know what you think!

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President Obama signs iPad

Sylvester Caan dropped us a note to tell us (and show us!) his iPad being signed by US President Barak Obama. Take it away, Sylvester:

At a rally in Seattle, WA at the University of Washington, the President used the touchscreen on my iPad to give me his autograph.

He looked slightly surprised, but proceeded to use his finger to scribble on the iPad using the Adobe Ideas app.

How well was he able to sign? Check out the results after the break. And if you and your iPhone or iPad have had any brushes with power or celebrity, let us know in the comments!

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Samurai II: Vengeance for iPhone, iPad hits App Store

Samurai II: Vengeance for iPhone and iPad is the sequel to award winning Samurai: Way of the Warrior. Unlike the first game, Samurai II offers you virtual on-screen controls. These can be moved around the screen to customise the gameplay to your comfort.

With gorgeous retina display graphics, Samurai II offers a beautiful, anime-style hack and slash game that fits in your pocket. You can either follow the Story Mode or fight as many enemies as possible in Dojo Mode.

The game is available as a universal application and will work natively on the iPad and iPhone, and has full Game Centre support with unlockable achievements and leaderboards.

Video after the break! If you try it out, let us know what you think.

[$2.99 - iTunes link]

by George Lim

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President Obama meeting with Steve Jobs

It looks like US President Barack Obama will be meeting with Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs today. Business Insider reports:

"President Obama is flying to the Bay Area from Seattle this afternoon. He's speaking at Google exec Marissa Mayer's house in Palo Alto this evening. Before that, says a source familiar with the details, he will have a one-on-one meeting with Steve Jobs."

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FaceTime for Mac has security flaw

FaceTime for Mac beta was announced at Apple's Back to the Mac event yesterday and released shortly after. It didn't take long before a security flaw was found.

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Farmville HD for iPad Released!

Farmville by Zynga is finally available to iPad owners, in all its HD farming goodness. First made popular on Facebook, we saw Farmville for iPhone. The iPad version is also a free download and as usual, all your normal stuff from your Facebook profile should come down just like it does on the iPhone version. I'm personally not a Farmville user, but I'm sure Leanna is jumping up and down right about now.

Check it out and let us know what you think!

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Will the 11-inch MacBook Air cut into iPad sales?

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