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Apple releases WWDC 2011 session videos to developers

If you've been waiting for the WWDC 2011 session videos to become available online, well wait no longer -- they're here and no doubt chock full of iOS 5 and iCloud goodness.

Registered Apple Developers can now access over 100 session videos from WWDC 2011 and learn about the latest innovations in iOS and OS X.

Apple's certainly not wasting any time getting this online any more. They're under NDA so we won't ask you any specifics, but if you check them out just let us know how valuable you found them.

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Top 5 camera apps for iPhone

TiPb checks out the best, most must-have camera apps to make the most out of your iPhone photography

iPhone is the best camera since its the one you have with you, but what's the best, most must-have camera app to take your photos with? Some are instant, some are clean, some have filters, some are just for fun. Whether it's for tourism, for art, or for those special family moments, the choices are almost endless.

That's where TiPb comes in. Read on for our top 5 favorite, most recommended photo apps for iPhone!

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New and updated iPhone and iPad apps for Thursday, June 23

Every day, TiPb gets flooded with announcements for new and updated iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad apps and games. So every day we pick just a few of the most interesting, the most notable, and simply the most awesome to share with you!

  • Frog King: The famous fairytale by the Grimm Brothers. Read it yourself or let a storyteller read it for you. Made with love, made for kids! Now available in 4 languages and a universal app. [$1.99 for iPhone and iPad - iTunes link]

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Steve Jobs biography airs tonight on CNBC: Titans

CNBC: Titans will be airing an unauthorized biography of "The undisputed king of Silicon Valley for the better part of three decades," Steve Jobs, tonight at 9PM PT/1AM ET.

We don't expect much if any new information, at least nothing that is not readily available via the internet, but a look back at life of the genius who brought us the Mac, iPhone, iPad, and iPod is sure not to disappoint.

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Regarding Apple patents [Updated]

Just because Apple files for a patent doesn't mean we'll ever see an Apple product using or based on that patent. Just because Apple is granted a patent doesn't mean we'll ever see an Apple product using or based on that patent. It certainly doesn't mean every patent filing deserves a "...for the next iPhone!" or " the next iPad!" headline. We've been just as guilty of that at TiPb as anyone, so I'm certainly not jumping on a soapbox here. (I'm slumping against the side of it in exhaustion.)

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HP updates 8 more LaserJet printers to support AirPrint support to 8 more LaserJet printers

HP has put out a firmware update for 8 models of LaserJet printers, adding support for iOS's AirPrint feature for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. The newly empowered models are:

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Navigation By TeleNav - TeleNav GPS Plus updated and on sale

Navigation By TeleNav - TeleNav GPS Plus has been updated with the ability to log miles and upgraded apps. Additionally, TeleNav has cut the price in half. It is now $9.99 for a full year of service and only $0.99 for a 30 day free trial.

New features in the update include:

  • “My Mileage” – users can log the miles they travel and easily export them to email or Excel for reporting
  • Traffic Flow Indicator on the navigation screen provides view of traffic on the route ahead
  • Maps have been upgraded and are now cleaner and easier to read

The app also includes:

  • Spoken directions with street names
  • More than 22 million Places including businesses, local landmarks and others
  • Gas station searches sorted by price
  • Multi-tasking support with TeleNav GPS Plus navigating in the background
  • Automatic rerouting when a turn is missed
  • “Shake-to-Go” allows users to simply shake their iPhone to start navigating home

If you pick this one up, let us know what you think! Check out the screenshots after the break.

[$0.99 - iTunes link]

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Over 1 million unlocked iPhone running on T-Mobile USA

Seth Weintraub over at 9to5Mac heard from a T-Mobile USA spokesman that their network is already home to over 1 million iPhones, and this is without the benefit of an Apple contract, T-Mobile supplied micro-SIMs, or support for their AWS 3G/4G bands. That means, right now, there are over a million people willing to jailbreak and unlock, or buy an unlocked model, manually cut their SIM cards, and go 2G EDGE only just to be on T-Mo with their iPhones.

There have been rumors that iPhone 5 would support T-Mobile's AWS HSPA and HSPA+ bands, and AT&T is trying to buy T-Mobile and if that goes through, it probably means iPhones for everyone.

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iPhone 5 to have a dual-LED flash? [rumor]

Hit and miss technology site DigiTimes is claiming that the iPhone 5 will have a dual-LED Flash when it is eventually released; hopefully in September.

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Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing now available for iPhone and iPad

Sonic and SEGA All-Stars Racing has arrived in the app store on the 20th birthday of Sonic. Twenty years ago today Sonic appeared for the very first time on the SEGA Mega Drive. Today sees the release of SEGA's latest Sonic game for iOS. We saw a short video preview of Sonic and SEGA All-Stars Racing a few weeks back and it looked like a really good playable game with plenty of action.

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