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4 years ago

Discover more, search more, and get notified more with updated Twitter for iPhone

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Discover more, search more, and get notified more with updated Twitter for iPhone

Twitter for iPhone isn't your early adopter, power user app. It's not designed fro the gadget nerd with tons of followers who engages in non-stop repartees with like-minded friends, peers, and colleagues all day. It for the new mainstream Twitter user who has very few followers, follows tons of celebrities, and is looking for more and better ways to find something... anything... to do on Twitter. Like it or not, since the last redesign, that's the the official Twitter app's target user now. And that's who they're improving things for with this update.

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4 years ago

Polymer for iPhone review: an addicting shape-creating puzzle game

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Polymer for iPhone review: an addicting shape-creating puzzle game

Here's another gem to add to your puzzle game collection - Polymer for iPhone. In Polymer, your goal is create shapes, called polymers, by sliding around the rows and columns. A polymer isn't complete unless all the ends (which are marked with black dots) are closed.

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4 years ago

Siri co-founder talks to iMore about the future of technology, mobile interfaces, and implementing Siri

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Siri co-founder talks to iMore about the future of technology, mobile interfaces, and implementing Siri

Dag Kittlaus, creator of Siri, recently spoke at an economic development event in his hometown of Michigan City, Indiana, and iMore had the chance to listen in and ask him some questions about the challenges they faced in implementing Siri and where he thinks the future of technology is headed.

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4 years ago

Nintendo posts first annual financial loss, iPhone continues leading portable gaming

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Nintendo posts first annual financial loss, iPhone continues leading portable gaming

Nintendo recently posted their full-year financial results, which included their first operating loss amounting to a deficit of $458 million. Over the whole year, Nintendo sold 13.5 million 3DS portable systems worldwide; to put that in perspective, Apple sold about 9 million iPhones in the U.S. in the first quarter of 2012 alone.

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4 years ago

Steve Jobs wanted to plant golden ticket with millionth iMac, give winner a tour of Apple in Willy Wonka garb

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Steve Jobs wanted to plant golden ticket with millionth iMac, give winner a tour of Apple in Willy Wonka garb

According to yet another Steve Jobs biography, Apple's late CEO wanted to hide a golden ticket with an iMac computer and fly the winner out to Cupertino for a tour of the facilities. Jobs said he would even wear the Willy Wonka outfit for the whole thing.

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4 years ago

Will you use Google Drive? [Poll]

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Will you use Google Drive? [Poll]

At long, long last Google has finally unveiled their cloud storage solution -- Google Drive. So will you use it?

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4 years ago

President Obama tries out Sphero, the iPhone controlled rolling robot

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President Obama tries out Sphero, the iPhone controlled rolling robot

During a visit to Boulder, Colorado and Colorado University, U.S. President Barack Obama had the chance to test drive a Sphero -- an iPhone controlled rolling robot. Obama first watches the Sphero roll around, remarking "how cool is that, you can make the ball do all kinds of stuff", before taking the iPhone and taking control of the robot himself. Surrounded by Secret Service -- and co-eds -- the President of the United States gave it a whirl, seemed to enjoy himself, and complimented the inventor, a Boulder native.

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4 years ago

Sir Jonathan Ive wins British Visionary Innovator award for 2012

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Sir Jonathan Ive wins British Visionary Innovator award for 2012

Sir Jonathan Ive has won the British Visionary Innovator 2012 award organised by the Intellectual Property Office. The award comes after the competition was open for seven days and allowed the public to vote for their most innovative person of 2012.

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4 years ago

Automatically sync your annotated PDFs to Dropbox with Remarks for iPad [Giveaway]

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Automatically sync your annotated PDFs to Dropbox with Remarks for iPad [Giveaway]

One of my favorite PDF annotating apps just got even better with the addition of automatic Dropbox syncing. With the new update, a new, blue folder called Remarks and labeled with Dropbox will appear in your notes once you link your Dropbox account with Remarks. Any notes you create in this folder will automagically sync up with Dropbox -- you no longer have to manually send a note to Dropbox. It works like a charm.

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4 years ago

Weekly Photo Contest: Negative Space!

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Weekly Photo Contest: Negative Space!

It's Wednesday, which means it's time to announce this week's photo contest -- and the winner of last week's panorama photography contest. Before I do, I want to congratulate everyone on their awesome entries. We've got some talented iPhoneographer readers here at iMore and it wasn't an easy decision!

And the winning entry is... And the winning entry is...

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4 years ago

Shadowrun Returns game coming to iPad, deckers rejoice

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Shadowrun Returns game coming to iPad, deckers rejoice

Shadowrun fans will be happy to hear that a new game in the classic cyberpunk setting is well on its way thanks to Kickstarter, and that we'll be seeing it on iOS and Android tablets. Funding wraps up this Sunday, and they're already blown past their $400,000 goal with over $1.4 million from fans.

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4 years ago

Minecraft Pocket Edition for iOS gets craftier

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Minecraft Pocket Edition for iOS gets craftier

The Minecraft port for iOS has had plenty of mining in it since its launch late last year, and now it's getting infinitely more crafty with the latest update. The building sim/monster survival sandbox game with an 8-bit twist now lets you create a whole bunch of blocks to reassemble in your world as you see fit, just like the PC version. When you first drop into your Minecraft world, it's more or less a blank slate, but after gathering basic resources (and now combining them to make new types of blocks), you can build some pretty incredible things. You can even invite friends to build with you if they're in the same Wi-Fi network. Here's a full changelog for today's update:

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4 years ago

iPad-controlled flying drone boasts mounted sub-machinegun, self-destruct

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iPad-controlled flying drone boasts mounted sub-machinegun, self-destruct

Trigger-happy YouTuber FPS Russia recently posted a video demonstrating a prototype hover vehicle similar to the Parrot AR Drone which can be flown with an iPad, with one notable difference: it's got a gun strapped to its underbelly. Or that's the premise, anyway. It's more than likely that this is all fancy CG work, since the video was sponsored by the fine folks at Call of Duty.

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4 years ago

iPhone & iPad Live tonight at 9pm EDT / 6pm PDT / 2am BST

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iPhone & iPad Live tonight at 9pm EDT / 6pm PDT / 2am BST

The best iOS podcast in the 'verse returns tonight to talk all the latest iPhone and iPad news, how-tos, and app and accessory reviews. We'll be talking Apple Q1 2010 results, and WWDC 2012. Come join us!

Want to go full screen? Head to iMore.com/live. Want to watch via iPhone or iPad? Grab the Ustream app and search for "mobilenations"!

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4 years ago

Sprint confirms that unlimited data will stay unlimited, even if next iPhone has LTE

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Sprint confirms that unlimited data will stay unlimited, even if next iPhone has LTE

Sprint has confirmed that it will still offer an unlimited data plan for the next generation iPhone. There was some doubt that the unlimited data would remain, especially if the iPhone 5 has the expected LTE radio.

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