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4 years ago

RIM cuddles up to iPhone, iPad IT admins, announces BlackBerry Mobile Fusion

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RIM cuddles up to iPhone, iPad IT admins, announces BlackBerry Mobile Fusion

RIM today announced BlackBerry Mobile Fusion, something they're touting as "The Next Generation Enterprise Mobility Solution for BlackBerry, Android and iOS Smartphones and Tablets". Really. Says so right here:

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4 years ago

Microsoft working on Office for iPad?

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Microsoft working on Office for iPad?

With typical cat-like speed and agility, it looks Microsoft's Office team might finally be ready to pounce on something iOS -- namely the iPad. Quoth The Daily:

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4 years ago

Poll: Should Apple allow tethering apps in the App Store?

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Poll: Should Apple allow tethering apps in the App Store?

<div class="spTwice now, once with Netshare in 2008 and now again with iTether in 2011, Apple has initially approved and then turned around a rejected an app that let iPhone users tether for free.

While some carriers in some countries allow for free tethering on the more expensive data plans, many countries, including the US do not. That means those carriers make extra money charging for tethering plans, and apps like Netshare and iTether threaten that extra money (or double-dipping, as you may wish to call it.)

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4 years ago

iTether now unavailable in App Store [Updated]

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iTether now unavailable in App Store [Updated]

iTether is currently showing up as unavailable in the iTunes App Store. iTether, which was approved and released yesterday, let users tether their laptops to their iPhones without having to pay any additional fees to carriers. Another tethering app, Netshare, was approved and then later removed in 2008.

Whether iTether has actually been removed by Apple or the developer, temporarily or permanently, remains to be seen but the developer has claimed they were in communication with Apple throughout the app approval process. If Apple couldn't have, or simply didn't want iTether in the App Store, it's strange they'd approve it at all.

Update: Tether just let us know they've released a statement, and confirmed Apple pulled the iTether app from the App Store. Their site is currently getting hammered so we're reproducing it here. Please do click through and give them a comment with your thoughts. Tether.com:

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4 years ago

Android Cluzee not yet a Siri competitor

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Android Cluzee not yet a Siri competitor

Rather than just throwing up a quick "#BREAKSCLUSIVE: Cluzee brings Siri to Android!" post, Android Central's Phil Nickinson actually took the time to test it out, and while it shows potential, it turns out it doesn't yet show anywhere near Siri's polish on the iPhone 4S.

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4 years ago

Mobile Nations 12: 2011 mobile gift guide

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Mobile Nations 12: 2011 mobile gift guide

Kevin, Phil, Derek, Dan, and Rene discuss the future of phone fashion, how to pick a tablet for the holidays, and what happens when all phones are smart. Plus, our holiday gift guide! This is Mobile Nations!

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4 years ago

iPhone 4 attempts self combustion on a passenger flight in Australia

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iPhone 4 attempts self combustion on a passenger flight in Australia

An iPhone 4 caused a major scare on an Australian passenger flight when it appeared to commence self combustion. The iPhone 4 belonging to one of the passengers on Regional Express flight ZL319 operating from Lismore to Sydney started to emit a significant amount of dense smoke accompanied by a red glow.

Luckily the aircraft had already landed when the incident started and a flight attendant carried out recovery actions which included extinguishing the iPhone. The incident has been reported to the Australian Transport and Safety Bureau (ASTB) as well as the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA). The iPhone is also now in the possession of the ASTB for analysis.

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4 years ago

TiPb celebrity iPhone and iPad sightings for November 29, 2011

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TiPb celebrity iPhone and iPad sightings for November 29, 2011

Hello everyone and welcome to TiPb’s weekly celebrity iPhone and iPad sightings roundup! Time to take a little break from your daily routine and relax with some gossip from the world of the rich and famous. What do all of these celebrities have in common? They all were spotted with an iPhone or iPad, of course. Check out a ton of pictures after the break, and if you spot a celebrity rocking an iPhone or iPad, drop us a note at news@tipb.com so we can include them in the next roundup, next week!

Please note: Some pictures may from time-to-time be NSFW (Not Safe For Work) so use discretion when viewing.

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4 years ago

Immerse yourself with classic cars with ROAD inc for iPad

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Immerse yourself with classic cars with ROAD inc for iPad

ROAD inc is an iPad app for car enthusiasts. It includes 50 landmark automobile models and over 70 videos, 350 HD photos, 3000 documents, and 100 engine sounds. Exploring these classic cars is a very interactive and immersive experience, that even non-car enthusiasts will enjoy this app.

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4 years ago

Daily Apps: Recipes Genius, Shiny Treasure, Math Battle, Meet the Orchestra, Bunny Reaper

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Daily Apps: Recipes Genius, Shiny Treasure, Math Battle, Meet the Orchestra, Bunny Reaper

  • Recipes Genius: Knows 485 recipes from a wide range of areas which are easily put into practice in every kitchen, thanks to expert app-instructions. Step-by-step instructions for each recipe are a special feature, where more than 3,500 high-resolution photos are put to use and each interim result is displayed. [Free (sale) for iPhone and iPad - App Store link]

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4 years ago

iTether app brings USB tethering to iPhone without the need for a tethering plan

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iTether app brings USB tethering to iPhone without the need for a tethering plan

The iTether app has arrived in the app store and it enables a user to tether their iPhone to a Mac or PC and use its data connection. The app does not appear to require a tethering data plan with your carrier so it is really a surprise that this app has been approved by Apple; it may be that its life is short lived. If you have been waiting for a way to tether your iPhone without the need to jailbreak or pay extra for the privilege, don’t hang about with this one.

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4 years ago

Regarding the use of the name "iPhone 5"

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Regarding the use of the name "iPhone 5"

No one outside of Apple, and likely very few inside of Apple, if anyone at all at this early stage, knows what the 2012 iPhone will be called. For the sake of convenience and familiarity, we've been using iPhone 5 (or whatever Apple ends up calling it).

But Apple can call it anything they want. iPhone 4G. iPhone 4GS. iPhone 4GS Mark II Epic, LTE X. (Okay, that's very unlikely, but theit's their phone, their name.)

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4 years ago

iPhone 5, iPad 3, Apple TV 3 references found in iOS 5.1 beta

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iPhone 5, iPad 3, Apple TV 3 references found in iOS 5.1 beta

9to5Mac has found some code references in the recently released-to-developers iOS 5.1 beta for iPhone 5 (or whatever Apple ends up calling it), iPad 3, and Apple TV 3.

  • The next iPhone is model number 5,1, representing another large internal upgrade, likely a next-generation Apple A6 system-on-a-chip. (iPhone 3G was 1,2, iPhone 4S was 4,1, so factor that into your tea-leaf reading about Apple's 2012 naming conventions.

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4 years ago

ZENandTECH 25: Stress-free shopping

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ZENandTECH 25: Stress-free shopping

Georgia and Rene discuss ways to de-stress your holiday shopping, and our guide to the best zen and tech gifts for 2011. This is ZENandTECH!

Georgia's gift picks

Rene's gift picks

  • Global knives
  • [iRobot Roomba vacuuming robot(http://www.amazon.com/gp/search?ie=UTF8&keywords=irobot+roomba+vacuuming+robot&index=garden&linkCode=ur2&camp=1789&creative=9325&tag=imoreb-20&m1k=d_im)

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4 years ago

Daily Tip: How to remove your Wi-Fi access point from Google’s location database

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Daily Tip: How to remove your Wi-Fi access point from Google’s location database

Google is collecting information from Wi-Fi access points from all over the world  to enable it to speed up location services. Unfortunately it is gathering this information and maybe more, without the consent of the owners of the access point.

What’s more, Google is not only gathering data from public Wi-Fi access points but also from home and business users too. If you value your privacy, there is a way to stop Google recording your Wi-Fi access point’s location information. It’s reasonably straight forward to implement.

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