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5 years ago

iPad 2 jailbreak to be officially released today?

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iPad 2 jailbreak to be officially released today?

After the recent leak of a beta version of the iPad 2 jailbreak, it looks like the official version may be getting released very soon -- maybe as soon as today. The jailbreakme.com site has been updated with a rather cheeky yellow sticky note with the well know phrase “We’ll be back soon”. (The sticky note is used by Apple when it has taken down its online store to update.)

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5 years ago

Manufacturer gets order for 15 million iPhone 5s for September release?

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Manufacturer gets order for 15 million iPhone 5s for September release?

DigiTimes is reporting that Taiwanese manufacturer Pegatron Technology has landed a huge order from Apple to manufacture the iPhone 5. The order is thought to be in the region of 15 million iPhone 5 units and it will start shipping in September. Pegatron Technology currently manufactures the Verizon CDMA iPhone 4 for Apple. The information comes from upstream component makers, of course, and not from Pegatron Technology itself.

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5 years ago

View stunning photojournalistic photography with 2011 World Press Photo Contest

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View stunning photojournalistic photography with 2011 World Press Photo Contest

World Press Photo has released an app to display the work of their top photojournalists, 2011 World Press Photo Contest.

  • All award-winning photos from the 2011 World Press Photo Contest
  • 19 video interviews with award-winning photographers
  • Browse images by location
  • Photographer biographies
  • Camera detail information
  • List of jury members and jury interviews

If you can't get enough good photography, particularly photojournalistic, this app won't disappoint - the pictures look stunning on the iPad. My favorite feature is that every photo also includes the EXIF details (focal length, f-stop, shutter speed, and ISO). The photographer biographies are also pretty neat.

2011 World Press Photo Contest is available for $4.99. Check out the screenshots after the break.

[iTunes link]

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5 years ago

Daily tip: how to use Google+ from your iPhone

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Daily tip: how to use Google+ from your iPhone

If you were lucky enough to get a beta invitation for Google+ and have an iPhone, you can already post updates and browse your Google+ streams quickly and easily. In just a few steps you'll be posting updates, checking out your friends' streams, adding them to circles, and more!

As a side note, this tip only works if you already accepted an invitation into the beta, otherwise you won't be able to access Google+.

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5 years ago

iPad 2 vs. TouchPad: Form factor fight

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iPad 2 vs. TouchPad: Form factor fight

Kevin Michaluk, pinch hitting for our sibling site, PreCentral.net has done the perfunctory HP TouchPad unboxing, and towards the end shows it off against the Apple iPad 2 (and BlackBerry Playbook) by way of comparison. (No, none of that was a typo, Kevin loves all his gadgets now, and you'll see him with Apple's and Androids and HPs and more as the weeks go on.)

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5 years ago

iPad Live 63: Angry ball of mostly hate

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iPad Live 63: Angry ball of mostly hate

Georgia, The Keith Newman, and Rene talk iPad 3 rumors, the HP TouchPad, Google playing Nortel patent auction pranks, comics on iPad, the Kindle standoff, iPad 2 Jailbreak, and the iPad App Store hits 100,000. This is iPad Live!

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5 years ago

Saver for iPhone hits the App Store

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Saver for iPhone hits the App Store

Alex Solonsky's new expense tracker, Saver, has just hit the App Store.

  • Beautifully designed, intuitive user interface
  • Make entries on the go with big, easily-accessible buttons and fields
  • Choose from 15 most useful categories
  • Specify your entries by using built-in or custom tags. Attach notes and photos
  • View, edit, and search with ease. Search results can be filtered and sorted
  • Check detailed spending history per week, month, or entire year
  • Visualize your expenses via beautiful graph-report
  • Full calendar for easy date selection
  • "Backup and restore" protects you from data loss
  • World currencies. See the full list on our website
  • Works as standalone app. No pricy desktop software required
  • High-resolution graphics. iOS4 and Retina display friendly
  • Passcode protection for your privacy

I am a sucker for a stunning UI, and this app does not disappoint. Saver adds a surprising amount of beauty to the hideous and depressing task of tracking my expenses.

Saver is launching at $2.99. Screenshots after the break.

[iTunes link]

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5 years ago

iCan ABC for iPhone hits the App Store [giveaway]

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iCan ABC for iPhone hits the App Store [giveaway]

Monkeybin Studios' new alphabet learning game, iCan ABC, has hit the App Store.

  • Learning methods by pre-school teachers
  • Designed by parents
  • Developed by parents
  • Tested on pre-schoolers
  • Soothing music
  • Graphics designed for the right ages
  • Different gameplay for all stages of learning the alphabet
  • Children safe game
  • Professional vocals for all letters

I've spent a few minutes with this app and it is going to be a fabulous learning tool for my daughter when she's old enough. I particularly like that the "host" of the game is a Police Officer because it will help give children a positive association with cops.

The good folks at Monkeybin Studios have given us a few promo codes to give away to you, our awesome readers! For a chance to win, let us know who would benefit from you having this app - your son, daughter, niece, nephew, sibling?

iCan ABC is available for for $0.99. Screenshots after the break.

[iTunes link]

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5 years ago

Developer Spotlight: David Ashman of LockInfo

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Developer Spotlight: David Ashman of LockInfo

TiPb's developer spotlights are like DVD/iTunes Extras for the App Store -- a weekly look behind the scenes at the programers and designers that bring you the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad apps and games you love. This week Rene talks with David Ashman from dab Technologies.

What's your name? David Ashman

What's your company's name? dba Technologies

Where are you located? Washington, DC

What's your website address? http://www.dba-technologies.com/

What's your Twitter name? @Stimpy5050 for general rambling, @LockInfo for LockInfo specific support and @dbaTechnologies for other dbaTech projects.

What apps do you make? LockInfo (+Plugins), Popup Blocker, WeatherIcon

What apps, other than your own, are currently among your favorites? TweetDeck, biteSMS, Reeder, WeekCal

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5 years ago

ZENandTECH 6: De-cluttering

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ZENandTECH 6: De-cluttering

Do you own your stuff or does your stuff own you? This week on ZENandTECH, Georgia and Rene talk about the joys of de-cluttering your life, and how getting rid of the physical clutter can help you get rid of the mental clutter as well.

Read on for the show notes!

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5 years ago

New and updated iPhone and iPad apps for Monday, July 4

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New and updated iPhone and iPad apps for Monday, July 4

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!

  • Archers Online HD: A cute multiplayer game. Play against your friends on Game Center and redeem features with Game Center points. [Free for iPad, with in-app purchases - iTunes link]

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5 years ago

AT&T to include the iPhone in its standard insurance from July 17

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AT&T to include the iPhone in its standard insurance from July 17

AT&T has updated its insurance terms and from July 17 it will also cover the iPhone. The insurance program covers your phone against loss, theft, accidental damage including liquid spillage and mechanical / electrical failure. The insurance package costs $4.99 a month plus there is an excess of between $50 and $125; depending on which model phone you have.

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5 years ago

TiPb Asks: How are you using your iPhone or iPad on July 4?

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TiPb Asks: How are you using your iPhone or iPad on July 4?

It's the July 4 Independence Day holiday in the US, where rockets are red glaring and cannons are air bursting, and we have no doubt a lot of you are breaking out the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad to help you celebrate. And we're curious how?

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5 years ago

UK broadcaster ITV launches its iPhone and iPad catch up app ITV Player

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UK broadcaster ITV launches its iPhone and iPad catch up app ITV Player

UK television channel ITV has released its catch up TV app, ITV Player. ITV Player is the first mobile app released that will allow you to watch ITV programs on you iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. The content will be offered within the app for 7 days after it was originally screened live. You can also browse through recommended programs, search by channel or alphabetically and view the app in portrait or landscape.

The free app which is disappointingly WiFi only, offers content from the four ITV channels available in the UK. These are ITV1, ITV2, ITV3 and ITV4. All the video content is streamed from within the ITV Player app. There does not appear to be any AirPlay support.

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5 years ago

How to cost-effectively deal with Lodsys and other app patent trolls

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How to cost-effectively deal with Lodsys and other app patent trolls

Florian Mueller from FOSS Patents has put up a heart-breaking yet pragmatic set of recommendations for developers on how to cost-effectively deal with Lodsys and other patent trolls who target small, independent app makers. (If you're a mega corporation with billions of dollars in the war chest this obviously doesn't apply to you.) While Apple has filed a motion to intervene, there's no guarantees that it'll work, and it's unknown what, if any, support they're providing iOS developers beyond that. Google has yet to do or say anything, leaving Android developers entirely in the lurch. So...

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