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4 years ago

Email Apple CEO, get response from Jobs. Email AT&T CEO, get legal threat

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Email Apple CEO, get response from Jobs. Email AT&T CEO, get legal threat

From the surprisingly poplar PR manual in how not to win customers and engender goodwill, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson's email address doesn't seem anywhere near as likely to receive a Steve Jobs-style terse if direct response. Indeed:

Giorgio Galante found out today, sending AT&T's CEO two emails in two weeks results in a phone call from AT&T's Executive Response Team and a warning that further emails will result in a cease and desist letter.

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4 years ago

In stock: iPad cases from iLuv, iFrogz, and Incipio

In stock: iPad cases from iLuv, iFrogz, and Incipio

In stock: iPad cases from iLuv, iFrogz, and Incipio

iLuv Flexi-Clear iPad Case for iPad

The iLuv Flexi-Clear iPad Case is a light and flexible resistance case is designed to protect your Apple iPad from significant wear and tear.

ifrogz Luxe Case for iPad

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4 years ago

Galactic Untangle HD for iPad - app review

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Galactic Untangle HD for iPad - app review

Galactic Untangle HD for the iPad is a puzzle game. It is simple, yet challenging, and can easily keep you occupied for hours.

In each level, you are a given a bunch of points connected by lines, and your goal is to move the points around until there are no lines crossing. In mathematical terms, you are given a graph and it is your job to rearrange the vertices until no edges are crossing, i.e., result with a planar representation of the graph. This game is very strait-forward and simple, but not generally easy to beat. As you progress, the graphs become much more complicated and difficult to beat.

There are two modes in Galactic Untangle HD. In "free mode", there is no stress of being timed and you can relax and play at a leisurely pace. In "challenge mode" you are being timed and you have an option to submit your score to the world scoreboard. However, even though you are asked to enter your name, the world scoreboard does not display names. As someone who holds a few of the records, I find this annoying.

Galactic Untangle is an excellent game. It is designed well and looks beautiful on the iPad's screen. It has a simple objective, yet challenging gameplay. And best of all, it's a fun way to give your brain some exercise!

Video and screenshots after the break!

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4 years ago

Sprint HTC Evo 4G -- here comes the iPhone HD/iPhone 4G competition

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Sprint HTC Evo 4G -- here comes the iPhone HD/iPhone 4G competition

Phil Nickinson over at Android Central has just posted a full review of the Sprint HTC Evo 4G, which he's billing as the baddest Android on the planet. Big screen, front facing video call camera, brand new OS in the pipeline, it's not hard to see that this will be Sprint's answer to the iPhone HD/iPhone 4G (unless and until they're able to offer the iPhone HD/iPhone 4G on Sprint -- just sayin').

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4 years ago

Steve Jobs intros iPad as Deathstar -- Thursday fun video!

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Steve Jobs intros iPad as Deathstar -- Thursday fun video!

Footages from Star Wars of the Deathstar attack briefing overlaid with audio of Steve Jobs introducing the iPad. Geek cute to be sure, but they could have gone the extra Star Wars fanboy mile and overlaid Jobs' head on the old dude and the iPad schematics over the Deathstar.

Still, a ton of you sent this in, so enjoy!

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4 years ago

iPhone at work: Creative carpentry

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iPhone at work: Creative carpentry

How does a self-employed, creative carpenter use his iPhone to get the job done and what iPhone apps help get him through her day? TiPb's iPhone at work contest aims to bring you just such slices of the iPhone life. Here's Farmdread's answer and as a small token of thanks we're sending him a $20 iTunes gift certificate. If you want to see your name up on the TiPb home page and get a gift certificate all your own, head on over to the TiPb iPhone Forum and share your story now!

I'm a self-employed general contractor specializing in creative carpentry (oh, and I also build giant puppets.) Here’s my story:

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4 years ago

iPhone live! podcast #102: AT&Tiered - with video!

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4 years ago

10 great decals for your iPad

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10 great decals for your iPad

You may have seen them before for MacBooks, but did you know you could get great great decals for your iPad as well? Follow on after the break for some of my favorites!

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4 years ago

Why Apple may be removing desktop/dashboard/widget apps from the App Store

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Why Apple may be removing desktop/dashboard/widget apps from the App Store

Since the iPad launch on April 3, TiPb's been getting tips about desktop/dashboard/widget-style apps being removed first from the iPad App Store, then from the iPhone App Store as well. There are a number of examples, some well known by now, some relatively unknown. The commonality between all of them is that they've tried to somehow make the iPad or iPhone into a Mac- or PC-like screen filled with mini-apps like browsers, email clients, calculators, weather, etc.

Some look almost exactly like Apple's Mac Dashboard, other like Windows of various flavors. Others don't look like desktops at all but rather place widgets on top of photos or other, more specific backgrounds.

Devs have worked around this by using a much more restricted metaphor, like a double tiled display, or by going the Jailbreak route, or they haven't worked through it and just gotten frustrated at the opacity of the App Store review process and not known how to proceed.

I can't claim any special insight or information on this, but my best guess is that Apple is removing (or advising they will be removing since not all of them have been pulled yet) the apps for the same reason they originally didn't include cursor (arrow) keys on the Mac. It's a pretty well known story and one that's been used a few times in different commentaries on the iPhone and iPad and Apple's direction thereof, but it bears repeating.

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4 years ago

iPhone Live Tonight! at 8pm ET/5pm PT (1am BST)

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iPhone Live Tonight! at 8pm ET/5pm PT (1am BST)

Join us LIVE tonight at 8pm ET, 5pm PT (1am BST) for all the week's iPhone news, how-tos, and app and accessory reviews!

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And yes, we'll be talking AT&T's new data rates, what that means for iPhone (and for BlackBerry, are they back in the game?), Steve Jobs at D8, and more!

Chat with you soon!

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