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3 years ago

FaceTime for Mac has security flaw

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FaceTime for Mac has security flaw

FaceTime for Mac beta was announced at Apple's Back to the Mac event yesterday and released shortly after. It didn't take long before a security flaw was found.

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3 years ago

Farmville HD for iPad Released!

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Farmville HD for iPad Released!

Farmville by Zynga is finally available to iPad owners, in all its HD farming goodness. First made popular on Facebook, we saw Farmville for iPhone. The iPad version is also a free download and as usual, all your normal stuff from your Facebook profile should come down just like it does on the iPhone version. I'm personally not a Farmville user, but I'm sure Leanna is jumping up and down right about now.

Check it out and let us know what you think!

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3 years ago

PlainText for iPad- app review

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PlainText for iPad- app review

If you are looking for a simple text editor with a clean, professional interface, PlainText might just be for you. Hog Bay Software has created a quaint little document app that goes out of it's way to do simple editing. The main benefit this app has over the built-in Notes app is that you can define and create folders; the level of editing is the same.

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3 years ago

Will the 11-inch MacBook Air cut into iPad sales?

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3 years ago

AT&T Q3 2010 financial results - 5.2 million iPhone activations

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3 years ago

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Super Twario for iPhone turns your twitter account into a retro inspired game. In it, you navigate your character, Twario, by tilting your iPhone or iPod touch, swipe to move faster, and tap to jump. During the course of your game you will run into tweets where you can choose to read them or even reply to them.

But wait...there's more! Not only can you now interact with your tweets via Twario, but this app even has Game Center integration so you can keep track of achievements and see how your Twitter skills rank among your friends and in the world! You get all this and many hours of fun and excitement for $1.99.

Check out the video after the break!

[iTunes Link via Engadget]

by Brian Tufo

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3 years ago

Back to the Mac event now available via iTunes

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Back to the Mac event now available via iTunes

For those of you who were either unavailable to watch Apple's Back to the Mac event live, or are a Windows user who couldn't, or simply want to watch it again, the keynote is now available for download via iTunes. However, be warned that at 868.9 MB, the video download is not small.

I was unable to watch the entire event, so I'm downloading for my viewing pleasure at a later time. What about you? You planning to download this one?

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3 years ago

Why Apple took iOS back to the Mac

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Why Apple took iOS back to the Mac

Steve Jobs said they named today's event Back to the Mac because they were taking innovations they'd made with iOS -- iPhone and iPad -- and bringing the full circle to OS X. That says a lot about the importance of iOS to Apple but it says even more about Steve Jobs' beliefs on the future of computing.

iPad, it's been said, represented the beginning of the truly personal computer, beyond the command-line Apple II and the graphical interface of the Mac. Simple but powerful, it was a computing appliance anyone could use without getting lost in programming languages or buried in windowing environments.

Years ago, upon his return to Apple, Steve Jobs rebooted the Mac with OS X. A NeXT-generation, gorgeous Aqua UI built on top of the rock solid BSD UNIX system. That gave it two layers. Power users could open Terminal and type away and seldom, if ever, bother with Aqua while more mainstream users could point and click around a far easier paradigm.

Easier but not easy. And that's where today's event was so import...

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3 years ago

iPhone live tonight, 6pm PT, 9pm ET, 2am BST

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iPhone live tonight, 6pm PT, 9pm ET, 2am BST

You know the drill, come 6pm PT, 9pm ET, 2am BST, we'll be live over at:

http://live.tipb.com/live/

We'll be discussing Steve Jobs' surprise appearance on the Apple Q4 conference call, what he said about BlackBerry and Android, and Apple's Back to the Mac event. Be there, and be ready to chat. We want to hear from you.

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3 years ago

FaceTime between iPhone 4 and Mac [Video]

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FaceTime between iPhone 4 and Mac [Video]

Right after Apple released FaceTime for Mac beta, Dieter grabbed his iPhone 4 and called me up on my MacBook. The video above shows the results. It worked well and looked good.

FaceTime for Mac is incredibly barebones right now, almost no UI chrome or options but we'll see what happens come release. The ability to stay in contact, visually, from any iOS or Mac OS device is compelling, but it would be even better if Apple released a Windows version. Let's hope that's coming soon.

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