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4 years ago

Incase Origami Workstation + Apple Bluetooth Keyboard for iPad review

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Incase Origami Workstation + Apple Bluetooth Keyboard for iPad review

Incase's Origami Workstation presupposes you either already have an Apple Bluetooth Keyboard or like the Apple keyboard so much you want to use it with your iPad, and does its best to meld it together with your iPad.

That's right, it's a Origami Workstation is a bring-your-own-keyboard (BYOK) solution for iPad. And a very good one.

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4 years ago

7 out of 10 apps are for iOS, iPhone and iPad devs earn four times more revenue

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7 out of 10 apps are for iOS, iPhone and iPad devs earn four times more revenue

Flurry Analytics has recently compiled developer research data from January to March, and found that 7 of 10 apps developed are on iOS, and that for ever dollar an iOS developer makes, Android developers make $0.24.

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4 years ago

SplitMail for iPad [jailbreak]

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SplitMail for iPad [jailbreak]

SplitMail is a jailbreak for iPad that adds access to your mailbox list in portrait mode. Sometimes you just don't want to use landscape mode and since stock iOS limits Mail in portrait mode, this is a great fix.

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4 years ago

KloutScore for iPhone review

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KloutScore for iPhone review

KloutScore is an iPhone app that provides an easy way to keep track of Klout Scores for yourself and the people you are interested in. In addition to your score number, you will also be given a description of what your score means as well as see lists of Twitter users you influence and who you're influenced by.

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4 years ago

Color Splash Studio for iPhone review

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Color Splash Studio for iPhone review

With several apps in the App Store that already offer this functionality, you may be wondering what makes this one special. Well, the developers at MacPhun are very experienced in the photography app business and they have done a great job with Color Splash Studio by making it easy to get detailed as well as allowing you to add effects and alter the look of the monochrome layer.

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4 years ago

Incase Ari Marcopoulos Camera and iPad Bag review

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Incase Ari Marcopoulos Camera and iPad Bag review

Tomorrow I leave for Apple's 2012 World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) and in addition to clothes, I have to bring with me a 13-inch MacBook Air and its charger, a new iPad and its charger, a Canon 5D Mark III, extra batteries and their charger, a 50mm lens, a 24-70mm lens, a 70-200mm lens, a couple of mophie juice packs, and assorted cables. Not only do I need to keep it all together on the plane, I need to keep it with me walking to and from Moscone West, to meetings with developers, and more.

That means I need a bag that's the gadget equivalent of a Dungeons & Dragons bag of holding. And the Incase Ari Marcopoulos Camera and iPad Bag might just be it.

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4 years ago

Phil Schiller: Apple's new "Dr. No"

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Phil Schiller: Apple's new "Dr. No"

Phil Schiller is Apple's Senior Vice President of Product Marketing, but by all accounts his role in that job is as unconventional as Apple itself. Businessweek has delved into that -- as much as they could absent cooperation from Schiller or Apple -- and paints a picture of man who, in many ways, is very different than Steve Jobs yet who embodies many of his principles and visions.

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4 years ago

Olo for iPhone and iPad review

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Olo for iPhone and iPad review

Olo by Sennep recently slid into feature status in the game section of the App Store, promising a casual and minimalistic board game experience.

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4 years ago

Best free kids apps for iPad

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Best free kids apps for iPad

Looking for great free kids apps for your iPad? The App Store is home to over half a million apps and games, and a surprising number of them are available for free. Some of the most popular free apps are free apps for kids. We're talking videos, interactive books, games, music and more!

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4 years ago

Not nuking the future

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Not nuking the future

Apple doesn't nuke the future. They don't announce so many new products and services it scorches the market and blots out the shelves. They don't copy and create so many new features and SKUs each year that no one can keep up, and many are left unadopted or simply abandoned.

They have confidence enough to focus, to place a very small amount of huge bets on consumer demand. Rather than dropping every atom and bit imaginable, they carefully line up single shots.

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4 years ago

iOS 6 banners start going up at Moscone Center in preparation for WWDC

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iOS 6 banners start going up at Moscone Center in preparation for WWDC

We're about as ready as we'll ever be for WWDC next week, and though the announcement of iOS 6 was actually little more than a safe bet so far, banners at the Moscone Center confirm that Apple will be announcing their next-generation mobile operating system next week. It's being labeled as "the world's most advanced mobile operating system" and comes along with a new fingerprint-styled icon.

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4 years ago

Apple rumored to release their own app-tracking utility for iOS developers

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Apple rumored to release their own app-tracking utility for iOS developers

WWDC is right around the corner, and though we're expecting lots of iOS 6 news and maybe some Apple TV stuff, there's apparently going to be yet another goodie for developers at the show: a means by which devs can see how their customers are using apps all Big Brother style.

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4 years ago

iPhone 5 rendered in 3D based on leaked parts

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iPhone 5 rendered in 3D based on leaked parts

We've seen a lot of supposed hardware of the iPhone 5 and plenty of hints as to what we'll see in iOS 6, so some designers have mashed it all together in AutoCAD and created models what they expect the final product will look like. Blackpool Creative has released a big zip file full of still images of their renderings and put together a short video.

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4 years ago

Apple settles 4G advertising case in Australia, agrees to pay $2.25 million penalty

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Apple settles 4G advertising case in Australia, agrees to pay $2.25 million penalty

Apple has agreed to pay a $2.25 million fine plus $300,000 in legal costs following a complaint from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission about the "4G" branding on the iPad. The LTE connectivity in the new iPad is incompatible with Australia's current network, meaning the iOS tablet could only connect over HSPA+.

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