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4 years ago

Zynga buys Draw Something creator, OMGPOP

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Zynga buys Draw Something creator, OMGPOP

Zynga, the undisputed behemoth in social gaming, has just acquired OMGPOP, the developer of a hugely successful game called Draw Something.

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4 years ago

How to print from your new iPad using AirPrint

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How to print from your new iPad using AirPrint

There will probably come a time when you're surfing the web, reading a news article, or viewing a document on your new iPad that you stumble across something you'll want to print out. AirPrint makes is super easy to print documents straight from your iPad.

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4 years ago

Yelp app now integrated into Siri restaurant searches on iPhone 4S

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Yelp app now integrated into Siri restaurant searches on iPhone 4S

iOS 5.1 landed earlier this month without much fanfare, but there's one nice little nugget that we hadn't noticed before; when searching for restaurants through Siri, tapping on listings will launch right into Yelp.

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4 years ago

Apple pushing nano-SIM standard on Motorola, RIM and Nokia

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Apple pushing nano-SIM standard on Motorola, RIM and Nokia

Apple is butting heads with RIM, Motorola, and Nokia over the next evolution of SIM card sizes. After paving the way for the micro-SIM format, which has since been adopted by Nokia for their Lumia series, Apple is now putting pressure on the European Telecommunications Standards Institute to recognize their nano-SIM format as the next industry standard.

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4 years ago

Quickly and easily build an organized collection of recipes with Basil —A Smart Recipe Book For iPad

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Quickly and easily build an organized collection of recipes with Basil —A Smart Recipe Book For iPad

Basil — A Smart Recipe Book For iPad is app that lets you save recipes for around the web and keep them organized. It features a very simple and basic UI so that it's easy to see and use while cooking.

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4 years ago

New iPad hot or not temperature test

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New iPad hot or not temperature test

Does the new iPad actually get warm when it's being put to heavy use? One blogger, a meat thermometer, an oven mitt, and a pair of tongs aim to find out!

Consumer Reports decided to see if it could once again repeat it's infamous iPhone 4 antennagate traffic and media bookings by cooking up a little new iPad controversy -- which we're dubbing warmgate. So, we thought we here at iMore, thought we'd test things for ourselves. Totally unscientifically, of course.

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4 years ago

Have the entire world at your fingertips with Barefoot World Atlas for iPad

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Have the entire world at your fingertips with Barefoot World Atlas for iPad

Barefoot World Atlas is an educational iPad app that is essentially a globe filled with information in the form of text, narration, and photos. As you scroll around and zoom in on the globe, you will discover various points of interest along the earth's surface and the official flag for each country.

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4 years ago

Does your new iPad get warm? [Poll]

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Does your new iPad get warm? [Poll]

Does your new iPad get warm? And is it a problem?

We first noticed our new iPads were getting a little warm on the lower left side right after we got them, but only because previous iPads had always stayed so cool. For years our MacBooks have burned under Flash and our iPhones have become tiny space heaters when tethering or using turn-by-turn GPS, so no big deal. You can't pack that big a screen, that high a capacity battery, that screaming a graphics chip, and that fast an LTE radio into a case almost the same size and not have all that power go somewhere, right?

The new iPads higher running temperature been confirmed by scientific testing now, and addressed in a quote from Apple, but that hasn't stopped the headlines tripping all over themselves already.

Luckily, iPads will cool down when we stop downloading or stop playing, but the dumb headlines will last forever.

In the meantime, we wanted to do our own poll of the iMore Nation and find out what our community of iOS enthusiasts thought of the issue. How hot is your iPad running? And is it too hot?

Is this just one more mainstream media attempt to get Apple into a fake-gate, or is the heat a real issue that deserves attention and will need to be further addressed?

Vote in the poll up top and let me know your thoughts in the comments, and in our new iPad forums!

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4 years ago

Official Mobile Nations Retina iPad wallpapers: Android Central, Crackberry.com, webOS Nation, more!

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Official Mobile Nations Retina iPad wallpapers: Android Central, Crackberry.com, webOS Nation, more!

After posting Retina-ready iPad wallpapers for iMore yesterday, we received a ton of requests for more -- you wanted the special edition iMore rainbow logo, you wanted iPhone versions, and some of you even wanted Android Central, CrackBerry.com, webOS nation, and full on Mobile Nations 2048x2048 wallpapers (don't worry, your secrets are safe with us!

So we've re-rendered everything and posted all of the above in the iMore forums. You can find them there now in both full color for the Lock screen, and in subtle gray for the home screen (in case you don't want them clashing with your app icons.

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4 years ago

Sprint's ability to afford an LTE 4G iPhone called into question

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Sprint's ability to afford an LTE 4G iPhone called into question

Bernstein Research analyst Craig Moffett downgraded his rating on Sprint stock to underperform, along with a note that says bankruptcy is a very real threat with the LTE iPhone looming.

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4 years ago

Blizzard looking into getting World of Warcraft onto iPhone

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Blizzard looking into getting World of Warcraft onto iPhone

In a recent interview, Blizzard senior producer John Lagrave said "it would be foolish for any game developer to not be looking " at getting their game onto the iPhone, and admitted that they have been exploring how to get World of Warcraft into the mobile interface.

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4 years ago

Want landscape documents and more paper sizes for Pages for iPhone and iPad? We've got them for you!

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Want landscape documents and more paper sizes for Pages for iPhone and iPad? We've got them for you!

One of the huge disappointments of Pages for iPhone and iPad is there are only two paper sizes available: US Letter and A4. Even worse, is that you can't even create a document with these sizes in landscape! However, if you first create the document in Pages for Mac and open it with Pages on your iPhone or iPad, the document size and orientation will remain unchanged.

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4 years ago

New iPad (LTE 32GB) costs $364.35 in parts, sells for $729

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New iPad (LTE 32GB) costs $364.35 in parts, sells for $729

iSuppli has tallied up the cost in parts and manufacturing for the various new iPad models, and determined that the 32 GB new iPad with LTE costs $364.35 in materials ($375.10 after manufacturing costs). This is a pretty stark difference to the $729 retail pricetag.

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4 years ago

How to watch Flash videos on your new iPad

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How to watch Flash videos on your new iPad

Trying to figure out how to watch Flash videos on your new iPad? Unfortunately, Apple has never supported the Adobe Flash Player plugin (or any web browser plugin) for a number of stability, security, and other reasons, and Adobe has recently discontinued their attempts to get Flash to work properly on mobile devices in general. (It was designed for big, powerful computers, not highly portable, low power phones and tablets.)

But all hope is not lost! There are still a variety of ways to watch Flash videos on your iPad. (Some of these also work for Microsoft Silverlight content, like Netflix.com!)

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4 years ago

The new iPad confirmed to run hotter than last model [Update: Apple statement]

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The new iPad confirmed to run hotter than last model [Update: Apple statement]

Anecdotal suspicions that the new iPad operated at a noticeably higher temperature than the iPad 2 have been backed up now that someone has pointed an infrared camera at the thing to see what's up. After running GLBenchmark for five minutes, the new iPad ended up being much hotter than the iPad 2 - 33.6 degrees Clesius versus 28.3 degrees Celesius.

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