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4 years ago

Daily Tip: How to share iPhone and iPad photos via iMessage

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Daily Tip: How to share iPhone and iPad photos via iMessage

Taken a bunch of great photos with your brand new iPhone -- or photos with your new iPad or iPod touch -- and wondering how to share them with the people you know? There are several ways, including Mail and Twitter, but you can easily use Apple's new iMessages service for free, or old style MMS if your friend or family member doesn't yet have an iOS 5 device of their very own.

If you already know how to do this, just save the link for family and friends who might not! (We'll do the helping so you don't have to!)

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4 years ago

Apple files complaint against iPhone 4S-named porn domains

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Apple files complaint against iPhone 4S-named porn domains

According to Domain Name Wire, Apple has filed a complaint with the World Intellectual Property Forum against 7 porn sites that include iPhone 4S in their domain name, including iPhone4S.com (!) which currently redirects to "Free Naughty for Mobile".

And really, you have to ask yourself why Apple didn’t proactively get that domain name before releasing the product. It was registered in August 2008, so someone else had the foresight to follow Apple’s naming conventions.

Indeed. Hopefully iPhone5S through iPhone 500S are now all safely registered by Apple's agents.

Source: Domain Name Wire

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4 years ago

Apple ads new don't-purge, don't-back-up file store in iOS 5

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Apple ads new don't-purge, don't-back-up file store in iOS 5

Apple has announced that, as part of iOS 5.0.1 beta 1, they've added something that should eliminate the problems iOS 5.0 had with purging data -- everything from Instapaper pages to flight charts.

It introduces a new way for developers to specify files that should remain on device, even in low storage situations.

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4 years ago

Chris V: How I use my iPhone and iPad as a biology professor

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Chris V: How I use my iPhone and iPad as a biology professor

In addition to being an iPhone/iPad enthusiast, I am a full time biology professor at the University of Texas Pan-American. Since I first purchased my iPhone in 2008, and my iPad in 2010, I have found them to be indispensible tools that I use almost on a daily basis. Some of the apps are the routine built in apps (calendar, contacts, etc) while others are specialty apps that I used for a specific task. As a faculty member, I divide my activities into one of three categories - teaching, research, and service, and I use these two devices in each arena..

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4 years ago

New Nook Tablet gets leaked

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New Nook Tablet gets leaked

Phil Nickinson over at Android Central got his hands on some pre-release info about Barnes and Noble's next great iPad competitor, the Nook Tablet.

Let's start with the obvious: Even in a photocopied black-and-white image, it looks like the Nook Color, no? And it retains many of the same features. Same retangular design, same rounded corners, same hook in the lower left. The display is unchanged as well -- a 7-inch VividView IPS display at 1024x600 resolution and 169 pixels per inch. But inside. Man, this thing's been beefed up.

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4 years ago

Kevin Rose's Oink app hits the App Store

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Kevin Rose's Oink app hits the App Store

Oink, a new app from Kevin Rose's app development lab Milk, is now available for download in the App Store. Oink is a social recommendation and ranking app that takes a Foursquare-like check-in approach, letting users rate and rank the different items -- instead of places -- that they like.

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4 years ago

Siri down for you?

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Siri down for you?

We're getting a bunch of emails and tweets asking if Siri is down for anyone else, so we're guessing the answer to that is -- yes, yes it is. It's still working for some of us, mind you, and Siri has been up and down intermittently, and a often, since launch, but this once again seems to be more widespread than normal.

So you know the drill -- let us know if Siri is down for you, and if so, where you are, how long it's been down for, and when it goes back up.

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4 years ago

Introducing Mobile Nations Broadcasting, Girls Gone Gadgets premieres tonight at 10:30pm EDT!

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Introducing Mobile Nations Broadcasting, Girls Gone Gadgets premieres tonight at 10:30pm EDT!

When Kevin introduced you to Mobile Nations, he mentioned some of the great new initiatives we had planned. We've been hard at work on one of those for a while now -- Mobile Nations Broadcasting.

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4 years ago

iPhone Live 178: Input One

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iPhone Live 178: Input One

Rene, Georgia, Seth, and Marc Edwards of Bjango talk iOS 5.0.1 and battery life, Gmail for iPhone, new iPhone 4S ads, the Apple television, and Siri on iPhone 4. This is iPhone Live!

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4 years ago

Top 5 best Jailbreak apps and tweaks for iOS 5

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Top 5 best Jailbreak apps and tweaks for iOS 5

Even with all iOS 5 has to offer, if you're anything like me you'll always find a reason to jailbreak. I've always been the type of person who wants more flexibility and control over my iPhone. Luckily, a bunch of Jailbreak tweaks and apps have been updated for iOS 5 compatibility and allow me to have just that.

There will no doubt be a flood of them soon but for right now, right this minute, here are a list of our favorites, the ones we think are the best — TiPb’s Top 5 Jailbreak apps and tweaks that will help you get the most out of iOS 5!

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4 years ago

App Store still more gamble than gold

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App Store still more gamble than gold

Chris Stevens at Fast Company has written about the harrowing ordeal of being a small time developer in the big time App Store. It's nothing new, but it's something that hasn't been in the headlines for a while.

It’s this label “gold rush” that has been most often applied to the App Store. The potential for success, and risk of failure, is so great that in many ways the App Store has provoked a gold rush among developers. Although the successes are spectacular, the failures are apocalyptic. The mainstream press focuses on the glorious few and gives very little attention to the money being lost on the App Store--a problem compounded by the embarrassed silence of those struggling to turn a profit on their work. In a climate where approximately 540 apps are submitted for review every day, it’s easy to see why the Appillionaires are an exclusive and rare breed.

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4 years ago

Jawbone Up available on Sunday, iPhone fitness accessory to help you live healthier [video]

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Jawbone Up available on Sunday, iPhone fitness accessory to help you live healthier [video]

The highly anticipated iPhone fitness accessory, Jawbone Up, will be available this Sunday. A colorful wrist band with built in sensors and a vibration motor, Jawbone Up is designed to track your eating, sleeping and exercise patterns.

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4 years ago

Daily Apps: IntoNow,

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Daily Apps: IntoNow,

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!

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4 years ago

App Giveaway: Create your own ringtones with Ringtonium for iPhone

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App Giveaway: Create your own ringtones with Ringtonium for iPhone

Ringtonium, the popular ringtone creation app, just got better. It now has a wheel for fine-tuning the beginning and end of the chosen clip for your ringtone. It also has a mic so that you can record your own sounds and effects.

I played around with Ringtonium, and it's a fantastic little app. The UI looks nice and is super easy to use. The adjustment wheel is really what differentiates this app from being good to being great. Say goodbye to awkwardly cut off ringtones, now you can fine-tune them to end at just the perfect spot.

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4 years ago

Redsn0w still offers jailbreak solution for iOS 5.01 beta [Updated]

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Redsn0w still offers jailbreak solution for iOS 5.01 beta [Updated]

According to Dev Team member MuscleNerd, the current version of Redsn0w can still jailbreak the beta of iOS 5.01. In case you missed the news, Apple released a beta of iOS 5.01 to developers yesterday to address various bug fixes; notably battery life. The good news is that you can still jailbreak it using Redsn0w. If you have decided that you can’t suffer the iOS 5 bugs any longer but don’t want to forfeit your jailbreak either, you are safe to proceed.

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