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5 years ago

iMaxi Maxi Pad iPad Case from Etsy

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iMaxi Maxi Pad iPad Case from Etsy

You knew with a name like the iPad, the jokes they would follow but Hiphandmaids Etsy takes it to a new level.

They have developed a real, usable case which is in the form of a feminine napkin -- and yes it has wings. Etsy is selling these "cases" for $30.00 US for the month of March as a promotion.

Here is how Etsy describes the case on their website:

With its durable vinyl outer layer and plush, quilted-cotton sleeve, the iMaxi helps keep your iPad clean and dry. Plus, the iMaxi's Velcro-latched, advanced wing design wraps snugly around your device, so your iPad always stays where it should. Best of all, it shields it from all those unsightly and embarrassing data leaks that would make any motherboard worry!

Each handmade iMaxi can be easily customized to fit your active lifestyle. Please view other listings for different color options including our "lived in" red thread interior. If you don’t see a color you like, just ask!

So if I bought one for Rene, which should I get, white or lived in ?

A couple more pics after the break!

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5 years ago

TiPb Give-Away: HyperMac Nano Battery for iPhone/iPod

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TiPb Give-Away: HyperMac Nano Battery for iPhone/iPod

The HyperMac Nano by HyperShop is an external battery for iPhone and iPod with a built in charging cable. It's highly portable, looks and feels great, and is made of 1800mAh lithium ion which provides up 1.5 times full recharge of the iPhone.

To learn more and get details about the give-away, follow us after the break!

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5 years ago

Apple iPad -- Should You Buy One?

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Apple iPad -- Should You Buy One?

Apple announced the iPad as a magical and revolutionary new product, their most advanced technology ever, and their attempt to grow the widely popular iPhone OS into the troubled tablet marketplace. It becomes available for pre-order this Friday, March 12 and goes on sale on Saturday, April 3 (in the US, international launch in late April).

But should you buy one, and if you should, when? Check out our advanced iPad preview for information on the device itself, then keep reading after the break for our advice on buying!

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5 years ago

Video iChat References Removed from iPhone 3.2 SDK Beta 4

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Video iChat References Removed from iPhone 3.2 SDK Beta 4

9to5Mac continues to search the latest iPhone 3.2 SDK beta and have found that Apple has removed all of the video iChat references that were found in the first beta a few weeks back showing icons for accepting and declining video chat, as well as strings referencing the same functions.

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5 years ago

AT&T Working Hard to Deliver iPhone Tethering Soon?

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AT&T Working Hard to Deliver iPhone Tethering Soon?

According to emails sent from AT&T employees to MacDailyNews readers, the network is working hard to enable iPhone tethering as soon as possible. Many of our readers are still waiting patiently to see when AT&T will flip the switch on iPhone tethering and if you contact AT&T the following are the contents of the cookie cutter reply you will receive in your inbox.

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5 years ago

Multitasking Support to be Included in Apple's iPhone 4.0 Software

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Multitasking Support to be Included in Apple's iPhone 4.0 Software

AppleInsider is reporting that they are hearing from reliable sources to expect multitasking in Apple's iPhone 4.0 software. This is not the first time we've heard about multitasking being included in 4.0 but if it does hold up to be true it should silence many of the iPhone haters out there while making all iPhone owners jump for joy.

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5 years ago

Inventor of Cell Phone Gave iPhone to Grandson, Tweets on Droid?!

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Inventor of Cell Phone Gave iPhone to Grandson, Tweets on Droid?!

No doubt a genius, but perhaps also Woz-centric (think eccentric but with technology founding stripes), cell phone inventor Martin Cooper always likes to have the latest and greatest mobile device on the planet. Ish, according C-SPAN:

Right now I'm using the Droid, because I want to get some experience with the Android operating system, and I, so far have some favorable results.

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5 years ago

TiPb Apps 4.4 -- Business Card Reader for iPhone

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TiPb Apps 4.4 -- Business Card Reader for iPhone

While I'm busy editing all the GDC 2010 gaming video we just shot, we're putting up our second to last look at Macworld 2010. Here Rene and Leanna talk with Alexander Ostroysky, Customer Care at Shape Services about Business Card Reader for iPhone, IM+, and their other apps.

Watch along after the break, and let us know what you think!

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5 years ago

New iPad Gestures in iPhone SDK 3.2

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New iPad Gestures in iPhone SDK 3.2

9to5Mac continues its tradition of tearing through new iPhone 3.2 SDK for iPad betas, this time digging into beta 4 and finding:

In the gestures folder, you'll see two new types of commands (3Tap.plist and LongPress.plist) that are certainly not implemented in the current 3.1 iPhone SDK.

No idea what these mean yet, but if you were Apple, what would you use the triple tap and long press for? (Aside from morse code!)

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5 years ago

Birdfeed Twitter Client is now Brizzly... and Free!

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Birdfeed Twitter Client is now Brizzly... and Free!

The delightful Twitter client Birdfeed has been bought, updated, and rebranded by Brizzly and is now available as Brizzly for iPhone... for free! [iTunes link]

If you're looking for a great Twitter client, give Brizzly a try. (Note: per comment below, you do need a brizzly.com account to use it which

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5 years ago

No TiPb Live Tonight, More GDC Coverage to Come!

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No TiPb Live Tonight, More GDC Coverage to Come!

Apologies everyone but there won't be a TiPb Live! tonight due to me being at GDC 2010, Chad being sick, and Mickey being horribly disappointed in the both of us.

We'll try to make it up to you with some more great GDC coverage, however. I've shot tons of video for TiPb Apps and will be posting it up in the feed asap. If you're hungry for instant content, I'm posting notes over on Twitter. Otherwise hang tight, we'll have a round up later this week.

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5 years ago

VoiceCentral's Black Swan Brings Google Voice to the iPhone

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VoiceCentral's Black Swan Brings Google Voice to the iPhone

Riverturn has entered into the Google Voice for iPhone arena with it's latest offering VoiceCentral Black Swan. Google Voice and iPhone have a long history together and it has not been pretty, until now that is.

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5 years ago

TiPb Gear: Aquapac Case for iPhone and iPod

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TiPb Gear: Aquapac Case for iPhone and iPod

The Aquapac case is a waterproof case for your iPhone and iPod [$24.95 Store Link] for anyone who wants to the beach, pool, fishing, or take their device anywhere near the dangers of water. What the Acquapac misses out in looks it makes up for in sheer usability. Watch us put it to the test, after the break!

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5 years ago

iTunes LP was Record Labels' Idea?

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iTunes LP was Record Labels' Idea?

GigaOm is reporting that, contrary to speculation that Steve Jobs wanted to return us to a more analog time when we bought new albums and sank back for ours drinking in every liner note and detail, iTunes LP was actually the record labels' idea:

I’m told by an industry source who preferred to remain anonymous that iTunes LP wasn’t Apple’s idea in the first place. Rather, it’s the result of the same renegotiations between Apple and the major record labels that yielded DRM-free songs and flexible pricing early last year, a concession by Cupertino to make a gesture in favor of album sales as consumers increasingly show a preference for digital singles.

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5 years ago

TiPb Apps 4.3: Street Fighter IV for iPhone (GDC 2010)

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TiPb Apps 4.3: Street Fighter IV for iPhone (GDC 2010)

Live from GDC 2010 Rene talks to Tezuka-san, Street Fighter IV [$9.99 - iTunes link] iPhone producer for Capcom (via translator) about making Street Fighter for the iPhone and iPod touch, getting the controls right, and whether or not we might see Street Fighter for the iPad.

Tezuka-san points out how Capcom decided to make the controls very customizable, allowing users to choose whether they want the button low down, in the middle, or high up, and set the level of transparency. This means you can hold the iPhone or iPod touch anyway you like and set up the controls just the way you like.

I had a chance to play it just before release and while I got my butt kicked in multiplayer, the game looked gorgeous and handled very well. I could pull off what few moves I remembered from my childhood in the arcade, and I could resort to button (er... screen) mashing when all else failed. (Yes, just like my childhood in the arcade.)

For the iPad, they're going to sit down and figure out how the controls work and what the experience is like on that screen with that form factor. If it makes sense, they'll do it. If not, there are other Capcom games that certainly might. It's all about the quality of the end product for them.

Watch along after the break!

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