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4 years ago

Quip for iPad review

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Quip for iPad review

Quip is a new Twitter app for the iPad designed by the incredible development team Glasshouse Apps. I know what you're thinking: "another Twitter app?" Yes, but Quip is no ordinary Twitter app. Quip takes a refreshing approach that focuses on making it easy to follow conversations.

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4 years ago

All six Steve Jobs interviews at the D conference now available as audio and video podcasts

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All six Steve Jobs interviews at the D conference now available as audio and video podcasts

All Steve Jobs appearances at the All Things D conference have now been made available as podcasts on iTunes. There are many videos of Steve Jobs around today, there are a lot of him presenting at product launches and of course his famous Stanford commencement but there are very few actual sit down interviews.

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4 years ago

Regarding an Apple TV App Store

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Regarding an Apple TV App Store

You'll hear a lot more discussion of this at the tail end of tonights iPhone & iPad Live podcast with Seth Clifford of Nickelfish and David Barnard of App Cubby, but as rumors are spreading that WWDC 2012 might bring with it an "App Store" for Apple TV, I wanted to get something up on the site about it as well.

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4 years ago

Apple rumored to have acquired music editing software developer Redmatica

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Apple rumored to have acquired music editing software developer Redmatica

Word has it that Apple has picked up an Italian developer called Redmatica, which makes Mac music editing software called Keymap Pro, among other products. Last night, Tim Cook mentioned that Apple doesn't tend to be particularly public with its acquisitions, so there's no official confirmation about the buy, but there are some pretty solid documents backing up the rumor from the Italian Communications Regulatory Authority.

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4 years ago

Spirits for iPhone and iPad review

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Spirits for iPhone and iPad review

One of the many, many games on sale through the Because We May promotion is Spirits by Spaces of Play, and even though it's two years old, it has weathered the test of time well enough to be featured by Apple, and we figured it was worth a fresh review.

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4 years ago

iPhone & iPad Live podcast -- WWDC preview! -- tonight at 9pm EDT / 6pm PDT / 2am BST

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iPhone & iPad Live podcast -- WWDC preview! -- tonight at 9pm EDT / 6pm PDT / 2am BST

The best iOS podcast in the world returns tonight to talk all the latest iPhone and iPad news, how-tos, and app and accessory reviews. This week we begin our WWDC 2012 preview with special guest David Barnard of App Cubby. You don't want to miss it!

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4 years ago

Diet Coda vs. Gusto vs. Textastic: Code editor for iPad app shootout!

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Diet Coda vs. Gusto vs. Textastic: Code editor for iPad app shootout!

Code and text editor apps for iPad are making it easier for web developers to make quick changes and access sites while on the go (or, frankly, from poolside). Gusto, Textastic, and the newly released Diet Coda will all get the job done -- but does one do it better than the rest?

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4 years ago

Supposed iPhone 5 front panel schematics leaked

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Supposed iPhone 5 front panel schematics leaked

Yesterday, we saw a clear picture of what was supposedly the casing part for the iPhone 5 launching this fall, and today we have this shot of its manufacturing schematic.  

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4 years ago

Apple rumored to show off iTV operating system at WWDC

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Apple rumored to show off iTV operating system at WWDC

We've been hearing an awful lot about Apple making their own TV set lately, and we may get a glance at the operating system that will be powering it next week at the Worldwide Developer Conference. Details are scarce, but apparently the iTV OS will include a control out API for accessory manufacturers and other third parties, which could quickly turn an Apple-made television into the connected hub for your home.

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4 years ago

iOS slammed as "crystal prison" by Electronic Frontier Foundation

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iOS slammed as "crystal prison" by Electronic Frontier Foundation

The Electronic Frontiter Foundation (EFF), an electronic rights activist group, has recently labeled the iPhone and iPad app ecosystem as a "crystal prison" for developers and end-users. The EFF's main justifications for this conclusion include Apple's content filters, restrictions on code usage (like ones tapping into AirPlay uninvited), and limiting developers to using Apple's payment infrastructure (though some devs seem pretty happy with the current set-up).

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4 years ago

Apple patents get ripped off, other people's patents don't get fairly licensed

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Apple patents get ripped off, other people's patents don't get fairly licensed

As the head of a publicly traded company -- THE most publicly traded company -- when asked on the D10 Conference stage about ongoing patent litigation, Apple's Tim Cook went straight into CEO mode.

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4 years ago

Apple screens, chipsets proudly made in the U.S.A.

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Apple screens, chipsets proudly made in the U.S.A.

As part of his D10 Conference interview last night, Apple CEO Tim Cook used the occasion to once again respond to critics of Apple's China policies and remind them key parts of the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad are in fact made in the U.S.A -- including the Corning Gorilla Glass screens and the Apple A4, Apple A5, and Apple A5X chipset "brains".

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4 years ago

PayPal looks to steal limelight from NFC with new PayPal inStore app

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PayPal looks to steal limelight from NFC with new PayPal inStore app

PayPal looks like it could steal the limelight away from NFC (Near Field Communication) payments in the UK with the release of its latest app. The new app which is called PayPal inStore allows UK shoppers to use their iPhone to pay for goods within certain stores. Those stores currently include fashion chains Coast, Oasis, Warehouse, and Karen Millen.

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4 years ago

Mobile Nations 16: People who do things

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Mobile Nations 16: People who do things

Kevin from CrackBerry.com, Phil from Android Central, Derek from webOS Nation, Daniel from WPCentral, Gary from Mobile Nations, and Rene from iMore talk iPhone 5 and iOS 6, BlackBerry 10, Samsung Galaxy S III and Jellybean, Windows 8, ecosystems vs. best of breed, and... the Facebook Phone. This is Mobile Nations!

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