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4 years ago

Elevation Dock for iPhone

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Elevation Dock for iPhone

If you're a fan of the glass bead-blasted aluminum look of Apple's MacBook line and wished you could have an iPhone dock with the same level of elegant sophistication and industrial beauty, you're in luck -- head on over to Kickstarter and back the Elevation Dock now.

Simple to use, quick undocking, and it works with or without a case. We didn't stop there - It's beautifully precision machined from solid aluminum and it comes in a gorgeous set of surface finishes, setting a new bar for quality and something that looks really good on your desk. It complements the high-level craftsmanship of the iPhone like no other.

Can't wait for mine to get here. Kickstarter is costing me some money.

Source: Kickstarter

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4 years ago

Smule releases Magic Guitar for iPhone

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Smule releases Magic Guitar for iPhone

Magic Guitar is Smule's newest music app, similar to Magic Piano. To play the guitar, hold your iPhone like it's the neck of a guitar, and tap or slide the beams of light that pass across the screen. Just as with Magic Piano, you can listen live to others around the world while they play their music. The song selection includes many legendary artists including The Rolling Stones, Nirvana, Tom Petty, and Lynard Skynyrd.

Check out Smule's cofounder playing Scarborough Fair with Magic Guitar in the video below!

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4 years ago

BlackBerry 10 superphones not arriving until late 2012

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BlackBerry 10 superphones not arriving until late 2012

RIM announced their Q3 2011 results today, including the bloodbath that is PlayBook sales, and clusterfrak that is BlackBerry 10 superphones not being available until late 2012.

RIM needs to either get it together and become the competition we sorely need, or hope their stock drops low enough that CrackBerry Kevin can buy them with left over watch money and turn them around himself.

Either way, it deeply angers me to have to say, I told you thusly.

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4 years ago

iTunes Match online music locker launches internationally

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iTunes Match online music locker launches internationally

iTunes Match seems to be going live internationally right now -- and for real this time, not like yesterday. International iTunes users are now once again getting the sign up page for the iTunes Match. Folks in Canada, Ireland, Mexico, Australia, France, New Zealand and various other regions are reporting successful signs ups for the service.

Not everyone has been successful though. If you're having trouble:

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4 years ago

Bjango releases Consume 2 for iPhone, adds iPad

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Bjango releases Consume 2 for iPhone, adds iPad

Consume 2 is a Bjango's big update to their excellent account and usage tracking app for iPhone, and this time around it adds universal binary support for iPad as well. Consume is designed to help you keep track of your usage for mobile phone, broadband, packages, toll and reward cards, and more. It features a gorgeous UI with graphs and bars as a way to visually explain your usage.

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4 years ago

TimmyMe - The official Tim Hortons app receives a makeover

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TimmyMe - The official Tim Hortons app receives a makeover

If you live in Canada then you'll know of Tim Hortons. You really cannot travel to far without seeing a Tim Hortons in any portion of Canada and while the franchise is slowly making its way across the US  -- it keeps maintains it dominance over other franchises such as Starbucks and Dunkin' Donuts in the great white north.

And now -- Tim Hortons has upped their game quite a bit releasing a new version of their TimmyMe application. The previous version lacked some polish but the latest release has received a UI makeover and more importantly -- now has some freshly added features:

Restaurant Finder

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4 years ago

Apple TV software update 4.4.4 now available

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Apple TV software update 4.4.4 now available

Apple has updated the 2nd-generation Apple TV software to version 4.4.4, which includes general performances and stability improvements and a fix related to an issue that displayed an error when attempting to play certain types of video content.

The new software update comes just a month after their 4.4.3 update, which added support for Netflix streaming in Mexico as well as addressing an audio problem when playing sound through the optical port when your television set is turned off, and carries a new build number (9A406a).

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4 years ago

Roku for iPhone now available

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Roku for iPhone now available

Roku users rejoice! An app to control your Roku streaming player has been released. With it, you can launch or rate any channel, browse the Roku Channel Store, and control multiple Roku players.

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4 years ago

Daily Apps: GoodReader for iPad, Wind-up Knight, Hugo Retro Mania, TapShot, mGifts

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Daily Apps: GoodReader for iPad, Wind-up Knight, Hugo Retro Mania, TapShot, mGifts

GoodReader for iPad: Now with AFP connections + AFP Auto Sync to connect to shared folders on a Mac, to Apple Time Capsule, and to other AFP-enabled NAS drives.

Wind-up Knight: Guide your Wind-up Knight through devilish levels--over 50 in all--to rescue the Princess from the clutches of the evil Black Knight. Run, jump, roll, and slash your way to victory. Wind-up Knight is the type of challenging game you have been waiting for.

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4 years ago

iPhone Live 184: iPhone 4S 2 months later

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iPhone Live 184: iPhone 4S 2 months later

Rene, Seth, and Jon Fingas of Electronista talk iPhone 4S 2 months later, Galaxy Nexus competition, Nokia hipsters, iOS 5.1 beta 2, PhotoStream, fake iPhone strings, Netflix, Microsoft apps, newnew Twitter, UI, and more. This is iPhone Live!

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4 years ago

Hipstamatic Disposable by Synthetic Corp now available

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Hipstamatic Disposable by Synthetic Corp now available

Hipstamatic Disposable is Synthetic Corp's new photography app that brings a new twist to the idea of a social photography. With Hipstamatic Disposable, you take pictures as if you have a roll of film and you can't see the photos until the film gets "developed". However, you can share this roll of film with your friends so that they can contribute to the photos taken on the film. Once the film is used up, it gets developed and all the contributors have access to all the photos. Oh, and did I mention that the photos get processed with filters that Synthetic Corp is famous for?

I both love and hate this app. I love the concept, absolutely love it. It's going to be fun to share rolls of film on Christmas since about 8 of us have an iPhone or iPod touch and can contribute to taking pictures. But I hate how much of the screen is taken up by the graphics of a camera. It's kind of cool, but not practical. I need a bigger viewfinder, not a shutter button that takes up half the screen! I also hate the in-app purchase system. I am more than happy to purchase new cameras that use different filters, but Synthetic Corp requires that you buy rolls of film so that you have to continue making purchases if you want to take more pictures. It's $0.99 for a 9 pack, $1.99 for a 36 pack, and $4.99 for a 99 pack.

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4 years ago

Mobile Nations on iTunes, Mobile Nations Enterprise launches tomorrow!

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Mobile Nations on iTunes, Mobile Nations Enterprise launches tomorrow!

We've launched the Mobile Nations network brand, we've launched great new shows like Girls Gone Gadgets and Stock Talk, and while you'd think we'd be happy enough now to take some time off for holiday cheer, we figured we'd throw out just a few more things to celebrate in 2011.

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4 years ago

Apple accidentally launching, revoking international iTunes TV, iTunes Match services

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Apple accidentally launching, revoking international iTunes TV, iTunes Match services

Last week an iTunes TV show menu suddenly started showing up on international Apple TVs, didn't work, and subsequently disappeared. This week iTunes Match suddenly started showing up for international iTunes users, didn't work, and Apple subsequently offered refunds to those who'd tried to purchase it.

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4 years ago

Steve Jobs initially opposed to Apple's "Here's to the Crazy Ones" commercial?

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Steve Jobs initially opposed to Apple's "Here's to the Crazy Ones" commercial?

Forbes has published an interesting account involving the famous 1997 Think Different ad campaign, "Here's To The Crazy Ones", from Rob Siltanen, one of the advertising executives who helped put it all together. According to Stiltanen, Jobs was originally opposed to the TV spot.

[CEO of TBWA/Chiat/Day Advertising, Lee Clow] and I flew to Cupertino to play the spot in person to Jobs. Only the three of us were in the room. We played the spot once, and when it finished, Jobs said, “It sucks! I hate it! It’s advertising agency s--t! I thought you were going to write something like ‘Dead Poets Society!’ This is crap!”

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4 years ago

Record streaming TV on your iPhone or iPad with TV Anytime

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Record streaming TV on your iPhone or iPad with TV Anytime

TV Anytime is an iPhone and iPad app that lets you record streaming TV to your device for later viewing. The recording must be done on your computer, then synced over to your iPhone or iPad via Wi-Fi or USB. Once the content has been stored to your iPhone or iPad, you can watch it whenever you like without the need for an internet connection.

Unfortunately, you need a Windows 7 PC with at least a dual core 1.5GHz processor to use TV Anytime - it is currently not available for Mac.

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