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3 years ago

Best of Smartphone Experts, 22 Aug 2010

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Best of Smartphone Experts, 22 Aug 2010

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3 years ago

iPad live tonight! 6pm PT/9pm ET/2am BST

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iPad live tonight! 6pm PT/9pm ET/2am BST

You know the drill. Come time, we'll be talking about everything iPad. We'd love to talk with you, so come by, chat, and share you views.

  • 6pm PT/9pm ET/2am BST

We're back on http://www.imore.com/live/

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3 years ago

No Google Voice on iPhone: one year later

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No Google Voice on iPhone: one year later

Tech Crunch's Jason Kinkaid reminds us that it's been a year since Apple responded to the FCC about Google Voice's rejection (or perpetual non-acceptance) from the iPhone App Store.

Apple denying the app to those who want it, especially when it allows similar apps such as Line2 into the App Store, means it's almost certainly what we thought it was last year -- less to do with what the app does than what it represents.

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3 years ago

Kevin Rose: new Apple TV/iTV will change everything

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Kevin Rose: new Apple TV/iTV will change everything

Digg founder Kevin Rose thinks the upcoming $99, iOS-powered Apple TV/iTV will change everything when it launches this September:

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3 years ago

Adobe Flash gives up on iPhone, gives out on Android?

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Adobe Flash gives up on iPhone, gives out on Android?

Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen has told Telegraph that, since Apple's just not that into Flash, he and his almost ubiquitous plugin are moving on:

"We believe in open systems. We believe in the power of the internet and in customers making choices and I think a lot of the controversy was about their decision at that point. They've made their choice. We've made ours and we've moved on." [Telegraph]

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3 years ago

Facebook for iPhone not playing nice with Jailbreak, fix coming soon

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Facebook for iPhone not playing nice with Jailbreak, fix coming soon

If you read the comments on our Facebook 3.2 and Facebook 3.2.1 posts, you might see that the latest version(s) of the uber-popular social networking app is having a little trouble on Jailbroken iPhones. Looks like Facebook is aware of the problems and working on a fix:

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3 years ago

Palm to go Retina Display with webOS 2.0, next generation handsets?

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Palm to go Retina Display with webOS 2.0, next generation handsets?

Derek Kessler over at sibling site PreCentral.net let us know that developer logs are showing traces of webOS 2.0 supporting the same 960x640 resolution as Apple's iPhone 4 Retina Display:

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3 years ago

Droid 2 gets reviewed - the competition

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Droid 2 gets reviewed - the competition

Phil Nickinson from Android Central has done a full review of the Verizon Motorola Droid 2, the second coming of the first Android phone to really rocket into the mainstream. With a big screen, ample app marketplace, full hardware keyboard, and Android 2.2 Froyo, it seems to improve upon the original in every way, even if it now faces stiffer competition from its own sibling on its own network, the Droid X. How does it net out?

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3 years ago

Jobs: Performance fix for iOS 4 on iPhone 3G coming soon

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Jobs: Performance fix for iOS 4 on iPhone 3G coming soon

Steve Jobs has purportedly told a beleaguered iPhone 3G user that an iOS 4 performance boost is coming soon via software update. Here's the complaint:

I've waited patiently through 4.0.1 and 4.0.2, looking for a fix that will make my phone work again. I've read the forums that advise me to jailbreak my phone or use some other method so I can downgrade back to a version of iPhone 3, however I'm not prepared to use a method that is not supported by Apple.

And the reply from Steve Jobs:

Software update coming soon.

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3 years ago

PEOPLE Magazine for iPad available, free for print subscribers

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PEOPLE Magazine for iPad available, free for print subscribers

PEOPLE magazine is now available for iPad. The application is free to download, but each issue is a $3.99 in-app purchase. However, if you are a subscriber to the print version of PEOPLE, you get the iPad version for free! Unfortunately, there is not a subscription model in place with the app. So subscribing to strictly the iPad version is not an option.

In addition to the content of the print version of PEOPLE, the iPad version offers even more:

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