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4 years ago

Review + Giveaway: Choiix Wave Stand for iPad

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Review + Giveaway: Choiix Wave Stand for iPad

The Choiix Wave Stand for iPad is an aluminum holder that will work for any tablet. It's beautiful looking -- almost Apple-esque -- well-made, sturdy, and inexpensive, what's not to love?

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4 years ago

Track your shifts with PayCal for iPhone

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Track your shifts with PayCal for iPhone

PayCal is an iPhone app to help shift workers, freelancers, and students keep tack of their hours. It supports multiple jobs and multiple shifts per day and calculate gross pay per shift and pay days.

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4 years ago

Daily Apps: Pinball City NY, AR Pho.to Cartoonizer, Media Safe - KYMS, iMommy, Tapfolio for Stocks

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Daily Apps: Pinball City NY, AR Pho.to Cartoonizer, Media Safe - KYMS, iMommy, Tapfolio for Stocks

  • Pinball City NY: Crooked cops. Gangsters everywhere. A beautiful dame. A dead body. Welcome to New York. [$1.99 for iPhone - App Store link] [$3.99 for iPad - App Store link]

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4 years ago

Monday Brief for November 28, 2011

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Monday Brief for November 28, 2011


4 years ago

New Best Buy TV ad aimed at bringing Apple Store customers into Best Buy

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4 years ago

Siri dictation now available on other iOS 5 devices with Siri0us [jailbreak]

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Siri dictation now available on other iOS 5 devices with Siri0us [jailbreak]

System wide voice-to-text dictation, once exclusive to iPhone 4S, has now been replicated on other iOS devices thanks to a Jailbreak hack called Siri0us. In order to use the dictation hack, you will need to have a jailbroken iOS 5 device. A point to note, the hack does not use Apple's servers, it solely uses the Nuance speech recognition system on device, and it does not provide any of the Siri voice control features.

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4 years ago

Cyber Monday Savings on iPhone / iPad Accessories in the TiPb Store!

4 years ago

Contest Winners: RF3 Earphones, SPY Mouse HD, SugarSync, Modern Combat 3, GarageBand

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Contest Winners: RF3 Earphones, SPY Mouse HD, SugarSync, Modern Combat 3, GarageBand

If there's one thing TiPb loves even more than iPhones and iPads, it's giving cool iPhone and iPad accessories and apps to our awesome readers. This week we have...

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4 years ago

iPad Live, tonight at 9pm ET. Be there!

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iPad Live, tonight at 9pm ET. Be there!

iPad Live, the best iPad podcast in the universe, is coming your way tonight, so find a hardline and get ready to jack into the Matrix, because if you thought bullet-time blew you away, you ain'

Time: 9pm ET, 6pm PT, 2am GMT.

Place: http://www.imore.com/live

If you have any questions or topics you'd like us to discuss, just leave them in the comments then come be part of the show!

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4 years ago

Week in iPad for November 27, 2011

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Week in iPad for November 27, 2011

Missed a compelling piece of iPad news, a great app review, or a killer how-to? We're not collecting absolutely everything in iPad here -- you can hit up TiPb.com/iPad for that! -- but we're carefully picking what we think is the best of the last 7 days and presenting it here. For you.

And hey! -- these double as show notes for our iPad Live! podcast tonight at 9pm Eastern. So join us and follow along!

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4 years ago

DracoDesign DRACO IV for iPhone 4S

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DracoDesign DRACO IV for iPhone 4S

The DracoDesign DRACO IV is an absolutely stunning aluminum bumper for the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S. I tested a limited edition Jewel Beatle on both the iPhone 4S and iPhone 4 for a couple weeks and came away impressed.

It does take a little bit of work to get the DRACO IV installed. It comes in two solid pieces. You need to properly place all the button caps into the proper cutouts and angle the larger of the two pieces so they don't fall out while you slide your iPhone into place. (Yes, it took me a couple of tries!) You can then slide on the other piece and secure it into place with two screws. Of course, that also means if you want to take it off you need to remove the screws, so it's not as convenient as a slide on case if that's important to you. But oh, the look!

The Jewel Beatle has an opalescent finish that alternates from blue to green to purple. It looks terrific. It also has nicely designed curves and angles that make it easier to grip and hold onto.

All the ports are accessible and widely cut, and fit Apple and most 3rd party dock and 3.5mm cables well. I did have a problem with a few extra thick cables, including a car charger and the POP phone receiver. So while you shouldn't have any trouble, do check your accessories if they tend towards the large size.

With aluminum bumpers there are always questions about what, if any, effect they may have on reception. In two weeks of use on two devices, iPhone 4S and iPhone 4, I did notice a drop of about 1 bar on average, on a few occasions, 2 bars. That's compared to other iPhones on the same network at the same time and place. It never caused any dropped calls or loss of data, but if you live or spend time in an area of really poor reception, it's something to keep in mind.

Overall, the DracoDesign DRACO IV is one of the most gorgeous cases I've used on my iPhone. It has a beautiful, sculpted look and the finish of the Jewel Beatle in particular is just fantastic.

Source: DracoDesign USA

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4 years ago

iPad vs. iPod touch vs. Kindle Fire: Which should you get?

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iPad vs. iPod touch vs. Kindle Fire: Which should you get?

Comparing the pros and cons, costs and features, between Apple's iPad 2 and iPod touch, and Amazon's new Kindle Fire

Trying to decide between an Apple iPad 2 or iPod touch and an Amazon Kindle, either for yourself or as a gift for someone else? There's a lot to consider -- the quality and dimensions of the hardware, the features and flexibility of the operating system, the availability and diversity of the content, the difference in cost and value, and we'll take you through all of it, point by point, to help you decide.

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4 years ago

PwnDev Team releases Ac1dSn0w jailbreak tool for iOS 5.0 and 5.0.1 [Updated]

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PwnDev Team releases Ac1dSn0w jailbreak tool for iOS 5.0 and 5.0.1 [Updated]

It's been a big day for the jailbreak community with a possible iPhone 4S unlock and the new crash reporting tool released by the Chronic Dev Team. Now the PwnDev Team has released a new jailbreak utility for iOS 5 and 5.0.1.

I’m pleased to announce that we’ve just released Beta 1 of Ac1dSn0w for Mac OS X Lion (should also work on Snow Leopard). Ac1dSn0w allows you to jailbreak your iDevice tethered. It also provides features like Tethered Boot, Pwned DFU, and Exit Recovery to get your device out of Recovery Loop.

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4 years ago

Rumor: Hitachi and Sony shipping 4-inch displays to Apple for next gen iPhone

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Rumor: Hitachi and Sony shipping 4-inch displays to Apple for next gen iPhone

Just in case you weren't already getting tired of 4-inch display rumors for the iPhone 5 (or whatever Apple decides to call the 2012 iPhone), here's Macotara:

According to Asian source, Hitachi Displays, Ltd. and Sony Mobile Display Corporation started to ship 4-inch LCD for new iOS device and LCD for iPad 3. These 2 companies will be merged their business with Toshiba Mobile Display Co., Ltd., as "Japan Display" in 2012 spring.

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4 years ago

Want an untethered jailbreak? Help the jailbreak community find one with new Chronic Dev crash reporter tool

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Want an untethered jailbreak? Help the jailbreak community find one with new Chronic Dev crash reporter tool

Waiting for an untethered jailbreak on iOS 5? The Chronic Dev Team has just released a crash reporter tool that will allow your to submit your crash reports to them instead of Apple. Crash reports are most likely the way Apple finds exploits in iOS and patches them.

The Chronic Dev Team is hoping to find exploits in the same way for a different reason - a jailbreak for all. You simply install the program to your computer, attach your device to the computer, and click a single button to send your exploits to the Chronic Dev Team. The program is currently available only for Mac users but a Windows version should follow over the next 24 hours.

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