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4 years ago

iPad etiquette pro-tips

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iPad etiquette pro-tips

Rather than table manners, Brenna Ehrlich and Andrea Bartz at CNN have written up a not-so-new list of tablet manners -- the dos and don'ts when using your iPad in the office, on a date, or around others in public spaces.

And of course, among the droves of somnambulant screen-tappers are a goodly portion who have no manners. The confusion about what constitutes good "tabletiquette" is understandable -- they're a weird hybrid between smartphones and laptops, and they're still novel enough that we haven't as a society agreed upon some codes of conduct.

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4 years ago

Preliminary iPhone 4S Jailbreak shown off

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Preliminary iPhone 4S Jailbreak shown off

If you have an iPhone 4S and are wondering when, exactly a Jailbreak may be released -- we don't know. But, what we do know is that the iPhone Dev Team is working on it, and they now have a very preliminary iPhone 4S jailbreak up and running as shown off by MuscleNerd.

As noted, there is still a lot of work left to be done before public release and like always, no ETA was given. You can jump past the break to catch one more glimpse of the code in action. Not that you need any more proof but hey -- its been provided.

Source: @MuscleNerd

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4 years ago

FireCore updates aTV Flash (Black) to RC1, huge improvements for Apple TV [Jailbreak]

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FireCore updates aTV Flash (Black) to RC1, huge improvements for Apple TV [Jailbreak]

FireCore has updated its aTV Flash (Black) software to RC1, which adds a number of new features including a new grid view browsing mode, subtitle related improvements and most importantly, a huge list of performance and playback related improvements.

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4 years ago

Sprint claims iPhone users consume much less data than other platforms

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Sprint claims iPhone users consume much less data than other platforms

Speaking during an earnings call on Wednesday, Sprint CEO, Dan Hesse, claimed that iPhones on the Sprint network used much less network resources than users of other smartphone platforms. This is one of the main reasons that Sprint decided to add the iPhone to its portfolio of handsets.

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4 years ago

Apple Lossless Audio Codec -- now under the Apache license

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Apple Lossless Audio Codec -- now under the Apache license

Apple has released their lossless audio codec under the Apache license.

The Apple Lossless Audio Codec (ALAC) is an audio codec developed by Apple and supported on iPhone, iPad, most iPods, Mac and iTunes. ALAC is a data compression method which reduces the size of audio files with no loss of information. A decoded ALAC stream is bit-for-bit identical to the original uncompressed audio file.

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4 years ago

Codify lets you build iPad apps on your iPad

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Codify lets you build iPad apps on your iPad

Codify is an iPad app that lets you create iPad apps. It's no typical code editor, however; Codify takes advantage of the iPad's multitouch and let's you manipulate your code by tapping numbers, colors, and images to adjust them.

There is one little issue with Codify - you cannot import or export code which means that your creations will be restricted to just the app. Despite this, Codify looks like a fantastic simulator, and even if you don't know how to code, I recommend checking out the video below. Seeing the app in action is pretty interesting.

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4 years ago

Daily Tip: How to create a time-based reminder in iOS 5

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Daily Tip: How to create a time-based reminder in iOS 5

Now that you have iOS 5 you also have the brand new Reminders app that comes built-in. You've got a few choices when it comes to how to set up a reminder. If you'd like to set a reminder that will alert you of an event at a certain time, the Reminders app couldn't make it any easier.

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4 years ago

Adobe Carousel hits the App Store

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Adobe Carousel hits the App Store

Adobe has released their photo management and editing app Adobe Carousel, today. With Adobe Carousel, you can keep an updated photo library on your iPhone, iPad, and Mac. It even comes with some basic editing tools to help improve the look of your images.

One of the other big features of Adobe Carousel is the ability to create a family photo library for sharing photos with family so that they can contribute their own photos and vote on favorites.

After the 30 day free trial, Adobe Carousel requires a paid subscription for $9.99/month or $99.99/year. However, Adobe is currently offering a special for $5.99/month or $59.99/year.

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4 years ago

Introducing Mobile Nations, our new community network brand!

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Introducing Mobile Nations, our new community network brand!

Greetings TiPB Nation!

This past summer we soft-launched "Mobile Nations", initially using the name for our cross-site podcast that brings together the heads of state from AndroidCentral, CrackBerry, TiPb, PreCentral and WPCentral for discussion on all things mobile.

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4 years ago

More Siri-powered Apple television set rumors

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More Siri-powered Apple television set rumors

Nick Bilton of The New York Times has some quasi-informed, semi-speculative guesses concerning Apple and a potentially Siri powered television set in the future.

Several people, all speaking on condition of anonymity for obvious reasons, told me that nothing was actively being built, but — and this was a big but — I was told repeatedly that Apple would eventually make a television. “Absolutely, it is a guaranteed product for Apple,” I was told by one individual. “Steve thinks the industry is totally broken.”

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4 years ago

iPhone vs. Android phone update-ablity

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iPhone vs. Android phone update-ablity

Michael Degusta from the understatement did a tremendous job putting together a breakdown on iPhone vs. Android phone device update and support history. [Click/tap on the thumbnail above to go to his site and see it in full.]

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4 years ago

iPhone Live 177: Pure daily efficiency

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iPhone Live 177: Pure daily efficiency

Rene, Georgia, and Seth talk using iPhones at work, what apps make the home screen, the Siri ad, iCloud and battery life issues, camera improvements, celebrating Steve Jobs, and Hal 9000. This is iPhone Live!

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4 years ago

Bloomberg TV+ for iPad now available

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Bloomberg TV+ for iPad now available

Bloomberg Finance LP has released Bloomberg TV+ for the iPad. Some of the most notable features are the ability to watch live Bloomberg Television, download videos for offline viewing, and access to Bloomberg's shows on demand.

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4 years ago

New and updated iPhone and iPad apps for Thursday, October 27

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New and updated iPhone and iPad apps for Thursday, October 27

Every day, TiPb gets flooded with announcements for new and updated iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad apps and games. So every day we pick just a few of the most interesting, the most notable, and simply the most awesome to share with you!

  • Robots Activity Cards: It's time for your little ones to explore the world of ROBOTS. Kids can enjoy this cool world using their creativity and skills. [$1.99 for iPad - App Store link]

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4 years ago

Poll: Would you like to have third-party keyboards on iPhone or iPad?

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