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4 years ago

iDoodle: Patent ban Risk

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iDoodle: Patent ban Risk

"Hmm, I'm losing in Germany and Australia, but if I can just secure Canada and Mauritius...!"

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4 years ago

iOS 5.1 features: Delete individual photos from Photo Stream

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iOS 5.1 features: Delete individual photos from Photo Stream

The just-released iOS 5.1 beta 2 adds a small but incredibly important feature to iCloud's Photo Stream -- the ability to delete individual photos.

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4 years ago

iPad 3 on schedule for March/April 2012 release

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iPad 3 on schedule for March/April 2012 release

Randomly accurate rumor site Digitimes claims word from supply chain sources that Apple is on track to release the iPad 3 within the next 3-4 months.

The next generation iPads are expected to be available in the next 3-4 months as makers in the supply chain have started delivering parts and components for the new tablets to OEM contractors while reducing those prepared for iPad 2, according to sources in the supply chain.

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4 years ago

Apple seeds iOS 5.1 beta 2 to developers

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Apple seeds iOS 5.1 beta 2 to developers

Apple has just made iOS 5.1 beta 2 available to developers. No word yet on what changes, if any are included, but a beta 2 means we're still waiting on a GM, and then waiting some more on a public release, so we wouldn't go expecting this to go wide for a while still.

Xcode 4.3 DP 2,

Anyone notices anything special, let us know.

Source: developer.apple.com

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4 years ago

iPad Live 86: Endgame

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iPad Live 86: Endgame

Rene, Seth, and Jim Dalrymple talk Apple's endgame, 7-inch challenges, putting the user first, the problem with Newsstand, Google Currents, and more. This is iPad Live!

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4 years ago

Vote now for Epic Fail of the year [2011 TiPb Awards]

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Vote now for Epic Fail of the year [2011 TiPb Awards]

TiPb Awards: Epic fail of the year

It seems as though there was an embarrassment of embarrassments to choose from this year. Apple chose not to release new iPod touch or Apple TV (so far) hardware this year. Granted neither has much competition but Apple's mantra has always been to compete with themselves. Likewise the iPhone 4S didn't get a hardware update even as competing devices have seriously upped the handset game.

Privacy also took a swift, hard roshambo in the rights this year as everything from Apple's poorly coded location recording system to Google, Facebook, and Twitter being forced into decade, or double decade privacy oversight, to lack of disclosure surrounding Carrier IQ making headline. On the flip side, the media earned more than their usual share of fail points for once again never missing a chance to linkbait and headline grab at Apple's expense.

Netflix decided to take one the most successful, most loved brands in modern media and jack up the prices without proper PR, then split the company into Qwikster, then not split the company, then... we got lost. Instead of making streaming more solid and reliable -- and available internationally -- they spun in circles. Twitter likewise decided that poor communications, creating unease and distrust among developers, the #dickbar, and now the #dickapp re-design, and generally putting their user base last is something they're now big enough not to have to care about.

And then there were the patent problems -- Apple and Android makers suing each other, Lodsys suing independent developers, and generally everyone taking the tools of innovation and wielding them for consternation.

Vote up top and tell us why you voted they way you did in the comments! These are your awards, so get to it!

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4 years ago

Daily Apps: Santa's Grounded, iDashboard, St John Ambulance First Aid, ScolioTrack, LetterSchool

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Daily Apps: Santa's Grounded, iDashboard, St John Ambulance First Aid, ScolioTrack, LetterSchool

  • Santa's Grounded: This Christmas, Santa’s reindeer have gone missing. There have been reports of reindeer sightings in the Crystal Caverns, the shores of Beach Break and deep within the Candy-cane Forest. Find them all and help Santa get back into the sky. Collect jingle bells, climb ladders and squash enemies as you make your way through eight fantastic levels.

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4 years ago

Monday Brief for December 12, 2011

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Monday Brief for December 12, 2011

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4 years ago

Angry Birds updated to version 2.0 all levels now unlocked and 15 new ones to play

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Angry Birds updated to version 2.0 all levels now unlocked and 15 new ones to play

To celebrate Angry Birds' second birthday, Rovio has updated its ever popular game to version 2.0. Angry Birds was originally released back in December 2009 and has become a huge franchise.

Fans everywhere can enjoy a new “Happy Birdday” update for Angry Birds, which features 15 delectable new birthday cake levels, spiffy new menus and graphics, and special birthday achievements. As a birthday gift to our fans, all episodes are now unlocked!

The new update is free and covers Angry Birds for the iPhone and iPod touch as well as Angry Birds HD for the iPad. If you haven’t played Angry Birds yet, you can buy the game for $0.99.

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4 years ago

Apple announces 500 thousand iOS apps, 18 billion downloads

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Apple announces 500 thousand iOS apps, 18 billion downloads

As part of a press release today touting 100 million Mac App Store downloads, Apple also revealed that they now have more than 500,000 iOS apps for iPhone and iPad, and collectively those apps have been downloaded more than 18 billion times -- over 1 billion a month now.

“In just three years the App Store changed how people get mobile apps, and now the Mac App Store is changing the traditional PC software industry,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing. “With more than 100 million downloads in less than a year, the Mac App Store is the largest and fastest growing PC software store in the world.”

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4 years ago

Use your iPhone gyroscope to virtually look around Apple's new Grand Central store

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Use your iPhone gyroscope to virtually look around Apple's new Grand Central store

Apple has posted a 360 degree panoramic view of its latest Apple Store which can be found at the famous Grand Central Station in New York. What is so special about this particular photograph is that it is only visible on an iOS device and you can look right around it using your devices built in gyroscope.

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4 years ago

Contest Winners: Choiix Stand, Infinity Blade II

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Contest Winners: Choiix Stand, Infinity Blade II

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...

Choiix Wave Stand for iPad

Courtesy: Choiix

TAB Rests

  • arthurinrsa
  • bergman
  • christianikner
  • dmt316
  • ffsteward
  • Ginbill
  • JonCloddy12
  • kmiahali
  • Littledino2112
  • mfm77

Courtesy: NewPCGadgets

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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 podcast that did the Kessel run in less than ten parsecs jumps into hyperspace again tonight with special guest Jim Dalrymple of The Loop. Be there, or the Wookie wins.

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: Newsstand woes, 7-inch usability, Google Currents and carousels

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Week in iPad: Newsstand woes, 7-inch usability, Google Currents and carousels

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

Vote now for iOS feature of the year [2011 TiPb Awards]

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Vote now for iOS feature of the year [2011 TiPb Awards]

TiPb Awards: iOS feature of the year

iOS 5 is one of the biggest software updates Apple has ever released for their mobile operating system, with changes almost too many to enumerate (we've tried!).

Siri is the first step in taking the digital assistant out of sci-fi and into reality. iMessage bypasses the exorbitant carrier text charges and brings iOS users, all over the world, one step closer to BBM-like instant messaging. Notification Center finally brings iOS alerts out of the dark ages. Newsstand put most of our newspapers and magazines all in one place. PC-free along with Wi-Fi sync cuts the cord to iTunes and takes us to the iCloud, where all our data gets stored and pushed and backed up. Reminders brings task management to iOS. The camera app is now fast to access and faster to take shots with.

While there will always be features we wish for next time, from message previews to fast text response to themes to a whole lot more, this year, these are your choices.

Vote up top and tell us why you voted they way you did in the comments! These are your awards, so get to it!

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