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4 years ago

Google Nexus One Phone Priced at $530 Unlocked, $180 on 2-year T-Mobile Contract?

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Google Nexus One Phone Priced at $530 Unlocked, $180 on 2-year T-Mobile Contract?

If the internets are to be believed, Google is setting pricing on their HTC built new Nexus One Android flagship smartphone at $529.99 unlocked, or $179.99 if you take it alongside a 2-year, $80 a month T-Mobile contract. Here are the deets:

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4 years ago

From the Forums: Help Casey from Android Central, iPhone Apps, Jailbreak & Unlock, Leaving BlackBerry for iPhone

From the Forums: Help Casey from Android Central, iPhone Apps, Jailbreak & Unlock, Leaving BlackBerry for iPhone

From the Forums is a great way to see what all of the current hot topics are on the TiPb forums. In order to create any new threads of your own or reply to any of the existing threads, you must be a registered member. Becoming a member is a simple process that will only take a few minutes out of your day, so if you have not already already done so, head on over and register now.

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4 years ago

Safety Light for iPhone, or Can the Flashlight App be Redeemed?

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Safety Light for iPhone, or Can the Flashlight App be Redeemed?

Safety Light ($0.99 - iTunes link) riddles us this -- can one of the App Store's most maligned categories, the flashlight app, be redeemed by one of the iPhone's premiere developers?

Along with fart apps and tip calculators, there's little that's been derided more than the humble "lets make a white screen and charge $1 for it" flashlight app. With Safety Light, the Iconfactory's Craig Hockenberry, creator of Twitterrific, adds function to the flash.

  • Bright flashlight
  • Colored lighting effects
  • Disco mode!
  • SOS emergency flash

Like many, I've used the iPhone to light my way on more than one occasion, but Safety Light is the first time I've gotten all official (read: bought a flashlight app) for the purpose. But I'm a sucker for audacious design and development.

If you try it, let us know what you think!

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4 years ago

Reminder! TiPb/TeleNav Giveaway -- One Year of AT&T Navigator, Accessories, TiPb Store Gift Certificate and More!

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Reminder! TiPb/TeleNav Giveaway -- One Year of AT&T Navigator, Accessories, TiPb Store Gift Certificate and More!

Who says gift giving is done, and to celebrate TiPb is teaming up with TeleNav to offer TiPb's TeleNav AT&T Navigator Give Away! And since we're already running the huge Round Robin contest in the forums, we figured this one would be perfect for the social networks.

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4 years ago

Reportage Twitter "Radio Tuner" Version 1.5

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Reportage Twitter "Radio Tuner" Version 1.5

iPhone Twitter clients are best in class, point finale, but no one client can be great at everything which is why specialty Twitter apps like Reportage 1.5 [$1.99 - iTunes link] can be so valuable.

While the original Reportage impressed by virtue of concept alone, it had a few rough edges overall. Reportage 1.5 addresses those, baking in good browsing and replying to go along with the great reading.

If you ever find yourself getting lost in the timeline, following too many people who make too many tweets, Reportage and its "radio tuner" metaphor can be a great way to find just what you're looking for. If you check it out, let us know what you think.

Screen shots after the break!

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4 years ago

Nokia Sees Apple's Counter-suit, Files Against Virtually Everything

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Nokia Sees Apple's Counter-suit, Files Against Virtually Everything

Nokia, massive if alien-to-North America, sued Apple for WiFi/GSM/HSPA patent violation, at which point Apple spun around and counter-sued for iPhone patent violation, and now Nokia has yelled the legal equivalent of "fire everything!"

According to PC World:

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4 years ago

The Competition: Palm webOS 1.3.5 Brings Speed, not iTunes Hackery

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The Competition: Palm webOS 1.3.5 Brings Speed, not iTunes Hackery

So according to sibling site, PreCentral.net, Palm is now updating all proud Pre and Pixi devices to webOS 1.3.5, but among the list of features we can't help but notice...:

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4 years ago

O2 Admitting to iPhone Data Strain on Network

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O2 Admitting to iPhone Data Strain on Network

The UK's leading provider of mobile phones, O2, is openly admitting to having iPhone related network issues. It seems AT&T might not be alone afas O2 chief executive Ronan Dunne recently let out the secret that the last 6 months the iPhone had overwhelmed its network in London. Of course, O2 is claiming that the issues are all fixed and the network is as healthy as ever.

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4 years ago

Okay, What's iGuide -- New iPhone/iSlate Tablet Service or Just More iNoise?

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Okay, What's iGuide -- New iPhone/iSlate Tablet Service or Just More iNoise?

iSlate seems solid but might not (or never) be used, while apple.com/ichatmobile was a bust, so where does iGuide fit in? Says MacRumors:

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4 years ago

Quick App: Pro HDR High Dynamic Range Photos for iPhone

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Quick App: Pro HDR High Dynamic Range Photos for iPhone

Pro HDR [$1.99 -iTunes link] is a fantastic little app that brings ">high dynamic range photography to your iPhone. The way it works is simple; Pro HDR asks you to take a photo of a "dark" part of what you are taking a photograph of, then do the same for the "light" part. Next, the app takes the two images, aligns, straightens and blends them automatically to give you a final result; it is quite clever. You also have the ability to save the photo when done, email it and adjust the subject's brightness, contrast, saturation and warmth.

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