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4 years ago

And here's another iPod touch with 2MP camera leak

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And here's another iPod touch with 2MP camera leak

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4 years ago

iPad Live Podcast #4: World of Freedom

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iPad Live Podcast #4: World of Freedom

NOTE: iPad Live! now has its own RSS and iTunes feeds! Subscribe now via the links above.

Steve Jobs offers a world of freedom, on cycles and hidden meanings, Walmart getting iPad, MobileMe mail beta, Adobe hearts Apple, top 5 iPad cases, Fieldrunners, Todo vs. Things, Plants vs. Zombies, and more. Listen in!

Want to make us new theme music and win fabulous prizes?

iPad Live! needs your help, check out our theme music contest for your chance to win over $200 in prizes!

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4 years ago

AT&T internet tethering finally arriving along with iPhone OS 4?

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AT&T internet tethering finally arriving along with iPhone OS 4?

Judging from the latest iPhone OS 4 beta that was released earlier today, it would appear AT&T may finally be gearing up to actually release internet tethering for all of their iPhone customers.

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4 years ago

Apple releases iPhone OS 4 beta 4

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Apple releases iPhone OS 4 beta 4

Once again keeping to their two-week cycle, Apple has just released iPhone OS 4 beta 4 for developers. You can download it now via developer.apple.com.

What bug fixes and new features lurk within? We'll have to wait and see (and keep an eye on the comments below...)

For more check out our complete iPhone OS 4 beta preview and feature walkthrough.

[Apple]

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4 years ago

Twitter for iPhone (Tweetie 3.0) is coming... now-ish

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Twitter for iPhone (Tweetie 3.0) is coming... now-ish

Twitter for iPhone, aka Tweetie 3.0, is showing as an available update now in iTunes, though the link currently leads to an "application unavailable" popup. We take this to mean that, yes, Tweetie 2.0 was pulled from the iTunes App Store last night because the newly rebranded version is on its way... now-ish.

How long it takes for now-ish to become now depends on entirely on the wanton tease that is iTunes' international propagation system. If/when you manage to grab it, let us know in comments and tell us what you think. (Especially if you spot any nifty new features!)

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4 years ago

Contest: Tell TiPb how you use your iPhone or iPad for your job!

Contest: Tell TiPb how you use your iPhone or iPad for your job!

TiPb's curious -- how do you use the iPhone and/or iPad for your job?

We want some real life stories, some real world experience. We want to know what it's like to use the iPhone and/or iPad in your line of work (and yes, being a student or caregiver or stay-at-home parent or even... politician, counts as work!)

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4 years ago

In stock: Griffin SmartShare for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch

In stock: Griffin SmartShare for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch

In stock: Griffin SmartShare for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch

The Griffin SmartShare is great for car trips, plane flights, waiting rooms and anywhere you're in the mood to share.

Plug SmartShare into the mini-jack of iPhone, iPod, MP3, CD, portable DVD player or laptop computer and invite a friend to a party of two. Griffin has also integrated a slim volume control slider into each of SmartShare's output jacks. Share your music, not your volume preferences.

Great design, small enough to carry anywhere, makes SmartShare a must-have addition to any accessory bag.

Order the

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4 years ago

Zombie Infection for iPhone - app review

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Zombie Infection for iPhone - app review

Survival horror thriller Zombie Infection for iPhone has to be Gameloft's highest production game to date. The graphics and voice acting are top notch and the cinematic style is engrossing.

Zombie Invasion starts off with you landing in a small town, that -- wait for it -- has been overrun by zombies! The first level is basically a tutorial showing you the moves for your character. You can shoot and stomp on crates to find goodies such as ammunition and medical supplies. You can move while aiming (albeit very slowly) and you can dismember the zombies by shooting their legs, arms and heads; what more can you ask for?

As you progress through the 12 levels in the game you unlock them to replay at any time. This is great since Zombie Infection has a trophy achievement system. You can go back though levels and practice/earn achievements. There are some fun ones too, for example if you shoot off both legs of a zombie, you get an achievement for that. It is this type of mechanic that makes me come back for more.

To add a little variety to the game, you can also play as one of two characters; Ex-soldier Damien Sharpe and reporter Alex Rayne. The names are cheesy, yes, but the gameplay and fun factor is not. I love this game and I am thankful that Gameloft is bringing these types of games to iPhone; it makes one really compelling alternative to other platforms for mobile gaming. Check the video and pictures after the break!

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4 years ago

RunRev responds to Apple's new cross-compiler policy

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RunRev responds to Apple's new cross-compiler policy

Apple's new policy on cross-compilers has the development community in a frenzy, and for good reason.  RunRev is reaching out to Apple and developers and voicing their opinion on the matter.

For those not familiar with RunRev, revMobile is a cross-platform solution that will allow developers to port their applications to several different mobile platforms with ease.  Even though revMobile is still in its pre-alpha stages, it shows a lot of promise for developers who wish to develop for multiple platforms.  It allows them to build their applications and not have to re-write code for each and every platform separately.  This would provide an invaluable tool for devs.  Now with Apple bringing the ban hammer down on cross-compilers, Adobe isn't the only one speaking up anymore.

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4 years ago

How to find and remove duplicate songs in iTunes

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How to find and remove duplicate songs in iTunes

Apple is back with a handy how-to on finding duplicate songs (or videos) in your iTunes library. This is timely for me as some weird combination of MobileMe prefs sycn, Home Sharing, SuperDuper cloning, and iTunes 9.1.1 resulted in my main iTunes library disappearing, and the restore left me with multiple copies of multiple songs. Here's the recommended fix:

Begin by selecting Music in your iTunes Library, then choose Display Duplicates in the File Menu and sort the resulting list by Name. It will display only songs with names that exactly match the names of other songs.

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