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6 years ago

iChatr brings "chat-roulette" action to iPhone 4

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iChatr brings "chat-roulette" action to iPhone 4

Want to chat with random strangers via your iPhone 4 front-facing camera, and expose yourself to every hope and horror that entails? Well, yeah, you guessed it -- there's now an app for that (and we're guessing, like LED flashlights, there'll be many soon enough).

Given the demographics you're more likely to end up face-to-facing a pant-less Mosspuppet than an anything-less Angelina Jolie, but you launch your app and you take your chances, and you can always swipe to go to someone else.

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6 years ago

Blogshelf for iPad - app review

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Blogshelf for iPad - app review

Blogshelf for the iPad is an RSS reader that displays your feeds as magazines on a shelf. Imagine iBooks filled with blogs - that's Blogshelf. This reader is visually appealing and works great.

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6 years ago

How to minimize the chance of your iTunes account being hacked

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How to minimize the chance of your iTunes account being hacked

Given the iTunes account hacks last week, and again yesterday, we figured it was a good time to go over the basic ways you can reduce the chances of having your own iTunes -- or any other -- account hacked.

Sure, many of you regular readers already know all this, but take it as an opportunity to forward the link on to friends, family, and co-workers who might not.

Note, we're not security experts, these are just the tips and tricks we use to make our own accounts more secure, and some of the things we've learned -- sometimes the hard ware -- to avoid.

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6 years ago

Tweetings for iPhone - App Review and Giveaway!

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Tweetings for iPhone - App Review and Giveaway!

Tweetings for iPhone is a full featured Twitter client complete with push notifications.  Last week we looked at the iPad version of Tweetings, so this week we'll look at the iPhone version.  In many ways, it's very similar.  The layout is extremely similar and it also offers things such as push notifications.  The iPhone version also adds themes into the mix as well.

It's definitely a worthy contender against the big guys like Twitter for iPhone (formerly Tweetie) and Twitteriffic.  Read on for screens, a feature run down, and how you can win a copy of Tweetings for iPhone from TiPb!

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6 years ago

iPhone vs Android: Cooper, Woz, and Page edition

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iPhone vs Android: Cooper, Woz, and Page edition

A bit of a roundup this afternoon as the cell phone inventor Martin Cooper, personal computer inventor Steve Wozniak, and advertising revolutionary Larry Page all give their opinions on iPhone vs. Android.

Martin Cooper went on CNN with this zinger:

"I think that the Android phones are catching up now, and the latest version of the Android phones are every bit as good, if not better, than the iPhone."

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6 years ago

IncrediBooth for iPhone 4 - app review

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IncrediBooth for iPhone 4 - app review

Remember the little photo booths at amusement parks you would cram into with a bunch of friends to get a strip photos printed? IncrediBooth is an app designed to mimic that experience. It uses the front-facing camera on the iPhone 4, so this app is only available for the iPhone 4.

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6 years ago

TiPb iPhone and iPad wallpaper contest

TiPb iPhone and iPad wallpaper contest

Our new iOS 4 iPhones and iOS 3.2 iPads can have custom wallpaper, the only problem is the defaults are played out and we're not getting new, great ones fast enough. So what are we going to do?

Why, run a contest of course!

Make us some awesome iPhone and iPad wallpapers and every week we'll pick one, feature it on TiPb.com, and give out a prize.

You can make a wallpaper for just one device/resolution, or for all devices/resolutions (and increase your chances of being picked!) It's up to you. Here are the specs:

  • 640x960 for iPhone 4 retina display
  • 1024x1024 for iPad
  • 480x320 for iPhone previous gen iPhone, iPod touch

When you've made your wallpaper, just attach it in a reply to our official iPhone and iPad Wallpaper Forum thread (no outside links -- attachments only) and you're entered to win!

Details after the break!

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6 years ago

iPhone live podcast #107: Hold different

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iPhone live podcast #107: Hold different

iPhone 4 one week later, antenna and proximity problems, $99 iPhone 3GS review, does Google have a plan, and multitasking glitches and gaffs. Listen in!

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6 years ago

3x3cm Apple touchscreen spotted... Yeahbuwhy?

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3x3cm Apple touchscreen spotted... Yeahbuwhy?

If this is indeed a 3x3cm Apple touchscreen (multitouch screen?) then what's it for? New Apple TV? New Apple TV remote? New MacBook Pro multitouch trackpad with display? iPhone nano? iPad nano? Secondary display? What?!

Give us your be

[tw.apple.pro via MacRumors]

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6 years ago

When can we expect iOS 4.0.1 and iOS 4.1?

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When can we expect iOS 4.0.1 and iOS 4.1?

There's a rumor going around that iOS 4.0.1 and/or iOS 4.1 have been delayed by Apple in order to combat potential Jailbreaks.

Firstly, Apple is secretive to the point that no one outside the iOS team and top brass likely knows when they're planning on releasing any iOS update, ever. There are plenty of bugs like the antenna reception, the proximity sensor, 3G speeds, the camera roll, etc. that need to be fixed before it can even be scheduled. Everyone else is guessing or passing on heresy, including Apple Store employees, carrier reps, and internet aficionados.

Secondly, Apple is almost as cyclical as they are secretive, so while we don't know the precise day iOS 4.0.1 or iOS 4.1 will be released, we know when iOS x.0.1 and iOS x.1 have been released in the past.

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6 years ago

Quick app and give-away: GPS Tracks for iPhone

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Quick app and give-away: GPS Tracks for iPhone

GPS Tracks is exactly what its name implies, a real-time location tracking application. It takes advantage of iOS 4 multitasking so that you can use other apps while tracking. In addition to tracking your location, it also keeps track of your time and distance and displays everything nicely in a built-in Google map.

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6 years ago

Follow Friday: Team TiPb edition

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Follow Friday: Team TiPb edition

If you want to keep up with the latest iPhone and iPad news, reviews, and how-tos, right from the comfort of your very own Twitter client, follow the site. If you want to get in on some behind the scenes action, follow the writers.

(Plus you never know when we'll give something cool away just to show our appreciation!)

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6 years ago

Fring 2-way video calling lets iPhone 4 chat with Android, Nokia

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Fring 2-way video calling lets iPhone 4 chat with Android, Nokia

Fring has just updated their app to allow iPhone 4 users to chat with Android and Nokia/Symbian S60 users with the appropriate camera hardware. So while FaceTime remains easier and slicker if you're both on iPhone 4 on Wi-Fi, if you want to get some cross-platform chat on, this is your go-to option.

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6 years ago

Bluetooth 4.0 gets spec'd, 3.0 still not implemented

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Bluetooth 4.0 gets spec'd, 3.0 still not implemented

Bluetooth now has an official specification for version 4.0, currently scheduled for release at the end of the year. Of course Bluetooth 3.0 was released in April 2009 and it hasn't really caught on yet, especially when you consider most mobile devices -- including the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, still use Bluetooth 2.1 EDR.

This new 4.0 spec does promise reduced power consumption so maybe Apple (and others) decided to skip the previous generation and upgrade straight to this one? We'll find out next year...

[Engadget]

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6 years ago

maximo IP-HS5 iMetal isolation headset for iPhone and iPad

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maximo IP-HS5 iMetal isolation headset for iPhone and iPad

I took the maximo IP-HS5 iMetal isolation headset with me to WWDC 2010 this year, figuring it was a great way to test them out on both my iPhone and iPad. And it was. Due to "enhanced security" I had to be at the airport hours early, which meant hurrying up and waiting most of that time. Luckily I had a few podcasts and audio books on my iPhone so I queued those up to tied me over.

Now, low-bit rate talking isn't the best indicator of sound quality, but I have found many headsets over the years didn't handle just such low-quality talking very well. Some were never loud enough, many were never clear enough. The maximo ip-hs5 on the other hand did a good job. (In a fair bit of turn-around, I even used them to record both iPhone live! and iPad live! from on location in the hotel).

Sitting behind me on the plane were a pair of pre-schoolers who's parents biological creators lacked the custodial fortitude to ask them to stop kicking the chairs of those of us in front of them or screaming at the top of their lungs. So, I was also able to test out the iMetal's isolation and while I don't think anything under full blown cans could have drowned out the poor boundary deprived kids behind me, they did a great job of muting the overall ruckus.

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