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4 years ago

iPhone Ninja Tips: Alpha-numeric Passcode for iPhone, iPod touch

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iPhone Ninja Tips: Alpha-numeric Passcode for iPhone, iPod touch

The shinobi-smart folks over at 9to5mac have posted a way for iPhone and iPod touch users to switch away from the retro 4 number pin passcodes that Apple implements, and into a secure alpha-numeric key:

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4 years ago

TiPb Apps #2.1 -- Farm Frenzy 2 for iPhone (Macworld 2010)

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TiPb Apps #2.1 -- Farm Frenzy 2 for iPhone (Macworld 2010)

Live from Macworld 2010, Leanna and Rene of TiPb talk to Hilary Wall and Maren Faulkender of Appency about Farm Frenzy 2 [$2.99 - iTunes link] for the iPhone, and the future of games on the iPad.

Watch along after the break!

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4 years ago

Near Field Communication, Multipoint Screen, Video Conferencing, Multitouch Bezel -- Apple Patent Watch

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Near Field Communication, Multipoint Screen, Video Conferencing, Multitouch Bezel -- Apple Patent Watch

Apple patent applications and awards are so voluminous they could fill an entire blog all by themselves -- enter Patently Apple, just such a blog, which brings word of several new and interesting iPhone and iPad patents including near field communication, multipoint screen, video conferencing, and multitouch bezels.

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4 years ago

UPDATED: Apple Removes Sex-based Apps from the App Store

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UPDATED: Apple Removes Sex-based Apps from the App Store

UPDATE 1: TiPb received a comment from Apple.

UPDATE 2: Chillifresh reports Apple has now removed 5000 sex-based apps and suggest new "rules" are in place.

Developer Chillifresh sent us a link to their blog post where they claim Apple is removing "all non-PG apps" (read: sex-based apps) from the App Store.

Here's the email they received:

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4 years ago

iTunes App Store Now Supported in Armenia, Botswana, Bulgaria, Jordan, Kenya, Macedonia, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritius, Niger, Senegal, Tunisia, and Uganda

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iTunes App Store Now Supported in Armenia, Botswana, Bulgaria, Jordan, Kenya, Macedonia, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritius, Niger, Senegal, Tunisia, and Uganda

Apple's iPhone Developer News feed has announced that the iTunes App Store is now supported in 9 additional countries:

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4 years ago

CEOh-Snap: Jobs Calls Flash "Old Technology", Adobe Calls Apple "Proprietary Lock"

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CEOh-Snap: Jobs Calls Flash "Old Technology", Adobe Calls Apple "Proprietary Lock"

Valleywag claims "people familiar with the meeting" between Steve Jobs and the Wall Street Journal have told them Apple's CEO once again dismissed Flash as "old technology", while Bloomberg News reports on Adobe CEO, Shantanu Narayen calling Apple a "proprietary lock".

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4 years ago

TiPb Live #87 -- Macworld 2010

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TiPb Live #87 -- Macworld 2010

Join Chad, Mickey, Leanna, and Rene for our Macworld 2010 wrap-up, WinPho7s, BlackBerry, and Android thoughts from Mobile World Congress, and iPhone 4.0 predictions! Listen in!

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4 years ago

Call of Duty: World at War: Zombies: Verrückt

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Call of Duty: World at War: Zombies: Verrückt

Activision's first person shooter hit, Call of Duty: World at War: Zombies is taking advantage of in-app purchasing with a new map - Verrückt (Zombie Asylum).

This new map will run you an additional $4.99, added to the app's original price of $9.99. (Full disclosure: Activation was nice enough cover the cost for TiPb's test-drive of both the app and the new map). Price aside, it does not disappoint. Zombie Verrückt has been brought over pretty much exactly from console versions, electric barriers and all.

Also worth mentioning are the slew of impovements the recent free 1.2.0 update to the game brought to the table.

  • Verrückt Map Now Available; Support for In-App Purchases of downloadable maps
  • 9 New Weapons including FG-42, Gewehr-43, PPsh-41, M1 Garand, and the Springfield
  • 13 New Achievements for Nacht der Untoten and 10 New Achievements for the new Verrückt map
  • Overall game engine optimizations for a smoother, richer gameplay experience
  • Leaderboard Enhancements to track Highest Wave Reached, Points Scored, Kills, and Headshots
  • Control Tweaks to Touch Screen & Dual Stick configurations with Options to adjust controls based on user preferences
  • Tutorial adjustments to allow for experimentation of control schemes before game start
  • Multiplayer Point Display to track your comrades’ in-game progression
  • Improved Network Reliability
  • More connection types will be able to support online multiplayer; UPnP support to address players with Wi-Fi routers that block players’ ability to connect to MP
  • Support for French localized text

This game is one heck of an experience for you to check out on your iPhone or iPod touch. If you find yourself still on the fence we highly recomend that you at least try the lite version for free. [iTunes Link] Sure you only get to play a few rounds but everything else is there including multiplayer.

We're also curious to know what you think about the price point. Is $9.99 for the full version plus an additional $4.99 for a single new map still cheap compared to console games, or does it deter you at all? Are you willing to pay a premium for premium games? Let us know in the comments, and we'

A few screenshots after the break!

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4 years ago

Google Buys reMail, Kills iPhone App

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Google Buys reMail, Kills iPhone App

Yesterday it was announced that Google is buying reMail a localized high-speed email search service, and now as part of that deal, founder Gabor Cselle has posted that they're killing the reMail iPhone app, effective immediately [iTunes link dead].

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4 years ago

Apple Doubles 3G Download Cap for iPhone to 20MB

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Apple Doubles 3G Download Cap for iPhone to 20MB

iLounge discovered that Apple has stealthily doubled the limit for iPhone over-the-air downloads via 3G from it's previous 10MB cap to 20MB, though the reasons remain unclear:

it could be related to the impending release of the iPad, improvements in carrier bandwidth, or simply a desire to allow users to have anywhere access to larger applications on the App Store.

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