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1080p iTunes video: Is the difference in image quality worth the difference in file size?

Apple has made 1080p TV shows and music available for streaming and purchase via the iTunes Store. The price is the same as the previous 720p HD content, but is the image quality better enough to justify the bigger download sizes and increased storage they'll require?

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Apple rumored to be working on complete iTunes Store and App Store redesign

Apple is reportedly planning a redesign for the iTunes Store and App Store for sometime later this year.

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Avid Studio for iPad delivers some real competition to Apple's iMovie

Apple’s iPad version of iMovie has some real competition today with the launch of video editing app Avid Studio. Avid Studio is a new app that lets you edit video, audio and photographs right on your iPad.

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Thanks to Warner Brothers, we'll have to wait twice as long for Netflix movies...

AllThingsD reports that Netflix (and Blockbuster) will be required to wait twice as long, or a full 56 days after DVDs hit retail shelves, before offering Warner Brothers content under a new distribution agreement.

The move is part of Hollywood’s ongoing campaign to bolster flagging DVD sales, and sources tell me the new deal is supposed to be announced at next week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Warner Brothers executives have already talked publicly about extending the current window.

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Deck out your iPhone and iPad with holiday wallpaper, music, movies, apps and more!

The holidays are upon us and what spreads holiday cheer more than decking out your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad with lots of holiday content? Whether it's wallpapers, music, movies, apps, or games, it's easy to make your favorite iOS device the center of your festivus festivities.

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Hidden Radio Kickstarter project aims to beat out all other Bluetooth speakers

A couple of experienced industrial designers have come up with a brilliant new Bluetooth speaker for the iPhone that packs a powerful punch. They're currently looking for funding on Kickstart to begin mass production.

The HiddenRadio & Bluetooth Speaker is based off minimal, timeless design and user intuition. When asleep it hides all its functions, being silent and unanimated. To turn it on you simply twist and lift the cap; the further you lift the cap the more internal volume is created and will amplify to over 80dB of crystal clear sound. This unique design connects and captivates the user through its intuitive functionality.

The project has a goal of $125,000 in order to begin mass production, which they've easily passed with current funding of $382,413 just a few days after introduction.

For $99, you can get a Hidden Radio in metallic silver, however the limit for this funding bracket has already been met. If you want to get in the game at this point, you'll need to pledge a minimum of $119 for the metallic silver unit. The pledges from there range from $229 for two units in either metallic silver or graphite black, all the way up to $659 for 7 units with individual units retailing at $175 after production completes and hits retail shelves.

Source: Kickstarter

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Forums: Vibration for SMS alerts, GPS coordinates as Address in Contacts

As we head on into Thanksgiving for those of us in the U.S. we'd just like to say we're thankful for all you TiPb readers out there. Before you head off for time with the family make sure you check out the TiPb Forums for the best darn discussion in iPhone and iPad today!

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Forums: iPad 3 rumors, Movies, Food and more!

If you're not already in the TiPb Forums you're missing out on the best darn discussion in iPhone and iPad today! And good news, they're getting even better! We've opened some new ones up -- For movie and TV fans we now have the TV, Movies, and Videos Forum and for everyone who enjoys cooking and dining out, we've got the Cooking and Foodies Forum.

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UK satellite TV provider BSkyB releases Sky Movies app

UK satellite TV provider Sky has just released its latest app “Sky Movies” for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The new app offers subscribers to its subscription movie channels a new way to view trailers, short list movies to watch and lots more.

Delve deeper into movies that are on at the cinema, keep a record of movies you want to watch with your own personal shortlist and remote record those that are on the Sky Movies channels. You can even watch all available movies directly on your iOS device if you have Sky Go.

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Apple close to bringing movie streaming to iCloud?

According to a report in the Los Angeles Times, Apple is preparing to deliver movies via its just released iCloud service. According to the report, representatives from Apple have been in meetings with various studios to finalize deals.

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