With the upcoming Academy Awards on March 7th being the biggest award ceremony in Hollywood, its only fitting that, like everything else, there is an iPhone app for it. Among other things, the Vanity Fair Hollywood app, created by Vanity Fair Magazine, will allow users to watch trailers of
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With over 100,000 iPhone sales in little more than a week, Vodaphone seems to be as much of a contender to be the official iPad dealer in the U.K. as anyone else. While chief executive of Vodafone Vittorio Colao didn’t say much about talks with Apple, he did comment on the device itself by saying,
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With analysts speculating about the impact the iPad will have on AT&T’s already struggling 3G network, concerns from the FCC brings even more apprehension. Below is a report from The Federal Communications Commission’s Broadband.gov blog by John Leibovitz, Deputy Chief Wireless Telecommunications Bureau blog and Phil Bellaria, Scenario Planning.
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MacFriendly has been a friend of Mac users for quite a long time now offering low priced software bundles that provide huge savings on some of the most in demand new software. The latest bundle, known as MacFriendly 3, is made up of 12 applications with a value of over $400 and sells for a…
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Good news for would-be iPhone and iPad developers today as AppFund, a capital investment firm based in New York City, officially launches and brings with it promise for developers in need of support financially. The firm was launched by Kevin Wendle, co-founder of E! Online and CNET, and partner Daniel Klaus.
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With Apple working to acquire mobile advertising agencies and force their way into the mobile device industry with the iPad more than they have already with the iPhone, it’s not too surprising they have placed restrictions on developers using location-based ads.
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A press release from AT&T today officially announced SlingPlayer iPhone app [US$29.99] would be supported by their 3G mobile broadband network. Sling Media’s SlingPlayer Mobile app has been available over AT&T’s Wi-Fi network, and since December 2009 the provider has been testing the app over 3G in order to meet the demand of iPhone and…
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The majority of Mac users quickly realize that the stock OS X video player, QuickTime Player, isn’t capable of handling many of the different video file types floating around online these days. However, while for a long time VLC player has been the standard go-to app to get an easy to use, all-in-one player that…
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By Umar on February 5, 2010
Our computers are equipped with our favorite programs and applications. The customization we take our systems through is meant to personalize them and make working with them easier for us. Which is exactly why when we shift to another computer (even temporarily, like working on a computer in an internet café) we find absent some…
By Anurag Upadhaya on February 4, 2010
Open source CMS: Wordpress for BlackBerry app, has now graduated from beta phase and is available as version 1.0 for download.
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By Umar on February 4, 2010
A lot of us work on computers for long periods of time. While browsing the internet, we might feel the need to take a break from work and leave our computer for a while. If we have many open browser tabs, then chances are they hold a lot of important data which we have worked…
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By Jordan Kahn on February 4, 2010
With the iBooks app being one of the most anticipated features of the upcoming iPad from Apple, there is obviously a ton of discussion about whether or not the device will make any real changes within the educational textbook world. The idea that the platform will be ideal for distribution of low cost textbooks holds…
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