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Wednesday, May 05, 2010

The Gossip Girl Season 3 finale slated for May 17 will surely leave fans drooling with mouths wide open, gasping for more, more, more!

With Blair’s beloved Dorota a newlywed and ready to pop a baby, Lily newly opening up about her life-threatening disease, Serena’s daddy back in town and stirring up trouble, Dan and Vanessa on the outs over Vanessa’s betrayal, and Blair and Chuck doing the “Will-they-or-won’t-they?” ex’s dance, there is surely no way everything will be resolved before the closing of the season.

Read More www.appolicious.com


Tuesday, May 04, 2010

Well that was fast. That ABC Player for iPad update we heard about this morning has already made its way through Apple’s approval process and is now available for download. Orientation lock is now, erm, on lock controls are more responsive, but most importantly, (lower bitrate) 3G streaming is now a go.

Read More www.engadget.com


Now that the iPhone SDK has officially been released and the Apple App Store is open for business, it??™s time to write killer mobile applications! To do that, you??™ll need to use several powerful (and possibly unfamiliar) tools: Xcode, Interface Builder, Objective-C, and then the iPhone SDK itself. It can all be a little overwhelming at first.

Read More www.tactools.org


Apple could avoid a possible FTC antitrust investigation by changing the terms of the iPhone 4.0 SDK, insiders said Monday night. The FTC would supposedly leave Apple alone if it let developers write iPhone apps using other tools, such as Adobe’s Flash CS5 or MonoTouch. How likely this would be wasn’t described.

Read More www.garysky.net


Monday, May 03, 2010

News of Apple’s iPad, the forthcoming release of the iPhone OS 4.0 software update and the surrounding hype of it all has been hard to avoid. According to third party developers, the new form factor and new features have brought new opportunities. While plenty point to multitasking as the most exciting new feature, Daniel Bradby, application developer and co-founder of application development company JTribe, said he is excited about the possibilities of augmented reality (AR) on the iPhone.

Read More www.networkworld.com


Feature films from most of the big US studios are now available to French customers on the Apple iPhone.

Apple announced today that films from 20th Century Fox, MGM, Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Universal Studios, The Walt Disney Company and Warner Bros Entertainment are now available for France. Financial terms of the agreements were not revealed.

Read More www.c21media.net


Saturday, May 01, 2010

The Wall Street Journal suggests Apple aims to charge close to $1m for rich iAd campaigns on iPhone,  iPod Touch and iPad this year.
It’s even has indicated it could charge as much as $10 million to be one of the launch partners.

Read More www.mobile-ent.biz


Thursday, April 29, 2010

Remember in December 2009 we told you Microsoft were planning a Windows Live Messenger app for iPhone? Well today we can reveal a little bit more.

Today we can exclusively unveil the first official screenshots of Windows Live Messenger for iPhone. The application will arrive in June alongside the rest of Windows Live Wave 4.

iPhone apps | Messenger

Read More www.neowin.net


Apple has acquired Siri, a voice-activated app for the iPhone that acts like a personal assistant. The transaction was approved Tuesday by the Federal Trade Commission.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Neither Siri nor Apple immediately responded to a request for comment.

Read More latimesblogs.latimes.com


Wednesday, April 28, 2010

The Opera Mini browser has been available for the iPhone for mere weeks, and already it has surpassed every other handset in the U.S. in terms of installs. It is also the number three Opera Mini handset world wide.

Read More www.informationweek.com


Japan’s third-largest mobile phone operator Softbank Corp. said yesterday its net profit for the year to March reached US$1 million, thanks to increased sales and cost-cutting efforts. Softbank, which sells Apple’s iPhone in Japan, said its net profit was 96.7 million yen (US$1.0 million), more than doubling from the 43.2 billion yen in the previous year, when Japan suffered its worst recession in decades.

Read More www.etaiwannews.com


Monday, April 26, 2010

Continuing the global expansion of Destinator® GPS navigation software across geographic markets, smartphone application stores, and mobile handset makers, Intrinsyc Software International, Inc. (TSX:ICS), a leading provider of software solutions for mobile devices, announced today the availability on the Apple App Store of its Destinator 9 application for the Apple iPhone™ in Australia and New Zealand. Intrinsyc’s Destinator has powered the GPS solutions of the biggest mobile brands and navigated millions of people worldwide on mobile devices. The newly introduced Destinator 9 is the most feature rich turn-by-turn application for the iPhone and goes beyond navigation to deliver a fresh and innovative GPS experience.

Read More www.marketwire.com


Ahead of this weekend’s DTM curtain raiser, Audi has produced an iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad compatible app to keep their fans right up to date on its 2010 racing activities.

The app is available now in the App Store and we have to say that for a first go, it’s a very good effort. 

Read More www.skiddmark.com


The so-called iPhone 4G prototype, reportedly lost at a bar in California and then dissected in a now-infamous post by tech blog Gizmodo, offers some hints as to Apple’s thinking in realms such as video social networking. Meanwhile, a Daring Fireball post suggests that, based on the barcode on the device, the dissected unit could be very close to the final version of the next-generation iPhone. The Apple engineer who allegedly lost the device has been offered a free trip to Germany to drown his sorrows.

Read More www.eweek.com


Sunday, April 25, 2010

PayPal has announced that it will facilitate in App Purchases in iPhone and Android market. It is being reported that payment via PayPal can now be an alternative to the current payment methods in the Android Market or from Apple store to purchase any application.

Read More www.gadgetsdna.com


The fat might be hitting the digital pan for Gizmodo, the popular online tech blog that leaked a full set of photos, videos, and descriptions for Apple’s rumored fourth-generation iPhone. CNET reported Friday that California authorities are investigating the matter to decide whether Gizmodo’s $5,000 purchase of the prototype phone from its source violates California criminal law.

Read More www.pcmag.com


Saturday, April 24, 2010

Electric Pocket Limited announces the availability of BugMe! Lite, a free version of the popular note-taker and reminder application for iPhone users. For well over a decade, PDA and smartphone users have been using BugMe! to create notes and set reminder alarms to keep them on-task and on-time. BugMe! Lite offers all of the features of the full version, but is limited to three notes.

Continue reading.


Insurers plotting mobile payment plans would be wise to watch what unfolds as Apple decides the iPhone’s future as a mobile payment device.

Apple Inc. has the power to make mobile payments huge, but not quite in the way bankers hope.
Several recently unveiled patent applications indicate that the Cupertino, Calif., company has a comprehensive vision for incorporating near-field communication chips — widely considered a crucial element for mobile payments — into its iPhone.

Read More www.insurancenetworking.com


Steve Wozniak, the patron saint of Apple computer engineers, is smiling down on Gray Powell.

Wozniak, who along with Ronald Wayne and Steve Jobs founded Apple in 1976, recently had himself photographed drinking a beer, staring into an iPhone and wearing a T-shirt that reads: “I went drinking with Gray Powell and all I got was a lousy iPhone prototype.”

Read More news.cnet.com


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