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Mobile phones are always with us and are great for following sports action when we are out and about. ScoreMobile was updated for the iPhone and iPod touch and is an excellent application for sports fans.
With Black Friday closing in on us, a lot of attention is being paid to gadgets and Apple is well poised with the iPod, iPad and iPhone topping the gift-giving charts.
Got an old iPod from the last couple of years to get rid of? Toys "R" Us will probably take it and give you something in return if you act quickly.
There are plenty of cool gadgets that never seem to make there way over from Japan to the U.S., but AudioCubes does a pretty good job of bringing over a lot. The latest delivery is the Sony SRS-V500IP iPod dock speaker.
There are many of us who want to stick with our wireless carrier, yet still would like to experience the latest Apple touchscreen device. Thankfully, Apple launched the iPod touch in three different capacities and it provides consumers with the high resolution retina display, A4 processor, iOS 4.1, and HD video camera.
Do you want to be the super director of hollywood? Use you iphone to direct your own Fps movie. Fps Movie fx. Include a lot of hollywood...
Apple's new line-up of iPod music devices unveiled overnight in the US will hit Australia next week, the company announced this morning, although the nation will have to wait a little longer for the revamped Apple TV.
Apple goes to great lengths to keep stuff secret. One secret is the mystery behind how "Works with iPhone/iPod" chargers work. Apple doesn't tell us, and manufacturers have to sign confidentiality agreements. Without this knowledge, you get the dreaded "Charging is not supported with this accessory."
FIVE STAR Anti-theft iPhone application.============================iSafePlayer is an anti-theft music player, which could play those...
The US International Trade Commission has agreed that Elan's patent claims on the iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, MacBook and Magic Mouse warrant following up
Here's a small safety tip. When you're telling a 361-foot long, billion dollar submarine where to go, turn off your iPod.
Wireless data access is a growing need for many of us and when we travel it can be hard to find hotspots at reasonable prices. Boingo kicked off their new WiFi Credits option where you can buy a one hour block of access for $1.99, right from your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch.
It seems that Nokia kicked over the hornet's nest back in October when they sued Apple for infringing on patents that they claim others have been legitimately paying for while Apple has been refusing to pay for. Not surprisingly, Apple then sued Nokia for infringing on their patents. We then recently saw a rather stupid request from Nokia to have Apple iPhone, iPod, and Mac computers banned from being imported. Of course, the latest filing from Apple asking the US government to ban Nokia phone imports is the expected retaliation we have come to expect from these two.
The rumors of an Apple tablet/large screen iPod continue to live on, along with the possible upcoming Crunchpad device. After reading Jeremy Toeman's latest article titled, The Tablet That Nobody Really Wants..., I have to say I think he put into words perfectly what most of us have been thinking. I have tried different tablet devices in the past and I see very little benefit from them for the majority of people. The iPhone/iPod touch seem to be just about as big as you need for a productive web surfing and media consumption device and a tablet Apple really does not make much sense to me.
It seems like it took the designers and engineers at Microsoft two and a half years to figure out something that a lot of us already knew - that a small, touch-screen, solid-state media player (just like the iPod touch!) is what people really want in a portable media player.
Right at the end of 2008, Michael Arrington posted some info from his sources on a rumored large form Apple iPod touch/table for sometime in 2009. There is now some information available on an Apple patent for a large display device. Even with these pieces of information and hopes of the Apple faithful, I am highly skeptical of Apple ever releasing an Apple tablet/large display iPod. The iPod touch is already priced at $299 and $399 and the original iPhone (unsubsidized) was priced at US$599 so an Apple tablet would easily be priced at $700+ I am sure. In today's economy that is an unreasonable figure when small form notebooks with actual keyboards can be used to do the same thing for $300.
Some of my favorite games on my Windows Mobile devices are from PDAmill and I was pleased to just receive a note that eight of their games (soon to be 11) are now available for the Apple iPhone and iPod touch. The games include Bowling for Burgers, The Corsair, Gamebox Classics (contains my daughter's favorite Jewel Master game), Gamebox Solitaire and Solitaire II, Gamebox Sudoku, Glyphos, and Melonchi Minecarts. All but The Corsair and Bowling for Burgers are available now for just 99 cents, the other two are just US$2.99. Fun Factory, Gamebox Asia, and Gamebox Gems will be coming soon.
A surprising piece of information came out of a TouchArcade interview with Handheld Games Corp’s CEO Thomas Fessle. Fessle noted that performance of their 3D TouchSports Tennis game (iTunes, US$5) is noticeably different across models and that it runs best on the new iPod touch (second generation):The most clear difference is that fact that the iPod Touch’s processor was quietly boosted to 532MHz (up from 412MHz) with the 2nd generation model introduced in September.
Intua's BeatMaker (US$20, iTunes) bills itself as a "mobile music creation studio" for the iPhone and iPod touch. It's a revolutionary application that allows you to easily create and edit beats and loops in the palm of your hand.
If you're a fan of Wikipedia and own an iPhone or iPod touch check out Patrick Collison's Encyclopedia (US$7.99, iTunes Link).
The RichardSolo 1800 backup battery for the iPhone and iPod (US$69.99) doubles the capacity of the its earlier iPhone batteries (reviewed in July and September).
My colleague David Morgenstern today noted that the number of employees at Apple rose about 50 percent during the past year, according to the company’s 10K reportsetteB.IT (English translation) also points out some other items of interest from the SEC-mandated Form 10-K:Tony Fadell, Apple's outgoing SVP of the iPod division, will receive a salary of US$300,000 dollars per year from Apple for consulting.
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