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The Mobile Search App Everyone is Talking About – Do@

I have tried several mobile search apps in the past, I usually always end up going back to good ole trusty Google. Creature of habit I suppose, but the Doat/Do@ app is a different animal than I have seen in the past. It works quite differently in that you type

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Apple Device Lineup/Revamp Imminent As the End of iPod Nears?

As iOS and Mac have become Apple’s most prominent staples, it is apparent that the traditional iPod is being phased-out by touchscreen devices. Though MP3 players of any sort seem to be synonymous with the word “iPod,” Apple may be taking a step away from iPod branding, as one of

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iTunes Match Brings Non-iTunes Songs into the Cloud for $25

iTunes Match, one of Apple’s radically-new music offerings, shakes up even the company’s own a la carte pricing model in iTunes. A $25/year subscription presents users with the ability to have their library scanned and matched with the same high-quality 256kbp/s AAC songs available in the iTunes Store at no

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iTunes-Less Updating May Be Coming In iOS 5

Gone may be the days of time-consuming iOS updates constrained by iTunes. iOS 5 could bring over-the-air updating according to 9 to 5 Mac, allowing you to install the latest software version wirelessly from your device. A user would simply receive a notification when a new version is available beginning

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Key to Flawless Beta Testing – The Simplicity of TestFlight

You may be an iPhone newbie using the device only for calling and other typical things that you could do with any other phones, which would mean you’re probably not reading his article. Or, on the other hand, you could be an iPhone junkie, partaking in online discussions about cool

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Restore Broken iPhone with Recovery Mode

iPhones, no matter how sophisticated, do occasionally have problems. At some point you may have to push your phone into recovery mode. This is basically a manual way of rebooting and restoring your phone. Turn off the phone by holding the “Sleep/Wake” button for about five seconds and then sliding

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Skobbler’s ForeverMap App

Us iPod and WiFi version of the iPad owners don’t really get to use our devices as true, solid navigation utilities. There wasn’t really a stand-out application for that purpose: accessing maps, routes, POI, etc. on the go while not having a working internet connection. Until now – well, there’s

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Device Home Sharing: What You Need to Know

Amongst the few other noticeable additions. which made their debuts on the iDevice with Apple’s iOS 4.3 release 5 days ago, was home sharing. What this did, since the this feature was already existent from computer to computer, was enable you to use your iPod or iPhone to access your

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Marble Slalom Review

From the CodeCube Brothers, comes Marble Slalom a fresh takes on the ball-roller classification in which you race through many slalom tracks to achieve the best time. While it’s not as addicting as Tiny Wings, I’ve been in love with it since I got it about a week ago. I

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Valentine’s Day Cards? YourCards Has Got Them

Happy (almost) Valentine’s Day! If you’re short on ideas want a quick, easy way to tell someone how much you care about them, then you might want to check out YourCards which is an eCard sending application. It’s fully functional, extremely easy to use and most of all it’s completely

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