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Cam’s take on iPhone OS 4.0 event

So the “sneak preview” is over and done with, and we’re left again with a few more questions than answers. When Jobs announced there were 100 new features and 7 major changes I was pretty excited, I didn’t know what to expect. Of course, with pressure mounting for Apple to do something about multitasking, they couldn’t refuse to address that issue. So let’s…

What’s in store for iPhone 4.0?

Apple’s sneak preview event is getting underway in less than an hour! For the compilation of announcements and news from this iPhone event, click this link to go directly to the update page and keep that page bookmarked! We’ll be updating it on an ongoing basis as news becomes available! In the meantime, the blogs are expecting these to be among the…

VID: Noah reviews the Apple iPad

PhoneDog is the “mother ship” for Today’s iPhone, and PD’s editor-in-chief couldn’t wait to dive into this much-hyped tablet from Apple. Here, Noah Kravitz offers a two-part video review of the iPad. Part 1 is above, Part 2 below….

iPad App rejection: Web Albums HD

If you are one of the many that uses Google’s online photo album service Picasa then you may also know that they have never created an application for the iPhone or iPod Touch. This is where Web Albums ($0.99 iTunes Link) comes in to fill the gap. This application can give you the option to view others public photos by merely typing in their Google…

Vid: Dueling Carls

So some out there may find this video stupid or unfunny. For me, it brings joy to my heart every time my 3-year-old daughter laughs as she plays with my iPhone. I originally found this video by mistake when doing a recent article for the iPad. Since then, I forked over the $0.99 to own this newest…

Matt’s top 5 games for the iPhone

Every week, Matt Stratton’s Top 5 column will focus on different aspects of our iPhone OS universe. From gripes to fun commentary, cool tips to hot hacks, and even some apps or accessories to drool over, this weekly post will hit them all. So keep your eyes peeled here every Wednesday. . Sure, everyone’s going ga-ga about gaming on the iPad. But not…

Jailbreakers’ Tuesday – Tweaks part 1

Ladies and Gentleman, today we talk about one of the coolest aspects of jailbreaking – tweaks. What do I mean by this? Tweaking your iPhone, by my definition, allows you to modify the appearance of your iPhone while gaining access to functions that you wouldn’t normally have with a locked device. If you are just joining us, be sure to check out our…

Make your iPad cool – Part 1

Now that the first iPads have gone out into the wild, many of us have finally gotten a chance to get our hands on the device. But now that we have, some of us are suddenly realizing that we didn’t look into the effect of our – well, getting our hands on them. Like all over them. Enter the iPad case. Just a month ago, there were few on the market….

HP Slate is out to top the iPad (video)

The reviews are in, and most would say that the iPad is a hit! So no wonder other companies have started taking direct aim at the Apple gadget. There’s a new tablet from HP, and in its recent video, it obviously focuses on the missing features from this “magical” device, like USB port, HDMI-out port, flash support, dual cameras, and expandable memory. The…

iPad already has charging issues

Some iPad users might find that their new purchase isn’t entirely bug-free. There are reportedly problems for some users who attempt to charge via USB into their computers, with a “Not Charging” indicator popping up on the upper right of the screen. When IntoMobile looked into this, it confirmed there were no issues when charging via power brick or…

App review: Tap & Track

Category: Healthcare & Fitness Price: $3.99 TiP Rating: 4/5 stars Version: 4.5 Seller: Nanobit d.o.o. Requirements: Compatible with iPhone and iPod Touch. Requires OS 2.0 or later. Link to app (clicking launch iTunes) App store description: This application will calculate your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) to find your Daily Calorie Needs…