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Spartacus: Blood and Sand — FREE for a limited time

Blood thirsty much? If you’re an iPhone gamer dude (or to be fair, dudette) with a penchant for gladiator-style combat, then this special may have what you need: Spartacus: Blood and Sand is now free for a limited time (down from its regular $4.99 price tag). This isn’t for the squeamish, though. If you have a problem with the sight of fake, digital…

Restoring a beat-up device

Got a beat-up iPhone? Check this out – did you know it’s possible to smooth it out with sandpaper? According to a MacRumors user, he restored the finish on his device with sandpaper and a new LCD kit. Apparently a fairly rough grade of sandpaper is in order, to remove the majority of the scratches. That won’t get you the totally clean and polished…

3G iPad has sensible way to purchase data

For those out there grabbing the 3G-enabled iPad, AT&T and Apple have come up with a very hassle-free way to purchase data. There are two major things you all need to know about the service. 1. The first thing that will make this process super easy is that nothing has to be taken care of at an actual AT&T store, and you don’t need to call…

iPad opens for pre-orders! (Ordered mine. What about you?)

If you don’t know already (which is nearly impossible), the Apple Store iPad pre-orders have begun. I have already placed my order for the 32 gigabyte Wifi version, along with some of my TodaysiPhone.com colleagues. (We’re all eager here to grab this thing and get a review out for you guys.) I also decided to grab the AppleCare at $99 for a…

App Review: SPORE Creatures

Category: Games Price: $6.99 TiP Rating: 3.5/5 Release Date: 3/11/2010 Version: 1.0.1 Seller: Electronic Arts Rated: 3.5 Requirements: Compatible with iPhone and iPod Touch. Requires iPhone OS 2.2.1 or later Link to app (clicking launches iTunes) App Store Description: Create. Explore. Evolve. It’s an all-new adventure. The SPORE Creatures are…

Bored? 5 pointless, but cool, apps

There are plenty of apps in the App Store that serve no real purpose. They’re not useful or practical; they’re just there for the hell of it, to be a gimmick. Here’s my favorite five: 1) Phototropedelic. Price: $1.99 Phototropedelic is a picture manipulating app. When I say manipulating, I mean, it turns every picture you have into the…

Up in the air: Discount on inflight wifi

If you travel, you know there’s no cellular data in the air. So checking email on your iPhone or looking up restaurants in your destination city is a no-go – unless, of course, you’ve got GoGo. The inflight wifi service is available on select flights across several major airlines, including United, US Air, Delta, American Airlines, Continental and…

App Magnets: Cutest iFridge art ever

These App Magnets are just the cutest things I’ve seen in a long time. And get this – they’re true to the actual iPhone apps. Awwwww. (Think of it; if your fridge is black, you could have the world’s biggest iPhone replica.) At $12.99, I think every iPhone user on my gift-giving list is getting a set of these this year. This fridge art beat…

New gestures coming for iPhone 4G?

You’ve got to love geeks. I mean that in the most sincere way possible. (Seriously, my hubby’s one, and I’ve got more than a little geek streak in me, myself.) What I’m talking about this time though has to do with some clever technological sleuthing. For what? Ideas on what the next iPhone might come with, of course! Here’s the…

Top 10 free travel apps

PC Mag just ran a pretty cool list of its top 10 free travel apps. I can definitely appreciate this, since the last few months have taken me to all over the country. I know that for some of you, this might be small beans though. So for the road (or air) warriors in our midst, hopefully the following list will be of use. For the most part, I agree with…

Is iPhone getting “Bing’ed”?

This Apple vs. Google thing is getting downright weird, and making some strange corporate bedfellows. The worst part? The latest episode in this saga might have the iPhone ditching integrated Google search via Safari. Here’s what happened: Before the Android phone explosion, Google and Apple were pals. (Google’s Eric Schmidt even sat on Apple’s…