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More Tablet rumors: It’s going to be a Wacky Wednesday

With January 27th just around the corner, it seems we can’t get enough Apple Tablet gossip. Over at BGR, they’ve got a man on the inside at Verizon Wireless, who’s mentioned some interesting things. First, the carrier has kick-off events every quarter – to show off new plans, devices and ideas for the Big Red Dog – for store managers across America….

App Review: Must.Eat.Birds

Category: Game Price: .99 cents TiP Rating: 4.8 out of 5 Release Date: 11/02/2009 Version: 1.22 Languages: English Seller: Mediatonic Ltd. Rated: Ages 9+ (for Mild Cartoon/ Fantasy Violence) Requirements: Compatible with all iPod Touches and iPhones running Firmware 2.1 or above. Link to app (clicking launches iTunes) App Store Description: The…

Earthquake victim saves own life using his iPhone

I’ve heard a lot of arguments for the use of smartphones, but this one beats them all: When the Hotel Montana in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, collapsed all around him, film producer Dan Woolley treated his own injuries using a medical/first-aid app on his iPhone. The Colorado Springs native used an iPhone app called Pocket First Aid & CPR (iTunes link) to…

App Review: Digicomics

Category: Entertainment Price: FREE TiP Rating: 4/5 stars Release date: 12/21/2009 Version: 1.0.0 Seller: Walt Disney Rated: 4+ Requirements: Compatible with iPhone and iPod touch. Requires OS 3.0 or later. Link to app (clicking launches iTunes) App Store Description: Introducing Disney Digicomics — a collection of the most successful Disney…

Accessory Review: iHandstick

Category: Gaming Case Price: $16.99 TiP Rating: 4/5 stars Seller: USBFever.com Requirements: iPhone 3G/3GS and iPod touch 2nd Gen/3rd Gen Summary: The iPhone/iPod Touch may be nice to look at, but the devices can feel slick in the hand. For gamers, this can be a problem. Enter the iHandstick, an inexpensive add-on that offers a familiar “game…

The iPhone dilemma

Most everyone who owns an iPhone bought it subsidized from AT&T, with nice pricing at the cost of two years of their life. I however was never one of those people. My first experience with the iPhone was through my dear friend eBay. I didn’t have the money for AT&T’s ridiculous plan pricing, and I was (and still am) a very loyal customer to…

What will the Apple Tablet be like?

I suddenly have the strangest feeling of deja vu. Back in ’03, rumors that Apple was going to make its way into the mobile phone industry were on the tip of everyone’s tongue. Yet it wasn’t until June 2007 that Apple revolutionized the mobile phone industry by releasing the iPhone. Well, guess what people are talking about today. Tech sites everywhere…

iPhone 101: How to organize apps using iTunes

As iPhone users often soon realize, having pages and pages of apps can become unwieldy and make organization extremely difficult. Luckily for us, the 3.1.2 software update gave us a neat feature that allows us to organize the apps right on iTunes, which beats dragging them around with your finger on your phone. Below are steps that can help you become…