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New iPhone ad aims focus at camera (and your heart)

A new iPhone ad is making rounds online, and for good reason. The minute-long commercial features a montage of happy iPhone customers the device’s camera in just about every setting you can imagine. There’s a single piano playing throughout most of the commercial. In fact, there’s only one spoken line of audio: “Everyday, more photos are taken with the…

WWDC: Developers get second chance to purchase tickets

The tickets for this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference went on sale today. Then, less than two minutes later, they were gone. That’s right, in a purchasing fervor usually reserved for Jonas Brothers concerts, developers and other interested parties snatched up every WWDC seat in less than 120 seconds. Or did they… Reportedly Apple has been…

Instapaper creator sells service to Betaworks

For those that don’t know, Instapaper is an incredibly popular web service that started out as a simple way for people to save and read articles they found online and grew to “define the pillars of the read-later market: a one-click “read later” bookmarklet, a web sync service, an adjustable text view optimized for reading, and an iPhone app with…

Pangea Software games are free until tomorrow

Ever wanted to try Enigmo, Enigmo 2, Cro-Mag Rally or any of the other iOS selections from Pangea Software? Now you can, because the iOS games are free. Above are only a few, and more are available on the App Store. Completely free. Right now. Why are you still reading? Shouldn’t you be downloading them? Here are the apps available for free: Monkey…

T-Mobile ordered by court to change “deceptive” advertising

Apparently a few folks didn’t like how T-Mobile was advertising its new UNcarrier plans, as now the courts have given an order to which T-Mobile agreed that it will change the wording of some of its advertising regarding the new mobile plans. Bob Ferguson, the Attorney General of Washington State got involved, and that is what caused the court order. After…

Mailbox: “iPad app is in the works”

If you’re a fan of the Mailbox email client that is currently available on iOS, then you will sure be glad to hear this, given you’re also an iPad user. As you can see in the above tweet, Mailbox’s developers are indeed working on an iPad version. The new Dropbox-owned email client also sent out some tweets in response to questions over a possible OS X…

Wunderlist “Pro” is now live for $4.99/month

To-do list obsessives and Wunderlist users, Wunderlist Pro is here! The developers behind the cross-platform note taker and to do list maker, 6 Wunderkinder, have released update 2.1.0 (available now in the App Store) which includes the following 3 points directed at the Pro users: • Assign and delegate tasks to your workmates, classmates and friends…

Dark Horse Comics is giving away 50 free singles

If you’re a comic book nerd/geek/*insert desired term*, than you should read on. Dark Horse Comics, in order to celebrate 2 years of Dark Horse Digital, is giving away 50 free singles via the iOS app. The comics that are going for free are the first editions of 50 of its comics, so if you are looking for a new series to get into, this is definitely a way to…

Twitter update for Mac brings Retina support

Twitter’s official Mac app has today been updated, finally bringing Retina display support.   Since its release in 2011, Twitter for Mac has gone for a long time without an update… Twitter will now look absolutely fantastic on a Retina display, but there are also a couple more improvements. Improvements to photos now means that sharing…