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Sync Your iPhone With iTunes Via Wi-Fi

04/26/2010, For those of you who love Wi-Fi (which probably means the whole world), a developer has released a video promoting his Wi-Fi Sync app to the world. If the name didn’t already give it away, the app allows you to sync your iPhone (or iPod touch) with...

Google Trying To Attract iPhone App Developers With Free Phones?

04/20/2010, Apparently Palm isn’t the only one who is trying to ramp up app development for its mobile application store, as word is going around that Google is actively trying to attract iPhone app developers to develop apps for the Android platform. It seems...

Skyfire Congratulates Opera, Planning Its Own iPhone Browser?

04/14/2010, The folks behind the popular Windows Mobile and Symbian browser, Skyfire, have written a blog post congratulating Opera on its recent success on getting Opera Mini available for the iPhone via the App Store. The company stopped short of actually...

Lenovo Skylight Delayed To Compete With The iPad?

04/13/2010, Folks who have been thinking of getting Lenovo’s Skylight smartbook will undoubtedly be disappointed by the recent delay in the smartbook, but it seems like there is a good reason behind it. Word is going around that Lenovo delayed the launch of it...

Google To Remove Games From South Korean Android Market

04/06/2010, It looks like Google has decided to exclude all games from the Korean version of its Android Market. Apparently Google made this decision because it’s impossible to have all the games sold on Android rated by the local regulator, which is the Korean...

First $900 iPad App Surfaces

04/03/2010, When someone tells you about a $900-odd dollar app in Apple’s App Store, the first thing that comes to mind is generally the I Am Rich app, that was listed at $999.99 some time back, did nothing, and was eventually pulled from the App Store. Now a...

iPad runs Newton OS

04/01/2010, Hmmm, the iPad isn’t out officially for the masses just yet, but it has already undergone a hack job thanks to developer Jonathan E. Vi. He apparently managed to rig it to be powered by Apple’s ancient Newton OS that was used to run...

Smish To Offer Apps For Your Computer

03/29/2010, With application stores for the iPhone, Android and upcoming Windows Phone 7 Series set to take over the app delivery on the mobile scene, will we start getting such services on the desktop? While it’s not entirely an app store for your desktop,...

Yahoo iPad App Screenshots Surface

03/27/2010, Screenshots of Yahoo’s iPad app have surfaced, and it certainly looks like they’re making good use of the iPad’s extra real estate. It’s only a few more days now till the iPad starts shipping. If you’ve already ordered your...

iPhone Apps Must Adapt To AT&T’s Network

03/27/2010, We already know that AT&T and Apple have allowed iPhone apps to stream video over 3G, but it seems that there is a condition to that. The video app needs to be able to provide a low quality video stream to downgrade to when the going gets tough (i.e....

Microsoft Removes The Bing App From International iPhone Stores

03/17/2010, In a rather bizarre move, it seems that Microsoft has removed the Bing iPhone app from all of Apple’s App Stores aside from the US App Store. Apparently the Bing iPhone app was only meant for the US market, but the company accidentally made it...

i-Got-Control Remote Control Accessory For Your iPhone

03/17/2010, Who do you think came up with the i-Got-Control device? Why, the i-Got-it Corp. of course! The i-Got-Control is a nifty little accessory for your iPhone that can be controlled by the i-Got-Control app via the App Store. i-Got-Control features an...

eBooks Now Outnumber Games In The App Store

03/09/2010, If you needed additional information to convince you that eBooks are getting more and more popular, just check out the latest stats from Mobclix, a mobile device advertising agency. Now it seems that the number of eBook apps have outnumbered games for the...

Is The Red Dot On The iPad Advert A Camera?

03/09/2010, Despite the Apple site not mentioning anything about a built-in camera for the iPad, the camera rumors (and conspiracy theories) just won’t seem to die off. Now some folks have noticed that there is a tiny red dot in the latest iPad advertisement,...