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Navigon 1.7 for U.S., North America Now Available in App Store

12/22/2010, Navigon for Apple’s iOS platform has been updated to version 1.70–the U.S. and Canada map edition is on sale now for $45 and the app is available as a free update for those who have previously purchased. The updated app was announced...

Octopus iPhone charger sticks to the back of the phone

12/22/2010, iPhone users out there already know that the phone’s battery tends to run out pretty fast, and as such, external battery solutions are quite common. If you don’t want something that slips onto your iPhone like the Mophie Juice Pack, you could...

iPhone Screen Enlarger helps you skip the iPad path

12/20/2010, You know what some people say about the iPad – it is just an iPhone (sans phone calling capabilities) with a much larger display. Well, for iPhone owners who envy the iPad’s larger display but are more than pleased with their...

Phone x Phone turns your iPhone into something old fashioned

12/20/2010, The iPhone is undoubtedly one of the most popular phones out there at the moment, though sometimes it feels good to try and take it back in time, which is probably what the “Phone x Phone” accessory here is trying to do. We’ve seen...

Word Lens is an Augmented Reality Translator for Your iPhone

12/17/2010, Word Lens, an app available now for the iPhone for $4.99, is a language translator that combines the best of translation and augmented reality. Using a visual search style engine, all you have to do is point your camera to the text, sign, or phrase that...

iPhone 5 (clone) spotted

12/17/2010, The iPhone 4 was released just this year, and it goes without saying that there is an iPhone 5 in the works. Unfortunately for Apple, it isn’t the fruity company themselves who have come up with this next iteration but rather, a Chinese manufacturer...

iPhone app hacks colorblindness

12/15/2010, The iPhone is already famous for its ability to do a whole lot of stuff, especially with add-ons and what not, but security researcher Dan Kaminsky has other ideas this time around – to develop a fix for faulty photoreceptors in one’s eyes. In...

iPhone’s Graphics Set To Improve?

12/15/2010, With the recent sales figures of Infinity Blade on the iPhone, there’s not much doubt that the iPhone can be used as a gaming platform. With that in mind, Imagination Technologies has acquired Caustic Graphics. In case you didn’t know,...

SlingPlayer For iPhone Now Offers HQ Video

12/15/2010, Good news for iPhone and iPod touch owners out there as the SlingPlayer Mobile app has received a major update, offering you HQ video. You’ll need a Slingbox SOLO or Slingbox PRO-HD device in order to enjoy the benefits and after installing the 2.0...

Google Voice Headed to Non-Phone iPad, iPod Touch

12/14/2010, Google is now expanding its Google Voice service to non-phone devices, which includes the iPad and iPod Touch–both lack phone support and dialer to make voice calls despite the former having a mobile broadband modem via the WiFi + 3G model. The new...

iGrill Wireless Thermometer For The iPhone

12/13/2010, This iGrill is not to be confused with the iGrill that we covered a while back. This device is a grilling/cooking thermometer that offers an app that can be used with the iPhone (just like the million other devices out there). The beauty of this...