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Apple iPad dispenses change in a different role

10/13/2011, We all know what a versatile device the iPad can be, but who would have thought that it could actually dispense money to customers? That’s exactly what happens when Revel Systems teamed up with Telequip in order to find a way to increase the...

Garmin ANT+ adapter for iPhone arrives at the FCC

10/13/2011, Folks at the FCC have yet another new toy to keep themselves occupied, as they fool around – sorry, I don’t mean to be disrespectful, as they play around with the Garmin ANT+ adapter for iPhone this time around. Of course, just like the...

iOS 5 tethered jailbreak is now available

10/13/2011, iOS 5 isn’t even out for a full 24 hours and the iPhone Dev Team managed to roll out a jailbroken (tethered) iOS 5 that caters for the iPhone 4, the iPhone 3GS, both iPads, and the iPod touch (3rd and 4th generations, of course). Needless to say,...

Maide transforms iPad into a 3D controller

10/13/2011, Looking for a 3D controller in the market? Somehow or rather, you know deep down inside that a device like the iPad as well as its successor, the iPad 2 is able to qualify for such a role. Maide Control will harness the power of you iPad, using it almost...

Twitter fully integrated into iOS 5

10/12/2011, As most of you should know by now (if you’ve upgraded your iOS devices) that Twitter is fully integrated into iOS 5. Now what does this all mean? Well, if you’re a huge user of Twitter, it basically means good news, and for those of you who...

iTar turns your iPad into a guitar

10/12/2011, Remember the GhostGuitar app that turns your iPad 2 into an electric guitar? Well the folks over at Starr Labs have decided to take things a step further by turning it into a real guitar with the combination of an accessory and an app. Using its patented...

iOS 5 Update Problems

10/12/2011, Nothing in the beta could have let us foresee that the iOS 5 update process would be harder than usual, but it was. It is fair to assume that unresponsive servers and possibly some issues with iTunes  itself may be the cause of the troubles that some...

Find My Friends iPhone App Released

10/12/2011, Now that iOS 5 is in the wild (it has been in beta for months), Apple has released the Find My Friends app. The concept isn’t new: this is an app that lets you locate your friends who willingly share their position temporarily, or at all times....

BerryMover app imports Blackberry data into iPhone

10/12/2011, If you’re a current Blackberry owner who is making the jump over to the iPhone 4/ 4S, you might be worried about importing data from your Blackberry device. For starters, not only is the iPhone a completely different platform, but it does not feature...

iOS 5 download is now available

10/12/2011, The long wait is over – those of you who sat through seven Beta releases as well as a solitary gold master, the final version (that is ready for a commercial release) of Apple’s iOS 5 is now available for download to those who have compatible...

Sprint does not do unlocked microSIM iPhone 4S

10/12/2011, Sprint might have a “can do” attitude overall, but there’s one boundary that they won’t overstep – that is, to sell the iPhone 4S with an unlocked microSIM card slot. Basically, Sprint customers who purchase the iPhone 4S are...

“iPad mini” in the works to compete with the Kindle Fire?

10/12/2011, While Amazon’s Kindle Fire has yet to be put to the test (its release is on the 15th of November), it has done rather well for itself in terms of pre-order sales, with reports last week that it managed to hit the 250,000 mark (we expect it’s probably...

Keystone ECO Slider Keyboard for the iPhone 4/4S

10/12/2011, One of the reasons why some people prefer using their Blackberry devices is due to its physical keyboard layout, which some might argue is superior over an on-screen keyboard. Some Android manufacturers might have acknowledged that fact by putting out...

Lost iPhone 4 saga ends

10/11/2011, I guess it is fitting that at long last, we have closure of the lost iPhone 4 saga from more than a year ago. Jason Chen, editor at Gizmodo when everything happened, is said to be immune from prosecution thanks to journalism protection laws. As for the...