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AirPlayer Allows Your Mac To Receive AirPlay Videos

12/15/2010, AirPlay is a nice way for iOS devices to stream videos to compatible devices though not everybody out there has paid the $99 to purchase the new Apple TV. Someone out there decided to come up with a clever hack to allow AirPlay to stream to the Mac, and...

iPad 3-in-1 camera connection kit debuts on Chinese site

12/14/2010, The Chinese have done it again, rolling out the iPad 3-in-1 camera connection kit that comes in the form of a single dongle, merging the functionality of Apple’s two-piece iPad Camera Connection Kit alongside a USB port and a SD/microSD memory card...

Apple Patents Method to Share iOS Apps, Mac Apps

12/14/2010, With the iOS App Store in full swing and its Mac App Store scheduled to open soon, Apple is hoping to extend its leadership in the app market and drive further sales in its digital storefront with a new way for users to share and discover meaningful apps....

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...

Apple accused of selling pirated Japan novels over the Internet

12/14/2010, Publishers in Japan are incensed as they demand that Apple stop selling pirated digital copies of novels by Japanese authors, where among them include Haruki Murakami’s “1Q84″, in its online book store. According to a consortium of...

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...

Toshiba Building LCD Factory to Supply iPhone 6 LCD Screens

12/13/2010, Toshiba Corp is reportedly investing $1.19 billion to build a factory to produce LCD panels for Apple’s iPhone. The timing of the factory could mean that Toshiba-produced displays could appear in Apple’s iPhone 6. The factory, which will be...

Google Latitude Back In The App Store

12/13/2010, After making a quick appearance followed by a disappearance last week, the official Google Latitude app has appeared in the iTunes App Store again, and hopefully it’s here to stay. Despite its recent release, the app currently boasts a version...

Cydia Planning To Launch Alternative Mac App Store In Weeks

12/13/2010, Cydia is already a very popular alternative app store for iOS devices and with Apple’s Mac App Store to arrive soon, Cydia’s creator Jay Freeman has confirmed that he plans to launch an alternative Mac App Store within weeks. The Cydia...

Apple Uses iTun.es For Link Shortening

12/12/2010, It’s always interesting to see how creative people can get with domain names and it was previously noticed that Apple owned the iTun.es domain name. It was speculated at the time that Apple might use it as a domain link shortener for iTunes URLs on...

Free Phone Calls To iOS Devices With Viber

12/12/2010, Many iPhone users out there are already familiar with WhatsApp, a handy little app that allows you to send messages to other WhatsApp users for free. One of the benefits of the app is that it scans through your address book and automatically adds friends...

Smaller iPad Rumors Surface Again

12/12/2010, Like the CDMA iPhone rumors, we’ve heard many rumors of a smaller iPad. With Apple most probably gearing up to launch the iPad 2 sometime soon, whispers are going around again that Apple is planning to launch a smaller iPad and it will feature two...

Jailbreak detection API removed from iOS 4.2

12/12/2010, Apple has seemingly removed access to a jailbreak detection API that was originally introduced to iOS 4.0 over the course of this summer. 3rd party developers of mobile device management software did let the cat out of the bag, touting that the API no...