Comments: 1Wednesday, December 2nd 2009 - 19:20 CET
iPhone users rejoice, now there really is “an app for that,” with the launch of the Sex App Shop available for download now on the iPhone and iPod touch. The Sex App Shop is available for free and once downloaded, users can enjoy adult content from major labels and studios including apps, videos and still photos that can all be accessed anywhere, anytime. The world’s only legal app store alternative, the Sex App Shop is owned by Maria Gara, America’s sexiest magician, fire eater, snake handler and adult model.
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Comments: 0Friday, November 27th 2009 - 23:25 CET
The introduction of the new iPod Touch caused for some disappointment. Not because of its several shortcomings in audio quality, but because one of the expectations was that the new iPod would be equipped with a digital camera. The iPod Touch Video was expected to be introduced, so that the iPod Touch could record video clips with the camera. Why the digital camera is missing in the new iPod Touch is still unclear until now, but the most persistent rumors say that it was because it did not pass the quality control. That made it the end of the story for the iPod Touch Video, and the Apple fan was presented with a new, yet less impressive iPod Touch.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, November 25th 2009 - 17:45 CET
On Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, Apple is offering discounts on Apple iMac, iPods and other Apple products. Friday 27 November, Apple will be holding a one day shopping event with huge worldwide discounts. It has not yet been revealed how high the actual discounts will be, and to which products they will apply, but you can surely count on some huge percentages! This one-day global discount event applies worldwide, yet differs per area. On the day itself, various discount articles can be ordered through the Apple Online Store. Just practice a bit of patience before spending your money until Thursday at midnight, when the Apple discount commences!
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Comments: 0Thursday, November 19th 2009 - 14:10 CET
Wireless Dynamics, provider of NFC and RFID SD products, announces the iCarte 110, the first NFC (Near Field Communications) and RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) Reader/Writer to provide NFC two way communications, RFID read/write and contactless payment capability for Apple iPhones. As a MFi (Made for iPod/iPhone) accessory attaching to the bottom connector of the iPhone, the iCarte turns the iPhone into an NFC phone as well as an RFID Reader/Writer. The iCarte also contains an embedded smart-chip which can be configured as debit, credit, pre-paid and loyalty cards turning the iPhone into an electronic wallet.
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Comments: 0Friday, November 13th 2009 - 23:30 CET
One of those persistent rumors that keeps popping up, is about the development of a smaller iPhone 3Gs, also called Apple iPhone Nano. Perhaps an iPhone Nano is simply the most desired item, and we can certainly imagine why. The iPhone 3GS has had a major impact on the development of new phones, and has at the same time also influenced the creative minds of the developers that tend to stay in the background. We can certainly see potential for a small iPhone Nano, although a smaller screen does require appropriate adjustments. The latest rumors report the development of an Apple iPhone Nano with a 2.8-inch screen.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, November 11th 2009 - 12:40 CET
Apple is booming: whether it's an iPod MP3 player or an iMac computer, each Apple product is bit mystical. Such is the Apple iPhone, which is in fact just a regular cell phone. Only the rumor that they are working on a basic model iPhone, the iPhone 3Gs 8GB, is stirring things up again. It must be the fault of the Android mobile phone, which is coming from a manufacturer whose existence often appears to be hanging on a thin thread. The Motorola MILESTONE Android phone, or otherwise known as the Motorola DROID, could create fierce competition, especially in the lowest segment of today’s mobile phone market.
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Comments: 0Monday, November 9th 2009 - 23:40 CET
O2 announces the iPhone Total Connectivity Bolt On, which allows new and existing Apple iPhone customers to purchase the iPhone Internet Tethering bolt-on and receive the standard O2 Home Broadband package completely free. Pay Monthly iPhone customers who purchase the discounted £9.79 per month 3GB Internet Tethering Bolt On before 31 December 2009 will be entitled to the O2 Home Broadband standard package for free. The O2 service means users can stay totally connected and get the best connection possible, whether at home or out and about on their phone or laptop.
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Comments: 0Monday, November 9th 2009 - 12:12 CET
The Apple iPhone 3GS has only recently become available, but the first rumors about a new iPhone (iPhone 4G?) are already flooding the internet. According to the rumors and a well-informed source, according to himself, Apple is testing a prototype iPhone with built-in RFID reader. For those not familiar with RFID; this is a technology to store and read information from a distance of so-called RFID tags, which are found in or on objects. In practice, you come across these on a daily base in the form of detection gates in shops. But why would an Apple iPhone 4G be equipped with RFID, and what could a possible functionality of RFID be?
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Comments: 0Friday, November 6th 2009 - 02:30 CET
AutoRevo, the premier provider of auto dealer websites and on-demand software for automotive dealerships marketing and selling cars online, announced the release of Auto Revo Mobile, an software application that allows dealers to manage their inventory on their Apple iPhone. “The technical barriers to a true mobile solution for auto dealers have now been removed with the latest Apple iPhone. This is a great opportunity for the auto industry to flourish with a drastically increased speed of business,” said Chad Polk, CEO of AutoRevo.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, October 27th 2009 - 19:40 CET
Did New York Times Executive Editor Bill Keller speak too soon? With each and every day, the rumors about a new Apple product being launched soon seem to become stronger; the Apple Tablet. Biller Keller briefly mentioned the so-called Apple Slate during a private meeting. The Apple Slate is supposed to be a tablet that enables reading content such as newspapers. Undoubtedly Apple's refined touch technology will be integrated in the Apple Tablet. The goal of the NY times meeting was a presentation about the future of the New York Times as a newspaper in the digital era. And Apple seems to be involved in this.
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