Archive for July, 2011

Nuance Communications CTO talks about new Dragon Go! iPhone app (Appolicious)

Jul 31 2011 Published by under General Interest

Appolicious – The magic of mobile applications is that is that continual innovation in the arena can lead to delightful user experiences. This is the case with the new Dragon Go! app developed by voice-recognition pioneer Nuance Communications.

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    Sharing stories about creating apps for kids with iStoryTime founder Woody Sears (Appolicious)

    Jul 31 2011 Published by under General Interest

    Appolicious – You don’t have to be a first or even second mover to understand how the iPhone and increasingly the iPad are changing the storytime experience for parents and their young children.

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      Report: AT&T ‘Blackout’ Period Suggests iPhone 5 Launch in End-September (PC Magazine)

      Jul 31 2011 Published by under General Interest

      PC Magazine – AT&T employees have allegedly been forbidden from taking time off during the last two weeks of September as it preps for the release of the next-generation iPhone.

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        iPhone App Simplifies Business Card Exchanges (Mashable)

        Jul 31 2011 Published by under General Interest

        Mashable – The Spark of Genius Series highlights a unique feature of startups and is made possible by Microsoft BizSpark. If you would like to have your startup considered for inclusion, please see the details here.
        Name: uME

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          Apple Fan Snaps Photo of Possible iPhone 5 Prototype (NewsFactor)

          Jul 30 2011 Published by under General Interest

          NewsFactor – The iPhone 5 rumor mill got a boost Friday with what could be a sighting of an actual prototype by an eagle-eyed fanboy. A commuter in the San Francisco Bay Area, the Apple fan said he saw what may be an Apple employee on a train using a device that doesn’t match previous iPhones or an iPod touch, thin and with rounded edges.

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            Gamers don’t need an iPad 2 with these five Android tablets (Appolicious)

            Jul 30 2011 Published by under General Interest

            Appolicious – We all know what kind of powerhouse device the iPad 2 is for gaming. But what about other possibilities? Can any of the dozens of tablets powered by Google’s Android operating system go up against the iPad 2 in a free-for-all deathmatch? Here are five worthy options you should consider tapping into.

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              Rumored iPhone 5 spotted in the wild? (Appolicious)

              Jul 30 2011 Published by under General Interest

              Appolicious – The rumor mill went crazy today after some images of what a tipster thought was the iPhone 5 being used in the wild made their way to 9to5Mac.

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                Fresh iPhone Apps for July 29: Shark Week Live, ComicBook!, Gesundheit!, The Marbians (Appolicious)

                Jul 30 2011 Published by under General Interest

                Appolicious – Next week marks the start of Discovery Channel’s Shark Week, and we have just the thing to carry fans through it – Shark Week Live, an app designed to be used while watching to keep users tuned into the show with extra information. Also handy for this weekend is ComicBook!, which allows users to create comics using their own photos and text. Gesundheit! an action game that’s all about monsters and phlegm, leads the weekend’s games offering, followed up by physics puzzler The Marbains.

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                  Office 2011 for Mac Getting OS X Lion Update (Eventually) (PC Magazine)

                  Jul 30 2011 Published by under General Interest

                  PC Magazine – Microsoft claims to be “working hard with Apple” to bring auto-save, versioning, and full-screen support to its Mac Office suite, but cautions against expecting the update any time soon.

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                    Groove Coaster leads iPhone Games of the Week (Appolicious)

                    Jul 30 2011 Published by under General Interest

                    Appolicious – Slick, minimalist rhythm title Groove Coaster opens this week’s best games list, bringing a fresh look at the genre while maintaining the same classic kind of gameplay that fans of games like Tap Tap Revenge! will notice and appreciate. It’s a quality title that’s addictive and looks great, but it’s only one of the five games we had the most fun playing this week. Read about the rest below.

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