Archive for November, 2011

Samsung wins appeal on Galaxy tab ban in Australia (Reuters)

Nov 30 2011 Published by under General Interest

Reuters – An Australian court on Wednesday reversed a ban on the sale of Samsung Electronics Co Ltd’s Galaxy tablet computers in the country, handing it a rare victory against rival Apple Inc in the firms’ intensifying global patent war.

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    Is Microsoft Office coming to the iPad? (Digital Trends)

    Nov 30 2011 Published by under General Interest

    Digital Trends – According to The Daily, Microsoft Office is heading to the iPad. “Sources” say iOS compatible software is currently in the works, as is an OS X Lion edition due sometime next year.  Microsoft is also busy beta testing Office 2012.

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      Syncplicity Android app stores and shares in the cloud (Appolicious)

      Nov 30 2011 Published by under General Interest

      Appolicious – If you haven’t yet explored cloud storage, here’s another chance. The Syncplicity app provides an easy way to store and share files, photos, videos and music from your Android device, and Windows and Mac apps allow you to sync with the same storage from personal computers. With a service like this, moving files and memories between all your computers and devices is simple.

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        IPhone expels smoke, glows on Australia flight (AP)

        Nov 30 2011 Published by under General Interest

        AP – Apple’s iPhone is the world’s hottest smartphone — and one iPhone in Australia appears to be the hottest of the bunch as it spontaneously began smoking last week.

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          The worst iPhone games of 2011 (Appolicious)

          Nov 30 2011 Published by under General Interest

          Appolicious – When a game app isn’t bad because it’s unplayable or impossibly broken but because you can see its potential squandered right in front of your eyes, it can be hard to take. A game that’s broken is easily discarded, but a game that’s disappointingly incomplete keeps calling you back only to disappoint you repeatedly until you’ve finally had enough. Here are five games that did that to me in 2011.

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            Best iPod Touch Apps (Digital Trends)

            Nov 30 2011 Published by under General Interest

            Digital Trends – The iTunes App Store can be quite daunting when you don’t know what you’re looking to add to your iPod Touch. Currently, there are over 500,000 apps. They span range from the niche apps like calculating your blood alcohol content after a night of drinking to full on games. For every request there are dozens of apps that offer similar features. Which ones belong on your Touch?

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              iOS 5 code mentions possibly upcoming iPad models, iPhone 5 (Appolicious)

              Nov 30 2011 Published by under General Interest

              Appolicious – People smarter than I have been digging through the code for Apple’s iOS 5 operating system and found lots of references to devices that could be on their way in the coming year.

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                Apple lets subscription-free iPhone tethering app into App Store (Digital Trends)

                Nov 30 2011 Published by under General Interest

                Digital Trends – Skip your iPhone carrier’s expensive tethering plan — Apple has (inexplicably) allowed a tethering app into the App Store. The app, iTether, lets users connect to the Internet on their laptop using their iPhone’s wireless connection.

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                  Apple iPhone 5, iPad 3 revealed in iOS 5.1 beta (Digital Trends)

                  Nov 30 2011 Published by under General Interest

                  Digital Trends – Apple has leaked a few hidden tidbits about a number of possible upcoming mobile devices in its recent developer release of iOS 5.1. Included in the script are references to the iPhone 5 and multiple versions of the iPad 3.

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                    Apple bounces subscription gaming app from App Store (Appolicious)

                    Nov 30 2011 Published by under General Interest

                    Appolicious – Just a few days after approving an iPad app that would allow users to pay a subscription fee to get access to dozens of games, Apple has pulled that app from the iTunes App Store.

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