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Friday, March 9, 2012

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Firemint returns with Flight Control Rocket

Posted: 08 Mar 2012 06:40 PM PST

Fans of Flight Control rejoice as Firemint just announced the next evolution of their popular and additive game, coming later this month for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


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1080p videos actually don’t use that much storage on Apple TV

Posted: 08 Mar 2012 04:23 PM PST

Yesterday, Apple announced its updated third-generation Apple TV, at a media event in California. The highlighted feature of the new Apple TV, along with its updated UI, is the ability to play 1080p videos. Netflix announced hours later that it will support 1080p streaming to Apple’s new device.

But the question comes: is downloading 1080p videos really worth it — over 720p? (...)
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Check out today’s free and discounted apps in the App Store

Posted: 08 Mar 2012 04:01 PM PST

The App Store is filled with hundreds of thousands of apps for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. At iDB we keep an eye on the best apps available to see when they’re available for the best price.

These apps are currently available for a great discount, and some of them are even totally free. We recommend jumping on these hot deals while they are available. Act fast before it’s too late!(...)
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FireCore updates its aTV Flash (black) software to version 1.4

Posted: 08 Mar 2012 03:45 PM PST

FireCore published a blog post earlier today announcing a new update to its aTV Flash (black) suite. The software package can add a lot of functionality to your jailbroken Apple TV, including an integrated web browser and non-iTunes content support.

The update, which brings the software to version 1.4, includes a number of new features and bug fixes. Keep reading for the full change log…(...)
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eBay offering up to $475 for your old iPad

Posted: 08 Mar 2012 03:14 PM PST

It’s iPad upgrade time, but if you’d rather move your old iPad on before stumping up the cash for a brand new one, then eBay may be the place to check out.

As part of its Instant Sale system, eBay is currently offering some surprisingly competitive prices for the iPad 2, with potential sellers not having to wait for a lengthy auction process to complete before knowing a sale is guaranteed.

Depending on your particular flavor of iPad 2, you could be looking to receive anything between $290 and $475 via Paypal, assuming your device is in good condition…(...)
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Apple begins using ‘iSight’ branding for iPhone 4 and 4S rear cameras too

Posted: 08 Mar 2012 02:50 PM PST

Mac users may remember Apple’s iSight branding for its standalone and built-in webcams. However in recent years, Apple hasn’t used the appellation, replacing it with the FaceTime branding. But bringing the term back, iSight was reintroduced during yesterday’s iPad announcement. Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing Phil Schiller showed off the new iPad’s camera, which was given the name iSight.

As noted by MacRumors, Apple has also extended the iSight name to the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S’s rear camera…(...)
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Carved offers beautiful laser engraved wooden skins for iDevices [giveaway]

Posted: 08 Mar 2012 02:33 PM PST

You know I’m not really fond of cases or skins, but I never miss an occasion to check a new one out, especially when it’s made to order. The folks over at Carved sent me a couple custom iDB skins a while ago and today I’d like to show you what it looks like.

Carved is a relatively new company that sells laser engraved wooden skins for iPhone, iPad and other devices. You can choose from a selection of skins for iPhone or for iPad, or even better, you can design your own custom skin to be laser engraved…(...)
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Verizon to offer $20 1GB data plan for 4G iPad with free hotspot support

Posted: 08 Mar 2012 02:10 PM PST

There was certainly some confusion earlier today regarding what the carriers’ plans are for the new iPad’s hotspot feature. The tablet, for the first time, will be compatible with high-speed LTE networks. And it will be to share the connection with up to 5 other devices.

As of right now, AT&T, one of the largest carriers in the US, has no idea when or if it will support the feature. But Verizon, on the other hand, has confirmed that its four data plans, starting at $20 per month, will all include free hotspot support…(...)
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Apple forced to stop suing Kodak over patents

Posted: 08 Mar 2012 01:55 PM PST

In January, 131 year old camera company Kodak filed a lawsuit against Apple for violating four patents. Fast forward a month later, Apple went after the already bankrupt Kodak in court, counter suing the company. Apple claimed that Kodak actually stole the patents in question from Apple.

Today, the WSJ reports a New York judge has ordered Apple to stop filing lawsuits against Kodak. Kodak is failing as a company and is currently bankrupt… (...)
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How to easily track your new iPad and Apple TV order

Posted: 08 Mar 2012 01:45 PM PST

It’s that time of the year again. We’re all waiting on pins and needles until March 16th when the new iPad is officially available to the public.

As Cult of Mac’s Killian Bell points out, Apple’s own Apple Store app is a great way keep tabs on your new iPad and/or new Apple TV shipment.

It’s not going to make your new iPad hit your doorstep any faster, but it’s a nifty way to ease some of the anxiety of waiting…(...)
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