Verizon FIOS Customers get some mobile perks!

Verizon has recently been testing there new LTE network coverage and the majority of the cell phone industry is gitty with anticipation. Verizon has also recently made news with the speeds at which they have tested there new FIOS network near 1gigabit per second is pretty fast and impressive. But I’m not here to talk about ...

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Apple Moving Quickly into the Corporate World

Apple is making amazingly quick headway into businesses with its iPhones and iPads. Just how quick? According to Electronista, approximately 50% of Fortune 100 companies either use or are testing the iPad for corporate use. Another 80% of the Fortune 100 is using or adopting the iPhone. That blow your mind? 60% of the entire ...

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BMW New iDrive Will Bring Unparalleled Connectivity to iOS Devices

BMW’s next revision of its iDrive system will offer complete integration with Apple’s iOS powered devices. The German luxury automobile manufacturer is working on a system that will allow users to control their iPhone, iPod touch or iPad from their car’s central console controls. By grabbing information from the iOS device’s docking cable, full integration ...

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iTunes Store Hacked?

PCWorld is reporting that a number of iPhone apps have been removed from the top 50 paid book applications section following complaints from other developers. The culprit? A number of poorly coded apps by the same publisher—mycompany/Thuat Nguyen. Despite occupying 40 of the 50 spots, the apps had no user reviews and were all very ...

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Watch the Tour de France 2010 on Your iPhone

The FIFA World Cup is not the only major sporting event that has come streaming to mobile devices. The 2010 Tour de France is also now underway and Lance Armstrong is claiming that it will be his last one. The good news is that you can watch the entire race live from your Apple iOS ...

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Hulu Plus on the iPhone

Hulu, the popular free streaming video website, has finally released an app that allows iOS (iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch) powered device users access to all the fun. The only catch? It will cost you $10 a month. Oh, and you will still have to suffer through advertisements. Ouch. The good news though, is that Apple ...

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114,000 iPad users hacked via AT&T

To me this comes as no real surprise, as I’m sure some of you know that there was an upward of 2 million iPads sold in the last 24 hours (ok I’m joking). It has been revealed by Gawker that an estimated 114,067 Apple iPads were hacked into via good old At&t. The reported hack supposedly ...

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Ordering with an iPad

The Australians appear to be more inclined into incorporating the iPad into their local businesses. A few days back, it was reported that one of their budget airlines Jetstar has the first in flight entertainment consisting of the Apple tablet. Now a local restaurant in Australia is taking a risk by using this expensive device ...

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Unusual Uses for the iPad

Give the people an iPhone or an iPad and see them do wondrous things with it. We have featured a number of interesting uses for the iPhone over the past few weeks, some currently not available on the market yet and still under development. Now it is time for the iPad to show its stuff. The ...

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The End of AT&T’s Unlimited Data Plan

For heavy data users and downloaders using an At&t smartphone, June will be known as the darkest month. Beginning June 7, AT&T will be implementing a new set of so called affordable plans for their subscribers. The bad news: there will be no more unlimited data plans. According to Ralph de la Vega, AT&T’s president of ...

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Adobe or Apple?

Apparently this is the main question Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs has given to companies, stick with Apple and lose Flash or leave Flash for Apple and HTML5. For Apple Inc., there is no middle ground on this issue. Steve Jobs has been adamant in leaving Flash out of all Apple devices, including the iPad and ...

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iPad on Jetstar

One of our recent articles featured the iPad being used as the in-flight entertainment for one airline. This was part of the announcement from Bluebox Avionics, although it was initially assumed to first appear on a British flight. We have just received word that the device will be on Australian flights instead. Passengers on a ...

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Should You Buy the iPad 3G?

The 3G enabled iPad was just released this month but the extra cost is making users think more than twice on whether the upgrade is worth spending on. A Wi-Fi enabled iPad costs between $499 - $699, while the 3G version falls in the range between $629 - $829. Obtaining the iPad 3G gives users ...

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iPad Threatens Nintendo

Apple products are able to do a variety of functions, including accessing the Internet, downloading content and opening a variety of files. Even with the iPhones, it was already possible to download and play video games. It is of little surprise that the unveiling of the iPad would turn heads, more than just the tablet ...

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iPad App Flying Without Fear

Just recently we gave a report that airline patrons may expect to find an iPad during one of their British flights. Even if it may take a while before the rest of the world sees an iPad as in-flight entertainment, it may still be worth carrying during your next trip. A large number of people have ...

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