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The 2012 Olympic Games begin in London, England on July 27th and run through August 12th, 2012.
Opening ceremony will start today at 9PM (London time) at the Stratford Olympic stadium, well-known director Danny Boyle is in charge of directing the show.
In order to follow all sport events with our beloved smartphones and tablets, here are the three official apps available for Android (being Samsung the London 2012 main sponsor), iOS, Blackberry and Windows Phone.
The Join In App is the official guide to all venues, places and stadiums as well a …
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As European Soccer 2012 Championship is approaching, get a grip on Blast Ball by Uncade LLC, a strange soccer game for iPhone and iPad where you’re supposed to score as much goals as possible with no care of what you’re throwin’ in!
You’ll be kicking not just regular soccer balls but a complete weird inventory of funny stuff, including bombs.
With a retro look and strange graphics, Blast Ball is definitely worth a try!
Blast Ball is available on iTunes Store by clicking here!
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Check Apple‘s web site: you could win!
As of today, nearly 25 billion apps have been downloaded worldwide.
Which is almost as amazing as the apps themselves.
So we want to say thanks.
Download the 25 billionth app, and you could win a US$10,000 App Store Gift Card.* Just visit the App Store and download your best app yet.
Check here for more info about the 25BN downloader prize!
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The spot, from longtime Apple ad agency TBWA\Media Arts Lab, illustrates simply how the technology works. In the ad, a user downloads an album on an iPhone 4S and then — voila! — it shows up on that user’s iPad and Mac. The same goes for new contacts, calendar entries, photos and apps.
This isn’t Apple’s first ad for iCloud. A commercial released last November made the same point, but included narration to spell it out. That spot came a few weeks after Apple’s official iCloud release in October.
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iPads in classroom?
Time reports about a recent study: iPad 2 helped score better tests results.
Any comment needed?
A new study shows that students who use iPads in the classroom score better in literacy tests than those who don’t. As previously reported, educators in Auburn, Maine began instructing 266 kindergarteners using the iPad 2 this fall, and those who used the tablet scored higher on literacy tests and were more enthused about learning, according to Apple blog TUAW.
We strongly advice you to read this too: Apple’s Textbooks: Undeniably Cool, But Will They …
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EasySign, is a cool iPad/iPhone app that lets you sign documents using your mobile phone/touch device.
The app saves you a lot of time and money by solving the problem of dealing with hassles and frustrations of printing, scanning or faxing while signing documents.
Users download the App from the AppStore for free and import a document from an e-mail attachment, Dropbox or other cloud based file storage services.
Once the document is imported, you can sign and fill it right on your smartphone or tablet and then send the final document directly …
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Are you Flickr-addicted?
Are you a pro-am photographer?
Meet Indicommons for iPhone and iPad!
The Indicommons application provides a new way to access the wealth of historical imagery and information from around the world that is found in the Commons. No matter where you are, you can browse through the various institutions’ collections, or search the Commons for items of interest. If you have a Flickr account, you can also help enrich the Commons by adding tags and comments to the various Commons items directly from the application.
Where exactly does Commons come from?
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You may already know Box.net, the online simple file storage.
Box.net gives you from 5 GB (free) up to 1 TB (or unlimited, paid) storage space to enjoy team collaboration, cloud computing or just an easy way to backup files, photos and your stuff (check here for correct pricing and plans).
This kind of services seem the perfect companion to iPads and iPhones: without even using iTunes syncing (nor iCloud) you can have the same photos, videos, PDFs (on iBooks, for examples) wherever and whenever you want it!
Here at theiFile.com we use …
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In July we wrote about Flipboard for iPad and this social media aggregator has become huge since then.
Today, Flipboard becomes available for iPhone and with a stable release too!
A new personalized-reading app for the iPhone is being launched by Flipboard, the design-centric company that led the customized-news charge with its app for iPad.
News can be rapidly browsed with a thumb flick from the hand holding the iPhone, like a digital Rolodex.
As you may expect, signing up a (free) account on Flipboard bring the same content, RSS-feeds and windows arrangements and …
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iOS 5 release is upcoming, are you ready for the 200+ new features?
So what are we waiting for?
What are those features, seen by many as Steve’s latest legacy?
Better Notifications: iOS 5 will include the new Notification Center, which can be accessed by swiping your finger downward on any iPhone screen. You can customize which notifications appear, including emails, texts, Game Center updates and weather. The point is to make notifications less like that interrupting cow in your knock knock joke.
iMessage: The new messaging feature allows iOS users to communicate over …