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[22 Sep 2010 | No Comment | ]

When you have done with all your usual trivialities on your iPhones and iPads, think of creating some beautiful fractal to relax and delve in a mathematic field so unknown that if you zoom enough you will be looking at fractal areas that nobody else ever looked at! [guaranteed.—Ed.]
Chromatic Chaos from Ardeasoft can help you in the endeavour, since you can zoom literally billions of times and get fractals comparable in size with Jupiter’s orbit.
Fractals can be saved in a gallery, or images can be saved in the photo album. …

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[20 Sep 2010 | No Comment | ]

Andrew and Alexa Kaz released Ruler 2.0, a small and good innovation of the ruler concept: instead of make little markings mentally match an object, Ruler is just a matter of aligning a pointer: alas, the exact measure value instantly appears.
Ruler 2.0 has an introductory price of US$ 0.99, € 0.79, and comes as a free update for buyers of version one.
But, this time, just version 2 of version 1 it is not: Andrew and Alexa point out that Ruler 1 was, by their admission, ugly and they rewrote the …

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[15 Sep 2010 | No Comment | ]

Want to Get Things Done once and forever? Have a look at Delegate 1.1 by app4Mac, for Mac, iPhone, and iPad.
The new version generally improves application and apps, fixes bugs, treates foreign languages better, and the like.
Until the end of September, mobile versions of Delegate are only US$ 2.99, € 2.39.
Those who opt for the Mac version can share a to-do list on the Internet with a free online service powered by app4mac servers.
Whatever version you choose, remember to stay focused on one task at a time and leave multitasking …

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[3 Sep 2010 | No Comment | ]

According to NetMarketshare, iOS browsing global quota surpassed Linux’s starting from July 2010 and our beloved iPad shares some merit from that with iPhone and iPod touch.
Linux-powered devices exist from more than a dozen of years. They are usually capable desktop or laptop computer, with big screens, fast processors, true keyboards, multi-button mice, strong Internet connections.
Nevertheless, in three years a entirely new category of devices, with small screens, relatively slow processors and no physical keyboard at all surpassed them in terms of generated web traffic.
As a bonus, you can check …

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[26 Aug 2010 | No Comment | ]

As Chris Anderson put it:
[with apps on your device, iPhone/iPad namely] You’ve spent the day on the Internet — but not on the Web. And you are not alone.
Ok, this may sound strange, a little strecthed and provoking, but if you’re an avid iPhone/iPad user you may agree.
App usage vs. web usage is a compelling topic although I don’t think most people will drop looking at blogs (ours, namely) or using the full-page version of Facebook anytime soon.
As small services, apps has brought us a new way of interacting with …

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[12 Aug 2010 | No Comment | ]

A full MMORPG on the iPad, for free? You got it. It’s Pocket Legends by Spacetime Studios, LLC.
Just forgive the cartoonesque appearance of characters and make one. Then jump in and find others to play together. The rest is hack, slash, and dungeoneering.
Don’t look for the World of Warcraft-polish, though. Some location isn’t properly tuned for your difficulty level, for instance. But, the game really delivers and, heck, given what you pay you get an astounding performance/price ratio!
The app is optimized for iPhone too, and it looks like a miracle. …

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[11 Aug 2010 | No Comment | ]

Apple released iOS 3.2.2 for the iPad and, of course, iOS 4.0.2 for the iPhone.
The release fixes a critical bug, used by jailbreakme.com to jailbreak iOS devices in a breeze, but way more potentially nasty if exploited by malware.
At the moment there’s no news of such an attack circulating and maybe no one will come. But, do a favor to yourself and your iPad, and please update NOW.
Those who prefer it jailbroken have to wait a little, we suppose, just the time to get noticed by Dev-Team or whoever else …

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[24 Jul 2010 | No Comment | ]
CNN launches free international news app for iPhone and iPod Touch

CNN has launched an international news app for the iPhone and iPod Touch, in a move described by the company’s VP for mobile as “revolutionary”.
The interactive app enables users to follow news from across CNN’s outlets, as well as providing a section dedicated to their iReport platform.
The network launched a US-only, paid news app last year but the international version, which became available today, will be free to users outside of the US.
Speaking to Journalism.co.uk at the Frontline Club event on mobile newsgathering, CNN’s VP for mobile Louis Gump said …

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[8 Jun 2010 | No Comment | ]

The iPhone 4 was announced today during Steve Jobs’ keynote at WWDC and the world is taken by storm again.
Its flagship features are, of course, the extremely high resolution screen, video chat capability with FaceTime, and the sexy new form factor. But there’s more to the 4 than that, and even those seemingly self-explanatory new features deserve a closer look. Let’s see just what Apple’s done here with its biggest update to the iPhone since the original.
We’re all pretty familiar with the new body, since it was really the focus …

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