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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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According to an IBM report, iPhone, iPad rose up to 13 percent of all online purchases on Christmas.
More figures show that on December 26, online sales rose by 27.8 percent compared with 2010.
Eyeing online sales across 500 retailers on December 25 and 26, IBM’s latest holiday benchmark report found a surge in cybershopping from mobile devices.
A full 16 percent of all online traffic recorded by IBM came from mobile devices, a surge of 109 percent from last year.
The great – and strange news come from the fact that purchases …
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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 …
Update to our previous iOS 4.3 post: iOS 4.3′s new Personal Hotspot works on iPhone 3GS – albeit only with cable and Bluetooth pairing!
Long-time friend Enrico has just tested iOS 4.3 on an iPhone 3GS and checked that Personal Hotspot, the internet connection sharing feature of 4.3, runs happily although only via the iPhone cable or a Bluetooth-paired connection.
So, as far as we know, Wi-Fi sharing is available only for iPhone 4.
As a result, iPhone 3GS users can still enjoy their beloved toy and share connectivity to iPad (non-3G) or …
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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 …
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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Upcoming FaceTime support for the iPod touch — and possibly the iPad — should allow for customizable user details, code examination is said to show. It was recently discovered that Apple is planning to link FaceTime IDs to e-mail addresses attached to Apple ID accounts. On the iPhone 4, FaceTime calls are presently linked to carrier phone numbers.
As a part of the iPod arrangement, people will allegedly have unique FaceTime usernames and passwords. This should even include customizable caller IDs, since they do not have to be associated with a …
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 …