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Thursday, February 17, 2011

We have featured a number of Kinect hacks here on Geeky Gadgets but none that combine a Kinect, iPhone and iPad to create some fun Dodgeball action.

Read More www.geeky-gadgets.com


I just recently updated my iPhone to 4.2.1 thanks to the greenpois0n jailbreak. Yes, I jailbreak… and I’m proud of it. There are many benefits to jailbreaking your iPhone like SBSettings, Activator, Infinifolders, etc.

Read More socialapples.com


This post is part of an ongoing series on the Amazon Kindle and other ereaders.

Late last year, I wrote a number of blog posts on the Kindle and other ereaders, coming to the conclusion—in my final post—that the best ereader of all might actually be the Kindle app on your iPhone.

Read More communities.canada.com


Wednesday, February 16, 2011

GoodReader, named as the 2010’s #2 best-selling iPad app in the U.S., is now available with an amazingly simple-to-use Auto Sync feature which enables users to download documents or entire folders from remote servers and mark them to automatically synchronize. Changes made to documents in GoodReader will instantly be available for others to access on the remote server with a simple tap of the Sync button. Other key new features are the ability to download entire folders from remote servers, rather than only individual files, and support for SugarSync.

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I’ve been watching Apple innovate for 35-years. Most recently we’ve seen it transform the music industry, change the phone industry and reinvent the PC industry with the iPad. This year we’re looking at iPhone 5 as wallets, iTunes music streaming, the iPad 2.0 and much, much more.

Read More blogs.computerworld.com


The Samsung Galaxy S2 will be equipped with a quad-core GPU that basically every hardcore Apple fan wants the iPhone 5 to have.

Read More www.infosyncworld.com


Photojojo has released a telephoto lens for the iPhone, allowing owners to zoom in like never before. The company said each kit comes with a sleek, matte black iPhone case. After attaching the lens, users can start shooting with 8x telephoto zoom by simply twisting the manual focus ring.

iPhone Telelens

Read more www.mobiledia.com


Unfortunately we have just heard that some carriers in UK, Ireland and China are blocking access to Cydia servers. UK carrier Three after being contacted about this issue replied that this is so because they are blocking access to Cydia to prevent spread of adult content.

iPhone Cydia banned in some countries

Read More www.unlockanyiphone.net


Air travellers all know the familiar message over the PA system: “Please ensure all electronic devices are switched off ....” One passenger on a US flight, however, decided to take the law into his own hands when he saw the instruction being ignored.

iPhone airplane mode

More info on Airplane mode

Read More www.nzherald.co.nz


Friday, February 11, 2011

Apple’s iPhone users are worth more to a developer on a monthly basis than Google’s Android users based on ad revenue, according to data provided to us from mobile ad exchange Mobclix.

Mobclix looked at a basket of 50 apps on each operating system in various categories. The apps had to have 500,000 downloads or 75,000 active users, with an active user being someone that plays with the app three times a week.

Read More www.businessinsider.com


In the U.S., we tend to think that we are the center of the world and what happens here sets a trend for the rest of the world.  That’s why it is no surprise to hear Americans say that the release of the Verizon (VZ) iPhone today signals the end of the ascent of Android.  Piper Jaffay’s Gene Munster is one of these believers.  In a note to investors this morning, he said:

Read More tech.fortune.cnn.com


In the US, there’s finally a choice of iPhone carriers (something we’ve always enjoyed in Australia), so there’s going to be a rush of new iPhone buyers who didn’t want the slow AT&T network but are tempted by Verizon. Even in Australia, some people may have held off buying an iPhone because of supply difficulties. So let’s imagine you’ve ditched your stop-gap of an Android phone for what you really wanted all along.

Read More www.lifehacker.com.au


Thursday, February 10, 2011

Researchers in Germany say they’ve been able to reveal passwords stored in a locked iPhone in just six minutes and they did it without cracking the phone’s passcode. The attack, which requires possession of the phone, targets keychain, Apple’s password management system.

Read More www.pcworld.com


More rumors continue to swell as we have with regards to Apple’s release date for the iPhone 5 for Verizon. Apple is rumored to be doing its announcement for the Verizon iPhone 5 and iOS 5 this coming WWDC 2011. Although these rumors are not yet confirmed, all roads point to the this year’s WWDC for the big reveal.

Read More 3anime.com


The O’Car stereo turns your iPhone into a faceplate for your car audio system.

From the video below it seems easy to take the phone in and out and the included software interface is nice enough. Since car companies keep trying to replicate the iPhone in cars, why not skip the pretenders and go with the original?

iPhone Car Stereo

Read More autos.sympatico.ca


Wednesday, February 09, 2011

Despite the constant moaning from Steve Jobs about how AT&T’s version of the iPhone 4 was perfect, had no antenna problems, and didn’t need any tweaking, it looks like Apple decided to “fix” it anyway. Research firm iSuppli has found some major changes to the device for its change to Verizon.

Read More www.tgdaily.com


There have been some confusing messages coming from the mobile carriers lately. On television commercials, they all seem to be boasting about incredible 4G networks that let you watch videos of your favorite shows and sports events. Yet at the same time, they are taking away “unlimited access” plans (that were never really unlimited anyway), threatening to speed-limit some users, and playing damage-control with complaints about performance issues and dropped calls.

Read More www.informationweek.com


Kenwood just announced a few minutes ago for the Japanese market its new Compact Audio System the C-414 Series. Available in three different color variations, the C-414 comes with a FM Radio tuner, CD player and a dedicated iPhone/iPod dock with DTS Envelo Technology that will give you direct access to your iPhone/iPod music library as well as both a SD Card player and USB port.

iPhone Accessories - Kenwood C-414 Compact Audio System

Read More en.akihabaranews.com


Volvo Cars is launching an app for the iPhone and iPad containing inspiration and information about the new Volvo S60. For instance, the user can style a Volvo S60, watch videos, read news, find a Volvo dealer and order a test drive.

Read More mediaupdate.co.za


At long last, the iControlPad for iPhone is finally available for order and it’s shipping next week! We’ve had our eye on this thing since May of 2008, when an early prototype looked much different than the final product.

iPhone Joystick

Read More www.tuaw.com


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