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Free iPhone Wallpaper: Ferrari

Ferrari iPhone Wallpaper

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Tap Tap Revenge: Best Free iPhone Game Yet?

Furiously tap to the beat of some great tunes in this game inspired by Guitar Hero and Dance Dance Revolution. But leave the tap shoes at home; just bring your iPhone.

Talk about addictive. Free iPhone game Tap Tap Revenge has an instantly-familiar interface to anyone who's ever played Guitar Hero or Rock Band. Supplied music tracks play in the background, and colored dots rain down from the top of the screen to the bottom. When the dots intersect the white bar along the bottom of the screen, you have to tap the dot. When an arrow scrolls down, you have to jerk the phone to the left, right, or down, depending on the arrow, as if tapping an invisible object.

There are four difficulty levels, with Extreme foisting a literal shower of dots down upon you. Tilting the phone doesn't register with the same degree of accuracy as tapping, though, making the tilting bits an exercise in frustration. It would be nice if there were a screen-based option that could take the place of moving the phone, such as tapping at the edges of the screen.

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Free iPhone Wallpaper: Apple Electric

Apple Electric iPhone Wallpaper

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Panasonic's DMC-FT1, TZ7, TZ6, FX550, and FX40 cameras outed by French authority

Panasonic's DMC-FT1, TZ7, TZ6, FX550, and FX40 cameras outed by French authority


We're not sure what's going in France at the moment but a bevy of new 12 megapixel Panasonic Lumix cameras have broken loose with or without corporate approval. Let's start with the rugged €399 DMC-FT1 (pictured). It features a 12 megapixel (1/2.33-inches) with a 28-128mm optically stabilized 4.6x zoom Leica lens and a 2.7-inch LCD. It'll survive drops of up to 1.5 meters, water to a depth of 3 meters, while surviving storage in the dustiest of apartments. It'll even shoot 720p video in 'AVCHD Lite' format... whatever that is. Next up are the €429 DMC-TZ7 and its £329 DMC-TZ6 little buddy. The TZ7 couples a 12x optically stabilized zoom (25-300mm) with the ability to shoot 720p HD video in that same AVCHD Lite format and reviewable on a biggie (but relatively common) 3-inch LCD.

Also outed is the €299 FX550 with 5x zoom, 720p video capture, and a 3-inch touchscreen buzzing along with haptic feedback. It'll even handle aperture and shutter priority modes in addition to manual exposure for those who wish to push their amateur credentials to the edge. The €299 DMC-FX40 dials things back with a skinnier chassis and smaller 2.5-inch LCD while ditching the manual stuff. Check 'em all in the gallery.



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Toshiba Camileo P30 And H20 HD Camcorders

Toshiba Camileo P30 And H20 HD Camcorders

Toshiba Camileo P30 And H20 HD Camcorders


Toshiba has just rolled out a couple of HD camcorders for the masses - the P30 and H20, hoping to make high definition shooting affordable to everyone even in the current tough economic climate. Once you're done shooting, you can always opt to share them with either model, and each purchase comes with YouTube uploading and ArcSoft editing tools. Other features of both HD camcorders include HDMI connectivity, Night Mode for low light shooting, an SD memory card slot, 5x optical and 4x digital zoom, a 3' TFT display, (2.5' for the P30) video stabilization, special effect options, a remote control and the ability to shoot stills ala a normal digital camera. The Toshiba Camileo P30 and H20 will retail for £149.99 and £179.99, respectively when they arrive next month in the UK.




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Panasonic SDR-SW21 Shock & Waterproof Camcorder

Panasonic SDR-SW21 Shock & Waterproof Camcorder

Panasonic SDR-SW21


Panasonic has announced its new SD memory card enabled camcorders called the SDR-SW21. The Panasonic SDR-SW21 sports a tough body and is more of a rugged camcorder. The device can withstand shocks, a 4 foot drop and also survive after being submerged in about 6.5 feet of water. The compact camcorder is also dustproof which makes it a great choice for outdoor shooting. The camera also boast of a quick start recording time of about 0.6 seconds. The SDR-SW21 will be available in three hues namely lime green, orange and silver for a price of $399.95 and will be shipped around April, 2009.

(Via The Digital Camera Blog.)

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Panasonic reveals new LUMIX bounty prior to PMA

Panasonic reveals new LUMIX bounty prior to PMA



Ah, the sweet smell of PMA. While the camera-filled trade show is still over a month away, Panasonic's not wasting any time in outing its new LUMIX lineup -- which we already saw with Euro model names earlier today. Up first is the ZS-series, which contains the 10.1 megapixel DMC-ZS3 ($399.95) and DMC-ZS1 ($299.95), both of which boast a 25mm ultra-wide angle lens and a 12x optical zoom. The ZS3 is marked as the planet's first digicam to feature HD video recording in AVCHD Lite (a subset of AVCHD restricted to 720p, yuck), and the twin CPU Venus Engine HD provides the power to handle it. Next is the DMC-FX580 ($399.95), a compact 12.1 megapixel shooter with a 5x optical zoom and a swank touchscreen on the rear. For the argonauts in attendance, there's the DMC-TS1 ($399.95), a rough and rugged 12.1 megapixeler with AVCHD Lite capturing abilities (guess it's numero dos?), a 4.6x optical zoom and a waterproof / shockproof chassis.

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Kodak Easyshare C180 bursts onto the scene, no one seems overly excited

Kodak Easyshare C180 bursts onto the scene, no one seems overly excited



Kodak's just announced they're rolling out a new entry-level point and shoot for your photography-loving self, friend or next door neighbor. The EasyShare C180's going to have a 10.2 megapixel sensor and a 3X optical zoom lens, a 2.4-inch display. The little camera will be available in silver, blue, red and pink sometime this August, and it's going to cost you about $120. Eh, thanks, but we'll probably just wait for the Lego cam.



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iSteam for iPhone earns a bunch of 22-year olds $100,000 in one month

Chicago (IL) - After suffering through virtual beer drinking, boobs and farts, Apple's iPhone gets a new unique entertainment application dubbed iSteam. It turns your device into a foggy glass surface, perfectly mimicking a mirror after a hot shower. It will have earned a bunch of 22-year old kids $100,000 in one month, having already created a cult-like following and generating over 1 million downloads. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out why it took iSteam barely a week since its December 30 release to overtake iBeer, iFart, Pull My finger, Ocarina, Whoopies Cushion and Zephyr to briefly become #1 entertainment application in the App Store.

iSteam features an incredible graphics engine that renders foggy, wet overlays on top of any image from your iPhone's library with astounding realism. But it isn't just the graphics itself, it's the clever use of iPhone's user interface and sensors that earned this application such a huge following.

For start, you can press your finger against iPhone's touchscreen to draw shapes, which wipes out moisture and reveals your image underneath. It also provides real-time feedback with a finger squeaking sound. The jaw-dropping effect perfectly mimics real-life drawing on a steamy window and simply begs to be tried. You can also leave the image in tact to see realistic droplets form and leave marks as they fall down the screen. Turn the handset upside down and droplets change the falling direction accordingly. When you draw an image, you can email it to someone, or shake the handset to clear the screen and start over (like an Etch-a-Sketch).




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How to Make Your Own Free iPhone Dock

Apple didn't get rich by writing a lot of cheques, or by giving something away when it could charge for it later. Even when that something would mean your iPhone wasn't left kicking around on the computer desk, getting scratched up and knocked off.

All we get from Apple is a poxy little USB cable, while Steve Jobs and Tim Cook sit on a mountain of sweet-smelling cash, rubbing coins on their faces and smoking roll-ups made from £20 notes that they lit with a £5 note - all because we went out and bought a dock for our iPhone that should have had one included in the box!

Where was I? Oh yes - picking my iPhone up off the floor.

But no longer. I decided to learn by Apple's thrifty example and made my own iPhone stand from recycled cardboard.

That's right, Cook! How do you like them... Apples. Hmm, he probably likes them quite a lot. Not the best sting I've ever administered to The Man, but you get the point.

Apple's got enough of your money, dear punter, so Pocket Gamer's here to save you a few quid and show you how to make your own iPhone/iPod touch stand.

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Top 40 Best Free iPhone and iPod Touch Games

Top 40 best, free iPhone and iPod Touch games Looking for free iPhone or iPod Touch games? In this article we present what we think are the 40 most interesting, entertaining, and playable games for your iPhone or iPod Touch that you can download for free. Enjoy.

To install these games on your iPhone or Touch, go to the iTunes App Store from on the main screen by clicking on the “App Store” icon, search for the name of the game you’d like to install, and then tap on the “install” button to begin the installation process. It’s easy!

Games are in alphabetical order.

Aero Guitar Free - This iPhone/iPod Touch version of the popular console game Aero Guitar is packed with fun features and gameplay. Tap, flick, or shake you iPhone into becoming the best Air guitar player. It lets you compete with other Aero Guitar player through an online ranking system.

Audi A4 Driving Challenge - The game is all about precision and timing as you manoeuvre the car using the iPhone or iPod Touch’s accelerometer through a course of cones. It features three achievements per level, as well as cool unlockable cars.

Billiards Lite – This game features 3D animation and real-life physics. It will certainly earn the interest of loyal virtual pool players. It features different billiard games that you can play on your iPhone or iPod Touch. You can play on your own or challenge a friend via the Internet.

BlackBeard Assault Lite - This is a unique game, which can hook you into hours of play. The object is to remove a group of similar balls as they travel along a path. You can remove a group of three balls or more when you match them and fire shots to remove the balls.

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Obama Offered Free iPhone - Support US Not Canada Say Apple

Apple is believed to have offered President elect Barack Obama an iPhone to replace is much loved Blackberry. An insider at Apple said last week that Apple was prepared to give the phone away for free.

"Research In Motion and their Blackberry is a Canadian Company and Apple is a pure American Company," the insider said. "It makes sense to support an American Company as opposed to a foreign product during the economic downturn," the Apple executive added.

The move comes as Research In Motion stands to get massive global brand awareness.

Despite legal and security hurdles, president-elect Barack Obama intends to keep his beloved Blackberry when he moves into the White House this week. Interviewed by CNN, Obama said the smartphone was among the tools that he would use to stay in touch with "real Americans" to avoid becoming trapped inside the presidential "bubble".

"My assumption is that anything I write in an e-mail could end up being on CNN," he said. "So I make sure to think before I press 'send'."

Obama did not divulge just how he will overcome legal constraints, given the requirement of the Presidential Records Act to keep a record of every White House communication.

The mobile device dilemma may have inadvertently been solved on Friday.

Obama's Blackberry fell from his belt when he left his limo to board his plane in Washington. A Secret Service agent hurried to pick up the pieces.

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New Role for the iPhone: Speech Therapy Assistant

Is there anything Apple’s iPhone can’t do? Scientists at Hollins Communications Research Institute, a top center for stuttering research and treatment, this week say they have been successfully using the iPhone as a stuttering therapy tool.

The scientists programed the iPhone with a sophisticated voice monitoring system that evaluates and scores speech behaviors taught during stuttering therapy.

The iPhone is being used by their owners to work on their speech fluency whenever and wherever it suits them.

When the research institute’s clients use their iPhones during training at a shopping mall, restaurant or business, the phones display fluency measurements for each utterance onscreen.

Having this data immediately available to stuttering therapy program participants makes speech practice more effective and helps hastens its benefits, the scientists say.

In addition, the iPhone records every speech sample and then transmits the file to the institute for analysis and to provide more precise training for each individual.

An estimated 66 million people worldwide suffer from the effects of stuttering, with 3 million living in the U.S., according to the National Institutes of Health. There is no cure for the condition — only stuttering treatment can help.

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Free iPhone App: Get iJiggles-y with the iPhone

Free iPhone App: Get iJiggles-y with the iPhone

It seems the iPhone, with its OpenGL and CoreGraphics/CoreAnimation is just begging for some body distortion. We’ve seen it before (and seen it get rejected before), and it just keeps getting more fully featured. Says the developer, Smells Like Donkey:
everyone assumes that iJiggles is strictly a boob app. It is of course the first thing everyone does with it and it does it well, but it’s designed so you can have fun with it on any picture.
Indeed, version 1.1 will include: Smoother and Faster Animations, new “Inflate” feature to further enhance parts of your photos, multitouch interactivity, saving and loading.
Gallery after the break.



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15.2 megapixel Sony Alpha A800 DSLR rumored

15.2 megapixel Sony Alpha A800 DSLR rumored



At this point, it's remarkably tough to say how legitimate these claims are, and while we'd wholeheartedly recommend digesting these details with a dose of NaCl, we'd be shortchanging you to not pass 'em on. According to a curious post over at Photofan.jp, Sony is readying an Alpha A800 DSLR (mockup pictured) with a 15.2 megapixel sensor, an ISO range of 200 to 12,800, a new high-speed sync flash, 23 total AF sensors, a fresh metering / AF sensor tracking system and inbuilt WiFi. We're told that the camera will be officially unveiled at PMA 2009 alongside a trio of new lenses -- thankfully, March (and our answer) is less than two months out.



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Safari Leica M8 Digital Camera

Safari Leica M8 Digital Camera

Safari Leica M8 Digital Camera


Leica is known for its finest cameras and lenses. The company has recently released the M8 digital camera. Priced at approximately $6,500, the M8 comes in black or silver model. Its luxury green version retails for a hefty $10,000. The shooter comes with a matching canvas/leather carrying case and 28mm F2.8 Summicron lens.

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Video: Sanyo's collection of new "dual cameras" handled, critiqued

Video: Sanyo's collection of new "dual cameras" handled, critiqued

Video: Sanyo's collection of

Sanyo announced a plethora of 'dual camera' models (camcorders with still capture aspirations) just yesterday, and Geek.com's Chris Gampat was lucky enough to get a little hands on time with the lot, choosing three favorites: the VPC-FH1, VPC-HD2000, and VPC-WH1. The first two are similar in terms of specs, both capturing 1080p video at 60fps and 8 megapixel stills at 12fps through a 10x optical zoom. They differ only in form factor, the VPC-FH1 offering a traditional style and the VPC-HD2000 coming with a pistol grip. Then there's the more daring VPCP-WH1, waterproof down to 10 feet and coming in a 'look at me, sailor' yellow, but only shooting 720p video at 30fps and 2 megapixel stills. However, its 30x optical zoom is perfect for spotting Piping Plovers, and the 3.5 hour battery life means this thing can probably survive longer underwater than you. Videos of these three are below, and surely one them fits your lifestyle, so make a little room this spring, won't you?

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Olympus E-30 DSLR reviewed: distinctly different, but that's a good thing

Olympus E-30 DSLR reviewed: distinctly different, but that's a good thing



Olympus' E-30 just recently began to hit store shelves after being announced last November, and the shutterbugs at DigitalCameraReview have taken the liberty of critiquing it for all prospective buyers to see. The cam maintained the quirkiness that tends make an Olympus, well, an Olympus, but when it came down to actual performance, the DSLR didn't disappoint... much, anyway. It should be noted that it couldn't hold a candle to the D90 at ISO 3,200, so low-light fiends may want to look elsewhere. That aside, critics were more than pleased with the copious amount of features, the top-shelf focusing speed and the remarkable build quality. If it were priced a few hundies lower, it'd almost be a no-brainer, but with an asking price of around $1,300 at present time, it'll be hard to sway the eyes of those already focusing on another shooter. Have a look at the read link for a few sample shot comparisons and the full writeup.

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Yashica DVC807 HD Camcorder From Exemode

Yashica DVC807 HD Camcorder From Exemode

Yashica DVC807 HD Camcorder From Exemode


Here is the latest HD camcorder from Exemode. The Yashica DVC807 HD video camera is able to record video in 720p directly on SD/SDHC Cards (MPEG-4 AVC/H.264). Measuring 57mm x 130mm x 69mm and weighing 291grams, this camcorder also features 32MB of internal memory and allows you to record video in 720x480 (480p or DVD format) or your average VGA size. The camera is also capable of taking still picture thanks to its 8MP CMOS censor. You can purchase the Yashica DVC807 HD camcorder for around €124.

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Panasonic's Lumix DMC-FX150 reviewed, perfect for higher-end casual photographers

Panasonic's Lumix DMC-FX150 reviewed, perfect for higher-end casual photographers

Panasonic's Lumix DMC-FX150 reviewed, perfect for higher-end casual photographers

If you've been waiting for SLR quality pics out of a camera you can slip into your pocket (and we're not talking cargo pants here), Panasonic's 14 megapixel Lumix DMC-FX150 is sadly not your product. However, if you've been looking for something that can take shots approaching the quality of something like a Canon G10 but do so in a more slender form factor, keep reading. PhotographyBLOG's review of this higher-end of the point 'n shoot range finds it to be quite good, capturing great images in bright light with very few chromatic aberrations. However, darker shots (bane of the pocket cam market) are still somewhat problematic, as the built-in optical IS fails to keep images sharp and noise appears at ISO 800 and above. Despite those annoyances the $399 camera (yours for about $100 less if you don't mind bargain hunting) scored overall high marks, becoming one of the best quality shooters you can buy and have a hope of fitting in your skinny jeans.

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Lego and Digital Blue Kids Digital Camera

Lego and Digital Blue Kids Digital Camera

Lego and Digital Blue Kids Digital Camera


LEGO and Digital Blue will release a digital camera for kids that is scheduled for release in the summer of 2009. The digicam will appear to be built from classic LEGO bricks. The price ranges from $19.99 to $59.99. Stay tuned for more updates.

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Sanyo's 2009 HD Xacti camcorder lineup brings a trio of world's firsts

Sanyo's 2009 HD Xacti camcorder lineup brings a trio of world's firsts



Engadget Japanese is attending a Sanyo presser where its much loved Xacti camcorders are being overhauled. The 5-strong mix of pistol-grip and new, horizontally-oriented camcorders includes several world's firsts according to Sanyo: the world's first to shoot progressive, Full HD 1,920 x 1,080 video at 60fps (models DMX-HD2000/FH11 pictured above), the world's first waterproof HD cameras (DMX-CA9 and DMX-WH1 with 30x optical zoom), and world's first HD camera to shoot 10 megapixel still images (DMX-CG10). All the cams shoot in MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 format for broad compatibility with devices and video editing software. The DMX-HD2000 will hit the streets first on February 6 with the rest to trickle out before April is up. No prices were announced but we expect these to be competitive, as always. The rest of the new models pictured after the break with full specifications just beyond the read link.

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Panasonic's Lumix DMC-FX150 reviewed, perfect for higher-end casual photographers

Panasonic's Lumix DMC-FX150 reviewed, perfect for higher-end casual photographers

Panasonic's Lumix DMC-FX150 reviewed, perfect for higher-end casual photographers

If you've been waiting for SLR quality pics out of a camera you can slip into your pocket (and we're not talking cargo pants here), Panasonic's 14 megapixel Lumix DMC-FX150 is sadly not your product. However, if you've been looking for something that can take shots approaching the quality of something like a Canon G10 but do so in a more slender form factor, keep reading. PhotographyBLOG's review of this higher-end of the point 'n shoot range finds it to be quite good, capturing great images in bright light with very few chromatic aberrations. However, darker shots (bane of the pocket cam market) are still somewhat problematic, as the built-in optical IS fails to keep images sharp and noise appears at ISO 800 and above. Despite those annoyances the $399 camera (yours for about $100 less if you don't mind bargain hunting) scored overall high marks, becoming one of the best quality shooters you can buy and have a hope of fitting in your skinny jeans.

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Pentax Optio W10

Pentax Optio W10

Pentax Optio W10


Some of you might want to get pictured underwater. By using this Pentax Optio W10, you can get underwater photography experience. The Pentax Optio W10 is compact digital camera featuring a waterproof and dustproof design that allows it to function underwater for up to 30 minutes at 5 feet. The camera features a 6.0-megapixel CCD sensor, 3x optical zoom, 2.5-inch display, 10.5 MB of built-in memory, and SD memory cards. With only $299.99, you can take the camera fishing, boating, and skiing.

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Canon retires PowerShot A470, replaces with A480

Canon retires PowerShot A470, replaces with A480



After a year of duty, the PowerShot A470 is finally withdrawing from the retail market. In its stead, Canon has announced the 10 megapixel A480. It's 25% smaller than its predecessor and features a 3.3x optical zoom (up to 4x digital), 2.5-inch LCD screen, and a DIGIC III processor. The company is also touting a simplified button scheme and a choice of four colors to match your fashion tastes: red, blue, black, and silver. No definitive word on a US release, but Europeans can look forward to these in February for around £129.00 (US$188).

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100 Free iPhone Apps That Will Make You Smarter

By now, you’ve hopefully realized that your iPhone is more than just a communication tool. This list of 100 free apps will prove to you that it’s also an outlet for learning other languages, playing games, discovering new music, being more productive at work, and a lot more.

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Here you can find apps that help you learn piano, discover new artists, and more.

- Pandora: Learn more about music and listen to free radio with the Pandora iPhone app.
- Virtual Zippo Lighter: Hold up this realistic app on your iPhone when you’re at a concert for a lighter effect.
- Mini Piano: Practice piano during your down time with this iPhone app.
- Google Mobile: This Google tool makes it easy to search the Internet with your voice or via My Location.
- YouTube for your iPhone: Get access to the millions of videos on YouTube with this app.
- Shazam: Share music, test your knowledge of different tracks, and discover new artists with Shazam.
- Remote: Remote is a very practical tool that lets you control playback for your iTunes library and Apple TV.
- Picasa Web Albums: Manipulate and share photos via Picasa Web Albums on the iPhone.
- Stanza: With Stanza, you can download over 100,000 books and periodicals to your iPhone.
- Light Table (free): The free version of this collage-making tool doesn’t let you share or upload to Twitter, but it’s still fun.

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Stanford Students Release A Cool Batch Of Free iPhone Apps

Students from Stanford’s Fall 1008 iPhone class CS193P created a nice crop of apps that are now available or will be soon for the iPhone (see our Stanford Facebook apps posts here and here).

A list of them is here, and some of them I’m going to keep on my phone. My favorite is iDiscover, which gives you random content you think will be interesting (text, videos, apps). You rate them and it teaches the app to refine what it sends you in the future. It’s a sort of StumbleUpon for the iPhone, and its addicting. iDiscover is free. Air Guitar, a $1.99 app, looks like it might be another winner but I’m having issues downloading it.

Among the yet-to-be-approved apps, Site Saver looks like a useful way to store web content locally. I tend to take a screen shot of whatever I’m looking at, but this looks like a better solution if it saves the whole web page rather than just what’s on the screen. And Heydar, a location-based dating application, is being released at the perfect time.

The complete list is below.

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Apple Threatens Legal Action Against Those That Mimic the iPhone



Apple infers Palm's Pre phone may infringe on its IP, Palm says its not afraid of a fight

Apple created a fuss when Apple's Chief Operating Officer Tim Cook gave some pointed comments directed towards Palm. The exchange took place during Apple’s recent earnings call. During the Q&A, one of the reporters asks, "There are other iPhone competitors coming to the market: Android, Palm Pre. How do you think about sustaining leadership in the face of these competitors?"

That's when things went south. COO Cook responded, "It's difficult to compare to products that are not yet in the market. IPhone has seen terrific rating from customers. Software is the key ingredient, and we believe that we are years ahead of our competitors. Having different screen sizes, different input methods, and differenthardware makes things difficult for developers. We view iPhone as primarily a software platform, which is different from our competitors. We don't mind competition, but if others rip off our intellectual property, we will go after them.

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Free iPhone App: iFart MEGA FART

An EXPLOSION of iFart sound bombs! Animated fart explosion and vibration..

Make fun fart sounds by tapping anywhere on the screen.

Choose from different fart sounds in a flip view picker including Wet, Anxious, Ripper, Coughing, and more!



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Apple News Sites Awash With iPhone Nano Rumors

Could America's best-selling phone get a little brother?


A picture from another Apple case designer -- iChinaDeals -- of the rumored iPhone Nano. (Source: iDealsChina)

pple has a reputation for keeping the American public clinging on its every word, a reputation carefully crafted through a reputation for industry-shaking announcements ever since the release of its fortune changing iPod. The company regularly revamps its iPod line and has launched major products like the iPhone and the MacBook Air at big press events like MacWorld, held each January.

And while this will be Apple's last year at MacWorld, that does not stop the rumors that a big announcement is coming.

America's best selling phone, the iPhone, has long been rumored to be scheduled to get a smaller sibling, an iPhone nano. Now, fueled by moves by some case manufacturers, these rumors are heating up, just in time for the pre-MacWorld buzz.

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Free iPhone TV: Ustream Now Available for iPhone

Ustream Viewing Application [App Store], which enables iPhone and iPod touch users to view live video streaming from Ustream.tv is now available in the App Store. The free app provides access to both live and recorded video, as well as an integrated chat function for supported broadcasts.

Streaming video is available only over Wi-Fi and not 3G or EDGE connections. Video links can be easily shared with other users via one-click e-mail integration, and viewing is available in both portrait and landscape orientations. Users can also browse for featured videos selected by Ustream or for videos with the most viewers, and can also search for live broadcasts.

Experience live video. In just minutes, you can broadcast and chat online with a global audience. Completely free, all it takes is a camera and Internet connection. Try it now!


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Panasonic Launches The DMC-LS85

Panasonic Launches The DMC-LS85

Panasonic Launches The DMC-LS85


Panasonic released The new DMC-LS85 that powered by AA batteries. But don’t underestimate this one, because it has 8.1 megapixels, 4x optical zoom and an intelligent auto mode. This feature sets things like the ISO level, face detection, scene selection and compensates for any blur, all of which is activated by hitting the iA button on top of the camera.

[Dotgizmo]




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Panasonic LUMIX DMC-FS15 And FS7

Panasonic LUMIX DMC-FS15 And FS7

Panasonic LUMIX DMC-FS15 And FS7


Not only the DMC-LS85, Panasonic also launches some series of the brand new LUMIX FS-series. The DMC-FS15 will come with 12.1-megapixel and 5x optical zoom while The DMC-FS7 will be equipped with 10.1-megapixel and 4x optical zoom. Both oh them have a 29mm wide-angle lens, Panasonic’s Venus Engine IV image processor, intelligent ISO, face detection, and can record for 30fps 16:9 WVGA (848 x 480). The DMC-FS15 will be available in silver, black and blue for $199.95 and the DMC-FS7 will be available in silver, black, blue, pink and green for of $159.95 by the end of March.

[Slashgear]




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JVC Everio GZ-HD320 And GZ-HD300

JVC Everio GZ-HD320 And GZ-HD300

JVC Everio GZ-HD320 And GZ-HD300


This morning JVC presents its latest Everio HDD camcorder with the GZ-HD320 and GZHD300 camcorder in CES. The GZ-HD300 equipped with 60GB Hard Disk Drive/microSD/SDHC Card, while the 
GZ-HD320 with 120GB Hard Disk Drive/microSD/SDHC Card. Not only that, The Camera are compatible with YouTube Video and have 20x optical zoom. You also have the possibility to record your video directly on a DVD if needed without the needs to use a PC.

[Akihabara]




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