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Free Fergie iPhone Wallpaper


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Free iPhone Game - Twilight: The Movie Game

Are you a fan of Twilight? You'd best head over to the App Store while Twilight: The Movie Game is free

RealArcade has released a game of the Twilight movie, and it’s available for free, but for a limited time only.

Twilight: The Movie Game is a quiz that features hundreds of questions about the Twilight universe. You can play alone – just to test your own Twilight fan credibility – or take on a fellow fan and see who knows the most about Stephanie Meyer’s creation.

The second film in the Twilight series, New Moon, has just been released, so the timing of this Twilight freebie is no mystery. Cynicism aside, if you’re a Robert Pattinson fan or just an admirer of the books, we’d recommend heading on down to the App Store before this gets a more imposing price tag.

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Free iPhone Apps To Waste 5 Minutes (PHOTOS)

People always want to focus on using the iPhone to be productive. I'm certainly no exception, but for this article I'd like us all to embrace the fact that the iPhone is excellent at wasting time. In fact, the iPhone App Store provides more than 100,000 ways to spend your time, and I want to highlight just a few of the many apps that have absolutely no productive value. Got 5 minutes to spare and no desire to get anything done (or buy anything)? Well then I've got some apps for you...

So, finally, there's Photoshop for your iPhone, except that it isn't the advanced designer and artist's tool you can buy for $999. Instead it's free and, as you can expect with that kind of price point, it bears little in common with the desktop Photoshop program other than the name. However, it is a great time waster that allows you to transform an iPhone picture in seconds. It's got all the basics - you can crop, rotate, and flip pictures. You can make them black and white and change their tint and saturation. But it goes beyond that with some attention-grabbing and fun, if not entirely useful features. You can use the "Pop" effect you can turn your picture into an Andy Warhol like design. You can make a sketched version of your pic or change it into rainbow colors (who doesn't want their picture changed into a rainbow?). It's got great UI and makes it easy to save your pics to share.

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Top 10 Free iPhone Games

The ever growing popularity of the iPhone has given rise to a craze of applications. From tip calculators to construction levels, there seems to be an app for just about everything! The iPhone is simply the perfect platform for games. So below is a list of the top 10 free iPhone games .Download and enjoy your games!

1) Cube

Cube is a singleplayer and multiplayer first person shooter that provides satisfying and fast old school gameplay. It is a landscape-style engine that pretends to be an indoor FPS engine, which combines very high precision dynamic occlusion culling with a form of geometric mipmapping on the whole world.

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2) iFarm by PlayMesh

Pick up a plow and plant some seeds in this simple yet addicting farming game. Design your farm the way you want and deck it out with scarecrows, grain silos, windmills, and much more!

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Best iPhone Costume Ever!




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Streaming NBA Games Available For iPhone, Android Phones

Apple iPhone and Google Android phone owners can now watch live NBA games

The National Basketball Association is now offering mobile phone owners the ability to watch entire live games for $40 per year.

Just a few games into the 2009-2010 NBA season, this is the first time entire games are available for streaming -- only game highlights were previously available through an official service.

There are now three methods to watch complete games in the NBA: via TV, PC, or now using a mobile phone. Initial estimates report 59M mobile phone owners have the ability to watch streaming NBA games using their mobile phones.

The coverage is available through AT&T and T-Mobile, with Verizon Wireless beginning service on November 6. Apple iPhone and Google Android phone owners have access to the streaming feature now, but RIM BlackBerry owners are expected to have streaming NBA coverage at some point in the near future.

Mobile subscribers can watch 40 live games each week while accessing game statistics and game replays. In addition, it's possible to record 30-second video clips that can be watched up to 48 hours after the game ends.

[via Daily Tech]

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New iPhone Worm is Very Malicious

Jailbroken iPhone users with SSH and a default password are the target

The iPhone is one of the most popular smartphones on the market. By most accounts, the iPhone is the most likely of all smartphones to be used on the internet to access files on the go. There are also a growing number of iPhone users who are jailbreaking the devices to use unauthorized Apple software or to use the devices on other carrier networks.

Over the last few weeks, a worm targeted specifically at iPhones which are jailbroken and have SSH installed with the default password was found. The original worm was nothing more than an irritation and would change the background image of the iPhone to a picture of washed up pop star Rick Astley. Embarrassing for sure, but hardly what most would consider malicious.

A similar worm targeting jailbroken iPhones with SSH and the default password -- alpine -- is making its rounds in the Netherlands. The new worm is different from the first in that the latest is clearly malicious and has a financial motive behind it for the worm maker. BBC News reports that security firm F-Secure discovered the worm and that it targets users of Dutch online bank ING. The worm infects the iPhone and redirects the user to a fake login page.

Mikko Hypponen from F-Secure told BBC News, "It's the second iPhone worm ever and the first that's clearly malicious - there's a clear financial motive behind it."

[via Daily Tech]

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Free iPhone App Detects Bad Breath

Though OraBrush doesn't say exactly how its app detects bad breath, this piece of software will definitely be a conversation piece when out with friends. Plus, you can "easily post the hilarious responses of any breath test on Facebook or Twitter for other friends to enjoy." Video after the break.




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Free Marissa Miller iPhone Wallpaper


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New Leaked TV Ad of the iPhone 3GS



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Dropbox Launches Free iPhone App

Dropbox released a free iPhone app! The app is of course free, and offers access to your Dropbox while you’re on-the-go. Access, view and download your files right from your iPhone for offline viewing. Take new photos or videos and sync them to your Dropbox… Or even share links to files in your Dropbox, all from the convenience of your iPhone.

In case you’ve never heard of Dropbox before, here’s the official skinny:
Dropbox is software that syncs your files online and across your computers.

Put your files into your Dropbox on one computer, and they’ll be instantly available on any of your other computers that you’ve installed Dropbox on (Windows, Mac, and Linux too!) Because a copy of your files are stored on Dropbox’s secure servers, you can also access them from any computer or mobile device using the Dropbox website.
For more information on the service in general (and to setup a free 2GB account) hit up Dropbox.com.

[via Into Mobile]

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Hasselblad Offers The World’s Most Expensive Camera

Hasselblad Offers The World’s Most Expensive Camera

Hasselblad H3DII-50 multi-shot full-color camera


If you have a spare $34,000 to spend on a digital camera, then you can buy the new Hasselblad H3DII-50 multi-shot full-color camera. The camera comes with a 50-megapixel CCD sensor that captures four shots in a row, moving the sensor by one pixel between each shot to record full RGB values at each position. The Hasselblad H3DII-50 MS is perfect for high-end photographers who use their pictures for huge commercial projects.

(Via The Digital Camera Blog.)

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Canon Presents PowerShot G11 High-End Compact Camera

Canon Presents PowerShot G11 High-End Compact Camera

Canon Presents PowerShot G11 High-End Compact Camera


Canon has added a new high-end compact camera to its range by presenting the PowerShot G11, the successor to its multi award-winning PowerShot G10. Aimed at professional photographers, the G11 comes equipped with a high sensitivity 10-megapixel CCD sensor, 28-140mm wide-zoom lens, 5x optical zoom and a 2.8-inch vari-angle PureColor II VA LCD. Other advanced features worth mentioning include Dual Anti-Noise System, i-Contrast technology, RAW shooting and P/A/S/M shooting modes. The Canon PowerShot G11 sells for $499. [dpreview]


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New Sony NXCAM is more camcorder than you ever need, but still you covet

New Sony NXCAM is more camcorder than you ever need, but still you covet


Sony's latest professional-grade camcorder probably meets your needs and then some by quite a stretch, recording AVCHD up to 24Mbps and SD quality in MPEG-2 / 9Mbps. We're also looking at a 20x zoom lens, 3 x 1/3-inch Exmor CMOS sensor, and storage options including Memory Stick Pro Duo and an optional 128GB flash memory drive. Don't lie, you want this beast, even if it clearly falls in the 'if you have to ask, you can't afford it' category. Look for more temptation sometime closer to its expected early 2010 launch.



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New Flip Video Cameras to Have Wi-Fi

New Flip Video Cameras to Have Wi-Fi

Cisco’s popular Flip camcorder has helped sparked a revolution in digital and online video. By making video recording quick and easy to record and upload, millions of random moments have been captured (and then summarily uploaded to YouTube).


However, the Flip is getting some major challengers. Kodak’s Zi8 video camera boasts impressive features and 1080p HD quality (note: I own both a Flip and a Zi8), but perhaps the bigger threat to Cisco’s camera is Apple: the iPhone 3GS can directly upload to YouTube and even theiPod Nano now boasts a video camera.


Cisco’s fighting back with new features, though. The next-generation Flip MinoHD, due in the first half of 2010, includes double the memory, a larger screen, and direct Facebook uploads. Now according to Pocket Lint (and confirmed by Cisco), the Flip will, for the first time, include Wi-Fi.



The development doesn’t surprise us: this is an area where Cisco is proficient, and with the iPhone 3GS changing the face of video (YouTube uploads rose by 400% right after the iPhone 3GS after its release), the Flip had to evolve to match. You won’t be able to upload video from anywhere, but it does make it a lot easier.


There’s one more new feature that shouldn’t be overlooked: the new Flip will increase its screen real-estate by have a sliding screen that reveals the record and menu buttons. Sweet.




(Via Mashable!.)

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Nikon D300S review roundup: it's awesome, but D300 is better value

Nikon D300S review roundup: it's awesome, but D300 is better value


You'll know from our Canon 7D review roundup that these semi-pro DSLR reviews tend to take a little while longer to cook than ones for, say, the world's latest, fastest graphics card. That means we're looking at analyses of a shooter that's been out for a while, but boy are they thorough. The D300S (our unboxing can be found here) is Nikon's gentle massaging of the D300 formula for success -- with added 720p video recording and an extra frame for a 7fps burst mode -- and that's borne out by the reviews. You're still getting an outstanding 12.3 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, 51-point AF, and a sturdy weather-proofed body, but question marks remain as to whether the new additions offer enough of an upgrade from the D300. The HD video recording is hamstrung by a mono mic and a frankly silly 5 minute maximum clip length (a limitation not present on direct competitors from Canon and Pentax), but the addition of a second memory card slot (now offering SD as well as CF storage) and a dedicated Live View button along with purportedly improved noise performance could just make the difference for new buyers. Hit the links below for more, including comparisons against the Canon 50D and 7D, as well as the Pentax K-7.



(Via Engadget Digital Cameras.)

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Casio Exilim EX-G1 Rugged Camera

Casio Exilim EX-G1 Rugged Camera

Casio Exilim EX-G1 Rugged Camera


If you are an outdoor enthusiast who is searching for a new rugged digital camera, then check out the Casio Exilim EX-G1, which is designed to be able to withstand bumps and knocks. This camera is shockproof, dustproof, freezeproof and waterproof up to 10-feet for around 60-minutes. Available in black and red, the Casio Exilim EX-G1 comes equipped with a 12.1-megapixel 1/2.3-inch CCD sensor with a 3x optical zoom, and a 2.5-inch LCD display. In addition, this compact digicam also captures videos at up to 848 x 480 pixel resolution with audio in MotionJPEG-compressed AVI files. The Casio Exilim EX-G1 will go on sale in December 2009 for $299.99 a pop.


Casio Exilim EX-G1 Rugged Camera


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Casio stuffs backlit CMOS sensors in Exilim EX-FC150 and EX-FH25 superzoom

Casio stuffs backlit CMOS sensors in Exilim EX-FC150 and EX-FH25 superzoom


Casio's usual Exilim fare might struggle to engender a second look from the weary-eyed camera cognoscenti, but a few of the company's models do feature an attention-grabbing 1,000fps shooting mode (albeit at a relatively useless 224 x 64 resolution). A pair of those speedy shooters, the EX-FC100 and EX-FH20, have today been ever so gently upgraded with a set of new name badges and mildly improved performance. The EX-FC150 ups the pixel count to ten million while adding a backlit CMOS sensor, but retains the 5x optical zoom, sensor-shift image stabilization, and general performance of the previous generation. The EX-FH25 20x superzoomer (pictured above) has a similar (if not identical) ten megapixel CMOS sensor, which upgrades the camera's 40fps burst mode from seven to nine megapixel stills, and retains the 720p video recording at 30fps, something the FC150 can also boast. Both are coming out on November 27, though prices have yet to be announced. Hit the read link for the full dish.






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Super Expensive, Incredibly Limited Edition Leica M7 Hermes Could See Monday Release

Super Expensive, Incredibly Limited Edition Leica M7 Hermes Could See Monday Release

If the rumors swirling this weekend are to be believed, the Leica M7 Hermes—a limited edition film camera with a run of only 100 units—will arrive on Monday for a lofty $14,000.



Rumors surrounding the launch of this expensive little retro looker have been with us since about November 10, when the expertly named Leica Rumors site broke word that the company sharing their namesake was all but prepared to reveal a limited edition film camera.


Two weeks before that, the M7 Hermes camera was showcased in Tokyo, looking gorgeous. Its presence there was no accident, apparently, as the latest tidbits, mentioned above, are that this M7 Hermes thing is about to skip onto the scene in a mere 24 hours.


For the price of a compact sedan, it could be yours.

(Via Gizmodo: Cameras.)

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iPhone App Developer Quits The Facebook App Project

“My decision to stop iPhone development has had everything to do with Apple’s policies.” – Joe Hewitt

In the early days of social networking, the dominant player was MySpace. As time went by, MySpace was joined by other players like Facebook and Twitter. MySpace has since lost the top position in the social networking world to Facebook.

In October, traffic numbers for September 2009 for social networking sites came in and Facebook had over 300 million users, pushing MySpace to second place in user numbers. One of the things that Facebook users on the iPhone enjoy and that contributed to the user numbers is the Facebook iPhone app, which is the most popular app on the App Store.

The developer that built the Facebook app for the iPhone has quit development for the iPhone and passed the app off to another engineer at Facebook. TechCrunch reports that Facebook App developer Joe Hewitt is still at Facebook and is simply working on new projects.

Exactly what projects the Hewitt is working on are unknown. As for the reason why the developer stopped developing for the iPhone, the reason is clear. Hewitt said, "My decision to stop iPhone development has had everything to do with Apple’s policies." Hewitt says that he is "philosophically opposed" to the existence of a review process and that he is worried Apple's policy might be implemented by other companies seeking to mimic Apple's App store success.

Apple has been under increasing scrutiny for its practices of approving and disapproving apps that are seemingly haphazardly enforced. Apple has found itself in hot water with the FCC after the FCC asked AT&T and Apple to explain why they rejected Google Voice from the App Store.

[via Daily Tech]

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FANCY Adn GAUDI Video Cameras

FANCY Adn GAUDI Video Cameras

FANCY Adn GAUDI Video Cameras


Green-house certainly picked a rather apt name for its GAUDI video cameras, though we’re not too sure about FANCY. Based on the exterior, it’s most likely that these video cameras are aimed at the fairer sex. They certainly are not slouches in the feature department though, as they’re capable of shooting 720p HD videos in the H264 format, and even take pictures up to 3200 x 2400 resolution. The 128MB internal memory is kind of useless, but the good news is that you can always beef it up with an SDHC memory card up to 32GB. There’s also a matching pouch to go with it, so at least you won’t have to shop around for one.





(Via UberGizmo, the Gadgets News Blog.)

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Casio Exilim EX-FS10 Camera Is Also Your Smarmy Golf Pro

Casio Exilim EX-FS10 Camera Is Also Your Smarmy Golf Pro

Smile shutters. Blink warnings. Fart detectors. Point and shoot cameras have been stuffed with gimmicks for years, but the arms race isn't ending any time soon. Casio just added golf swing analyzation to their Exilim line.



From what we can tell, you have a buddy hold the EX-FS10 while you hit balls at the range or on the course. The camera takes a look at the angles of your swing posture, then it chastises you with fierce blue and red lines. (Meanwhile, your buddy will purely use profanity.)

Otherwise, the Casio Exilim EX-FS10 is a typical, 9.1MP camera with perks like 1000fps burst mode, 720P video recording and 3x optical zoom. No word on price, but I think it's worth assuming that the camera is available only in Japan for the time being. [Akihabara News]

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Ricoh GXR camera system swaps out the sensor along with the lens

Ricoh GXR camera system swaps out the sensor along with the lens


Ricoh's been getting some love on its spendy GR series of late, but this new direction for what's apparently slated to debut as a new 'GXR' system is a wild one indeed. Basically, the camera comes in two parts, a body with an LCD, storage and accessory shoe (which works with an electronic viewfinder), and different lens / sensor combos which can be slotted into the body. Interestingly (and perhaps to prove the point), the first two lenses and sensors that Ricoh is announcing are widely different, with a 24-70mm lens on top of a 10 megapixel CCD sensor that can shoot VGA video retailing for £300 (about $500 USD), while a 50mm macro lens with a CMOS sensor that can do HD video goes for £600 (about $1,000 USD). Pluses to this system include the fact that there's nowhere for dirt to get on the sensor or inside the lens, size advantages over micro four thirds counterparts, and of course the glass and electronics can theoretically be optimally paired. The body itself will go for £420 (about $700 USD), which puts an entire setup rather up there price-wise, even without that wild British Pounds-to-dollars conversion rate. The system is supposed to be available in December. Video explaining the system was pulled by review site Which.co.uk, who seems to have broken the official release date, but hopefully we'll have more official word on this from Ricoh soon.



(Via Engadget Digital Cameras.)

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Ricoh GXR now official, generates sample images and early impressions

Ricoh GXR now official, generates sample images and early impressions


That Ricoh GXR camera system we saw yesterday has today become official, and dpreview have gotten on the case to provide an early preview and a set of sample images taken with the shooter. The novelty to this new setup is in the so-called lens units, which contain both a lens and an appropriately matched sensor inside a sealed casing. This precludes dust from getting in where it doesn't belong and provides a tailored pairing of optics and electronics. The body, in spite of not doing much -- zoom motors plus aperture and shutter mechanisms are all handled within the lens unit -- is built out of a magnesium alloy, and its major attraction will be a good control scheme allied to excellent ergonomics, according to dpreview. What you're getting then, is a competitor to Micro Four Thirds that's smaller in size, but larger in price. Sounds about right.



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