December 23, 2010

EA Mobile Game Super Sale

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EA has put over 70 games for iPhone, touch and iPad at the low price of 99¢ each. Get them for yourself or use them as gifts for others. Check the App store for an entire list of available titles. Although there is no ending date mentioned, we expect that it will run till the end of this week at the very least.

Via EA Mobile

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December 22, 2010

Track Santa Via NORAD

The countdown gets ever closer to Santa and NORAD's yearly tracking. Yeah, it's a little cheesy, but we dig it anyway. This year you can follow him and his reindeer on your mobile phone December 24 by going to Google Maps for Mobile and searching "Santa."

Via NORAD tracks Santa

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December 21, 2010

Kenwood Speaker Dock Modern Design

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Kenwood's latest speaker dock is the CLX-70. Compatible with iPhone 3G, 3GS and iPhone 4 and iPods after the 2nd generation nano, the device features AM/FM radio, CD drive for MP3 files, DTS Envelo speakers with 30W amp, a USB port and SD card slot. The CLX-70 will come in black, white or pink when it comes out in the Japanese market this month.

Via Akihabara News

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December 20, 2010

Pay It Forward With CauseWorld

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If you want to pay it forward, get the free iTunes app CauseWorld. Sponsors such as Citibank, Kraft Foods and Proctor & Gamble will donate about $1,000,000 when you check-in to various supporters. You collect karma points and can decide where you want them to go. Users of the app have already helped donate $100,000 for Haiti and Chile, 228,000 meals and 18 million liters of clean water.

Via iTunes App Store

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December 13, 2010

Siri Virtual Personal Assistant App

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Siri can be your new personal assistant via iPhone. Ask it to find you a restaurant, check the weather, get a taxi and the app does the leg finger work for you. Not only will it do the required tasks given by text or speech, it can do multiple inquiries simultaneously. Best of all, Siri is free and has just been released in a new Version 3.3 with a fancier appearance, support of retina display and a fix of about 60 bugs.

Via iTunes App Store

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December 2, 2010

Bolle Printer Makes Prints From iPhone

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The Bolle BP-10 Photo Printer can create 4x6" photos from your iPhone with a free app from the iTunes store. Take images from your album or shoot and print. Compatible with all iPhones, the printer recharges your phone and can create four passport style images or up to 4 copies. Look for a £119.99 (~$187.00) price.

Via Mobile Fun

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November 11, 2010

Logitech Harmony App for Google TV

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Use your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad to control Google TV. The free Logitech Harmony App needs only one touch to turn on your TV, cable/satellite box, A/V receiver or to Web surf. Use the application with your Logitech Revue and your wireless network in place of or in addition to your keyboard controller. Those with Android smartphones can get one from the Android marketplace.

Via Logitech

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November 10, 2010

Control PS3 Blu-ray viewing via iPhone Remote

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Handle your Sony Playstation Blu-ray viewing with your Apple iOS device. The Remote Shoppe PS3MINI Bundle comes complete with a ThinkFlood RedEye mini universal remote for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch and a wb_electronics RE-BL X infrared to Bluetooth adapter for the Sony PS3. The bundle carries a $99.95 MSRP.

Via Remote Shoppe.

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November 9, 2010

Hulu Plus Acessible to All

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Hulu Plus has finally gone beyond invitation only and is now available to all. They have added new shows to the service, including 'The Event,' 'Raising Hope,' and 'No Ordinary Family.' Those who can get Hulu Plus now include owners of Sony Bravia 2010 TVs, iPhone/iPad/touch, and PS3 with a PlayStation Network service. The company has future plans for more content and improved service.

Via Hulu Blog

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November 8, 2010

Skyfire "Sells Out" After 5 Hour Release

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iPhone users apparently couldn't wait to get Flash video and those who visited Skyfire 2.0 mobile's site last week noticed that it "sold out." The web browser built on Safari reached the top of the top grossing app list within 5 hours of release. Skyfire Labs has now increased capacity so that the rest of the planet can share in the Flash fun.

Via Skyfire

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