Jun 30

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Four years ago today, Apple released the original iPhone. The hype that preceded the release of the so-called “Jesus Phone” was nothing short of staggering. In four years, the iPhone has utterly transformed the mobile industry. One can debate how much Apple innovated versus refined when it comes to certain features (touch screens and app stores existed before the iPhone), but when we look at the mobile industry, there is a very clear line between what happened before June 29, 2007 and what happened after. You can check the infographic after the break. » Happy 4th Anniversary: iPhone [INFOGRAPHIC]

Jun 29
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Swiffy is a new service by Google that converts Flash SWF files to HTML5, allowing you to reuse Flash content on devices without a Flash player (such as iPhones and iPads). Swiffy currently supports a subset of SWF 8 and ActionScript 2.0, and the output works in all Webkit browsers such as Chrome and Mobile Safari. If possible, exporting your Flash animation as a SWF 5 file might give better results. » Google Swiffy Converts Flash To HTML5
Jun 15

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Four new icons has been added to the iOS (and Android) Google homepage, Restaurants, Coffee, Bars and More. By clicking these icons a map and a listing of results in your area will be shown. Scroll down the list and tap any result for more information such as a photo, customer reviews, star ratings from the likes of Trip Advisor and  phone number.

Jun 12

Wi-Fi Sync
After Apple revealed its new Wi-Fi Sync feature in iOS 5, the company has been accused of ripping off the work of a developer whose app, which is also titled “Wi-Fi Sync,” was rejected from the App Store. “Developer Greg Hughes, who is also a student at the University of Birmingham, created the “Wi-Fi Sync” app last year and submitted it to Apple’s App Store. But, the app was rejected by Apple.” » Apple Accused Of Ripping Off Rejected ‘Wi-Fi Sync’ App

Jun 10

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The Cupertino company waited until the day its developer conference kicked off (June 6) to register a bunch of product-related domains. After the break you can see all 50 domain names revealed to have been registered by Apple last Monday (in alphabetical order). » Apple Registered 50 New Domain Names

Jun 09

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Cubelabs created a new  infographic named the “The SmartPhone App-o-graphic”. Its about app downloads, app ecosystem in the future amd app revenue. Check out the full infographic at the Cubelab website here.

Jun 08

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In this video, third-party warranty sellers SquareTrade, test The Motorola Xoom, Samsung Galaxy and the iPad 2 to see which of these devices survives a waist high drop. See the results after the jump. » iPad 2, Motorola Xoom, Samsung Galaxy: Drop Test Comparison

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