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iPhone apps: Sea Captain, Years, WritePad Pro

Crush Bunny, aPhoto GPS

Sea Captain ($1) is a game where players must guide ships into their respective ports. As the colored ships move onto the screen players must draw a path into the appropriate dock and ensure that ships do not collide along the way. Sea Captain includes three different levels,...


Razer intros Orochi Bluetooth gaming mouse

Razer intros Orochi mouse

Razer on Thursday introduced its latest gaming mouse, the Orochi. One of the company's first real notebook mice, it communicates over Bluetooth 2.0 but sports a very high-sensitivity 4,000dpi optical sensor. The design is ambidextrous, and a 3-foot cord is included in case...


New Logic Studio upgrades Logic Pro, MainStage

New Logic Studio released

In parallel with the launch of the new Final Cut Studio, Apple has also released a new Logic Studio, bundling Logic Pro 9, MainStage 2 and Soundtrack Pro 3. Logic Pro has been enhanced with a new Flex Time feature, which attempts to simplify the arrangement of timing and tempo....


Sony plans touchscreen VAIOs, PSN for PC

Sony Touch VAIOs in Fall

Sony plans to launch VAIO portables with touchscreens as early as the fall, company senior VP Mike Abary said in an interview today. The electronics giant fully anticipates shipping "some" computers with touch features in the fall to coincide with the launch of Windows 7, which...


AT&T activates record 2.4m iPhones in Q2

ATT Q2 2009 Results

AT&T today posted one of its best-ever spring quarter results credited mostly to the iPhone 3GS launch. The company says it added 1.2 million cellphone subscribers, an all-time high for spring. It adds that it activated 2.4 million iPhones between April and the end of June....


Apple withdraws legal threats over iTunes sync wiki

Apple backs down on threat

Apple has withdrawn a number of legal threats against the public wiki site Bluwiki, according to the Electronic Frontier Foundation. The threats were initially sent to the site publisher late last year, after anonymous users authored pages relating to enabling content sync...


Q3 call: Apple COO still not convinced on netbooks

Cook on Apple netbook

Apple COO Tim Cook reiterated his distaste for the netbook and suggested that Apple's business model would not cater to the concept of an Apple netbook product. Cook and CFO Peter Oppenheimer reviewed Apple's performance over its Q3 conference call yesterday. Cook's comments...


Apps: Big Mean Folder Machine, ReelBean, CDFinder

OggQuickLook, EarthBrowser

The Big Mean Folder Machine 2.0 ($15) is a tool for merging files and folders from several locations into one folder. Users can choose from different sorting options such as, sorting a set number of files into folders, organizing files into folders of a set file size, organizing...


Apple attempting to conceal iPod fires?

Apple fights iPod probe

Apple has been working to conceal the extent of incidents involving iPods bursting into flame, a Seattle TV station claims. Following a viewer complaint in November 2008, related to a burn caused by an iPod shuffle, KIRO 7 says it began an investigation, which discovered online...


Synaptics readies 10-finger multi-touch

Synaptics ClearPad 3000

Synaptics today vowed to bring itself back to prominence in touchscreens with the unveiling of the ClearPad 3000. The capacitive sensor layer is one of the first its size to support many sources at once and can recognize a full 10 fingers for pinches, rotation or other commands....


ArchiveConnect offers file archive and storage tools

ArchiveConnect software

Group Logic has released ArchiveConnect, a set of tools for file archiving and storage management. The software allows users to identify and access archived content, while enhancing the Mac Finder to avoid mass recalls of archived files when using previews, Quick Look and Cover...


Microsoft confirms Windows 7 family pack

Windows 7 family pack

Microsoft on Tuesday confirmed plans to offer a family pack for its upcoming Windows 7 operating system, according to company blogger Brandon LeBlanc. The bundle serves as a better option for homes with several computers. Customers will be provided with three licenses for Windows...


Apple Q3 call: 'tremendous' iPhone demand

iPhone production increase

During a conference call following Apple's third-quarter financial disclosures, several company executives shed more light on iPhone production, Mac sales and iPod shipments. The company is currently working to meet 'tremendous' demand for the iPhone 3GS, which so far has outpaced...


DealNN: printers, keyboards, MacBooks and more

DealNN: printers, more

Today's featured deals from DealNN include printers, keyboards, MacBooks and more. Most noteworthy is a crazy deal we found on the HP VooDooDNA gaming keyboard. It was priced at $79.99, but a $40 instant rebate drops the price to $39.99, a coupon code slashes an additional...


Toshiba TG01 passes through FCC with CDMA onboard

TG01 passes FCC testing

The Toshiba TG01 smartphone, notable for its use of a high-powered 1GHz Snapdragon CPU from Qualcomm, has appeared on the FCC website. Unlike the usual FCC listings, the TG01 tested in this case is a production-ready device with support for CDMA networks and not a prototype,...


Kaufman supports iPhone pushing gross margins

Kaufman Q3 forecast

The Kaufman Bros. research firm says it anticipates strong numbers from Apple's Q3 results, expected at 5PM Eastern. EPS may reach $1.21, and echoing UBS, Kaufman predicts a higher-than-anticipated iPhone contribution that will drive gross margins. The firm does caution that...


BlackBerry update in UAE involved spyware

UAE BB update is spyware

Nearly 145,000 BlackBerry users in the United Arab Emirates got a text message from the country's provider, Etisalat, urging them to download an update that promised to boost performance recently. Instead, the update allegedly led to operating system crashes and drastically...


Android smartphone due at Cellular South in 2009

Android at Cellular South

Wireless provider Cellular South on Tuesday announced it will offer an as-yet unnamed Android handset in its lineup sometime this year. The carrier is short on details but justifies the move by arguing that the open-source operating system is seen to be growing by industry...


CLEAR reaches Vegas with Mondi, Mac support

CLEAR Vegas and Sam Mondi

Clearwire had a two-pronged launch on Tuesday with news both of its CLEAR WiMAX service reaching Las Vegas as well as the availability of the Samsung Mondi for its network and othe device news. The 4G-level service debuts on the 21st and will give the desert city typical download...


BlackBerry Curve 8520 due at T-Mobile on August 5th

T-Mobile Curve 8520 dated

The BlackBerry Curve 8520 smartphone got a release date at wireless provider T-Mobile on Monday thanks to a leaked promotional image. The brochure page indicated the device will launch at T-Mobile retail locations and other stores on August 5th, when it will replace the current...


Elements CRM 2.0 gathers host of new features

Elements CRM 2.0 released

Ntractive has released v2.0 of its flagship enterprise platform, Elements. The software provides customer relationship management for iPhone and Mac OS X users. Data is shared with the Elements server, making it accessible anywhere with an Internet connection. New to the update...


Japan looks to iPhone to fix its phone design

Japan Looks to iPhone

The Japanese are turning to Apple's iPhone as a source of ideas for how to rescue their ailing cellphone business, the head of a local think tank said today. Professor Takeshi Natsuno of Keio University told the New York Times that companies like Hitachi, NEC and Sharp have...


Qwest confirms plans for 40Mbps Internet service

Qwest 40Mbps Internet

Confirming earlier reports, Qwest has introduced 40Mbps Internet service, nominally doubling the company's peak download speeds using VDSL2. Plans are designed around residences and small businesses, and come in two tiers. For the first 12 months, and only in tandem with a...


RIAA agrees: "DRM is dead"

RIAA declares DRM dead

Long-time proponent of digital rights management (DRM) protection for music files, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) has finally acknowledged that DRM has become obsolete, according to a recent report from TorrentFreak. DRM prevents buyers of digital music...


HTC Leo smartphone rumored to get Snapdragon

HTC Leo smartphone rumors

Leaked specs for HTC's custom Manilla 2.5 platform reveal the company may be getting ready to release a new advanced clamshell smartphone thus far called the Leo. The details revealed to WMPowerUser suggest it will sport two screens, one with an 800x480 internal screen and...


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