Reason #1 To Get Epicurious iPhone App: Entire Contents of Big Yellow Cookbook

The big yellow cookbook is one of my go-tos for weekend dinner planning.

Reason #1 To Get Epicurious iPhone App: Entire Contents of Big Yellow Cookbook Reason #1 To Get Epicurious iPhone App: Entire Contents of Big Yellow Cookbook

Skype on iPhone, finally…

Skype for the iPhone is finally here... with a few restrictions!

Skype on iPhone, finally… Skype on iPhone, finally…

Using Delicious on the iPhone

Here's a great video on how to use Delicious on your iPhone.

Using Delicious on the iPhone Using Delicious on the iPhone

Review: The Wall Street Journal Mobile Reader for iPhone

The Wall Street Journal just launch a great FREE app for the iPhone.

Review: The Wall Street Journal Mobile Reader for iPhone Review: The Wall Street Journal Mobile Reader for iPhone

Steve Jobs Shows Up For Meeting At Apple HQ, Woz Says He Sounds Healthy

01 June 2009

Italian news site setteB.IT has conformation from multiple sources that Steve Jobs made an appearance at Apple headquarters in Cupertino yesterday. Meanwhile, Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniac says he has spoken to Steve over the phone, and he sounds healthy. From iPhone Alley – RSS. Please read the complete article and let us know what you […]

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Palm Pre To Sync With iTunes?

01 June 2009

As if the hype around the Pre weren’t already enough, the iPhone may be losing part of their competitive edge to the Palm device in an area that no few other smartphones no MP3 players have: iTunes. It was briefly mentioned by a Palm rep at CES earlier this year that the device will be […]

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Baby Rattle Apps: Are They Really A Good Idea?

01 June 2009

Every once and a while, something shows up on television that makes us wonder just how far some people think things through. This morning, The Early Show featured one such segment called ‘High-Tech Rattles’. As you can guess, the first example was an iPhone with a rattle app, and was followed by the G1. I […]

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The First Fuzzy Shot of the Sirius iPhone App

27 May 2009

The Sirius XM iPhone app hasn’t arrived as quickly as predicted, but according to CEO Mel Karmazin’s PowerPoint presentation, it’s at least in the final stages of planning. The exact details are unclear from the slides, but it appears that a $2.99 monthly streaming fee may apply. Additionally, there’s a shopping cart in the app. […]

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AT&T’s Network State of the Union: It’s Getting Faster, If Not Better

27 May 2009

Okay, if you live in New York or San Francisco, it means approximately dick, but AT&T’s still tryin’ real hard, with HSPA 7.2Mbps 3G going nationwide this year (in time for the new iPhone) and finishing up in 2011. There’s also more penetrate-y 850MHz wireless going around (that would be the “doubling” their wireless spectrum […]

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Get Girls Half-Naked in Your iPhone

27 May 2009

I’m not a fan of the Suicide Girls—although I’ve a crush for Gwen, a waitress at the Blackbird Parlour who looks like one, only prettier—but I love their iPhone application. It works like those naughty pens with pin ups that fascinated me when I was 11 years old. They were one of my first fetishes: […]

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The First iPhone Clock App I Actually Paid Money For

27 May 2009

FlipTime is a clock and calendar app designed to look and work and go *clickclickclickclick* like the old-school flippy information boards at train stations and airports. Simple, but watch and see why I paid 99 cents. [iTunes, omletworks via Soup] From Gizmodo: iPhone. Please read the complete article and let us know what you think […]

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iPhone Getting Direct iTunes TV and Movie Downloads

27 May 2009

Supposedly discovered through a Twitterfon ad, these are screens of an iTunes video store for the iPhone, which would let you download movies and TV shows directly to your iPhone or iTouch. AllThingsD found actual links to the skeleton store, suggesting it’s indeed legit, and presumably Wi-Fi only. [AppleInsider, AllThingsD] From Gizmodo: iPhone. Please read […]

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Eucalyptus E-Book Reader Now Approved, Available in App Store

24 May 2009

This time, same as the last time, the initial, stupefying rejection of e-book reader Eucalyptus has been followed up by web outrage and now App Store acceptance. (Can we officially call these the 4 stages of App Store grief’ing now?) From developer Montgomerie’s blog (via Macworld): Earlier today I received a phone call from an […]

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App Review: FLIP

24 May 2009

FLIP Forum Review by llofte. For more Forum Reviews, see the TiPb iPhone App Store Forum Review Index! If Tetris and Bejeweled were to have a child, they would give birth to FLIP. This is a puzzle game of flipping and tilting your iPhone around to manipulate gems. There are 3 very distinct game modes: […]

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