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Cameron Banga sent us this release:
What started as a quick project to make an old app iPhone 4 ready soon evolved into a long term development, building a brand new app from the ground up. We’ve had it in beta for a couple weeks and thought it was pretty good, but our beta testers raved about it, saying that it leapfrogs other battery management apps much like Tweetie rose above all Twitter apps. The app is called Battery Go! Plus and its a universal application that works on all iOS …
Well, this one is certain – that the new version of the iPad has a camera on it. Video Chat was reported to be coming, based on SDK information. We know apps are being built for the iPad with the camera – but what are they?
The iChatr debacle must reflect on the apps on iPad – now this is challenging – Apple gets to say what users can and cannot show on the camera – now this is a huge limitation – who said – all of us will …
BGR has a report on the arrival of FaceTime video calling to the iPad and iPod touch devices.
“It’s actually pretty simple… Your Apple ID will be registered with your device/s, and that will allow other Apple devices to start a FaceTime call using your email address. Apple will also reportedly make use of push notifications to deliver these incoming FaceTime connection requests as we have been informed there is a push notification detector tied into the FaceTime frameworks in the new iPhone OS 4.1 beta.”
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Apple today vaguely confirmed that fraud indeed happened on iTunes store. Engadget got this response:
“The developer Thuat Nguyen and his apps were removed from the App Store for violating the developer Program License Agreement, including fraudulent purchase patterns.
Developers do not receive any iTunes confidential customer data when an app is downloaded.
If your credit card or iTunes password is stolen and used on iTunes we recommend that you contact your financial institution and inquire about canceling the card and issuing a chargeback for any unauthorized transactions. We also recommend …
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Dejaplay is a social video aggregator for the iPad. It scrapes your facebook and twitter accounts and displays all the videos it encounters for easy viewing.
Its a free app available on the app store. As a tool for video discovery, this is handy, and the fact that you can just sit back and enjoy all videos that your friends have shared makes it all the more compelling.
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You can now read Wired Magazine on the iPad – in Magazine format, not just the articles we do today, on Wired.com. Its a huge step for Wired, to embrace the tablet so completely – and is definitely a big win for the iPad.
The tablet is our opportunity to make the Wired we always dreamed of. It has all the visual impact of paper, enhanced by interactive elements like video and animated infographics. We can offer you a history of Mars landings that lets you explore the red planet yourself. …
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Pullitzer Prize winning Cartoonist Mark Fiore’s rejected iPhone app is making lot of news this week. The latest: Steve Jobs accepts that Apple was wrong on this one:
Apple’s chief executive apparently believes that his company made a mistake when it rejected an iPhone app from a cartoonist who is now a Pulitzer Prize winner.
An Apple spokeswoman did not comment Friday afternoon, but Steve Jobs, the Apple chief executive, responded by e-mail message to a customer, Robert Williamson, who asked about Mark Fiore’s rejected app on Friday.
“This was a mistake that’s …