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Apple, There's Pornography On My iPhone. The App Is Called Safari. You Made It.

Apple's hypocrisy with regard to the App Store is something I know well. Several times last year I wrote about Apple allowing apps like "Asian Boobs" and ...

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Driving Sports TV Launches Advanced iPhone Video Magazine App to Entertain and ...

Driving Sports TV Premium iPhone app debuts for $2.99 in the iTunes App Store. The advanced application, designed by Wizzard Media, includes streaming video ...

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iPhone Street Fighter IV has eight characters, will cost $10

GamePro has dropped some details on the iPhone version of Street Fighter IV, which is due out in March. The site has word that Capcom will sell the game for $9.99 on Apple's App Store, and that it will feature a total of eight ...


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Mobile Roadie brings celeb apps from iPhone to Android | VentureBeat

Ashton Kutcher, Dolly Parton and Madonna are among the big names who have iPhone apps built on Mobile Roadie's platform. ...


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OnLive demos Crysis on iPhone, expects to go to iPad

OnLive was at the DICE Summit in Las Vegas last week, where they showed their game streaming software running on the iPhone again. This time they had Crysis going, and apparently the demo ran "fast and smooth." The way they do it is to ...


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Scientific analysis finds iPhone LCD trumps Nexus One OLED

By Neil Hughes The LCD screen on the iPhone 3GS is far from perfect, but it's also significantly better than the much-touted AM-OLED display on the Google ...

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Forget the iPhone; Nokia still beating all rivals in smartphone sales

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By Gerald Lynch on February 23, 2010 Comments (0) While the iPhone may appear the dominant force in the smartphone market, new research from

iPhone app reviews: Google Earth

by Joan Inong If you are a fan of using Google Earth on your computer, you will enjoy using Google Earth on your iPhone or iPod Touch. ...

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iPhone Game House ngmoco Raises $25 Million Series C, Buys Freeverse

Neil Young, the CEO of iPhone game startup ngmoco, wants to "amass enough scale" to accelerate "away from the pack." He just raised a $25 million series C ...

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