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Nano watchband includes bottle opener

Picture, if you will, the following. It's a hot summer day. You're hanging out doing some yard work with your iPod nano strapped to your wrist when you reach for a cold bottled beverage. That's when the moment of horror strikes: you have no bottle opener. You have nothing which with to pop open...

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iPad deals: Apple Store refurbs drop prices

Dealmac pointed out yesterday that Apple has cut the prices on several refurbished models of the iPad. The Apple Store warns in red print that this is a Special Limited Time Price, which means now is the time to spread the news among your friends. There's no catch in this bargain; the shipping on...

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Ben the Bodyguard app won't live up to hype

The web site for the app Ben the Bodyguard hit big last week. It's a beautiful promotional site with a dark, moody feel. The vibe is definitely like Jean Reno (circa The Professional) is addressing your iPhone's security. As you scroll down the page, Ben coolly walks down crime-ridden city streets...

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Apple beats Nokia as top smartphone maker in Australia

The world domination of the iPhone continues as Apple has overtaken Nokia to be the number one smartphone vendor in Australia. According to analysts reported by The Sydney Morning Herald, Apple accounts for 36.5 percent of the smartphone market versus Nokia's 30.5 percent share. Nokia became the...

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Artist David Hockney displays art made with iPhone, iPad in Paris

David Hockney's art created by iPhone and iPad is currently on display at the Pierre Berge-Yves St. Laurent Foundation in Paris. When Hockney first got his iPhone a few years ago, he immediately recognized its capability to create art. Each day, Hockney paints flowers and sunsets with his device and...

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iPad appears in US House of Representatives

Politico picked up the story of a Democratic congressman rocking out an iPad while at the podium in the U.S. House of Representatives. The stylish iPad wielder was Henry Cuellar of the Texas 28th, who's described himself as a "techie." According to Politico's interview with Cuellar, the...

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Apple's Ping among Business Insider's tech flops of 2010

Business Insider lists Ping among the 15 biggest flops in tech for 2010. The reason for this listing is that Ping was launched with a great deal of publicity, but it still hasn't gained much of a foothold in the hearts and minds of its users. Business Insider cites the reminder mail about Ping, sent...

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Mac shipments are outpacing the market 3 to 1

An interesting article over at CNN talks about the growth of Mac inside the worldwide market for personal computers. The original report was created by Charlie Wolf, who pointed out that Apple's growth is three times that of the overall, worldwide market for computers. The article itself is...

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Teaching your Apple TV to use a 3rd party remote

Usually, if you're trying to get a new remote to work with home electronics, you teach the remote to work with your electronic device. You look up the name and brand of your electronic in the remote's manual, plug in the super secret code, and hope it works. It's especially painful if your...

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TiVo announces iPad app to control TiVo box

If you're like most iPad users, then you probably surf the web and check out IMDB with your iPad while watching anything that might be showing on the television. TiVo knows this, embraces this, and wishes to support this. They want to make the experience between your television and your iPad even...

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