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Apple invites iPhone devs to test AIM/push notification

We're getting tips from multiple sources that Apple has invited a group of iPhone developers to test drive AOL's updated Instant Messenger app for the iPhone -- complete with push notification -- in an effort to see how Apple's servers will handle the traffic. The invitation included the following: ...

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Turn by turn navigation coming with TomTom for iPhone

It's been a gap in the functionality of the GPS-enabled iPhone 3G for months, and one that was promised for the 3.0 software update (even though third parties have been trying to get it working for a while now): turn-by-turn navigation. Finally, the light at the end of the tunnel has been conclusive...

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WWDC Live: First reactions from attendees post-keynote

It's the first of what should be many videos coming to you straight from San Francisco: Two Apple developers, three opinions! At least that's the way it seemed coming out of the keynote this afternoon at WWDC. We caught up with several attendees and asked them for their thoughts. One of our favori...

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iPhone 3G owners and AT&T upgrade woes

With the introduction of the new iPhone 3G S at WWDC, existing AT&T customers who wish to upgrade to the new model are quickly finding out that they are not eligible for the pricing announced today. If you were among the first 10 million customers to pick up the original iPhone, and you have not...

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Apple releases Safari 4

One of the early announcements in this morning's keynote was that Safari 4 is now out of beta! You can download Safari 4 for yourself (Mac or Windows) from Apple's site. Apple is touting Safari 4 as the fastest web browser around, besting IE 8, Firefox and Chrome in speed tests. As with the Safari...

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Snow Leopard is out of the bag

For the ultra low price of $29 (for existing Leopard users), Apple gave a deeper look into the upcoming Snow Leopard release -- slated for some time in September. "We've built on the success of Leopard and created an even better experience for our users from installation to shutdown," said Bertra...

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Updated Mac laptops unveiled at WWDC 2009

For those of you avoiding the whole WWDC live-blogging sensation that's going on throughout the web, here's a little tidbit of information you may not yet know. Apple announced the immediate availability of a largely-refreshed MacBook line. New models include a refreshed 15" MacBook Pro, a new (actu...

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iPhone 3G demo units are going, going....

Clayton Morris noted on his blog Sunday that iPhone 3G demo units have been removed from display at his local Apple store. While it is not uncommon to see one or two displays missing for various reasons, Clayton noted that there were at least nine units missing from the main iPhone display tables. ...

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iLife '09 gets the Software Update treatment

Apple just released some updates for iLife '09 via Software Update. In a very un-Apple fashion, the release notes are actually sort of descriptive! Here's the breakdown: iLife Support -- this is for iLife '09, iWork '09 and Aperture 2 users and it addresses some memory leaks, custom folder issue...

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Rumor: New iPhone to be called "iPhone Video?"

Further fueling the iPhone fire (try saying that one five times fast), TUAW has received an anonymous tip stating that AT&T's support website will be updated with "iPhone Video" as one of the model choices when choosing Apple as the phone manufacturer. While I only see the original iPhone and ...

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Rumor: New iPhone pictures leaked?

With the increasing evidence that a new iPhone may be just around the corner, we've seen our share of screenshots, speculations, and mock-ups. Now, the Italian iPhone blog iSpazio has posted pictures of what could possibly be the next iPhone (English Translations: here and here). These images wer...

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Breaking News: No new app submissions unless they run on OS 3.0

iPhone OS 3.0 beta 5 was only released for general consumption yesterday, and already Apple is rocking our collective faces off with big news. While a cool new feature being uncovered would be great, what Apple has in store for would-be iPhone application submitters is a bit more challenging. Effe...

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First Look: Bento for iPhone and iPod touch

iPhone owners who are searching for an easy-to-use database management app for their iPhones can stop looking. Today, FileMaker Inc. announced the immediate availability of Bento for iPhone and iPod touch (click opens iTunes), a US$4.99 portable edition of Bento for Mac. The app comes with 25 built-...

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Macworld 2010 moves to February

IDG World Expo has just announced the dates for Macworld Expo 2010, shifting the conference's historical January jaunt to February. The Macworld 2010 Conference and Expo will take place in San Francisco from February 9 - 13. When I spoke to Paul Kent, the General Manager for Macworld Expo, earlier t...

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Skype for iPhone coming Tuesday, says CNET

Update: Our pals at Engadget are reporting that Skype for the iPhone has just hit Japan! We heard it was on the way, but now CNET says it's official: the Skype application for iPhone and iPod touch should be available tomorrow on the App Store. As expected, the voice-over-IP app will require a Wi...

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