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Twitter iOS app adds new authentication feature, gallery and list support

A major update to the Twitter app for iOS devices was released today, bringing with it added support for features that desktop Twitter users are already familiar with as well as a new account security setting. Chief among the new features is the option to add a two-factor login verification system ...

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Ars publishes old-school iTunes image gallery

In honor of the 12th birthday of iTunes, Ars Technica Senior Apple Editor Jacqui Cheng has published a photographic family tree of sorts showing the app (and its predecessor SoundJam) through its various incarnations. It's an amazing trip down memory lane and demonstrates how even how the iTu...

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Los Angeles' first Mobile Arts Festival shows off photography and art created on iOS devices

Last Saturday I stopped by the first ever Los Angeles Mobile Arts Festival right near where I live in Santa Monica, and took a look at some art and photography created exclusively on mobile devices. Nathaniel Park and his fiance Daria Polichetti put the festival together -- they are also the fo...

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Macworld | iWorld's Art of South Park gallery

On the second floor of Moscone West here at Macworld | iWorld 2012 is the Macworld Midway, a series of displays and events that are still Mac-related, but which veer a little out of the standard Apple community. One of those is this Art of South Park gallery, which features art from the very ribal...

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Take a tour of the Macworld | iWorld 2012 show floor

Just as soon as the show floor opened at this year's Macworld | iWorld 2012 in San Francisco, we grabbed a camera and did a run through the exhibitions on display. You can see all of the various booths and their vendors and showcases in the gallery below (everything from Mac and iOS accessories to...

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The iDevice cases of CES

If you review cases I have to feel bad for you. With so many to choose from, it must be like reviewing bags of sugar. By now there are also only so many ways to skin an iPhone, so the cases you see tend to be decorative, protective or novelty. That's about it. And we saw hundreds of cases at CE...

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Phone Arts shows off original works created only with iOS

This is one of the more interesting art projects revolving around Apple's touch devices -- Phone Arts is a series of works that highlights pieces made specifically with the iPhone or the iPod touch. We've seen art made with iOS apps and devices before, but this is a little different. Rather tha...

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iPod 10th anniversary: Apple design exhibit at MKG Hamburg

Since we're celebrating a decade of iPod today, it's a perfect time to share our photos from the Stylectrical exhibition at the MK&G museum in Hamburg, Germany. This collection features scores of Apple products (largely from the reign of design chief Jonathan Ive) alongside some of the indu...

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Pictures from the new Apple Store, still in progress at The Americana at Brand in Glendale

The pictures in the gallery below from a tipster show you the location of the new Apple Store being built in the Glendale Galleria in Los Angeles. This new store isn't that far from the old one in the mall, but appears to enjoy a much better view. If you've got pictures of the store under con...

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Engadget goes hands-on with iOS 5

Our big sister site, Engadget, had a chance to go hands-on with iOS 5 the other day at WWDC and took oodles of screenshots to enjoy. TUAW, of course, has a number of writers who also have had a day or two to grope the new iOS, but who are limited by Non-Disclosure Agreements to what they can sa...

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News360 joins the iOS news party with some interesting features

I've commented that news reading apps for iOS are surging, especially, it seems, as more big news brands put content behind paywalls. As a pretty dedicated news junkie I'm delighting in all the creative apps that are scouring the web for worthwhile morsels of news, and serving it all up in a de...

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The Going to Bed Book: An interactive book for toddlers

Loud Crow Interactive Inc. is taking a new direction in their interactive children's books with The Going to Bed Book by Sandra Boynton (US$2.99 for the iPad Version or $1.99 for the iPhone). Instead of the very similar PopOut takes on Peter Rabbit and The Night Before Christmas, in their third ou...

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Violet strikes again in the Mystery Next Door: an interactive iOS children's book

Our friend Violet is back in the third original installment of this excellent modern series of interactive children's books from My Black Dog Books LLC. Violet and the Mystery Next Door (US$3.99) is a universal app that looks great in landscape mode on any iOS device. The book tells the story of h...

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Three Little Pigs and the Secrets of a Popup Book brings a new twist to the genre

Three Little Pigs and the Secrets of a Popup Book (US$3.99) from Game Collage LLC brings something new to interactive children's books on iOS. The original book was published in 1904 and illustrated by L. Leslie Brooke, a popular illustrator of the time. Along with the usual wheels, tabs and sp...

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Macworld set-up time!

Who doesn't love set-up day? Forklifts, crates and rolls of carpet for as far as the eye can see. Or to the edge of Moscone West, anyway. I'll grant you that it's not the most exciting part of the coverage we'll be bringing you this week, but if you're curious about what the Macworld show floor look...

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