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iPhone Push Notification Server tied to Snow Leopard Server

February 13th, 2009
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Despite licensing the proprietary ActiveSync Exchange Server protocol from Microsoft for use with the iPhone, Apple is building its own Push Notification Server for messaging services in both the iPhone and Mac OS X Snow Leopard Server using open, interoperable standards.

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New iPhone App DRM Claims to Thwart Pirates

February 13th, 2009
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Piracy of iPhone applications has become quite a hot topic recently, particularly since �one-click’ cracking apps such as Crackulous have become available to the public. The Kali Anti-Piracy system from Ripdev believes it has the answer, putting pirates on notice that the easy ride to free software is over.

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New iPhone 4G Concept Is Son of MacBook Air and iPod Touch

February 11th, 2009
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This beautiful concept, inspired by the curves and tapering of the Macbook Air coupled with the touch’s back, is even better than the cool Macbook-inspired iPhone 4G we featured at the beginning of the month.

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iPhone may not see light of day in China thanks to App Store

February 11th, 2009
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Apple’s on again-off again negotiations with China’s largest mobile carrier, China Mobile, have supposedly come to a standstill yet again. According to Interfax China, China Mobile CEO Wang Jianzhou is none too thrilled with the idea of Apple selling apps directly to China Mobile customers.

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Firm reiterates claims of entry-level iPhone this spring

February 11th, 2009
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Although Apple has downplayed the possibility of a stripped-down iPhone, the Royal Bank of Canada is reiterating claims this week that the company is gearing up to announce two new versions of its touch-screen handset, including an entry-level model that lacks both 3G connectivity and an unlimited data plan.

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Apple updates iPhone with MicroCell files

February 11th, 2009
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A recent carrier update delivered to U.S. iPhone users through iTunes contains two small files for use with AT&T’s future MicroCell signal-patching device. The update to the iPhone’s carrier settings arrives on the heels of AppleInsider’s report on AT&T’s 3G solution to patch iPhone dead zones just last week.

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The iPhone Becomes a Web Server

February 11th, 2009
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When those Apple advertisements tout “there’s an app for just about anything,” they aren’t kidding. The latest example? A new iPhone application which just debuted in Japan’s App Store transforms the handheld into a full-blown web server. The application allows your iPhone to appear just like any other web server on the web.

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Someone is Leaking Our Torrents - BURN HIM!

February 9th, 2009
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The entertainment industry is furious about its treatment at the hands of pirates. Last year, even the creator of iPhone cracking-app Crackulous got pretty annoyed when his work leaked. But it’s not just content creators that get angry at pirates - and this is where it starts to get a little confusing.

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7 Websites You Should Go To For iPhone Apps Reviews

February 9th, 2009
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iPhone/iPod Touch users - how many times have you bought an app from the AppStore only to find out that it is useless, does not function exactly how you expected or you just have no use for it?

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Here comes the e-book revolution

February 9th, 2009
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I believe that cell phones will quickly outpace the dedicated e-book readers, including the Kindle, as the platform of choice for e-book readers. Leading the pack? The iPhone, ironically.

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