Google VP approves of Apple’s new iPhone dev agreement

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Just as there are ads all over our televisions and our computers, the same is increasingly true of our smartphones. Apple has just updated its iPhone Developer Program License Agreement to clarify a few concerns and it looks like the guys and gals at Google like what’s been done.

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iPod touch revamped with FaceTime, HD, Retina display and Game Center

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The new iPod Touch will come in three versions, an 8GB for $229, 32GB for $299 and a 64GB for $399. You will be able to edit videos, do FaceTime between iPod Touch and iPhone users, or iPod Touch and iPod Touch. The Camera is similar to the iPhone 4s, with VGA on the front, no flash however, but HD Video is possible on the rear camera.

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New protective cases “confirm” form factor for touchscreen iPod nano

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Wednesday is shaping up to be the big day for Apple. It’s on that day that they will be reportedly revealing the newest generation of the iPod touch and the iPod nano. We can’t confirm anything just yet, but it looks like Alibaba is spilling the beans ahead of schedule by effectively confirming the new nano.

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Next-gen iPod nano to feature a touchscreen display

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As you may have heard already, Apple is planning a special event on September 1 and it is on that day that we expect to see some new iPod 4G offering from Steve Jobs and his team in Cupertino. Well, we have now learned a little more about the upcoming products.

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MacBook Air project meshes components into a mini portable-computer

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What does it take to get someone’s creativity going these days? Not much. A free busted up MacBook Air did it for Bart, a guy behind The MacBook Air Project. He’s been taking the guts of a MacBook Air, and integrating them into Apple’s wireless keyboard. The entire package should be a bit thicker than the original Apple Wireless Keyboard, with a few noticeable changes – wires coming out of it.

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Apple iPhone to replace your entire wallet?

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Apple’s latest acquisition of Benjamin Vigier, a man who specializes in near field communications may be the one of the most brilliant moves the California company has ever made. Catapulting the primarily computer-focused business model of Apple, into the world of financial institutions. The day your smartphone replaces your entire wallet is coming very soon, and the iPhone could be the first to take us there.

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