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Apple iOS 5.1 Beta Out To Developers

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It doesn't take Apple very long to start bringing out updates for iOS, and now the time has come for a developer beta of iOS 5.1.

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Fruit Ninja: Puss In Boots Coming To Android

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Recently, the very popular game “Fruit Ninja”, got itself an upgrade in the form of “Fruit Ninja: Puss In Boots”, made with the support of Dream Works studios. Initially, it arrived only on the iOS platform.

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ESRB Ratings Going Mobile

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The CTIA Wireless Trade Association issued a statement today that they are entering into a partnership with the ESRB to start rating mobile applications.

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Google Updates Its Search App For iPads

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There was no denying that the previous Google iOS/iPad app needed a makeover, badly. Google announced today that such a makeover had finally arrived with major interface enhancements and overall better performance.

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Adobe Carousel Photo App Pretends To Be Free For iOS and Mac

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It’s well known that Apple is no stranger to competition. The newest Photo Stream feature for Mac OS X and iOS are already fighting a little rose war with Adobe’s Carousel app and service for Mac and iOS. Judging from the buzz around Carousel though, it might be even turn out to be a formidable competitor to Photo Stream.

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Jawbone Unveils Fitness Wristband That Tracks Your Every Move

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The company Jawbone, recognized for their awesome Bluetooth headsets that will work in those utterly noisy environments, wants to help you track your exercising routine and even push you to start moving more.

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Confirmed: Apple iCloud to launch on October 12

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In case you haven't been following along, iCloud is a free service from Apple that essentially synchronizes your content across multiple iOS devices.

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Apple Says No to Incentivized Apps in App Store

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What do you do when you're competing with over 200,000 other applications, fighting for the attention of the even shorter attention span-wielding smartphone user? You give them a reason to pay attention to you... until Apple says that you can't do that.

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Comscore Says iOS Users “Outreach” Android Users

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Sales numbers are one thing, but they may not necessarily be indicative of how profitable those customers can be. In a recent analysis by Comscore, it appears that iOS "far outreaches" Android... but what does that mean?

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The Jailbreak-Free iPhone, iPad Home Screen Modding App

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So, you've got yourself an iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad and you want to do some customizations with the backgrounds, app icons, and so on. At the same time, you don't want to mess with that whole jailbreaking business. If that's the case, Pimp Your Screen might be the ticket.

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redsn0w Untethered Jailbreak for iOS 4.3.2 Available: But not iPad 2

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The world is saved once again. iPhone Dev Team have released the iOS 4.3.2 jailbreak, this one is untethered too, meaning you won't have to connect your iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad every time you reboot the device.

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iPhone iOS 4.3.1 Jailbreak in Progress

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We don't have much in terms of details right now, but it looks like the jailbreaking process for iOS 4.3.x is totally underway and they're just working out some of the kinks.

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Geek Out with Netwalk Logic Game for iDevices

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Have you ever wanted to live out the dream of being a network administrator for some nameless corporation? Okay, probably not, but you could still have some fun playing Netwalk for iPhone 1.0. You don't have to deal with bureaucracy and TPS reports, but you do need to get a functional network going.

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Rainbow Six: Shadow Vanguard Mobile Game Snipes iOS Devices

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When Apple first announced the App Store many moons ago, I didn't think that the iPhone was much of a threat to the Nintendo DS and Sony PSP. Based on more recent developments though, that opinion is changing. As is the case with the newly released Rainbow Six: Shadow Vanguard.

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Bing Bong: Microsoft Makes Deals Mobile

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Google tried to buy Groupon and that didn't go so well. So Microsoft is taking an entirely different approach with its new Bing Deals platform: it's not really offering any deals at all. Instead, Bing Deals will operate more like a "daily deals" aggregator, not unlike what you might already get through a site like DealRadar. Microsoft has partnered with The Dealmap to launch Bing Deals, assembling offers from Groupon, Living Social, Restaurant.com, and other related sites.

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