App Review: Vote!!! for iOS

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Vote!!!, is Epic Games’s hilarious presidential candidate version of Infinity Blade. The game play is very similar, the difference between Vote!!! and Infinity Blade is that, rather than playing as a knight, you play as either Mitt Romney or Barack Obama. What is more satisfying than watching Obama in a super hero costume beating up on someone with a Rubber Chicken? Rhetorical question, nothing is.

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The Keychain-Sized iMpulse Bluetooth Game Controller (Video)

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We’ve seen plenty of Bluetooth controllers for mobile devices, but none are quite as tiny as the iMpulse. Don’t let that small size fool you, because this miniscule controller looks like it could be really big on fun.

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Blood and Glory Legend Review for iOS

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Reminiscent of 300 and Gladiator, Blood and Glory Legend on iOS makes you feel like you are in the center of a gladiator arena.  It’s Glu Mobile’s newest game, and while it is free, expect to feel the temptation of the alluring micro-transactions. The biggest difference between Legend and the first Blood and Glory game […]

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App Review: Google Chrome for iOS

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Google has decided to challenge the iOS powerhouse that is Safari with the new Google Chrome for iOS app. Google Chrome for iOS is an alternate browser for your iPhone or iPad that includes all of the browser basics, plus some of your favorite Google Chrome features.

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App Review: Pinterest (iPad & Android)

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When it comes to social media sites, we often think about more traditional platforms such as Facebook- but what about photo sharing? One of the biggest sharing social networks has quickly become Pinterest, and the good news is that the social network is expanding beyond the web and iPhone with a new version that also supports Android devices and the iPad.

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Ironic Twist of Fate: iOS Virus only attacks Windows Users

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While iOS is known for being rather secure and virus free, it seems that an iOS app called “Instaquotes Quotes Cards for Instagram” has been reported to contain a threatening worm virus known as Worm.VB-900. What’s ironic about this virus is that it doesn’t affect iOS or even OS X in any way, but if you happen to connect your iDevice to your Windows PC, the worm could certainly become a problem.

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Two Out Of Three Phones Sold Are Now Smartphones

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It’s official, smartphones have moved beyond the toys of the wealthy, nerdy or business elite- though this probably isn’t shocking news to anyone. According to information from Nielson, 53% of consumers in the US are purchasing smartphones, and 2 out of 3 new phones purchased last month in the United States were of the smart variety.

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iOS 6 Could Bring Custom Maps with Siri Voice Nav, Facebook and Twitter

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WWDC 2012 is only a week or so away now and it is highly anticipated that we will finally see at least a beta of iOS 6. With that in mind, iMore created a wonderful piece talking about what features iOS 6 could possibly add, including what features it should borrow from existing platforms.

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Absinthe 2.0.4 Arrives Fixing Additional Errors Along The Way

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It’s only been about a week or so since Absinthe 2.0 first came out allowing iOS 5.1.1 users to jailbreak their devices without the need for tethering. So early into its initial release and we are now already up to version 2.0.4, which might leave you wondering why so many revisions so short after it’s release? Honestly, it is pretty much expected when it comes to something as difficult to do as create an untethered jailbreak solution

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Absinthe 2.0.2 Arrives Fixing Bugs and Furthering iOS Device Support

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Just last week, iOS 5.1.1 users rejoiced when the Dream Team released Absinthe 2.0, finally bringing out an untethered iOS jailbreak solution that worked with iOS 5.1.1. While many users were able to use the new program without any real issues, it wasn’t smooth sailing for all users, with many reporting issues of a timeout mechanism that occurred at random and made the jailbreak unusable.

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