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WikiWeb App Makes Losing Hours Of Your Time On Wikipedia Even Easier


On the mobile front, you have several ways to access this huge online encyclopedia, including your browser or the official iOS or Android app. If you own an iOS device though, you also have a brand new way to do it, through the $4.99 WikiWeb app.

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Two Out Of Three Phones Sold Are Now Smartphones


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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Leaked Photo Suggests iPhone 5 has a Four-Inch Front Panel


Recently most of the iPhone 5 rumors have been associated with the smaller looking port that many are claiming could be a micro-USB port or even a new MagSafe connector. Now we have a look at a four-inch long front panel that claimst to be part of the new iPhone.

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


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


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


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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Absinthe 2.0 Brings An Untethered Jailbreak Solution To iOS 5.1.1


Absinthe 2.0 is out, from the same team Dream Team that put together the original A5-breaking jailbreak solution.

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Facebook Launches New Camera Photo App


A new Facebook application has hit the scene that will allow you to take Instagram-styled pictures and share them with iPhones.

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Apple Adding 3G Support To FaceTime?


It seems that an new iOS 5.1.1 error message has shown up that leads the tech world to speculate that Apple is considering implementing FaceTime support over the 3G.

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Portable Drumpad Gives You A Great Way To Drum On Your iDevice


Dream Cheeky has created a special “iDrum kit” that lets you ban away without messing with the touchscreen at all.

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Insiders Say iPhone 5 Will Feature 4-Inch Display


Rumors continue to strongly suggest that the next-generation iPhone will feature a 4-inch screen. According to industry sources reporting to the Wall Street Journal, Apple is has already begun ordering this new larger screens which will replace the current 3.5-inch standard that has been used since the original iPhone surfaced in 2007.

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Rumored iPad Mini May Feature G/F2 Thin-Film Technology


It seems that rumors regarding the 7.85-inch iPad continue to persist, with a new one claiming that it will use “G/F2” Thin-film touch technology when it releases in the 4th quarter of this year. The rumor comes from industry sources, according to DigiTimes.

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New UI and Features for Skype iOS Apps


Do you have have the Skype app for your iPhone or iPad? Well, both versions have just received an update that brings a few new features and introduces a tweak to the user interface.

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Apple Backdoor Highly Unlikely


Recently, the training materials for the California District Attorneys Association found there way online, and as a result there has been a lot of worry that Apple might have a way around pass-codes altogether.

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According To Apple, The New iPad Doesn’t Have A Charging “Bug”


Ever since the new iPad was released there seems to be a plethora of issues that owners have been complaining about, such as potential overheating issues and even an alleged charging problem. Just like with the heating issue though, Apple's official response is that there is nothing wrong.

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