iPhone Heart Monitor Due Next Month: AliveCor Gains FDA Approval

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The FDA has approved AliveCor’s iPhone Heart Monitor and will go on sale in the United States next month.

The AliveCor uses an iPhone 4 or 4s smartphone to record, display, store, transfer and evaluate singe channel electrocardiogram (ECG) rhythems. The Class II device consists of a self-powered case that attaches to the back of an iphone. The case communicates wirelessly with an associated heart monitor application on the phone.

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Video Tube iPhone App Review

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If you miss the old YouTube app on your iPhone, the Video Tube app may be just what you are looking for. Video Tube allows you to watch YouTube videos with an interface that is similar to the original iOS YouTube app. Though similar, Video Tube has a few extra features that may be of interest, but it also falls short in some important places.

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New Poll Says 22% of Respondents will get a Windows Phone 8 device, tied with iPhone interest

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Windows Phone 8 might have just hit the market today, but it is already generating quite a bit of excitement. In fact, a new poll conducted by the UK-based PC Advisor indicates that out of 3,250 respondents, 22 percent were interested in Windows Phone 8– the same percent of users that were interested in the iPhone.

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Evernote 5 for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch Released

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Beta Evernote 5 on the Mac was a good indicator that the team was working on a new version for iOS users, and now only a few days later, we have it.  Evernote 5 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch is redesigned and released with major functions added, home screen sections, Quick Notes, and Views.

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Pinch Interface Connects Phones and Tablets into One Large Display

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When using the app between two or more devices, the user can ‘pinch together’ two screens by using their thumb and index fingers both on a separate device, and pinching them together, like you would when zooming in on a web page on a normal touch screen. The screens can be lined up at any angle, whether that is vertically or horizontally, and the pictures will match themselves up automatically if they become misaligned when attached.

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Daily Deal: $30 for OtterBox Defender Series Case for iPhone 5

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When it comes to offering protection for your mobile phone, one of the most trusted names in the industry has to be OtterBox. And now you can get an OtterBox Defender Series Case for iPhone for just under thirty bucks. That’s almost half price.

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National Geographic Magazine App Review

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National Geographic Magazine is world renowned for its beautiful photography and in-depth stories on wildlife, culture, history, the Earth and even the universe. It is a magazine that you may be a subscriber to or at least have seen during a doctor’s visit. National Geographic Magazine gives people insight into worlds they have never and may never see.

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US Govt: Legal to Jailbreak iPhone, Still Illegal to Jailbreak iPad?

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I’ve always figured that I could tinker with my mobile devices however I see fit, as long as I’m not infringing on some other laws about invasion of privacy or anything like that. It seems that the United States government agrees with me,

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Topia Game Review

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Topia is a new game from Crescent Moon Games released on iOS in early October. This is the first release of the game, which Crescent Moon calls the “Sandbox Release.” Topia is exactly that, a world sandbox where you can create and take away land and add different species of animals. While a sandbox world is fun, I am eagerly awaiting an update to see what else will come of this game.

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NFL Pro 2013 Game Review

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If you’ve played any of Madden’s games before, you’ll quickly notice the similarities between the console games and NFL Pro, and I was surprised at how similar the game felt to the first Madden game I had played in 2005. The great thing that Madden captured was the simple pick-up-and play gameplay that managed to incorporate useful tools to create your own strategies whilst keeping all the action focused on the player, and Gameloft have managed to emulate this impressively well.

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