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2009's Sixteen Best iPod + iPhone Products Announced by iLounge
Nov 02, 2009 - The editors of iLounge proudly announce the winners of the prestigious iPod + iPhone Best of the Year Awards. From cases to speakers, games and applications, the Awards spotlight top picks across major Apple hardware and software categories, and were selected by iLounge's editors without any influence from advertisers, Apple, or other interests. Recipients were selected purely on the basis of merit from thousands of candidates, and represent the outstanding efforts of small and large developers.
iLounge Launches 2010 iPod + iPhone Buyers' Guide
Nov 02, 2009 - iLounge today proudly debuts the brand-new 2010 iPod + iPhone Buyers' Guide, the latest in its multi-million-downloaded series of publications. The 200-page Guide is available immediately as a free, hassle-free download from iLounge, and will be featured at the iLounge Pavilion of the January 2010 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
iPresentee introduces new My Portrait service
Sep 08, 2009 - iPresentee today introduces My Portrait service. Using it everyone can get a portrait of yourself and make an ordinary web site, Pages document, Keynote presentation much more attractive and lively. Furthermore, Mac's desktop can become more expressive and joyful with individual folder icons. My Portraits are depicted by professional artist therefore each portrait is individual and unique.
Popular Content Publishing Platform - Glue - To Offer Paid Service
Aug 26, 2009 - Simple Web and Mobile Content Publishing Platform - Glue - announces a new paid service coming in early 2010 with a wide feature set expanded off of the current Glue beta service. Built by the Seattle Washington web design/development firm Squad, Glue is best known for its ability to push information to multiple social network profiles at once. Glue publishes to over 15 social profiles and adding more sites every week.
Global Brands Launch Into iPhone & iPod Mobile Marketing With Notescasts
Aug 25, 2009 - Leading global brands are recognizing the need to employ an all new set of marketing tools to reach out and effectively speak to their customers in their mobile lives. One of those tools is custom Notescast titles for the iPhone. With a custom Notescast title, companies can promote their products and services with up to 1,000 pages of in-depth content, all linked to related photos and video, which their customers can now review in the palm of their hand wherever they go and whenever they want.
An Event Apart Attendees Create 'A Feed Apart' App During Boston Event
Jul 31, 2009 - Today, An Event Apart posts an interview with two An Event Apart Boston 2009 attendees, Nick Sergeant and Pete Karl, who designed and developed an application during the two-day conference and took it live during the event. The application, A Feed Apart, was created using Django, django-syncr, and the Twitter and Flickr APIs in order to aggregate all attendee-posted information in one place.
Atlanta Private Detective Exposes Tool That Hacks Into Gmail Accounts
May 05, 2009 - Eagle Investigative Services has discovered that the Open Resource free proxy server Tor, used in part to block traffic analysis from companies like Google, is vastly insecure and can be used by hackers to steal passwords and other information used in phishing attacks. The Atlanta private investigators are thankful they run everything on Apple Macs so the damage was able to be quickly contained.
Ubermind Announces iLightr for Android
Apr 01, 2009 - Ubermind, Inc. today unveiled a version of their iLightr application for the Android platform. With support for the iPhone, iPod touch, and now Android, iLightr creates the most realistic virtual lighter experience available on any mobile device. iLightr combines high-resolution OpenGL graphics, dynamic sound e!ects and accelerometer support to create the only truly interactive lighter simulation available on the Android platform.
74% of Enterprises with Macs Plan to Add More According to EDA Survey
Mar 10, 2009 - In a survey conducted by the Enterprise Desktop Alliance, 235 of the 314 respondents expect to increase the number of Macs within their organization. Less than 2% of the responding organizations said they expected to reduce the number of Macs. The survey also shows that productivity gains and employee preference are the primary drivers of enterprises adopting Macs, with lower cost of ownership also playing an important role.