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Google Brings Check Ins for Google Latitude and 30 Languages for Google Places to iPhone

Written on March 24, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Google sends more love to the iOS with updates for Google Latitude and Google Places.

Showing more love to the Apple market, Google has released updates for their two iOS apps: the Google Latitude and Google Places. Google Latitude seems to be pulling a Foursquare as Google applies ‘check ins.’ Google Places on the other hand will now be in 30 languages, giving a more personal experience to non-American iPhone users.

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Apple iPad Reaches for the Sky, Commercial Airlines Soon to Use Tablets Aboard Flights

Written on March 08, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Apple iPads is about to take off to new heights, literally.

The Apple iPad has conquered land, and now it’s plotting to take over the skies. In what it seems to be an indication of wiping out not only the traditional pen and paper, but also bulky computers from modern existence, the Federal Aviation Administration has approved the use of iPads in airplane cockpits. Yes, airplane cockpits. With the rise of air navigational iOS apps, which include maps and charts, it would be a wise move to replace 20 pound computers with a 2 pound tablet. This would definitely make flights a little more convenient, and it takes off some significant weight off their shoulders, too!

It seems there will be little to no delays in the plight of the tablets as Delta, along with other commercial airlines, have already applied for the approval to test the iPad, along with the other tablets, on their flights. Let’s just wait and see how the iPad will do when it’s on the top of the world.

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Warner Reinvents Movie Digital Download Through iOS Apps; The Dark Knight and Inception Downloads Now Have Apps

Written on February 17, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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The Dark Knight and Inception iOS apps innovate online rental and movie purchasing experience.

The Dark Knight and Inception movies are coming to an iPhone or iPad near you, but you have to pay first. In an effort to boost online rentals and movie purchases, Warner has concocted a plot that may change the phase of the game as they offer two of Christopher Nolan’s recent stunning masterpieces for the 100 million Apple device owners out there. The movies each offer free apps along with some bonus content and the first five minutes of the flick. Should you want to get the entire film, then you only need to pay $9.99 and $11.99 respectively to continue.

Check out the preview video after the break!

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