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Casette to iPod Converter Recently Launched

Written on October 16, 2012 by Avlya Jaie

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The new Cassette to iPod Converter features an iPod docking station at the front, looks like a Walkman

Your classic casette tape tunes cans now be directly played into your iPods and iPhones. Meet the Cassette to iPod Converter, a device created by New Yor-based designer, Hammacher Schlemmer.

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Skype Releases New Update for iOS

Written on May 01, 2012 by Lulu

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Skype 4.0 features new video preview option and auto-restart option in case app crashes.

Skype version 4.0 is now available. This free update is specifically for iOS users and features new updates like move own video preview option and auto-restart option in case the app crashes.

This new update also promises improved stability, minor UI improvements, bug fixes and a new sign in screen. Download this update and enjoy chatting!

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iOS 4.2 lets you Print via iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch Wireless

Written on September 16, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Apple gave us, again, something BIG! And this iOS 4.2 will let you print files without the software installations and Wires. All with AirPrint.

Apple has announced again that their latest beta for iOS 4.2 software will let you print files via you devices. And when we say devices, it’s not your Mac PC or Mac Book. The AirPrint will allow users of iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch to print wireless-ly over Wi-Fi without installing drivers and softwares.

“AirPrint is Apple’s powerful new printing architecture that matches the simplicity of iOS—no set up, no configuration, no printer drivers and no software to download,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing. “iPad, iPhone and iPod touch users can simply tap to print their documents or photos wirelessly to an HP ePrint printer or to a printer shared on a Mac or PC.”

Eventhough the software is currently available for Apple’s iOS develop program, Apple announces that iOS 4.2 will be ready for grabbing this November. The first devices on support for AirPrint is HP’s ePrint enabled printers.

“We’re pleased to work with Apple to bring Apple’s AirPrint to our fall lineup of ePrint printers in time for the holiday shopping season,” said Vyomesh Joshi, HP executive vice president, Imaging and Printing Group. “Making it easy for our customers to print anytime, anywhere, is a key priority for HP. iPad, iPhone and iPod touch customers are going to love how easy it is to print using our new range of ePrint printers, creating high-quality printed pages in an instant.”
AirPrint is said to have full support on a full range print functions through the iOS, including the page range selection as well as the single-sided and double-sided printing. It will also feature a Print Center that will coordinate on your printer queue so you can track the progress across the office.
We can’t wait for this to happen.

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The iOS 4.1 all Ready for Download

Written on September 09, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Brace yourself wit the new iOS 4.1! Grab 'em and see what changes it can bring to your Apple devices.

If you can’t stop killing Zombies and planting Zen Plants in your Plants vs Zombies or you’re addicted in playing Angry Birds on your Apple device, spare some time to upgrade your beloved Apple gadgets. Check out iTunes and see that iOS 4.1 is ready for download.

It might not be the biggest update just like Google Instant Search but Game Center is an exciting factor. We are ssure that you’ll be happy to stop the hang-ups on your iPhone 4’s with its proximity sensor fix.

Surely, its something to look forward to. Let us now if the servitude is worth the minutes out of Angry Birds or Plants vs Zombies.

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Apple: Exclusive Event this September 1

Written on August 26, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Mark your calendar for the Apple event to be held on September 1 in San Francisco, California.

Hear, hear!

On September 1, Wednesday, the computer giant Apple is holding an exclusive event in San Fransisco, California. The event is centered on the company’s music related offerings like iTunes and iPod touch which will be broadcasted live via satellite in London.

This is not the first time that Apple held an event focusing on music and iTunes. These events were always released during September for the last five years. The previous year’s big bomb was the new iPod Nano with its video capabilities and the iPod shuffle and touch.

This year, to add up new features on the more powerful iPod Touch there are speculations that they will be re-launching the Apple TV by its new name iTV. Nearly half a decade ago, Apple introduced to us the Apple TV. Rumors are also saying that Apple will launch its 99% TV show rental program.

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iPod Touch 4th Gen in September?

Written on August 11, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Let's retweet, link and post: the new Generation of the iPod Touch coming on September.

The rumors about the newest iPod Touch 4th Generation has been flying all over the web. Everybody can’t stop retweeting, linking and posting this latest news.

Daring Fireball’s John Gruber has inside hints on the Apple Product release. He commented on a post about Dell Streak clearly saying:

“If you wait a few weeks to buy the Touch, you’ll get one with a Retina Display and dual cameras.”

Gruber, is the man of his word and we have to believe him. There was also a leaked image before about the new iPod Touch right? Everything is so surprising.

Is the all new iPod Touch really coming on September? Think of it as the iPhone 4 features minus the text and call? How cool is that?

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iPod Touch 4th Gen carries a 5 Megapixel Camera

Written on July 09, 2010 by Charles Bass

1 person reports that known UK retailer John Lewis gives what believes to be the newly refreshed 4th generation of iPod Touch by Apple to be released this coming September.

The release of the new iPod 4th gen is discussed fairly in scripting the new features of the device.

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