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Suzuki Launches Performance Racing Game For iDevices

Suzuki Motor Corp. recently announced the launch of the Kizashi Ring of Fire racing game app, bringing its popular online game to life on both the iPad and iPhone as a free download from the App Store. With this launch, Suzuki builds on its multiplatform approach to promote the all-new Kizashi sport sedan in conjunction with the company’s intercontinental road …

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HeyTweets, The First Free Text-to-Tweet Global Service

MediaFriends today announced that its HeyWire real-time social messaging hub, which combines text, chat and IM across multiple screens, is the world’s first mobile service to enable its users to access Twitter via SMS from anywhere in the world through its new feature HeyTweets. What Is HeyTweets? HeyTweets enables HeyWire users to stay socially connected via Twitter regardless of their …

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CNN Launches iPad App

CNN today announced its iApp for iPad. Simultaneous to this launch, the CNN App for iPhone and iPod touch in the U.S. will be available for free, and a major update to the International version will add live breaking news video. That $1.99 I spent for the original iPhone app will surely not be refunded by CNN “High quality, world-class …

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Kraft Foods Gets Into The eBook Business

Kraft Foods and skyrockit, a full service mobile entertainment agency, have joined together to produce Kraft Foods’ first eBook. “Spread a Little Joy” is available today in Apple’s App Store, and at Amazon.com for $9.99. The “Spread a Little Joy” eBook contains a compilation of creative and delicious recipes featuring Kraft Foods’ popular PHILADELPHIA cream cheese. Culinary fans can wow …

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Stem Innovation Launched to Develop iOS Accessories

Today, product designer Gary Bart announced the launch of his latest venture, Stem Innovation, LLC. The Florida-based company will focus on the development of iOS accessory products. “Exciting opportunities now exist for forward-thinking manufacturers to deliver compelling solutions driven by mobile devices,” said Bart. “Stem’s mission is to enable users to connect their mobile products to their personal environment using …

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iPhone Photo App Empowers Shoppers With A Mobile 'Hotline'

Just in time for the Holiday Shopping Season MeasuredUp.com, the leading customer service resolution and online reputation social media website, is releasing its new, free photo shopping application named the “MeasuredUp Hotline” for the iPhone. A picture is worth a thousand words and the new “Hotline” photo app allows consumers to instantly report shopping experiences and complaints like long lines, …

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iPhone Photo App Empowers Shoppers With A Mobile ‘Hotline’

Just in time for the Holiday Shopping Season MeasuredUp.com, the leading customer service resolution and online reputation social media website, is releasing its new, free photo shopping application named the “MeasuredUp Hotline” for the iPhone. A picture is worth a thousand words and the new “Hotline” photo app allows consumers to instantly report shopping experiences and complaints like long lines, …

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MoMA Unveils Abstract Expressionist Exhibit iPad App

In conjunction with the exhibition Abstract Expressionist New York, on view at The Museum of Modern Art through April 25, 2011, MoMA announces a free application for the Apple iPad, now available through the App Store. The Abstract Expressionist NY App (Ab Ex NY for short) is an informative and entertaining resource for use before or after a visit to …

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Wanna Video Chat?

Thanks to the iPhone and other smart phones video chatting is becoming a thing of the past.  The only concern I had was that the cellular provider is putting a damper on the service.  I have the capability to video chat but I am limited as to when. With AT&T you had to be on wifi to use the FaceTime …

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Allrecipes.com Launches iPad App

Allrecipes.com, a Reader’s Digest Association (RDA) brand, and the #1 food site has just released the “Allrecipes.com Your Kitchen Inspiration”. The creators of the most downloaded recipe app in the iTunes app store, Allrecipes.com Dinner Spinner, developed the iPad app with home cooks in mind, with the intent to allow app users to easily find and follow recipes at the …

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Kraft Foods iPad App Lets You Bring Home a Celebrity Chef

Kraft Foods has unveiled exclusive new content for the Big Fork Little Fork iPad app, featuring recipes, tips and how-to videos from world-renowned chef Marcus Samuelsson, an accomplished restaurateur and season two winner of Bravo’s Top Chef Masters. “We first created Big Fork Little Fork as a highly interactive and entertaining resource for parents to engage their families in cooking …

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Lights, Camera, Capture: Creative Lighting Techniques

High-profile photographer Bob Davis is known for his lighting techniques; In his book, “Lights, Camera, Capture: Creative Lighting Techniques for Digital Photographers“, Davis walked readers through the fundamental and advanced concepts of digital photography lighting with minimal equipment. Now, the category-defining interactive title is available for iPad, incorporating amazing new multitouch simulations, high resolution photography and more. The App is …

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Android Users, Say Hello To Hellotxt

iPhone users have enjoyed it for a while, now Android users can join in the fun at start taking advantage of Hellotxt. The best way to describe Hellotxt is as your personal social dashboard. Accessible through both smartphones and the the web, Hellotxt has been designed to help people communicate easily with their contacts no matter what social network they are …

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PBS Announces New PBS.org and New iApps

PBS is announcing tomorrow the beta launch of a new PBS.org (http://www.pbs.org/), featuring local content from member stations, full TV episodes from series and auto-localization features. The launch coincides with the release of PBS for iPad, and the upcoming introduction of the PBS App for the iPhone and iPod touch. These efforts continue the organization’s transformation into a multi-platform media …

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KPMG Launches Business Savvy iPad App

KPMG, the global network of professional firms providing Audit, Tax and Advisory services, today announces the availability of the KPMG App for iPad on the App Store. The app was developed in response to KPMG clients’ desire for faster and easier access to KPMG’s insight and thought leadership while on-the-go. The new KPMG App for iPad hosts hundreds of articles, …

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Orb Networks System Streams iTunes and Pandora to Any Home Stereo

A world of music is being unleashed for consumers thanks to a new smartphone-controlled and Internet-connected music system today announced by Orb Networks, Inc. The new Orb Music Player is the easiest and most affordable ($69) way for consumers to enjoy their entire iTunes music library, Internet music and radio services — such as Pandora and Sirius Radio — on …

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Netflix App Released – Finally

Hey Netflix – we your users are waiting for you to take over the streaming video world – In the interim – this is a great step forward. In a press release this morning Netflix announced the availability of its free Netflix App for iPhone and iPod touch, allowing Netflix members on plans starting at just $8.99 a month to …

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Angry Birds – The Movie

You know you’ve played it on the iPhone – it’s addicting – even I, who don’t play too many games, have found myself submerged in a trance hurling Angry Birds through the sky. Well now there is talk of taking the hit game to the cinematic screen. A report in Variety quotes the game’s makers, a Finnish company called Rovio, …

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Woopra Releases iPhone App

Real-time website analytics provider, Woopra has finally released their much anticipated iPhone application. I, personally, have been looking forward to this release for over a year now, and got really excited when the team first gave us a glimpse of an early beta they were working on. See that first glimpse video below: My goal here is to not do …

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Goodbye Apple TV, Hello iTV

The whole idea of taking over the living room and become the digital hub seems to be taking a slight detour from our friends at Apple. Engadget is reporting knowledge of an effort to finally do away with the Apple TV side hobby and instead replace it with a smaller, more agile device. According to the Engadget report, this is …

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Relieving Check-in Fatigue

Nowadays if you find yourself on the interweb, you’ve undoubtedly built up a few important social circles. I would also assume that you’ve dove into the world of location-based check-ins with those members of your social circles. Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, Gowalla, etc. have made experiencing the vastness of the interweb and sharing your findings with others incredibly FUN ! There …

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Here Comes Clicker Mobile

In the battle to capture the attention of the mobile entertainment market, I’m glad there are alternatives for us, the consumer, to choose from. I voice that statement after realizing this week, after receiving my invite to Hulu Plus, that I would still have to pay the ten bucks for the service even during this Beta phase – not cool …

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Flipboard: Your Social Magazine

Before I write another word – let me say, when this company goes public – I want shares !!! That may tell you the type of non-bias review I’m going to do on this iPad app. Here’s the scoop, Flipboard (@flipboard) was released in the Apple App Store early today touting itself as “the world’s first social magazine.” What does …

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