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Big-Budget Gaming Apps Start Hitting iOS, Starting with XCOM

The announcement that the triple-A strategy game XCOM is making its way to iOS platforms is huge news. Not only does this mean that the critically acclaimed turn-based strategy title is going to appear on all recent iOS devices and expand everyone’s gaming time considerably, but it’s the first time a major console and PC release has been ported over to iOS.

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Election Results Are In: The iPhone 5’s New Features Aren’t So New

[Dropcaps]Happy Saturday! I know you’re excited about the weekend to be getting away from work and enjoying the things life has to offer. I figured I’d make this eye hopes of making your Friday a little better.[/Dropcaps] If you haven’t heard by now, the iPhone 5 has been released along with an enormous amount of…

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Phones Can Silence Themselves

We’ve all been there before, sitting at our cubicles or in class and someone’s text tone goes off that everyone can hear.  Times turn even worse when the person isn’t at their desk and their phone is left their stranded to ring as much as it wants while everyone else tries to ignore it, but…

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Let the Verizon iPhone Commercials Commence!

I have been already seen the Verizon iPhone4 commercial 4 times already while watching the Playoffs.  Here’s the one I’ve repeatedly seen:  And here’s another that you’ll probably be seeing as the coming weeks past until the arrival of the iPhone 4 on February 10, 2011: If you were one of the unfortunate people who…

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Google Voice App Finally on iPhone

Image via CrunchBase Congratulations iPhone users, you finally have a Google Voice app!  Sure you’ve been able to go to Google’s mobile voice site for a while now but having a dedicated app is always better isn’t it?  If you’ve never tried or even heard of Google Voice, do yourself a favor and give it…

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Dear Steve Jobs: of Course Your Users Want Flash

Skyfire 2.0 Browswer, via PhoneDog As far as mobile devices are concerned, Steve Jobs is well known for his distaste for Adobe Flash and that HTML 5 is the wave of the future. That last part may indeed be true at some point but as now 75% of web content is flash, and it’s not…

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