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by Maura at Dec 24, 2010
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Engadget has the scoop today on Skype finally launching video calling on the iPhone 4. According to the report, Skype has already been saying that it will be making some “video-related” announcements at CES in January, which has led Engadget to deduce, accurately I’m sure, that Skype is about to get involved in the mobile video calling business. Now Engadget believes that it has seen what must be considered as confirmation of their theory, in the unlikely form of a Help document that mysteriously appeared on Skype’s site today, containing detailed instructions on how to make video calls using Skype for iPhone. Unfortunately Skype has since pulled that particular Help page from the site, but luckily Engadget managed to grab a little snippet from the document, as...
by Maura at Dec 24, 2010
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A company called iDevices announced today that it will be launching the world’s first wireless cooking thermometer for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad at CES in Las Vegas this January. iGrill turns your iPhone into your own personal sous-chef, enabling you to multitask between your grill or oven and your guests with the peace of mind that comes from knowing that your food is perfectly cooked, at target temperature and safe for consumption.

iGrill is the first Bluetooth and app-enabled device on the market, and comprises an iGrill thermometer with projection display and probe, and the iGrill app for your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad, which lets you know the status of your food via Bluetooth. And because the Bluetooth connection has a particularly long range (over 200...
by Maura at Dec 24, 2010
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[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=llWubTMbyko]YouTube - Pinch Zoom! Update 1.3 Trailer[/ame]​

Coatsink Software is giving puzzle game fans a treat this Christmas weekend by offering its addictive iPhone puzzler Pinch for free up until December 29. The critically acclaimed game sees the player taking control of tiny nanobots called Norbs, which are on a mission to conquer the many mazes and puzzles that make up their world of 60 levels plus.

The Norbs can change size and colour by separating and merging with each other, which the player achieves by “pinching” the screen, hence the name! It’s exactly the sort of movement you’ll be familiar with using in Google Maps or Safari, meaning that the game is very easy to pick up and play. A recent update has also added a...
by Maura at Dec 24, 2010
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MSNBC reports today that a man in New London, Connecticut tried to rob a restaurant by pretending that his iPhone was a gun, only to be thwarted by the brave restaurant staff who grabbed actual real knives to defend themselves.

According to police reports, Jerome Taylor, 20, donned a mask when he arrived at the Northern Indian restaurant this Wednesday, then proceeded to brandish what staff assumed was a weapon of some sort and demanded that they hand over the takings. The brave cooks in the restaurant refused to comply with Taylor’s wishes, and instead picked up real knives in order to protect themselves. Taylor then apologised and told the cooks that he was only joking and that he needed money for his child, before running off. When the police caught up with...
by Maura at Dec 23, 2010
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Square Enix’s Beautiful Game Studios is treating us all to some 1970s footie nostalgia with the release of Championship Manager Legends 70s for an introductory price of £1.79 (the game is currently not available in the US App Store). CML70s gives the player the chance to manage all the great footballers of the 1970s, providing a new take on the football management genre for those that remember the decade with fondness, as well as those who simply love classic football.

Filled with nostalgia and history for football fans in the UK, you get to manage a team back in the sporting decade that produced some truly memorable names, and which, for the first time ever in Championship Manager history, you can control and bring to life.

by Maura at Dec 23, 2010
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If you’re a fan of quality adventure games then you’ll surely already be familiar with Anuman Interactive and the Microids brand's iOS games, such as Dracula: The Path of the Dragon. They really have done an excellent job of porting their beautifully designed and plotted games over from PC and Mac to the iPhone and iPad. The latest game to emerge from the Anuman stable is Nostrodamus: The Last Prophecy – Part 1, an adventure game designed to put the player’s scientific and mystical knowledge to the test.

Born in 1503, Michel de Nostredame (known as Nostradamus), was a French apothecary and astrologer famous for his many prophecies, including the prediction that the world will end in 2012.

Anuman Interactive’s Nostradamus: The Last Prophecy has already been...
by Maura at Dec 22, 2010
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Big Buck Hunter Pro has had another big update today, adding the popular Antelope Adventure as an in-app purchase, as well as three new hunting destinations, three classic bonus games, and several gameplay enhancements. Antelope Adventure brings three new, action-packed treks across five sites each, plus three bonus levels: Windmill Bonus, Quail Hunt and Mars Needs Cattle. As an added holiday treat, all in-App Adventures will now be priced at $0.99.

by PhilSynowiec at Dec 22, 2010
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[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-K76kUrtv1Q]YouTube - Rearth Case Review For iPhone And iPod Touch - iOS Vlog 239[/ame]​

Rearth is a company that makes cases for a wide variety of mobile devices, even Macbooks. Their cases are fairly inexpensive and a great addition to the budget "iDevicer". For around $16.99 you can choose from a variety of devices that the Ringke case is made for, I'm sure you'll find it. Great looking case that comes in many different colors and thin as well. You won't find too much bulk on these cases but they sure will protect from average thing like placing your device on a table or it sliding across the floor. It doesn't seem to have too much protection for drops, but 50% of cases are there to protect against daily wear. If you are looking...
by PhilSynowiec at Dec 22, 2010
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[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5fNftczhKqc]YouTube - Flickz Slim Fit Red Croc Skin iPhone 4 Case Review - iOS Vlog 238[/ame]​

The Flickz, Slim Fit, Red Croc Skin is a great case for anyone who wants to be fancy. It brings a bit of class to your character when you just pull out an iPhone wrapped in crocodile, maybe a little bit of monster as well. The case fit perfectly, really tight fit, and stays together when you close it decently. If you are one of those people that are always going out to the Burlington Coat Factory to buy some fur coats, why not add to your attire all the way down to your iPhone, you can also try the "Lizard" skin case. Great case if you are into the whole wearing animals' thing, if not, PETA is right around the corner or you can try out...
by Maura at Dec 22, 2010
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Bolt Creative announced today that update #36 has finally arrived for Pocket God, the best-selling iPhone app that has been recognised by Apple as one of the Top 10 Paid Apps of 2010. At the same time, the latest instalment of issue #4 of the Pocket God comic has also been released.

Pocket God update #36, called Konkey Dong, is the third and final update in the Ape Entertainment tribute series, a set of three updates released in honour of the Pocket God Comics publisher. As with its primate-themed predecessors, Konkey Dong adds an exciting mini-game that pays homage to classic video gaming at its best, with a small, Pocket God-style twist.

In celebration of the holiday...