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Free iPhone Apps Hardly Ever Used

Pinch Media (iPhone business specialists) conducted an analysis and found that after downloading, iPhone apps are hardly used. According to the analysis of 30 million downloads, just 20% of free apps are revisited one day later. That...

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Get Your Personal iPhone App

InfoMedia is offering a way to create your own iPhone app, without any programming knowledge whatsoever. As of yet, there are no pricing plans available, only an application to fill out. When it does become available, it will include...

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Apple Owns the Mobile Web

No surprise really, but the latest data from AdMob (the leading mobile advertising marketplace) shows that Apple is crushing the competition in the mobile Web space in the U.S. What is a surprise, however, is that the iPod touch is...

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Early Look: Top 10 Android Apps

T-Mobile released the G1 mobile phone to the public this week, the first true competitor to the iPhone. And what makes the G1 a legitimate threat is Google's Android operating system, complete with apps, just like the iPhone. But...

Turn Your RSS Feed Into an iPhone App in Minutes

AppLoop has a tool that will take your RSS feed (or any RSS feed) and turn it into a native iPhone app, which you can then submit to the App store for approval, along with Android. AppLoop does all of the work for you, including importing...

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Android Will Kill the iPhone and Cripple AT&T - Eventually

T-Mobile and Google announced the Android-loaded, HTC-manufactured G1 phone this morning to an enthusiastic crowd, waiting to be awestruck. At first glance, the G1 looks to be on very even ground with the iPhone. But look a little...

This Week in the Social Sphere

Digg Restricts Blind Digging : One of the most "dugg" stories on digg.com over the past seven days is a screenshot of a new restriction on the site. "Drive-by-digging" or "blind digging" refers to the...

apptism: Making Sense of iTunes App Store

There are already thousands of available apps out there for the iPhone, so which ones are right for you? What are the popular free apps? Which apps are being downloaded the most? Apptism can help. The site tracks every app in the store...

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iPods Get Upgrades - Greener Too

Apple has announced the full release of an all new iPod Nano, as well as some upgrades to the iPod touch and other models. The Nano features the slimmest of all iPod designs, as well as a larger screen than previous versions and is...

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Another iPhone Update and a Must-have Gadget

This is starting to sound redundant, but Apple has released a new version of the iPhone operating system, 2.0.2. The update is intended to fix bugs, mostly lag issues. According to users and Wired's Gadget Lab testers, the lag...

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2D Barcode Creator and App for the iPhone

ScanLife now has a 2D barcode app at the iTunes store available for download. If you're not familiar, 2D barcodes can be used for a variety of purposes. When you take a photo with an enabled mobile device, the barcode (ScanLife's...

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iPhone Coming to Best Buy

According to reputable media outlets, including CNN.com, Best Buy will start selling 3G iPhones on September 7 in 970 of its stores. The decision by Apple was facilitated by the two companies' long-standing relationship and Best...

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Export iPhotos to Flickr

If you're an iPhoto user, there's a new plugin that will make your uploads to Flickr much easier. FFXporter allows you to quickly and easily export your photos to Flickr - one at a time or in bunches - while preserving geo...

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