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iPad a Popular Tool Among Therapists Helping The Disabled
The iPad is proving its value to society by helping those with disabilities live more independently. Those who care for the disabled have learned that the iPad is a very useful tool.
| November 1
Access Your iDevice's File System With Phone Disk - Now Free For A Limited Time
Phone Disk can be downloaded for free until December 1, 2010. View your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch files directly from the Mac Finder or Explorer on a PC. Read more...
| October 30
Apple Considering Nitride Coatings For Scratch Proof Devices
Apple paid another visit to the U.S. Patent Office. This time the application was for adding nitride to make devices scratch proof.
| October 29
LED Lights You Can Control With An iPhone Through A Wi-Fi Connection
One way to keep a party interesting and exciting is through the use of lighting. With your Wi-Fi connection, you can control your LED party lights, and treat your guests to an experience they will remember for years to come.
| October 26
Rumor: Apple To Lock Down The App Store Thanksgiving and Christmas Weeks
The App Store will lock down for Thanksgiving week and Christmas week. What does this mean to you? Click to find out...
| October 26
Patent Watch: Apple Working On Cloud-Based Radio Broadcast Services
Apple has been in contact with the U. S. Patent Office regarding a device that could tap into cloud broadcasting services. Get on board, because the ride to the future won't wait.
Apple Ships More Smartphones Than RIM In The Last Quarter
BlackBerry is no longer ahead of the iPhone in the global market place. The iPhone has caught up and passed RIM, by shipping more units during the third quarter of 2010.
Steve Replies: iPad Mute Switch Is Here To Stay - Won't Be Customizable
Steve Jobs has verified that the mute switch is here to stay. It will not be converted into an orientation lock ever again. Read more...
Bejing Triples Security To Stifle iPhone Scalpers
The Apple Store in Beijing, China has had problems with the iPhone 4 ever since it arrived. First, they shut the store down because of the scalpers. Now, only customers who have reserved an iPhone online can get one, on the upper level, after passing through the necessary security.
GroupMe Gets An App To Manage Your Own SMS Chat Rooms
Tired of sending the same SMS to all of the friends in your group? Save your fingers the workout, and use GroupMe to send your SMS/text messages to everyone in one fell swoop.