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Your wait is over, Apple fanboys! The official iPhone event happens today! We've got info on preorder dates AND Google's brand new YouTube app for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
13 Sep 2012
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YouTube gets cut from iOS 6! What does this mean? Our free app of the week lets you take amazing 360 degree panoramic photos with your phone - fast and easy, and more!
7 Aug 2012
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We test which smartphone can load a video quickest from the YouTube app
2 Jan 2012
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High Five is a cross-platform mobile messenger that replaces SMS and works through the existing internet data plan of your device. High Five also allows you the end user to communicate direct from the app to the social platforms: Facebook, Twitter and You tube at no extra charge. High Five is currently only available for the iPhone. Because High Five uses the same internet data plan that you use for email and web browsing, there is no cost to message and stay in touch with your friends. For More Visit: *******high-5.mobi
14 Jul 2012
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Buy iPad at *******www.bigtimewireless****/Apple-iPad-s/3625.htm The best way to experience the web, email, photos, and video. Hands down. All of the built-in apps on iPad were designed from the ground up to take advantage of the large Multi-Touch screen and advanced capabilities of iPad. And they work in any orientation. So you can do things with these apps that you can’t do on any other device. Safari iPad is the best way to experience the web. View whole pages in portrait or landscape on the large Multi-Touch screen. And let your fingers do the surfing. Mail There’s nothing like the Mail app on iPad. With a split-screen view and expansive onscreen keyboard, it lets you see and touch your email in ways you never could before. Photos A vivid LED-backlit IPS display makes viewing photos on iPad extraordinary. Open albums with a tap. Flip through your pictures one by one. Or play a slideshow and share your photos. Videos The 9.7-inch high-resolution screen makes iPad perfect for watching HD movies, TV shows, podcasts, music videos, and more. YouTube With the YouTube app designed specifically for iPad, videos are even easier to find. And on the amazing iPad display, they’re more fun to watch. Especially in HD. iPod Reach out and touch your songs. View your album art full-size. iPad makes music look as good as it sounds. iTunes Millions of songs, thousands of movies and TV shows, and so much more. Browsing and buying are just a tap away. App Store You’ll find more than 150,000 apps on the App Store, and iPad can run almost all of them. Including everything from games to productivity apps. iBooks Reading is a joy on iPad. Text looks crisp and bright. Pages turn with a flick. And you can buy new books from the iBookstore. Just download the free iBooks app to get started. Maps See more of the world with iPad. Find locations easier than ever with street view, satellite view, or new terrain view — all using Google services.
5 May 2010
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*******pvaworld.info/sample-page/htc-flyer/ The Flyer isn’t part of the pack of tablets running the latest version of Google’s Android software, 3.0 Honeycomb. Instead, HTC has slapped its Sense custom user interface, seen on the company’s smart phones, over the top of Android 2.4 Gingerbread. For those keeping track of version numbers, Android 2.4 and Android 2.3 are both known as ‘Gingerbread’, since these two versions of the operating system are almost identical. Android 3.0 Honeycomb is a version specifically designed for tablets, rather than for smart phones. Sticking to the older version of Android has given HTC the time to customise the interface significantly. We haven’t seen the Flyer’s user interface in action yet, but HTC told us that it’s tweaked all of its apps to take advantage of the tablet’s extra screen space. For example, the email app will have two panels, showing your inbox and an email at the same time. HTC is one of the only companies that’s done a great job of skinning Android. Its Sense user interface has been making geeky phone software better-looking and easier to use ever since it first appeared on the Hero. Consequently, we’re cautiously optimistic about HTC’s software efforts on the Flyer. We also loved the Samsung Galaxy Tab, even though it only ran Android 2.2, so there’s hope for the Flyer too. But — and this is a big but — the Galaxy Tab came out about five months ago, before Honeycomb was even out. At the time, we were thrilled to embrace a more pocket-friendly, Android alternative to the iPad. But even Google has said that Android wasn’t well suited to tablets before Honeycomb emerged. Even if HTC’s Sense skin overcomes the fact that Android 2.4 isn’t optimised for tablets, we think it’ll be hard for any self-respecting geek to break the piggy bank open for a gadget that’s not cutting-edge. You may disagree, though. After all, HTC has proven with its phones that it can do a great job of designing a user interface. You may not particularly care which version of Android your tablet runs either. Also, HTC has promised that the Flyer will get an update to Honeycomb eventually. Being stuck on Gingerbread doesn’t mean the Flyer is likely to miss out on many features. You’ll still have access to the Android Market, which is full of apps and games to install on your robot friend. Android apps tend to be less elegant than the apps available for the iPad, and there are fewer of them. But, on the plus side, some of them offer wilder features — like augmented reality — and they tend to be very cheap or even free. The Android browser is also a treat, because it renders Web pages quickly and accurately. It supports Flash Player too, which means you won’t miss out on online videos, and you won’t have to rely on the separate YouTube app. Even if you have no interest in the latest cute cat videos from Japan, having Flash support in the browser is fantastic just for moving around the many sites that use it for menus and navigation. One thing we don’t know is how the Flyer’s 1.4GHz, single-core processor will stack up against the 1GHz, dual-core chip of the Motorola Xoom and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. Stay tuned for some benchmark results as soon as we get these beauties into the lab.
4 May 2011
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Click here: *******giveaways.pvaworld.info/free-offers/htc-flyer/ Did You see our Facebook page: *******www.facebook****/pvaworld The Flyer isn’t part of the pack of tablets running the latest version of Google’s Android software, 3.0 Honeycomb. Instead, HTC has slapped its Sense custom user interface, seen on the company’s smart phones, over the top of Android 2.4 Gingerbread. For those keeping track of version numbers, Android 2.4 and Android 2.3 are both known as ‘Gingerbread’, since these two versions of the operating system are almost identical. Android 3.0 Honeycomb is a version specifically designed for tablets, rather than for smart phones. Sticking to the older version of Android has given HTC the time to customise the interface significantly. We haven’t seen the Flyer’s user interface in action yet, but HTC told us that it’s tweaked all of its apps to take advantage of the tablet’s extra screen space. For example, the email app will have two panels, showing your inbox and an email at the same time. HTC is one of the only companies that’s done a great job of skinning Android. Its Sense user interface has been making geeky phone software better-looking and easier to use ever since it first appeared on the Hero. Consequently, we’re cautiously optimistic about HTC’s software efforts on the Flyer. We also loved the Samsung Galaxy Tab, even though it only ran Android 2.2, so there’s hope for the Flyer too. But — and this is a big but — the Galaxy Tab came out about five months ago, before Honeycomb was even out. At the time, we were thrilled to embrace a more pocket-friendly, Android alternative to the iPad. But even Google has said that Android wasn’t well suited to tablets before Honeycomb emerged. Even if HTC’s Sense skin overcomes the fact that Android 2.4 isn’t optimised for tablets, we think it’ll be hard for any self-respecting geek to break the piggy bank open for a gadget that’s not cutting-edge. You may disagree, though. After all, HTC has proven with its phones that it can do a great job of designing a user interface. You may not particularly care which version of Android your tablet runs either. Also, HTC has promised that the Flyer will get an update to Honeycomb eventually. Being stuck on Gingerbread doesn’t mean the Flyer is likely to miss out on many features. You’ll still have access to the Android Market, which is full of apps and games to install on your robot friend. Android apps tend to be less elegant than the apps available for the iPad, and there are fewer of them. But, on the plus side, some of them offer wilder features — like augmented reality — and they tend to be very cheap or even free. The Android browser is also a treat, because it renders Web pages quickly and accurately. It supports Flash Player too, which means you won’t miss out on online videos, and you won’t have to rely on the separate YouTube app. Even if you have no interest in the latest cute cat videos from Japan, having Flash support in the browser is fantastic just for moving around the many sites that use it for menus and navigation.
22 Sep 2011
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Click here for more details: *******cathsm.info/B003X0BD8C Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 Mini Pro (U20i) Unlocked GSM Android Smartphone with 5MP Camera, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Touch Screen, QWERTY Keyboard--International Version with No US Warranty (Black) The X10 Mini Pro takes the X10 to the next level and is a great addition to the Android range of devices but not only that, it also fits in a great position in the market as the smallest Android phone with a QWERTY keyboard with the other handets being much larger or older hardware. Ask a friend over. Or just get in touch. Messaging is instant with Xperia X10 mini pro. A full slide-out QWERTY keyboard and intuitive touch screen right at your fingertips. Your home screen - just like home. Messages. YouTube. Apps from Android Market. One hand control, drag'n'drop the icons into the corners of your screen - and have your favorites at thumb's reach. One way to everyone: Which friends are going to the 80s party? And who's having a quiet night in? With Timescape, it's easy to see what all your friends are up to, every minute of the day. Facebook, tweets, messages, missed calls – all in one app, with the latest event at the top. From here to inifinity: Stuff you didn't know about your favorite stars. Music that brings the house down. Press the infinite button in the media player and go explore.
23 Sep 2011
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Click here for more details: *******cathsm.info/B00457X6PA Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 Mini Pro (U20i) Unlocked GSM Android Smartphone with 5MP Camera, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Touch Screen, QWERTY Keyboard--International Version with No US Warranty (Red) The X10 Mini Pro takes the X10 to the next level and is a great addition to the Android range of devices but not only that, it also fits in a great position in the market as the smallest Android phone with a QWERTY keyboard with the other handets being much larger or older hardware. Ask a friend over. Or just get in touch. Messaging is instant with Xperia X10 mini pro. A full slide-out QWERTY keyboard and intuitive touch screen right at your fingertips. Your home screen - just like home. Messages. YouTube. Apps from Android Market. One hand control, drag'n'drop the icons into the corners of your screen - and have your favorites at thumb's reach.
24 Sep 2011
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In today's show, we talk about the eleventh anniversary of September Eleventh, Yelp's effect on business, the new Youtube app on iPhone, and everything else that mattered to me.
12 Sep 2012
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Tweet! *******bit.ly/RTMasterGrief ¦ FB! *******on.fb.me/trCrFo Master Chief is kinda a dick. Special thanks to Mike Schiffbauer who played Master Chief (that's his super rad costume!), as well as Sam Gorski and Niko Pueringer of Corridor Digital for acting ( *******youtube****/corridordigital ) If you're on the ol' Xbox, check out the YouTube app - you can watch our vids on the medium screen now!
9 Nov 2012
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(Video Synopsis Below) Visit the 'Voices of Fibromyalgia' facebook community at: *******www.facebook****/voicesoffibromyalgia Tune in to our radio show, THE FIBRO SHOW every week or listen to past shows at: *******www.blogtalkradio****/thefibroshow ABOUT THE VIDEO: 50 Survivors of participated in this video to help raise awareness about fibromyalgia by raising their signs. Directed by and featuring Haullie Volker; this mini-film takes you on a journey through 3 months inside the life of a fibromyalgia survivor and what it takes to struggle with this very real, very painful condition. With the use of positive and thought provoking imagery and video filmed by Haullie, survivors and non-survivors alike are given a window into the symptoms, emotions and contrast that takes place in the life of all fibro/CFS survivors. You will get to see the many "faces" of fibro and how it changes us. You will get to see the different "faces" of fibro. If you are a survivor of fibro or you know someone who wants to know about what fibro really is like, I encourage you to share this video with them. If you share the video please use the graphic as the thumbnail does not show up and also tell people about the mobile instructions. Thanks so much everyone and enjoy the film. :) FOR MOBILE DEVICES: Do not use the youtube app to open this video on your mobile device. You will not be able to view it. Instead open your internet browser on your phone and go to www.youtube**** and view the video there by searching "Voices of Fibromyalgia Raising Our Signs for Awareness" THANK YOU: Special thanks to all of the beautiful, unique, phenomenal survivors of fibro who participated in this video with my by raising YOUR signs for awareness. You're all so amazing! WRITE TO HAULLIE: haullievolkeryahoo****
20 Jan 2013
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