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iPhone Gaming gains momentum; Facebook for iPhone client most popular

iPhone Gaming gains momentum; Facebook for iPhone client most popular

The iPhone's gaming talents have come in for some attention recently, with Apple's attempts to ramp up the smartphone's reputation as a mobile games platform seemingly beginning to pay off.  According to comScore, iPhone owners accounted for a full 14-percent of mobile game downloads in November 2008, with 32.4-percent of all iPhone users reporting they downloaded a game in the month, compared with a market average of just 3.8-percent.

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Facebook Looks Great On iPhone

Facebook Looks Great On iPhone

Apparently social networking site Facebook, made popular by college students everywhere, has went and made some sort of iPhone portal.  Vincent has been trying it out and has come away very impressed - even to the point where he’s considering using Facebook just to enjoy the app!

They accomplished this splendid performance/appearance combo by using JavaScript to avoid page refreshes. Other than that it’s basically just moving some things around, like for instance, the navigational buttons, they are now located at the top and appear, from the picture, to be scaled for the iPhone. Then there is the option to click on anyone and have their profile, wall, or photos show up.

AirVR brings VR to your iPad mini, iPhone 6 Plus

AirVR brings VR to your iPad mini, iPhone 6 Plus

See that picture up there? It’s really a thing. A new Kickstarter campaign aims to bring VR to your face, but with the device you may already have on your desk. Rather than ask that you buy a special VR headset for hundreds of dollars, AirVR is both affordable and equally nerdy looking as the rest.

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iOS 8 hits iPhone: here’s what you get

iOS 8 hits iPhone: here’s what you get

Today’s the big day: iOS 8 is here. Starting today, iFans everywhere will get iOS 8 pushed to their phones. After a download, things change quite a bit. Though not the aesthetic change from iOS 6 to iOS 7, iOS 8 adds a lot more functionality than you may know about. Here’s what you can expect.

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Relonch Camera case for iPhone lets you take Fancy Photos

Relonch Camera case for iPhone lets you take Fancy Photos

Digital photography isn't all just about megapixels, which some smartphone OEMs would like you to otherwise think. But even then the iPhone's cameras could perhaps do a bit better. That's were Relonch comes in, an iPhone accessory that its makers claim lets you take Magazine-class photos and instantly upload them to the cloud, hopefully only if you tell it to.

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iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus Review: Bigger is Better

iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus Review: Bigger is Better

Apple promised us something big, and it delivered both metaphorically and literally. The iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus take Apple's flagship smartphone in new directions, finally bowing to consumer demand for larger handsets. These aren't just your old iPhone made bigger, however: a combination of broad hardware improvements and iOS 8 makes sure of that. Question is, does bigger mean better, or has Apple lost its legendary ease of use in the process? Read on for my full review.

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SwiftKey for iOS 8 review: iPhone 6 gets swiped

SwiftKey for iOS 8 review: iPhone 6 gets swiped

One of the most anticipated features in iOS 8 is third-party keyboard support, and Android favorite SwiftKey has wasted no time in readying its learning layout for the iPhone. Using the predictive technologies that made it such a hit on Google's OS, SwiftKey for iPhone can also prove smarter out of the gate, thanks to cross-platform sync. We've been playing with the pre-release beta; read on for our review.

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iWatch SDK already at Facebook & more say insiders

iWatch SDK already at Facebook & more say insiders

Apple has already given a small group of select developers access to its iWatch SDK, insiders claim, with Facebook said to be among those potentially readying demo software for the wearable. The decision to distribute the development kit under a tight NDA is believed to have been made so that Apple can demonstrate the sort of third-party functionality its much-rumored wearable will have at its event on Tuesday, September 9th.

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