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Apple Mac App Store to Sell iWork & iLife 11 Applications Separately

Apple Mac App Store to Sell iWork & iLife 11 Applications Separately

Yesterday, as it tends to happen on an Apple announcement day, was focused on what the Cupertino-based company has coming down the pipe. There was a main focus on iLife 11, showcasing its three updated applications and all of their features, which includes iMovie 11, GarageBand 11, and iPhoto 11. But, it looks like Apple is also going to let those shopping through the Mac App Store to pick and choose which applications they want, without having to get the full bundle.

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Ringtone Makers Being Allowed into Apple’s App Store

Ringtone Makers Being Allowed into Apple’s App Store

Apple's App Store Reivew Guidelines, which they made public not too long ago, are seemingly working out for developers. It only took eight days before the first previously banned applications started seeing the light of day inside the App Store, and now that we have Google Voice applications showing up, what's next? Ringtone makers, that's what. And it's not just one of them, either. As of the time of this writing, there are five different ringtone maker applications now available in the App Store.

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The Daily Slash: May 20th 2010

The Daily Slash: May 20th 2010

Only 11 more days left in the month, and today marked a pretty loud, and impressive, announcement from Google. Of course, there's just 11 more days in the month, and that means June's getting closer and closer. And we all know what's coming in June. Tonight though, in typical Daily Slash fashion, we'll focus on what else happened out there today. First up, in the Best of R3, we've got a report card with some pretty impressive statistics, and Versace has a new phone out (it's "unique"). And then in the Dredge 'Net, Steve Jobs isn't a fan of WebM, the white iPhone HD looks very sleek when it's rendered, and it looks like the AT&T Pre Plus has been given an unlock.

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The Daily Slash: May 17th 2010

The Daily Slash: May 17th 2010

Did anyone else notice it's Monday? We sure did. It just has an air about it, doesn't it? Well, we're happy that you chose to start your week out with us, and welcome to this latest edition of the Daily Slash. Tonight, in the Best of R3, we've got a CDMA HTC Hero showing up somewhere it doesn't belong, and Samsung wants to give you money for developing applications. And then in the Dredge 'Net, Blue Ant's got a new speakerphone for your Bluetooth pleasure, a new report shows cell phone shipments around the world are growing, and finally, a LEGO robot that can raise its own bridge.

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The Daily Slash: April 6th 2010

The Daily Slash: April 6th 2010

Tuesday, and we know that most of you are looking forward to things in the future, but let's settle down, and focus on the present, shall we? Tonight, we've got a good assortment of stories from 'round the 'net, and we're glad that you could share the trip with us. First up, as we started last night, we've got the Best of R3, which is our way of bringing you all the greatest news from the other sites within this network. Right after that, we've got the dredge net pulling in things like the Slide HD, and the fact that Digg is deleting their Digg Bar. And then we've got a pretty lofty goal from Panasonic, followed up by a firefighting mask that looks like something right out of a science-fiction movie.

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Marvel Comics Coming to the iPad

Marvel Comics Coming to the iPad

If you didn't already have enough reasons to get the new tablet from Apple, it looks like one of the largest companies in comic book history (if not the largest) is giving you 500 reasons to jump on board the early adopter train. Just announced today, Marvel is releasing an iPad application, specifically designed to bring you a combination of old tales, mixed perfectly with the latest and greatest from the Marvel Universe.

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Apple iPad Tutorial Videos Launched on Apple’s Site

Apple iPad Tutorial Videos Launched on Apple’s Site

With only five days left, we can imagine that most of you out there are excited that you can count down the time left before you get your very own iPad on one hand. We understand the sentiment, and we realize that with these tutorial videos published today by Apple, it's probably not going to get any easier for you. But, that doesn't mean you shouldn't watch them. After all, when you open the box and finally get to play with it, don't you want to feel like an expert?

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Apple iPad App Store Shown Off in Video

Apple iPad App Store Shown Off in Video

Less than a week. That's the length of time remaining for the hundreds of thousands of people out there who pre-ordered their very own Apple tablet. And in classic Apple pre-launch goodness, we're in the middle of a deluge of images, leaked information, and general goodness regarding what's coming. This time around, we've got video of what we should expect from the iPad App Store come this Saturday, cover flow and all.

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Apple iPad Cumulative Orders Reaching 500,000, Approved iPad Apps Make Appearance

Apple iPad Cumulative Orders Reaching 500,000, Approved iPad Apps Make Appearance

Apple has a tablet coming out. Have you heard? Of course you have. And, despite the fact that some analysts have painted the future gadget as little less than a mark in Apple's long list of releases, it seems that the actual numbers may actually point to something quite different. In fact, if you were to look over the numbers, it seems that the Apple iPad is actually doing quite well for itself.

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Microsoft Interview Explains Development Process, Applications, and Updates

Microsoft Interview Explains Development Process, Applications, and Updates

There's no doubt that with the launch of Windows Phone 7 Series, that things are changing for Microsoft in the mobile market. They've decided to revamp everything, and that means the development process is getting a major face-lift as well. While they're hoping that the main stay of developers from previous version of Windows Mobile will stick around, they also want to make it perfectly clear that new developers can take full advantage of the new Silverlight development process. In the interview we conducted, we learned that Microsoft agrees with everyone else, in that the development process is just as important as the hardware and software, to the survival and success of Windows Phone 7 Series. We also learned how applications will be distributed, upgraded, and everything else in between. Oh, and we find out that some dreams are certainly going to be dashed.

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