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iPhoto for iOS Review

iPhoto for iOS Review

The photography application originally only available on Apple's desktop operating system OS X is now up for download for iOS devices as well: iPhoto, completely re-imagined for mobile! This new application has been released alongside updates for the other two iLife applications iMovie and GarageBand and offers up an interface and functionality made to take full advantage of your multi-touch interfaces and Retina-quality displays. You've got the ability to view, edit, and share photos in a variety of ways with Apple placing special emphasis on iCloud for ultimate syncing power between your collection of iDevices including your iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch.

UPDATE: SlashGear's review of the new iPad here.

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iPhone Polarizing Filter Lens promises to reduce reflections in photos

iPhone Polarizing Filter Lens promises to reduce reflections in photos

Maybe you’re doing some undercover work and need a clear shot through a windscreen or window. Maybe you just find glare and reflections really annoying. If only there was a way to take better photos on your smartphone and sidestep the problem! While there have been plenty of plethora of camera accessories available for the iPhone, particularly the iPhone 4S with its excellent camera, there hasn't been one quite like this.

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Google wants Assistant to be its Siri

Google wants Assistant to be its Siri

Google doesn't like to be one-upped by Apple, but by any account that's sort of what happened when the Siri voice recognition platform was introduced. The technology, currently available only on the iPhone 4S, is likely to be heading to other impending Apple devices and is already one of the big trends to watch in 2012. Google wants a piece of that action.

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Samsung squashes iPhone in MWC awards

Samsung squashes iPhone in MWC awards

Samsung has pipped Apple to the post and won the coveted GSMA Best Smartphone award at Mobile World Congress, the Galaxy S II taking the crown in devices and Samsung itself named Device Manufacturer of the Year. The news follows Apple's surprise victory with the iPhone 4 at MWC 2011 - despite not even attending the show. However, Samsung's tablets were less fortunate, with the iPad 2 grabbing the Best Mobile Tablet award as a product "that has defined the market."

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Siri is your new Mercedes-Benz copilot

Siri is your new Mercedes-Benz copilot

Apple's Siri digital personal assistant is set to show up on the dash of select Mercedes-Benz models, with the news that the A-Class COMAND system is getting an upgrade for improved iPhone 4S interconnectivity. Dubbed "Drive Kit Plus for iPhone" the system allows users to navigate through their iTunes library via the A-Class' Controller in the armrest, together with trigger Siri spoken voice commands to locate services, contact people in your address book, fire off text messages and more.

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Swap your iPhone 4 for an iPhone 4S at Target

Swap your iPhone 4 for an iPhone 4S at Target

It looks like Target is at it again with a new trade-in promotion that will reportedly launch this Sunday, February 26. The promotion will be especially enticing for those of you wanting to trade up from your iPhone 4 to an iPhone 4S to get in on all that Siri action. The catch of course is that you'll have to sign up for a new two-year service agreement.

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Photojojo iPhone Rangefinder revealed and detailed

Photojojo iPhone Rangefinder revealed and detailed

Everybody knows that Photojojo makes the strangest, most interesting, and indeed some of the highest quality oddities a camera enthusiast can buy - and today they've upped the ante for hipsters working with the iPhone. Grab you iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S, slide on the first piece of the cast, pop that into the second bit, and bam, you've got your very own retro-style analog camera that looks and feels relatively similar to the real thing, but with iPhone quality in the mix! You'll be able to tap the shutter button to take a photo, use a real viewfinder, and mount it on a tripod!

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GeoSociety for iPhone Review : a perfect Pokemon alternative

GeoSociety for iPhone Review : a perfect Pokemon alternative

Recently we've heard a whole lot about the epic release and defamation of Pokemon Yellow for iPhone, a game that turned out to be a scam and was thusly removed from the market. Because this game became so popular it reached the top 10 in the iTunes App Store before it was removed from the market, we decided to go on a hunt for the best Pokemon alternative on the market instead. Turns out there's one that stands out above the best - not necessarily because it commands its own genre, but because it replicates the original Pokemon game so precisely!

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T-Mobile USA: 10 LTE devices in 2013 plus 4G iPhone support

T-Mobile USA: 10 LTE devices in 2013 plus 4G iPhone support

T-Mobile USA will have ten LTE devices up for sale by the end of 2013, the carrier's chief technical officer has revealed, with 4G service across 50 markets as well as for the iPhone. Speaking on T-Mobile's so-called "Challenger Strategy" conference call today, CTO Neville Ray described how the carrier would juggle its spectrum holdings to better server a new breed of high-speed hardware. Interestingly, the carrier also seems to be paving the way for 4G iPhone support.

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Can Samsung convince Dilbert on the Galaxy Note?

Can Samsung convince Dilbert on the Galaxy Note?

Samsung can't stop sniping at Apple, and the latest Galaxy Note street challenge seems to have convinced at least one disgruntled iPhone owner; however, the Korean firm still has Dilbert to persuade. For its latest commercial, Samsung apparently took  its 5.3-inch smartphone-tablet hybrid to the mean streets of New York City, giving Android users a few hours to get to grips with the "phablet", and then pitted them against iPhone owners on a series of challenges.

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