iPod Touch

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City hits Android and iOS on December 6th

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City hits Android and iOS on December 6th

It's time for a 10th anniversary celebration of the second wave of mass killings and stealing of fabulous automobiles with Grand Theft Auto: Vice City for both Android and iOS. On December 6th you'll be able to pick this game up from the iTunes App Store and the Google Play app store for $4.99 USD for most any device you can imagine, including Android phones, tablets, the iPhone, iPod touch, and the iPad. Those of you who just cant wait that long should bust out the original Grand Theft Auto 3 - on both platforms already, just incase you did not know.

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JBL speaker docks go Lightning for iPhone 5 and iPad mini

JBL speaker docks go Lightning for iPhone 5 and iPad mini

Two new lovely JBL docks have been revealed this week by Harman with the ability to connect to the newest wave of Apple mobile products - lighting style. These devices are the JBL OnBeat Micro and the JBL Venue LT, both of them ready for not just the iPhone 5, but the new iPod range, the updated 4th generation iPad, and the iPad mini as well. One is tiny, the other is slightly larger than tiny - both are high quality in both looks and sound.

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Otaku Camera for iOS Review

Otaku Camera for iOS Review

It's time for a camera that will blow you kawaii Japanese culture-loving brain apart, ready for iOS on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch right this minute: Otaku Camera! This app uses your device's camera to create fabulously wild photographs that look like their right out of a manga, complete with paperization filters that make sure your subjects look more like they were drawn than they were swiped from real life. This app is able to not just take photos from your gallery and edit them, but take photos with your main camera, showing you a preview of what you're capturing in real time!

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Apple faces second FaceTime lawsuit over iPhone 5 and iPad mini

Apple faces second FaceTime lawsuit over iPhone 5 and iPad mini

Apple faces a second attack on its use of FaceTime, with web software firm VirnetX dragging the Cupertino firm back into the courtroom over video calling tech in the iPhone 5, iPad mini, and other hardware. VirnetX, which scored a $368m win against Apple earlier this week, claims the new smartphone and 7.9-inch tablet - as well as the 4th-gen iPad with Retina display, the 5th-gen iPod touch, and the latest batch of Macs - are just as guilty of infringing its networking-based patents as earlier iOS gadgets.

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Tumblr rebuilds native iOS app, adds new dashboard

Tumblr rebuilds native iOS app, adds new dashboard

Tumblr has gone all-out with the latest iteration of its app for iOS, version 3.2. The mobile app is now completely native, and brings with it a new Tumblr Dashboard, as well as a host of other features. Users can now update and manage their Tumblr blog from their iPhone in a faster and more responsive way.

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Flomio unveils first NFC reader for iOS devices

Flomio unveils first NFC reader for iOS devices

NFC might only be available on a select number of Android devices, but that doesn't mean other smartphones and tablets can't join in on the fun. A company called Flomio is looking to shake things up a bit with their FloJack NFC reader for iOS devices. The company is currently trying to raise money on Kickstarter to put the NFC reader into production.

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Apple sells 3m iPod touch 5G and iPod nano 7G

Apple sells 3m iPod touch 5G and iPod nano 7G

Apple has sold three million of its new iPod touch 5th gen and iPod nano 7th gen media players since they went on sale, the company has confirmed. Announced alongside the iPhone 5 back in September, the two new iPods are best-sellers, Apple CEO Tim Cook confirmed.

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iOS 6 adoption rate levels out at over 60% after one month

iOS 6 adoption rate levels out at over 60% after one month

It's been just over one month since Apple released iOS 6 to the masses, and it seems all the criticism and issues that users have been complaining about hasn't stopped other users from upgrading to the new version. Mobile advertising network Chitika announced today that iOS 6 has finally been leveling out with more than 60% of iDevices upgraded to iOS 6.

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Apple Lightning port “Made for iPhone” meeting changes game on November 8th [UPDATE]

Apple Lightning port “Made for iPhone” meeting changes game on November 8th [UPDATE]

Apple will soon be holding a meeting with Made for iPod/iPhone/iPad (MFI) group partners to discuss the future of accessories working with their new Lightning connector. This Lightning cord and port has been integrated on the iPhone 5 already and will likely be appearing on the future set of iPad devices including the iPad mini, a tablet that's not yet been confirmed to exist by Apple but will likely appear at an October 23rd event. This MFI meeting will be held in Shenzen, China, according to the source speaking with TechCrunch, and will have USB standards on the ticket.

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iOS app size averages at 23 MB, 16-percent increase since March

iOS app size averages at 23 MB, 16-percent increase since March

A lot of potential iOS device buyers usually seem to settle for the lower-capacity options if they don't plan to stuff it with movies and music, and they believe apps are so small in size that even if they had a bunch installed, they assume they wouldn't take up much space anyway. However, that no longer seems to be the case, since the average size of iOS apps is on the rise.

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Apple goes Bounce with new iPod ad

Apple goes Bounce with new iPod ad

Apple has launched its new ad campaign for the latest iPod line, kicking off with a catchy thirty second commercial called "Bounce" showing the 5th-gen iPod touch and the 7th-gen iPod nano. The clip shows the two new iPods - and their unchanged shuffle sibling - being suitably enthusiastic about music, keeping to Apple's now-traditional theme of a more playful and less educational attitude to commercials for the media player range.

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iPod Touch 5th generation gets full teardown

iPod Touch 5th generation gets full teardown

It didn't seem like quite an official release day for the new iPod Touch, but yesterday was the day users started to receive their units in the mail. We even got our hands on one as well, but iFixit ended up gutting the device to see what was on the inside. They didn't find too many surprises, but they noted that the device's repairability was unsurprisingly lacking.

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