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Pulse News Reader for iPad praised by Jobs then yanked from App Store

Pulse News Reader for iPad praised by Jobs then yanked from App Store

It's every young developers' dream: you create an app for the iPad, get glowing feedback in the press, and then Steve Jobs mentions your software while standing on stage during the WWDC 2010 keynote.  Unfortunately for the developers of the Pulse News Reader app which Jobs did indeed namecheck yesterday, the aftermath wasn't chart-topping sales but a takedown notice from the NY Times and their software being yanked unceremoniously from the App Store.

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Apple iAds: Enabled Beginning July 1 2010

Apple iAds: Enabled Beginning July 1 2010

When iPhone OS 4 (or should we say iOS4) was shown off a few months back, we had a pretty good demonstration of how Apple's new, revolutionary mobile advertisement platform was going to work. But, it wouldn't be an Apple keynote if we didn't get to see it in action again. Of course, there's a few more pieces of information in there that are worthy of mention, but we all know Steve Jobs just wanted to show it off again.

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Apple iMovie is Coming to iPhone 4

Apple iMovie is Coming to iPhone 4

The hits just keep on coming from Apple, as Steve Jobs continues to command the stage at WWDC 2010. While the iPhone 4 was probably the biggest (even if most expected) piece of news announced today, another heavy hitter just hit the stage. The iPHone 4's camera can take HD video up to 720p, at 30fps, but what good is that if you can't edit those movies from your phone, right? That's where iMovie for iPhone comes in, ladies and gentlemen.

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Apple iPhone 4 Officially Announced

Apple iPhone 4 Officially Announced

Well, that didn't take long at all. Steve Jobs has come out on stage at this year's WWDC to blow the socks off everybody out there, and while he believes that the iPhone 4 is, “Beyond a doubt the most precise thing, the most beautiful thing we’ve ever made," we'll have to wait and see it in our hands (hopefully today) before we can make a final judgment. But, it's announced!

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Apple iPad: Over 2 Million Units Sold

Apple iPad: Over 2 Million Units Sold

When Steve Jobs announced the iPad, there was no doubt in his mind that the tablet device from Cupertino would revolutionize the way we use tablets. And, sure enough, we can probably safely say that that's exactly what's happened. On Monday, during WWDC 2010, Jobs went over the standard information about the iPad, and how well it's doing all over the world.

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Steve Jobs keynote about to begin!

Steve Jobs keynote about to begin!

You can't have missed the signs: WWDC 2010 is about to kick off, and SlashGear is over at http://live.slashgear.com/ running our customary liveblog of the whole Steve Jobs keynote.  On the cards today is the new, fourth-generation iPhone - tentatively dubbed the iPhone HD - but there's also talk of desktop trackpads, Safari 5 and more.

We'll obviously have full coverage on the SlashGear frontpage, but join us at http://live.slashgear.com/ to follow along with all the news as it happens!

WWDC 2010 Liveblog on Monday June 7th: iPhone HD & more!

WWDC 2010 Liveblog on Monday June 7th: iPhone HD & more!

Tomorrow marks the kick off of WWDC 2010, Apple's annual developer event, and despite all the leaks, rumors, intrigue and speculation, Steve Jobs is still promising that we "won't be disappointed."  Top of the list of expected announcements is the fourth-generation iPhone, tentatively expected to be the iPhone HD, and SlashGear will be at the Jobs keynote tomorrow morning, Monday June 7th, to liveblog the whole event at http://live.slashgear.com/.

After the cut... iPhone HD, Safari 5 with lashings of HTML5, iPhone OS 4.0 and more!

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