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Adobe Flash looks great on websites and provides hours of entertainment in the form of online games. It is also is unsearchable on Google and unusable on your iPhone. This can be frustrating when you don’t want to download apps, but want to play “free” games online. It can also be annoying when you are building a website that would best display in Flash. But as all...

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There’s no denying the popularity of the iPhone. Thanks to its distinctive design it tends to stand out and be recognised more than its competitors. The following overviews of the two latest generation models aims to reveal whether that attention is warranted. iPhone 3G ·         At a recommended retail price of $849, this is a mid-range priced smartphone with an accompanying mid-range internal processor of 412MHz CPU...

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As the technology landscape changes, Apple is attempting to be in the forefront of online media.  In an earlier blog post it was shown that Apple is looking to capture the data from iPhone searches. This may be the first step in the demise of multiple corporations. Siri creates personal assistant and search apps for mobile devices, a powerful tool in the ever increasing market space. ...

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In the normal fashion, for CEO Steve Jobs, Apple unveiled the new iPhone operation system update at an event at their headquarters in Cupertino, California. The major feature of this update is the ability to multitask, this means that users will now be able to run multiple programs at the same time. This is a massive update for the market leader, but it’s not all...

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It has been reported that Apple may develop its very own search engine. Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster said there is a 70 percent chance Apple will roll out a mobile search engine tailored for its iPhone within the next five years. As the search provider for the iPhone, Google sees what iPhone users are searching for, which can help it tailor software and services for...

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Finally the wait is over, Apple has unveiled the new iPhone 3GS, the successor of the iPhone 3G which was divulged one year ago. The iPhone 3GS will be available in Australia on the 7th of June 2009 and will sport a number of upgrades from its predecessors including a double capacity of 32 GB, a digital compass, the ability to record videos...

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According to some reports, Apple is offering Twitter USD $700m for the takeover deal. Sources revealed Apple is in advanced negotiations with Twitter and hope to close the deal by early June. Apple is waving USD $700m in cash in order to compete against Google and Microsoft who are also interested in this micro-blogging website. Late last year, Twitter has turned down Facebook’s US $500m deal,...

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Despite releasing an alternative phone platform to combat the iPhone, Google has not decided to cut ties with the iPhone, and has recently released an update to Google searches for the iPhone. According to Google's Official Mobile Blog: Results are formatted to be neatly displayed on the mobile screen, so there's no need to scroll side to side. Local search results now include easier-to-press "Get Directions" and...

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Apple has come out with a couple of clever retorts in response to the now abandoned Bill Gates / Jerry Seinfeld series of ads run by Microsoft, previously posted about here and here. The first one takes a hit at Microsoft for throwing money at advertising instead of fixing Vista's problems; The second pokes fun at Microsoft not mentioning any of their product names in the adverts...

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