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While the technology has changed, romantics haven’t – and that’s why we couldn’t resist Balloons! (99 cents), a new iPhone app that provides the digital equivalent. ‘Balloons!’ app for Apple’s iPhone

It’s been a successful year for Imangi Studios, the two-person iPhone application-development shop run from the Dupont Circle apartment of Keith Shepherd and his wife, Natalia Luckyanova. Meet the developers who have an app for that

Two titans of the tech world, Google and Apple, may soon be engaged in hand-to-hand combat. Or, more precisely, handset-to-handset combat. With a New Phone, Google May Challenge Apple

Many people I know are frightfully attached to their iPhones. They treat them as if they were a peculiar and exotic lover, one they can hardly believe they have managed to seduce. iPhone users are delusional, consultants say

In this week’s mildly paranoid iPhone app roundup: Prices, slashed for the holidays! iPhones, recklessly tilted! Amazing classic games, handily ported! A decent camera app, sold for nothing! Cheap tickets, booked! Dictations, taken! Movies trivia, two ways! And much, much more… The Week’s Best iPhone Apps

Although mobile apps have been around for years before the iPhone on various smartphone platforms and PDAs, most notably the Palm software explosion of the mid to late 90s, it’s the iPhone and its App Store that have captured the imagination of developers and the public in the “noughties”. RIM -finally- launches App World for ANZoids

Shutterfly, Inc., the leading Internet-based social expression and personal publishing service, today announced Wink™, a new service that combines real-time sharing with photo printing for the social networking generation. Shutterfly Launches Wink To Give the Social Network Generation a Reason for Printing

The 2011 Chevy Volt is one of the most highly anticipated vehicles to date.  The public is very interested to see how the American-made electric plug-in vehicle can compete in an already tight market. Chevy Volt to Get iPhone, Blackberry Apps

Mobile market watcher, Strand Consult, has been pondering the question: given the iPhone’s many and obvious flaws, why do owners defend it so fiercely? Strand’s solution – because they’re all suffering from the famous Stockholm Syndrome. Strand says iPhone owners are deluded

Apple has answered Nokia lawsuit over the claimed infringement of 10 key patents related to the iPhone with a countersuit that argues that Nokia infriged Apple’s own technology. Apple Fights Back Nokia With Countersuit





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