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Nito installer is used to install packages such as XBMC to a Jailbroken Apple TV, and is already available for a Mac, iPhone, iPod, and iPad, but has just been compiled into a GUI for Windows. Brandon Holllan recently ported Kevin Bradley’s nito Installer to Windows. The Installer is identical to the Mac version, with options for installing, upgrading, or removing both the NitoTV and XBMC software, as well as instant access to popular XBMC repositories and packages. The procedure is…

BlueStacks App Player is a piece of software that allows Windows users to run Android Apps on their PC. Now, an Apple friendly version has been announced to allow users to use Android Apps on Mac OSX. In BlueStack’s previous alpha of the software, Windows users were given access to Android apps, but graphics-intensive apps, like many of the popular games on the platform, had severe issues. The newer Beta for Windows, released earlier in March, gave…

Following recent news that T-Mobile has struck a deal with Apple (finally) to officially provide the iPhone on the T-Mobile network, it is reported that the iPhone 5 will be the cheapest anywhere. T-Mobile, the smallest of the ‘big four’ carriers in the US, already offers the cheapest plan for iPhones through their ‘Bring Your Own iPhone’ campaign which offers customers who have an unlocked iPhone the following: – Unlimited data: T-Mobile offers worry-free, unlimited nationwide data.…

Apple is reportedly in talks with Sharp to use the company’s IGZO (Indium gallium zinc oxide) technology in its next-generation of iPhones and iPads. The technology allows for for thinner, higher resolution displays that require substantially less power. DigiTimes has the report: “Apple is reportedly further evaluating how much IGZO panel supply will be available in 2013 if it were to use the technology in its next generation iPad, iPad mini and iPhone products, according to…

Apple is, undoubtedly, the most innovative company in the 21st Century, and with rumours flying around the web about upcoming Apple products such as the iDesk, iTV, iWatch – here is a list of the top Apple concepts we can hope for in 2013. iDesk What would happen if Apple re-invented the desk? Well, a little something like this. The iDesk is essentially Microsoft’s Surface technology (the original Surface, not the tablet) mixed in with some…

It’s not an unknown fact that Apple’s iOS App approval process isn’t, well, the best, and sometimes stuff tends to ‘slip through’. FlashArmyKnife is a brilliant example of this which enables tethering a cellular connection on a non-jailbroken device. You’ll want to grab this one quickly though, as Apple will most likely pull this pretty quickly. The innocently titled FlashArmyKnife combines seven little utilities into one iPhone app: flashlight with adjustable brightness, built-in web browser with bookmarks,…

Microsoft has just released it’s popular game Wordament, which originally featured on Windows Phone, for iOS together with full Xbox Live integration featuring friend lists and achievements on your iPad and iPhone. Wordament is a highly addictive word game. Players get two minutes to find the most words in a 4×4 grid of letters, competing in real-time against other players. Each board is unique and bonuses are given for longer words with the winner being…

Since Google’s acquisition of Motorola for $12.5billion, it would appear that not too much has happened. But pull back the curtains and you’ll see Google has in fact been busy at work with Motorola to create an advanced smartphone internally referred to as the X Phone to rival the iPhone 5 and next iPhone 5s. The powerful and competitive X Phone is rumoured to be released during 2013 and signals the first actual Google and Motorola…

The popular cross-platform messaging client, WhatsApp, has gone free for a limited time only on the iOS App Store. The app ordinarily costs $0.99 and gives users a way to get around SMS fees by letting them send messages to other members of the service over the internet. With features such as group chat and picture messaging, it is a great way to bring a family of different platforms together. WhatsApp relies on it’s App purchases…

Apple will launch it’s next iPhone 5s early 2013, according to a recent report, having already begun production. It is thought that the iPhone 5s has been brought forward due to problems keeping up with the current iPhone 5 demand, so releasing the new device earlier than scheduled will help relieve the strain on current iPhone 5 stock. “Facing low yield rates in the production of iPhone 5, Apple has accelerated the certification processes for…

Firemonkey (previously Firemint) showed off the newest version of their hit racing series Real Racing 3 at the iPhone 5 event 3 months ago but the App has yet to show up in the App Store. According to a spokesperson, Real Racing 3 will debut at the end of February for the iPhone/iPod touch and iPad. Our goal for Real Racing 3 is to create an experience that resets the bar for racing games on mobile, and we…