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Ninjatown: Trees of Doom!: iPhone App Review

Price: $0.99    Score: 7/10    Genre: Game Shawnimals and Venan Entertainment joined forces to create Ninjatown: Trees of Doom for the iPhone, a stealthy Doodle Jump descendant with cute graphics and addictive gameplay. The concept of the game is…

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Borders to Sell Third Party e-Book Readers

Last month Borders announced the release of the $149 Kobo e-reader that will go head-to-head with the Amazon Kindle and the Barnes & Noble Nook. Cementing their strategy of remaining device neutral, Borders have today introduced a new…

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Splinter Cell Conviction iPhone Game Review

Price: $9.99    Score: 8/10    Genre: Action Game The 5th game in the Splinter Cell series, Splinter Cell: Conviction is the first of Tom Clancy’s titles to make to it on to the iPhone. Originally released by Ubisoft for…

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AT&T Drops Unlimited Data Plan for iPad, Adds iPhone Tethering

Starting June 7th AT&T has decided to stop offering unlimited data plans so that they can, according to them: “make it more affordable for more people to enjoy the benefits of the mobile Internet.” The new plans consist…

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Talking Carl: iPhone App Review

After playing with Talking Carl for a while now I can honestly say that there are only two times in your life that you will ever be glad you have this application on your iPhone: You need to…

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Crash Bandicoot Nitro Kart 2: iPhone App Review

At $9.99 Crash Bandicoot Nitro Kart 2 is a pretty pricey iPhone application. Developed by Activision, the game is the follow-up title to Crash Bandicoot Nitro Kart 3D and again features Crash as well as nine other characters…

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Smokescreen Enables Flash on iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch

An open source project called Smokescreen may be the answer to running Flash on devices by Apple. Simon Willison explains how it works. “[Smokescreen] runs entirely in the browser, reads in SWF binaries, unzips them (in native JS),…

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LG Reveals Windows 7 Tablet

LG revealed a new Windows 7-powered tablet this morning at Computex. According to Engadget who managed to get their hands on the device for a bit, the tablet being shown off on the show floor was sporting a…

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Video Reveals More of the Next iPhone

iPhone Portugal seems to have gotten their hands on the still unannounced iPhone 4, adding a couple solid chunks of video coverage to their site. The close ups lack any sort of Apple logo, but the quality of…

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ASUS Announces New Tablet Lineup

ASUS has jumped headstrong into the emerging tablet market with three new devices, officially unveiled ahead of the Computex Show in Taiwan. In a direct assault on the Apple iPad, ASUS have announced two versions (10 and 12…

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