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Complete the Installation of OS X Lion with the Use of Linux

With the newest version of Linux being released, creating OS X apps has never been easier and with the new Linux programming tools, downloading OS X Lion is a worthwhile download as a powerful developmental tool. The download only takes minutes and will provide a much more user friendly interface. Some of the key features included with Linux programming […]

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How to Develop an iPad Game

The iPad is currently a major hit with gamers, the top 20 applications downloaded over 60% are games. Becoming an iPad game developer could be a start to a successful career, however you need to ensure you have the following to succeed. Buy a Mac: Apple’s development technology only runs on their Laptops/Desktop computers, so […]

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Creating Your Own iPhone Applications & the Apple App Market

How many people now own a Apple iPhone? How many people download applications for the iPhone every single day? There are currently (at time of writing) over 90,000 applications available for download in the App Store via your iPhone!

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iPhone OS 4.0 beta 4 hints at AT&T data tethering

The release of Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) new iPhone OS 4.0 beta 4 indicates the next version of the smartphone will likely offer U.S. consumers data tethering, a feature long desired by AT&T (NYSE:T) subscribers. iPhone tethering–enabling consumers to…

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Adobe continues fighting a war it can’t win

Sometimes people don’t know when to give up the fight. On Friday night, former world boxing champion Hector “Macho” Camacho Sr.–now almost 48 years old and two decades past his sporting prime–lost to unheralded journeyman Saul “Baby” Duran in a 10-r…

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Android sales pass iPhone–but for how long?

With dozens of smartphones spanning multiple manufacturers and all four major U.S. operator networks, it was inevitable that Android sales would surpass the iPhone sooner or later, and that time is now. Android represented 28 percent of first quarter s…

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Adobe shrugs off Apple impasse’s effect on CS5

Adobe Systems CFO Mark Garrett said he doesn’t anticipate the fallout from the firm’s public scuffle with Apple over the Flash multimedia platform will deter potential customers from embracing its Creative Suite 5 products. In early April, Apple quietl…

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Apple issues iPhone OS 4.0 beta 3

Apple released its iPhone OS 4.0 beta 3 update, available for download here to registered developers. In addition to several bug fixes, the upgrade includes new features like file sharing between the desktop and iPhone via iTunes, iPod media player wid…

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One million iPad sales later, Apple has the last laugh

Four weeks after the U.S. retail release of Apple’s iPad, it’s clear the company has another hit on its hands. On Monday Apple announced sales of the tablet have already surpassed the 1 million benchmark–by comparison, the company needed 74 days to s…

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