Topic / iPod Touch (Device)

Sword & Sworcery hits Google Play, remains awesome

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The delicate, immersive and delightful ‘Superbrothers Sword & Sworcery’ is now available on Google Play, a year after it’s original release on iPad in 2011. While my description might sound hyperbolic, this game truly is the best Android game of 2012, and my personal favourite game of the year, closely tied with Sound Shapes for the PlayStation Vita and Journey. Hey, it’s okay in a three-way. The game is point-and-click, […]

Apple announces iOS 6: Siri for iPad, Facebook integration, Facetime over cellular connection and more

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At their annual WWDC keynote, Apple have today announced the next version of the OS powering the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, iOS. iOS 6 seems to be a minor update compared to previous changes, but there are still some interesting tidbits. Just nothing big, which is a little disappointing. The new update kills support for iPod touch 3rd gen, iPad (original), and pre-3GS iPhone’s, which is a little odd […]

Pebble E-Paper watch for iPhone and Android breaks Kickstarter records [fixed]

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Crowd-sourced funding is beginning to look like the next big thing, with another Kickstarter project breaking funding records .Kickstarter allows anybody to invest in an idea or product, giving as much money as they would like, with rewards being given to those who spend more money. If a project does not reach its goal, set by the creator, then no money is sent. Pebble, the latest Kickstarter success story, is […]

Google+ application for iOS gets video hangouts and new-look photo UI

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Google has just pushed out an update for the Google+ iOS application which brings 3G and Wi-Fi video calling to the iPhone application, beating FaceTime to 3G video calling and also allows iDevices to video call not only other iDevices, but also Android and users on the website. Also included is a new Photos user interface, which makes it easier to share your phones photos. So grab your iPhone 4 […]

Sony Walkman Z: an iPod touch competitor and a worthy Walkman?

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The iPod touch may finally have a competitor in the multimedia space, with Sony today announcing the Walkman Z at their CES 2012 keynote. The Sony Walkman Z has a 4.3 inch touch screen with a 800 x 480 resolution, but sadly runs Android 2.3, meaning it’s already out of date before it’s even made available. It’s expected to arrive in mid-2012, in the US, but an Australian date and price […]

Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombies comes to iPhone, iPod touch and iPad

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It looks like Activision is continuing to milk the Call Of Duty franchise with a new iOS game available today. Call Of Duty: Black Ops Zombies is available to download on iPhone, iPod touch and iPad and features the Zombie mode from Call Of Duty: Black Ops as well as some added bonuses like 50 levels of Dead-Ops Arcade. As before the game can be played online and offline and there […]

Apple announces iCloud is coming October 13. Get your umbrella ready

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Apple has just announced that their iCloud service will be going live for all iOS 5 users on October 13 (October 12 US time). Not much has changed since it’s original announcement. However it has been officially revealed that iCloud will come with 5GB of free storage. As seen at WWDC, iCloud will sync Mail, Calendars, Contacts, Documents and Photos to OS X and iOS. It will also be included […]

Apple App Store prices get a little cheaper for Australians

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Image: Glen Bledsoe/Flickr (Creative Commons) As we all know, Australians usually pay more for everything. Gadget’s, Games and up until now, Apps. But one of those is about to change. Apple is introducing a new pricing scheme for the Australian App Store so that it matches our strong Aussie Dollar. Apps will now come as $0.99, $1.99, $2.99, $4.49, $5.49, $6.49, $7.49, $8.49, $9.49, $10.49 and so on. Here is […]

JailbreakMe 3.0 released, works PC-free with iOS 4.3.3

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iPhone’s, iPod touches and iPad’s are great. But Apple sure does love to keep it’s ecosystem closed. That’s why Jailbreaking was discovered. The practice, frowned upon by Apple, allows any user to do whatever they want. But Apple usually locks it down in updates. And that’s where JailbreakMe.com comes in. Created by @Comex and his team, JailbreakMe uses a exploit in the PDF Reader in the iOS Safari browser, meaning everyone […]

iOS 5: New notifications, Twitter integration, Newsstand, New Safari Features

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Source: thisismynext.com Also announced at WWDC 2011’s opening keynote is iOS 5, which brings some big changes to Apple’s widely popular mobile OS. Some of these features include a brand new notifications system, which is almost the same as MobileNotifier for Jailbroken devices. Source: Apple Source: Apple The new system includes Notification Center, an application dedicated to all of your Notifications. Notification pop-ups have also been replaced by a screen […]

Apple holding conference for iCloud, iOS 5 and Mac OS X Lion on June 7 (AEST)

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Apple has just confirmed via a worldwide press release that iCloud and iOS 5 will be announced on June 7 AEST at Apple’s annual WWDC 2011. The keynote, which will also be showing off Mac OS X Lion, will commence at 3am Australian EST on June 7 (10am on June 6 US Pacific Time) and show off some of Apple’s “next generation software”. Also note that this isn’t a hardware […]

iOS 4.3.1 – What’s New

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That’s right iOS lovers: Apple has released yet another update to iOS – in this case 4.3.1. The incremental update is a bug fixing update. It currently supports iPad 1, 2, iPhone 4 (GSM), iPhone 3GS and 4th-3rd Gen iPod Touch. Release notes include: This update contains improvements and other bug fixes including: – Fixes an occasional graphics glitch on iPod touch (4th generation) – Resolves bugs related to activating […]

iOS 4.3 breaks schedule, available now

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That’s right. iOS 4.3 has broken schedule and released itself today. Plug in your supported iOS device and grab it now! The new OS is compatible with the iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPod touch 3, iPod touch 4 and the iPad. Here’s what it contains: Personal Hotspot* Share iPhone 4 cellular data connection with up to 5 devices (combination of up to 3 Wi-Fi, 3 Bluetooth, and 1 USB) iTunes […]

Censorship coming to Australian App Stores

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Remember last year when we reported that the OFLC was looking into forcing games on App Store’s to get classifications? Well today Ben Grubb from The Sydney Morning Herald interviewed Home Affairs Minister Brendan O’Connor about the matter. The interview has revealed that, while the government’s plan is not as bad as we originally thought, it still sounds a bit worrying. Mobile applications will instead be “treated similarly to other online […]

iOS 4.3 officially revealed

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Sure, it’s been in beta for quite some time, but Apple has officially announced a release date and the final features for iOS 4.3. The new update will bring plenty of new features, including faster Safari performance, with the Nitro JavaScript engine, AirPlay to iOS devices from iTunes Home Sharing, an option to change the iPad side-switch to either Lock Rotation or Mute and iPhone 4 Personal Hotspot (WiFi). The […]