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Angry Birds Rap & Music Video

Posted on 15/04/2011 by Cormac Moylan

The Bundies bust some out some rhymes and wax lyrical about some Angry Birds. Check out their puppet video inside this post and tap your feathers to the beat. Fly girl!

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Trumpet iPhone Speaker – Why Not?

Posted on 15/04/2011 by Cormac Moylan

I know what you’re thinking right now! You’re thinking; “What on Earth am I going to do with all those rusty old trumpets under my bed?”

Okay, so maybe you’re not thinking that. But if you do have a trumpet to spare, you might consider using it as an iPhone speaker?

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Perian For QuickTime Gets An Update

Posted on 15/04/2011 by Cormac Moylan

Perian, the swiss-army knife for Quicktime, received an update yesterday. If you have never heard of Perian, then download it NOW! Perian is an open-source (and free) plugin that lets you playback AVI, DIVX, FLV, MPEG, and many other movie file types in QuickTime.

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Review: Receivd – File Sharing On Your Mac Made Simple

Posted on 15/04/2011 by Cormac Moylan

We take a look at Receivd – a file sharing app for Mac. Receivd uses a simple drag & drop interface that easily allows you to share files with your contacts. Read on to find out how it fared.

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A Review Of Tweetbot – Another Twitter iPhone App

Posted on 14/04/2011 by Cormac Moylan

Tweetbot Review

Twitter iPhone apps are a dime a dozen. On my iPhone alone I have 6 Twitter clients. The market is stacked! So what were Tweetbot thinking when they decided to develop a Twitter iPhone app? Read our review and determine for yourself if Tweetbot is a worthy Twitter for iPhone app.

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Review: Shanghai Mahjong For Mac

Posted on 14/04/2011 by J. Glenn Künzler

Mahjong – It’s an ageless game rich in Eastern tradition and lore, and if you’re the type than can appreciate the complexity of this traditional tile-based game, you’ll enjoy MobileAge’s modern update – introducing Shanghai Mahjong

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Mysterious new iOS device name shows up in App Store

Posted on 14/04/2011 by James Britton

Apple has quickly pulled a mysterious device name that was, until this morning, showing up in the iTunes App Store. What elusive iOS-supported device is code-named ix.Mac.MarketingName?

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Eye-Fi SD Cards Now Sync Wirelessly With iOS Devices

Posted on 14/04/2011 by J. Glenn Künzler

So far, Apple has not put an SD slot in their iDevices, thought the Camera Kit can solve this issue for most. Another solution has recently cropped up, as Eye-Fi, makers of wirelessly-syncing SD cards, have enabled their devices to sync with iOS.

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Apple Grow To Take 9.3% Of US PC Market

Posted on 14/04/2011 by Cormac Moylan

Apple is clearly dominating the tablet market but what about the PC market? Apple has historically being a bit player in the massive personal computer market with cheaper options from the likes of Dell, Acer, and HP dominating the market. But a new report from Gartner is showing a shift that saw a massive 18.9% growth by Apple in the PC market.

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Learn to Draw – iPad App Review

Posted on 14/04/2011 by Frank Prendergast

Learn to Draw on the iPad

Learn to Draw Digital Sketchbook by Walter Foster will help build your confidence in your drawing ability by taking you step by step through the drawing process with guideline drawings to follow. At the time of writing the app itself is free (it normally costs $2.99) and comes with several free tutorials, which you can then add to via in app purchasing.

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