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How to Delete all Photos from an iPhone All at Once

Posted on 20/12/2012 by Chris Hauk

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The iPhone, especially the iPhone 5, makes a good replacement for a point-and-shoot camera, we all know that. But photos can take up a lot of space. What do you do if you want to delete all the photos on your iPhone?


Review: ClipClock – A New Take On Video Sharing For IOS

Posted on 20/12/2012 by John Manners


Sharing apps have come a long way on iOS. As for most of these social apps, you can share photos, with a few offering video sharing features. Of course, you can always share videos through Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, etc., but if you’re looking for something more in-depth or for some specific category of videos, Future Services LLC has just what you’re looking for. With ClipClock you can view videos shared by friends through Facebook or view videos by interests shared by any other user.


Flickr for iPhone Updated With Better Sharing, Improved Notifications, and More

Posted on 20/12/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler

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Today, following Instagram’s recent controversy over their new privacy policy, Flickr has released yet another update to their iPhone app, adding improved sharing, better notifications., and more – and their timing couldn’t be better to appeal to users who are planning to dump Instagram!


Time Magazine Profile: Apple CEO Tim Cook

Posted on 19/12/2012 by Chris Hauk

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As a followup to yesterday’s announcement that Tim Cook had made the short list for TIME Magazine’s Person of the Year feature, the mag has published a lengthy profile of the Apple CEO.


Foxconn Reportedly Testing Designs for 46-55 Inch Apple Television Sets

Posted on 19/12/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler

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Apple’s highly-anticipated HDTV may have gotten one step closer to reality. According to Focus Taiwan, Apple manufacturing partner Hon Hai (Foxconn) is already testing a number of television prototypes for Apple in sizes ranging from 46-55 inches.


Twitter Officially Rolling Out Ability to Download Tweet Archive to All Users

Posted on 19/12/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler


Earlier this week, we reported that Twitter was testing out a new feature, allowing users to download an archive of everything they have posted to the site. Today, Twitter announced on their blog that they are making it official, and will begin rolling the feature out to all users.


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