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Review: Wannabat – A Fun New Baseball Game for iOS

Posted on 29/08/2012 by Guest Author

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If you enjoy Baseball – that uniquely American sport that brings memories of hotdogs, stadiums, and bags of peanuts, Wannabat is one iOS game that has your bases covered. This new baseball app places you right in the middle of neighborhood-style baseball, taking you away from the stadium in favor of an urban environment.

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Review: Measure Your Land – Measure Distances and Areas via Satellite Map

Posted on 29/08/2012 by Ian Fuchs

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Every day, we hear people ask how far away somewhere is, and frequently, our answer is an estimation. For some, it’s drive time, and for others, it’s miles (or kilometers) driven. Now, developer Ribaba has given iOS users the ability to find a more accurate distance between points on a map.

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DIY: How to Build Your Own Macro Lens for the iPhone

Posted on 29/08/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler

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If you do much photography using your iPhone, you’ve likely encountered shooting situations where a macro lens would come in handy. Here’s how you can build one yourself!

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Apple Retail’s Emphasis on Revenue Continues – Where Will It Lead?

Posted on 28/08/2012 by Chris Hauk

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We saw reports earlier this month about several changes at Apple retail stores that saw employees being laid off, recent promotions being retracted, and other employees having their hours drastically reduced. Several days later, Apple released a statement admitting that they’d “messed up.”

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Apple Employees Offered 50GB Of Free iCloud Storage

Posted on 28/08/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler

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Normally, iCloud users get 5GB of free storage. However from now on, Apple employees will get a whopping 50 free gigabytes on Apple’s cloud platform, which would cost $100 a year to the consumer.

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FAA to Study Allowing iPad Use by Passengers During an Entire Flight

Posted on 28/08/2012 by Chris Hauk

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The Federal Aviation Administration said on Monday that it is starting a process to study the use of iPads and other electronic devices during an entire commercial flight. The timeline supplied for the study shows that it will be at least March 2013 before they make a recommendation.

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