Archive | June 12th, 2010

Police arrest duo for trying to trade an iPod Touch and Marijuana in exchange for an iPad, via Craigslist!

12. June 2010

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We know that there are more addicting things out there than Marijuana, we just had no idea that the iPad was on the list. Now we’re not saying that weed affects your mental state, but how else can you explain this unbelievably absurd Onion-esque news story from Gilbert, Arizona.

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More details about iMovie for the iPhone

12. June 2010

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One of the biggest applauses during Apple’s WWDC event last week was when Steve Jobs announced an iMovie app for the iPhone. While Apple’s chief video architect¬†Randy Ubillos explained the basic ins and outs of the app, TidBits was able to talk to some folks at Apple and glean a few¬†more details about what we […]

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Hands-on photos of Apple’s new iPhone case, “Bumpers”

12. June 2010

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Looking to get in on the iPhone accessory market, Steve Jobs announced at last week’s WWDC Keynote a new iPhone protective case from Apple called Bumpers. As opposed to many other cases, Steve Jobs noted that “the back is open so you have the camera and can see our logo.” Gotz to see the logo!

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Roger Ebert pulls a 180 on Twitter

12. June 2010

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The alway eloquent Roger Ebert has pulled a complete 180 on Twitter. No longer a critic, he’s now a fan. And an addicted one, at that. I vowed I would never become a Twit. Now I have Tweeted nearly 10,000 Tweets. I said Twitter represented the end of civilization. It now represents a part of […]

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Apple releases developer video touting advantages of the iOS platform, throws in a few sly jabs at Android

12. June 2010

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Check out this Apple produced video profiling a number of big name iPhone developers talking about how great the iPhone platform is and how the iPhone SDK makes their job a whole lot easier. It’s pretty entertaining, and there are a few not so veiled jabs at Android if you’re into that sorta thing.

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Apple updates iPhone developer agreement, interpreted code now permissible

12. June 2010

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Flying somewhat under the radar, Apple recently revised section 3.32 of the iPhone Developer agreement to allow developers to use interpreted languages such as Lua in their apps, with written permission from the mothership of course.

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