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Despite appearances to the contrary, the new Newsstand app in iOS 5 can in fact be stored away in a folder with some easy trickery, and without the need to jailbreak.Very useful if you don’t use it and don’t want it cluttering up your home screen. Read more »


Despite the fact that the next iPhone hasn’t yet been officially announced, that hasn’t stopped one retailer from beginning to accept preorders for the mystery device. German telecommunications company Deutsche Telekom confirmed that customers will be able to reserve Apple’s next iPhone as of Monday. Read more »


A new version of popular Twitter client Tweetie is finally here, launching today alongside Apple’s new Mac App Store. The updated application comes with a new, more official, name: Twitter for Mac. So, are the various changes to this highly popular application worth getting excited about? Read more »


Apple’s App Store now offers a selection of over 250,000 apps — a record reached in just a little over two years since the App Store first opened its digital doors. Further insight revealed that the average price of a paid application is now $2.67. Read more »


Ever since Apple announced the date for their upcoming media event a few short days ago, rumors have been circulating regarding what the event could have in store. One rumor seems to have gained a little traction: a redesigned, square iPod. Apple holds a music-based media […] Read more »


Social discovery engine StumbleUpon has released a new iPhone application, bringing the product’s web functionality to mobile devices.For those of you unaware, StumbleUpon, which was established in 2001, is a service which allows its users to browse the web in a casual and possibly addictive way. Read more »


The iPhone 4 will finally be available in white — with shipments of the white model on track for late July. Jobs noted that once on sale, the white model would only be available in limited quantities, with production slowly ramping up as time goes on. Read more »


Today Apple revealed an updated and more powerful version of its compact desktop computer, the Mac mini. It’s 20 percent smaller, 25 percent more power efficient and a heck of a lot easier to upgrade. Read more »


It’s been a long time coming, but you can now finally make calls using Skype over 3G. Version 2.0 of Skype’s free iPhone app can be downloaded from the iTunes store now. However, despite making 3G VOIP calls a reality, it’s not all good news Read more »


Online casual game developer PopCap are currently offering a selection of its greatest games for a discount price. The PopCap “Complete Pack” is available now, and offers Mac gamers (Intel based only) a selection of PopCap classics at a discounted price of just $49.99. Read more »


Apple has rejected an application which promised to bring wireless synchronization to the iPhone. Following the applications submission to Apple, sadly but by no means surprisingly, the application was rejected. Greg detailed that an Apple representative explained the reasoning behind the applications rejection over the phone. Read more »


Ever since the App Store opened its doors, Apple fans have been calling out for something similar for the desktop. However, if a recent email from Steve Jobs himself is anything to go by, OS X users won’t be seeing anything of the sort anytime soon. Read more »

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