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The photo canvas app is a very simple app which allows you to take pictures with your iPhone and send them to this company to be printed on high quality canvas and shipped to you.  With the newer iPhone 4 and 4s the camera is able to take high resolution pictures and since people have their phone with them all the time, this is how many people are taking most of their pictures.  Unfortunately that used to mean that it was difficult to move the pictures over to your computer, edit them and have them printed professionally. read more
Color Keyboard 1.1.9-2 Color Keyboard 1.1.9-2 is the updated and revised version of iDevice software for the change of color and theme of the iDevice. This is one of the most used and well re-known software for the keyboard customization. This software is released at BigBoss repo by the author Yoo Seung Kim. Color Keyboard 1.1.9-2 has [...]


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vineyard vines is a lifestyle brand founded in 1998, when brothers Shep & Ian Murray, decided to quit their corporate jobs to start selling a collection of playful neckties on the shores of Martha’s Vineyard. The first collection of ties sold out and since then they’ve expanded beyond the Vineyard and are pleased to more than just ties, including clothing and accessories men, women and kids. Download the VV app and get an up close look at the catalog—browse the catalog, vis
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PiggyWoogy TMDeveloper: Jdea Co., Ltd. Price: $0.99Download from the App StoreUser Ratings: recently launched iOS game Piggy Woogy, a match-3 puzzler with the added bonus of top-notch action, is available for a temporarily reduced price of $0.99. Piggy Woogy normally retails at $1.99, but Jdea is offering the game at a fifty percent discount in order to celebrate its quick success and to give even more gamers the opportunity to become part of the game’s enthusiastic fan base.Piggy Woogy owes its success to the game’s unique concept, which is
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a fusion of traditional match-three puzzle gaming and action. (more...)


For those who have been wondering why Apple hasn’t brought internet recovery to their 2010 Macs running Lion, here is some good news, Apple recently released three new EFI firmware updates bringing Lion Internet Recovery to the company’s Late 2010 MacBook Air, Mid-2010 iMac, and Early 2010 MacBook Pro.
Available firmware updates include:
- MacBook Air EFI Firmware Update 2.3 (2.98 MB):This update enables Lion Recovery from an Internet connection on MacBook Air (Late 2010) models and addresses an issue where the sys
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could restart if the power button is pressed immediately after waking from deep sleep.
- iMac EFI Update 1.8 (3.02 MB):This update enables Lion Recovery from an Internet connection on iMac (Mid 2010) models.
- MacBook Pro EFI Firmware Update 2.6 (3.18 MB):This update enables Lion Recovery from an Internet connection on MacBook Pro (Early 2010) models.
Originally Apple introduced Lion Internet Recovery on the new MacBook Air and Mac mini models that were introduced last July alongside OS X Lion itself. OS X Lion users might have noticed that  OS X Lion by default installs a recovery partition on the machine’s hard drive, however sometimes for unknown reasons this recovery partition becomes inaccessible, and therefore Internet Recovery provides yet another fallback option for Lion installation.

        HTC is going to launch new smartphone in marker, HTC Ruby is Android based smartphone witch comes with dual-core 1.5GHz processor and a 4.3-inch, qHD display. It’s also expected to have 1GB of RAM, Bluetooth 3.0 and a dedicated camera and video recording button for the 8 megapixel camera on the back and 2 megapixel on the front.   HTC Ruby is going to Launch in US with T-mobile,HTC Ruby at a glance looks like HTC Sensation and it will be a high-end device like the same.    Still there is not much News and Specs Reveled for thi
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s phone,anyway we can expect all other usual features like WiFi, HDMI out put, microSD card slot so and so . Yet there is no info about pricing or release date.Stay Tune with us for more Details, We will update you with more information.

Oh dear.
The guys behind social networking app Path have found themselves in a little bother this week. Controversy surrounding the app first stemmed from a blog post published by Arun Thampi, in which Thampi discovered the alarming fact that Path had been uploading the entire address books of every user who had since registered with the service, to its own servers …
… and without user’s permission.

Thampi wrote:
Upon inspecting closer, I noticed that my entire address book (including full names, emails and phone numbers) was being sent as a pl
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ist to Path. Now I don’t remember having given permission to Path to access my address book and send its contents to its servers, so I created a completely new “Path” and repeated the experiment and I got the same result – my address book was in Path’s hands.
Sure enough, Thampi was right. Upon creating an account at Path a call was previously made to:, which Thampi noted contained data such as “your first name, last name, gender and [account] password.”
If that wasn’t alarming enough, Thampi went on to explain the third call made to Path’s own servers during the account creation process, a call to: This, Thampi says, “is the actual offending call which [uploaded] my entire address book to Path.”

Unsurprisingly, the world reacted to the finding, and Path CEO, Dave Morin, was quick to the mark tonight to apologize for the firm’s actions. Calling the collection of user data without permission a “mistake,” Morin noted that it is Path’s mission to build “the world’s first personal network,” one which is considered a “trusted place”.
“We made a mistake. Over the last couple of days users brought to light an issue concerning how we handle your personal information on Path, specifically the transmission and storage of your phone contacts,” Morin said
“As our mission is to build the world’s first personal network, a trusted place for you to journal and share life with close friends and family, we take the storage and transmission of your personal information very, very seriously.“
Following what many are now calling a PR nightmare, the CEO noted tonight that Path has since deleted the entire archive of information it had collected without users’ permission, also adding that an update to the app had been issued which intends to solve this privacy issue by offering users the ability to opt out of this data collection process.
Here’s the thing. If Path collects your data and you let them do it via not opting out, and you later decide you no longer want Path to hold this information – according to 9to5Mac – you’ll have to e-mail Path to request that the information be removed from the firm’s servers – suggesting there will be no automated way to request that this happen in-app, once you’ve given Path permission to take your data.
We believe you should have control when it comes to sharing your personal information. We also believe that actions speak louder than words. So, as a clear signal of our commitment to your privacy, we’ve deleted the entire collection of user uploaded contact information from our servers. Your trust matters to us and we want you to feel completely in control of your information on Path.


In Path 2.0.6, released to the App Store today, you are prompted to opt in or out of sharing your phone’s contacts with our servers in order to find your friends and family on Path. If you accept and later decide you would like to revoke this access, please send an email to and we will promptly see to it that your contact information is removed.

Those still looking to use Path can download the new “opt-out” update – (below).
The biggest search engine Google has reportedly invented a new pair of augmented reality glasses that extract real-time information from services such as Google Maps in a Terminator-style heads-up display (HUD), as reported by 9to5Google with their claim that they have already put their hands on a prototype of the Google Goggles. The site further discloses that new [...]
I’m pleased to announce that the version 1.3 update for Whiteboard Pro: Collaborative Drawing for Mac is now available.

Here’s what we improved in this release:
- New and improved icons.
- Multi-touch gestures are now supported.
- Full-screen drawing is now supported on OS X Lion.
- Support for the 2-finger pinching gesture for zooming.
Thanks for using Whiteboard.
Let us know what you think in the comments!