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Film One Fest -- free iPad app gives you access to collection of one-minute films

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Film One Fest (free), a new iPad app released yesterday, gives you access to a collection of one-minute films from filmmakers around the world. In addition,  includes supporting stories, artists' statements, and interviews. The films are from an annual outdoor film festival of the same name that shows approximately 60 one-minute films chosen by a panel of judges.



im360 Lite -- another free, you-gotta-try-this app lets you view 360-degree videos

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I had no idea there was such a thing as 360-degree videos. Sure, I've seen 360-degree pictures: you move your device or swipe the screen to view a scene in every direction. That alone is pretty cool. But im360 Lite is more than that. These are 360-degree videos. I'm watching one right now — a helicopter view of Las Vegas. As the helicopter flies above the city, I can move my iPad in different directions and see forward, backward, up above, down below. Or if you prefer, you can swipe the screen in whatever direction you would like to view.



The only iOS to iOS movie remote control on the app store goes live!

The only iOS to iOS movie remote control on the app store goes live!

The iOS to iOS movie remote control solution for your kids... and Parents! Imagine the scene.

You've set a movie playing on your iPad/iPhone or iPod Touch for your kid, they're out of reach in the back of the car or across the room... Now they want a different movie... Then they ask to see that 'bit' again... Now they want the volume higher... Sound familiar!


iSoundGrid Cartoons, Halloween, Northpole and Kids for iPad Updated - Release Info

iSoundGrid Cartoons, Halloween, Northpole and Kids for iPad Updated - Release Info

Mobz technologies today announces the update of all four of their iSoundGrid for iPad editions. The Cartoons, Halloween, Northpole and Kids edition have been updated with a completely new and faster sound engine. Also the piano keyboard functionality, which has been introduced in the Kids edition, has been added to the other editions. So now every sound effect can be used to play a tune on the piano keyboard.

 

 

 


Griffin and Dijit turn iPad or iPhone into a universal remote!

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Covered this at CES earlier this year, and now finally the Beacon is available for purchase ($79.99). It's essentially a Bluetooth-IR hotspot for all your entertainment remote control requirements (DVD, TV, STB, etc.). You can read on for the full press release, or go to the vendor website here.



Got a question? Ask Rocco Zamboni! He's a friggin' genius!

Got a question?  Ask Rocco Zamboni!  He's a friggin' genius!

 

 

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Trip to Hong Kong: Survey of iPhone scene in the East

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I recently took a vacation in Hong Kong with my family and I was pretty excited to check out the iPhone scene over there. There were several Chinese-language magazines that covered only iPhone and iPad related stuff, but what caught my eye was this magazine called ‘iPhone’. I bought the magazine and snapped a photo of the cover here.

If you were wondering, like me, how the lady sitting on the sports car could be related to the iPhone scene, I can tell you: “Plenty!”.



iPhone App Review: Sticker Worlds: An Adorable Game Likely To Stick Around

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Sticker Worlds, a new iOS application from developer Snepo Research, is designed to gently amuse little ones and occupy small hands. 

Five imaginative worlds provide the backdrop for children to build creative landscapes using brightly colored two-dimensional digital “stickers.”  Hundreds of items and characters let creativity spread its wings. 

 

 



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