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HandHeldItems.Com Screen Protectors

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 I have been looking for a good quality affordable screen protector for the iPad. I wanted to add a little screen protection and get a sheet that helps cut down on the fingerprints. I did not really want to spend $25-$30 for one screen protector, because I have always had a problem putting them on the smaller devices.  I figured putting one on the iPad would put me over the edge. I did not want to throw $25 bucks down the drain and have to throw it out because I messed it up too bad. I would not mind putting a few extra bucks in to get a high quality product, because in the end it’s usually worth it. But I was not going to take a chance on this, just in case. I went to HandHeldItems.com because I know they had some iPad accessories there.



Whistle Phone, how it sounds

This is just a quick video demonstration of the Whistle Phone app for iPad.



Stick It - a note app that works with Bump Technology

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There are getting to be so many note apps available that I’m a bit weary of looking at them. But I decided to try Stick It to see what’s unique about it. As far as I can see, the biggest difference is that, currently, Stick It is the only one that allows you to share your notes through BumpTM Technology. You can exchange  notes by  bumping your iPhone with another iPhone that has Bump installed.



Windows XP on an iPad? I declare!

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What you're seeing in the picture to the right is lots of folks' worst nightmare: Windows XP on an iPad. The real thing and fully functional. How is this possible? With a VNC client (I use VNC Viewer). The iPad is not really running Windows XP, of course; it's just running a piece of software that lets you view, control and use Macs, Linux boxes and, yes, PCs. 



Cinema for iPad — free streaming movies

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I haven't yet tried this new app, but it sounds like an interesting idea — sort of like subscribing to a movie channel via your cable service, or going to a movie at a cinema. That's because instead of being the usual Internet model of movies on demand, Cinema for iPad has a schedule and streams movies at particular times. You pay $2.99 for the app, but the movies are free. The schedule changes frequently. You tune in when there's a movie playing that you'd like to see, whether a matinee or late-night show.



Distracted by Spazzle!

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I had no intention of reviewing games today, but I got distracted by this one: Spazzle. I downloaded the free version - got so engrossed that I went back and bought the pay version. I LOVE THIS GAME!

It's whack-a-mole on steroids! The music is upbeat, the graphics are fantastic, and the game play is just plain fun!



Britannica - It is concise

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The definition of concise is: expressing or covering much in few words; brief in form but comprehensive in scope. 



Ivyskin's Smartcase goes the distance! Rugged protection plus extended battery!

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Now I've seen it all.  I've been looking for a rugged iPad case that can withstand my occasional clumsiness, and give me peace of mind when I let my kids play with my iPad.  But I also wanted something that felt good in my hand, with a rubberized grip.  Not to be a dreamer, but an extended battery would be great, so I don't have to always plug in my iPad at night.  And a built-in stand would be nice.



Call anyone in the US from anywhere in the world absolutely FREE on your iPad

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Do you Whistle (free)?  I guess I'm still a bit tongue tied with my latest VoiP app for the iPad, yes you're hearing me right a VoiP phone for the iPad (and other devices too).

 The WhistlePhone Service is interesting for a number of reasons; 1) it designed an app for the iPad, 2) it utilizes an add you have to listen to before each call to make your voip call free in the US, or from anywhere else to the US.



Apple Announces iPhone OS 4.0

Major upgrade coming for your iPhone this summer

 On April 8, less than a week after shipping the iPad, Apple previewed the next generation OS for its mobile devices. The update includes seven major, or "tentpole," features and over 100 other minor enhancements, including multitasking and folders. The update will be fully supported on the iPhone 3GS and 3rd generation iPod touch. The iPhone 3G and second-generation iPod touch however, will support "many" but not all features of the new OS. First generation iPhones will not be supported. iPhone OS 4 will be available later this summer for the iPhone/iPod Touch and in the fall for the iPad.


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