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iPad mini Update: Amazing new high resolution, 3D interactive mockup, and latest images of what the iPad mini may look like.

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As the date of unveiling for the new iPhone draws near, more images are surfacing of the newest iPad, known as the iPad mini, which is expected to be released sometime in October.

 

 

MacRumors has recently joined forces with Ciccarese Design, and drawn upon the rumors, parts leaks and concepts from case manufacturers to create the latest renderings of the new iPad mini, as well as an incredible 3D interactive model of the device that you can check out.



Griffin SmartTalk Solar and Stylus+Pen Review

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Griffin continues to release new hardware products at a hectic pace. Here's a quick review of two items that are worth looking at more closely.
 



TeX Writer for iPad

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Keep on rockin' with the Jukebox Dock from ION Audio

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ION Audio has done it again. The innovative developers of cool and unusual app-cessories for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices has a really impressive jukebox that reminds you of the neon Wurlitzer models, but is much more affordable!



Box the Bag brings out your inner Rocky, no Kinect required

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Jealous of your friends with the Kinect gaming systems? Box the Bag is a new iPad app that makes a clever and sophisticated use of the iPad's camera to achieve a lot of what the Kinect accessory does for Microsoft's Xbox.



App Review: Natural Tots

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Natural Tots is a new addition to the app market which aims to develop your child's learning skills as well as providing an entertaining app for them to use on the iPad or iPhone. You may have been looking for a suitable app for your child and Natural Tots answers this call. With 18 different images for your child to play with and uncover, this is the toddler and baby friendly app that you have been searching for.



Cafe International Review - Fun for the whole family!

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Solitaire for cafe addicts, with an offbeat 80s feel... That's my impression of Cafe International. Uh, how many restaurants or shops are seating lone international guests specifically by nationality or gender? None that I know of, but that really isn't the point. The point of Cafe International is good old pattern-matching fun with a multi-player twist that everyone can enjoy. It's also a great way to learn and recognize international flags.



Review: Feed The Penguin Premium by Avko Labs

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One thing that turns me off in press releases or iTunes descriptions is phrases like “no analog in the App Store” or “this game is unique”.  My problem with such wording is 99 percent of the time it isn’t true.  Just describe the game to me, and I’ll decide if I’ve ever played anything like it or not.  Besides, with more than 500,000 apps in the App Store, chances are even as a developer you don’t know if someone else has made a game like yours or not.  That had me a bit worried when it came to Feed The Penguin, but as it turns out the game is unique in my experience, at least when it comes to mechanics.  Add to that the fact that it’s both challenging and fun, and that pretty much spells “winner” in my book.



Be found with QR Coded cases from Findables

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It's time to ask more of your case. Sure, a case should protect your iPhone or iPad, but what if it could do more? What if it was made of a glow in the dark material so you could find it at night? What if it had an actual custom QR Code built in so someone could get in touch with you to return it, even if the battery ran out or the device was locked? And what if it could be used as a way to share your contact info similar to the Bump app?



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