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Apple launched its iBookstore to the Australian market today, making thousands of existing and modern book titles available to iDevice users through arrangements with several major local publishers. Previously, iDevice owners were restricted to a limited selection of classic texts that had passed into the public domain and so were legally available to download. The iBookstore represents a move to increase the digital availability of contemporary...

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With all the buzz about the iPhone 4 and the iPad these days, one could be forgiven for believing that Apple is ignoring its founding product, the Macintosh computer, as a stage parent might neglect an oldest child who has outgrown its cute stage. But it seems that the steadfast Mac is more of a big deal for Apple than recent media attention has given it...

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Apple TV and Google TV were both released in the US last week. While it’s been too short a time to generate any worthwhile data about which product is proving more popular with consumers, we can examine the basic features of each so Australians will have an idea of what to expect when the two gadgets eventually launch down under. Hardware and Software Apple’s set-top box holds...

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Apple recently announced their new line up of nifty gadgets! These included: iPod touch with video calling over WiFi iPod Nano that can double as a watch Apple TV Ping – Apple’s new social media website iPod Nano: This now has a built in FM tuner and can display photos. It features a touch screen for accessing all the features of the iPod.  And it can also double as a watch! This...

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Google has begun discussions with major record labels to create and launch its own online music download store, in the latest instalment of its ongoing quest for world media domination. The new music platform, which Google hopes to see implemented and generating sales by Christmas, will be in direct competition the Apple iTunes Store, the online music market dominator which currently claims 70% of legal music...

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The time has some for Samsung to reveal its best-kept secret in years! Check out our older blog posts for more about this secret. https://www.ewebmarketing.com.auseoblog/samsungs-answer-to-the-ipad On a second look, the Galaxy looks quite appealing.  It is able to make voice calls on the 3G network, - with video calls as well!  So as a matter for fact it seems more like a big phone, rather than a...

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The US Copyright Office decreed on Monday that Americans are no longer prevented by law from jail-breaking their iPhones. “Jail-breaking” refers to the reprogramming/unlocking an iPhone to be compatible with non-Apple approved software applications. The practice is fairly common, as there are millions of jail-broken iPhones in current circulation. Though bypassing an iPhone’s operating system restrictions had until very recently been illegal, iPhone manufacturer Apple had never...

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Behold, the iPhone 4. [caption id="attachment_2122" align="aligncenter" width="237"][/caption] Agreed, it looks a lot like every other iPhone model we’ve ever seen. But behind the clone-like exterior is a cornucopia of new-and-improved features, including crisper resolution and display, speedier navigation between apps and documents, and real-time video calls. And to the joy of Apple fanboys everywhere, and the ire of iPhone detractors, this latest incarnation comes with the long-awaited...

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There is a fierce war waging in personal computers: Windows VS Linux, Dell VS HP, Gigabyte VS Asus and now Chrome VS Safari.  While the battle is not new, the latest outcome is worthy of note. It has recently been reported that Apple’s Safari browser is the latest casualty of Google’s ever-increasing world domination.  You may not think this is significant, but consider the facts.  There are...

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