DOS Emulator Returns To iOS App Store But With a Few Tricks Removed

The DOS iOS emulator DOSBox, was originally launched into the Apple iTunes store last year but was unceremoniously removed in October 2010 when it was discovered that it allowed users to install and run executables within the emulator.

Which then might have allowed the software to create an iOS device into an actual Windows emulating machine. As you can imagine Apple didn’t take kindly to this and promptly removed the application from the App Store.

Well you will be pleased to know that the app is back! All be it with a few tweaks to not allow .exe files to run and cause problems for Apple.

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iOS 4.3 Will Not Include New Multitouch Gestures

We have already seen a lot of the new features in iOS 4.3 from the release of iOS 4.3 Beta 2, one of those features is a new range of multitouch gestures, and it looks like they wont be included in the final release of iOS 4.3.

Apple has announced that these new multitouch gestures were included with iOS 4.3 Beta 2 as a preview and it looks like they wont be coming until a later version of ios.

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iPad 2 Camera Icons Found In iOS 4.3 Beta 2

Ever since the iPad 2 rumors began we have been hearing that the second generation Apple iPad will feature dual video cameras just like the iPhone 4, which means that the iPad will come with Apple’s FaceTime video chat software.

Icons for FaceTime, the Camera and also PhotoBooth for the iPad have been discovered in the latest beta release of Apple’s iOS, iOS 4.3 Beta 2.

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Apple Releases iOS 4.3 Beta 2

Apple is not holding back with its iOS 4.3 releases just a week after the first beta was released iOS 4.3 has now moved into beta 2 and has been made available to developers.

The new beta adds Wi-Fi hotspot capabilities for GSM iPhones to together numerous other tweaks for the new Apple TV, iPad, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS as well as the 3rd and 4th generation iPod touch.

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Apple Sells 7.3 Million iPads During The Holiday Shopping Season

Apple yesterday announced their earnings for the last quarter, and as well as announcing a record profit of $6 billion Apple also announced that they sold a total of 7.3 million iPads in the holiday shopping season.

Apple also announced that they sold a massive 16.24 iPhone’s in the last quarter, which is an 86 percent increase on the same period for the previous year, and they are getting close to selling as many iPhone’s as they do iPods.

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Ion Audio iPad Concert Piano Dock Is A Worldbeater

Who ever said that iPod docks should be portable things to be put on a shelf? Ion Audio has gone the distance (a very big distance) to deliver the ultimate in docking for iPad’s. Pictured below is their Concert Piano, which can play your favorite tunes or give tutorials via an app. But wait, that’s not all.

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AirView Turns Your iOS Device Into An AirPlay Receiver

A new free app has appeared in the iPhone App Store today, called AirView, and we suspect it wont be long before Apple pulls AirView from the app store.

What AirView does is turn any iOS device into an AirPlay receiver, meaning that you can stream video content from one iOS device to another, for example you could stream a video from your iPhone to your iPad.

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Rupert Murdoch’s iPad Daily Newspaper To Cost $0.99 Per Day? (Updated)

Updated 18th January 2011.

It looks like we made a mistake in our article, and it seems that the pricing mentioned by Adage is actually $0.99 per week, and not $0.99 per day, which would seem a lot more sensible and something people may actually be willing to pay.

Whilst we are waiting for Rupert Murdoch and News Corp to launch their daily iPad newspaper, which is called ‘The Daily‘ we have been hearing quite a bit of speculation about how much the media tycoon intends to charge users for this new daily iPad only newspaper.

Now Adage is reporting that Ruper Murdoch intends to charge readers of the daily $0.99 per day, which works out at around $365 a year, this is slightly expensive to say the least.

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TiVo Premiere iPad Now Available To Download

Keeping to their word TiVo have now officially launched their new TiVo Premiere’s new iPad application which is now available to download for free from the iTunes App Store.

The new TiVo iPad App has been designed to allow you to take full control of your viewing schedule by searching and launch every service TiVo offers. See the new TiVo iPad application in action after the jump. You can view a preview of the TiVo app in the video after the jump.

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