Google Voice App Now Supports iPad And iPod Touch

Google has updated its Google Voice app for Apple’s iOS devices, and this new version now features support for the iPod Touch and the Apple iPad.

The updated version of Google Voice will now let you send and receive free text messages from your iPad and iPod Touch, although you obviously won’t be able to make voice calls on either device like you can on the iPhone.

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Jenga Lands On The iPhone And iPad

Natural Motion has released Jenga for iOs devices, with Jenga available for the iPhone and iPod Touch, and Jenga HD available for the Apple iPad.

The Jenga for iOS devices was even developed with the help of the original creator of Jenga, Leslie Scott, and it uses real time 3D physics simulation to create the same behaviour as the physical game has.

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Infinity Blade Fastest Grossing iOS App

The new iOS game Infinity Blade released on the 9th December has already broken the fastest selling app record set by Cut The Rope, juts a few months ago.

As of the 12th December the Apple Game Centre was showing 271,424 users have download the game and prices at $5.99 the app has generated an amazing $1,625,829.76 already. beating Cut the Rope who sold $1 million in sales in just 10 days.

If you haven’t seen Infinity Blade in action watch some gameplay after the jump.

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Apple Removes iOS Jaibreak Detection

It seems that Apple has removed the jailbreak detection API from iOS, that is used to detect whether or not a device has been jailbroken. It was first added to Apple’s mobile OS when version 4.0 was released.

When the latest version of iOS was released, iOS 4.2.1, the API has either now been removed for it has been disabled, it is unclear as yet why this has been done.

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Google Latitude iPhone App Available In App Store

Last week the Google Latitude app turned up in iTunes for the iPhone and iPod Touch, it was quickly pulled by Google, but now it looks like it has re-appeared.

The Google Latitude iPhone App lets you share your location with your friends in real time on a map, and your friends can also share their location, you can also choose which friends you want to show you location to.

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Phone X Retro iPhone Dock (video)

If you are looking for a retro styled iPhone dock to bring a little 80’s style to your desk, then the Phone x does just that. Designed and created by Japanese home electronics company Hashy-Topin the iPhone dock allows you to make calls in an old fashioned tethered way using a handset with a cord. Watch the video after the jump to see it in action.

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Galaxy Tab Wyse PocketCloud 1.1 App Now Available (video)

Today Wyse PocketCloud has been updated to version 1.1 and is now available to download for Android and iOS devices. The clear little app allows you to remotely access your desktop computer and take control.

The new release has a number of new features including performance enhancements, advanced Microsoft NLA security, and tweaks to make the app optimised for newer tablets including the  Samsung Galaxy Tab and Cisco Cius.

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Custom iPhone 4 Features Dinosaur Tooth

Many of our readers will have seen the custom iPhones and iPads created by Stuart Hughes, normally they are covered in precious metals and diamonds, his latest custom iPhone 4 is a little different.

Called the iPhone 4 History Edition, his latest creation actuall has a T-rex dinosaur tooth, as well as some meteoric stone thrown in for good measure.

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BlueSLR Converts Your iOS Device Into A DSLR Remote Shutter Release

BlueSLR allows you to connect your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to your DSLR camera via Bluetooth and using the BlueSLR application, remotely release its shutter from up to 300 ft away. Currently the BlueSLR is support by 11 Nikon cameras and soon will support Canon DSLR’s together with support for Android and BlackBerry smartphones as well says the company.

Its available in two different version with slight different connectors, one for more professional camera’s D3(S), D200, D300(S) or D700 and the other designed for the mid-range D70, D3100, D5000 or D7000.

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