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Polaris Office for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

Polaris Office for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

Viewing and editing files made in the Office suite has always been difficult at best on mobile devices such as the iPad or iPhone, until now.  The polaris office app has done far more than just provide a way to view all the office formats on a mobile device, they have brought in the full list of the most popular features for these powerful programs into the phone or tablet.
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Presselite Launches Subway Guide Applications for Windows Phone 7

Presselite Launches Subway Guide Applications for Windows Phone 7

Presselite, the developer of several subway guide applications for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad, has launched two applications for Windows Phone 7. The applications, London Tube and New York Subway, are now available on Microsoft’s Zune Marketplace.
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Microsoft’s Bing Sponsors Tap Tap Revenge App

Microsoft’s Bing Sponsors Tap Tap Revenge App

Tapulous, part of Disney Mobile, has made an announcement this morning that Katy Perry’s Revenge iPhone app has gotten an update including Katy Perry’s new single, “Firework” as well as the integration of Microsoft’s search engine, Bing, so players can easily search for the artists’ lyrics. The sponsorship by Bing marks the first time Tapulous has included a title sponsor for an app. Katy Perry Revenge by Bing is for free for a limited time.
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Microsoft Launches Creative Windows 7 Ad…Really?

Microsoft Launches Creative Windows 7 Ad…Really?

Microsoft has finally released a creative (and funny) advertisement for their upcoming Windows 7 Phone which is set for release on November 8th. The ad focuses on how our culture is distracted by mobile devices, but the catch is that those devices have been primarily the iPhone, followed by Android and BlackBerry devices. Microsoft hopes to jump onto the bandwagon with their Windows 7 phone but does the company really think it’s going to take off when the market share is dominated by RIM, Apple and Google?
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Strip - Password Manager Review for iPhone and iPod Touch

Strip – Password Manager Review for iPhone and iPod Touch

STRIP is Password Protection vault that helps you store and organize all of your important information. This protection app is brought to you by Zetetic LLC.
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IUGO Releases Popular Titles for Xbox Live on Windows Phone 7

IUGO Releases Popular Titles for Xbox Live on Windows Phone 7

IUGO Mobile Entertainment announced this morning the release of two of their popular titles found on the iPhone titles, ImplodeXL and Zombie Attack Second Wave, are now available over Xbox Live for Windows Phone 7.
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Slideshow Remote Review for iPhone and iPod Touch

Slideshow Remote Review for iPhone and iPod Touch

Need an easier, faster and more efficient way to present your Powerpoint Slideshow? This is the app for you. This remote is effective, easy to use and a must have for any Powerpoint user. Slideshow Remote is brought to you by LogicInMind
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Gfx Hotkeys Review for iPhone and iPod Touch

Gfx Hotkeys Review for iPhone and iPod Touch

Gfx Hotkeys is a graphics junkie’s dream app! This is a little bit of everything all rolled into one for a variety of HOTKEYS and programs suggestions, by Bill Kastanakis
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Apple Named Most Admired Company 3rd Year Running

Apple Named Most Admired Company 3rd Year Running

For the third year Apple has taken the crown for “The Most Admired Company In The World”. The placing was given by Fortune’s 2010 edition of “World’s Most Admired Companies“.
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How To Push Gmail To Your iPhone

How To Push Gmail To Your iPhone

The one feature that I really miss about the blackberry is Push for Gmail. Today I show you how to have this on your iPhone. Skill Level: Medium Risk Level: Safe Requirements
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Job Ad Suggests Xbox Live Headed for WinMo Phones

Job Ad Suggests Xbox Live Headed for WinMo Phones

Microsoft’s has just posted a new job listing, seeking a principle program manager, who can “bring Xbox Live-enabled games to Windows Mobile.” I have to say I am a little shocked that it took them this long to start making moves with Xbox.
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Microsoft Promotes High Pricing to Attract Developers

Microsoft Promotes High Pricing to Attract Developers

In preparation for the launch of Windows Mobile 6.5 and Mobile Marketplace, Microsoft are trying to draw in as many application developers as possible.
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Windows Marketplace Opening To Developers July 27, Public Later This Year

Windows Marketplace Opening To Developers July 27, Public Later This Year

Microsoft will attempt to enter the mobile applications industry with Apple, Sprint, and BlackBerry by opening up the Windows Marketplace to developers later this month on July 27. Public users will get access to the marketplace “later this year” when the new Windows Mobile 6.5 version launches as well.
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