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iPundit, the latest app on the virtual shelves of Apples iTunes store, lets everyone from football-obsessed blokes and ladettes to fair-weather armchair fans and those who fancy Frank Lampard in tight shorts plot England’s route to the final of this summer’s World Cup.   iPundit, put together by a development team at Crieff, Scotland-based Creative Change with a visual concept from Soho’s Brilliant Path for client Thomson Sport, is part social match predictor, part footie banter network and part interactive wall-chart.   iPundit...

After the video streaming revolution was turned into a global phenomenon by the likes of YouTube a few years back, the concept of sharing videos online has become widely accepted by the general public. It has been able to create movements, shape culture and has given rise to a range of online celebrities who get millions of regular viewers. Now Bambuser is here to take this basic video sharing concept and bring it to the next level, representing a new generation of online video streaming which introduces an all-important element: live...

The next generation iPhone, which has variously been referred to as the HD and 4G, has been allegedly found lying about in a drinking establishment in the US and has since been confirmed as real. Yesterday the internet was alive with news that leaked pictures showing a smartphone looking very much unlike Apple’s current iPhone 3G S, although these were initially dismissed as pictures of a fake iPhone manufactured in Japan. Since then tech site Gizmodo got its hands on the ‘found’ iPhone and after poking it for a few hours...

Apple fans around the world will be thrilled to hear that the next version of the iPhone operating system has finally been officially unveiled and multitasking is heading up a wealth of new features. The iPhone has been criticised for some time over its lack of multitasking, meaning that switching between apps was not as swift as some would have liked. Apple has changed all of this with version 4.0 of its smartphone software platform, but there is more going on than multitasking alone. Apple has made sure that the user interface (UI) is...

iPhone and iPod Touch owners will no longer be able to buy the hugely popular screen guards from Apple’s flagship stores, nor from its online retail outlet, after the tech firm decided to ban them completely. It is not only the standalone film guards which keep scratches and scrapes away from the iPhone that are being axed, but also any case which integrates a film-based screen guard. Apple fan site iLounge said that Apple will be outing all of these accessories from its official shops from May this year. iPhone users have reacted...

A number of enterprising South Korean residents have started using meaty snacks to interface with their iPhones. The news comes after it was discovered that a certain brand of sausages, created by the CJ Corporation, possess the correct electrostatic charge to allow for the iPhone’s capacitive screen to register them. It may seem a little odd to use a sausage as a prosthetic finger, but the main motivation behind the switch has been the cold weather, which leaves people wearing gloves unable to use the iPhone unless they first remove...

Apple could be set to launch the largest iPhone yet if new online shots of what appears to be the casing for the device are to be believed. iResQ, which is an iPhone website focused exclusively on providing repairs for the popular smartphone, has published pictures of what it claims to be a side by side comparison of the existing iPhone case and the upcoming iPhone 4G case. The original size and shape of the iPhone has remained relatively unchanged ever since it was launched in 2007, but the new case appears to be both taller and wider...

Although the iPhone is nowhere near as capable as a digital camera as some of the more dedicated mobiles on the market, it can make up for its technical shortcomings with excellent software like Photogene. It is a simple and intuitive photo editing suite that does not require you to transfer your photos over to your laptop before you can polish them up a bit. Whilst it does not have the same tools as you would expect from a professional package, it is perfect for keen amateurs. Add your comments and thoughts on this app below. ...

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Apple could be in the process of developing the technology necessary to integrate solar panels into its portable electronic devices, leading some to claim that an eco-friendly iPhone is not too far away. Apple has allegedly filed for patents which would cover solar technology being added to touch screen displays. This would allow the outer design of the iPhone to remain intact and unchanged by the new power source, but would boost its green credentials and keep it operational without the need for a recharge for much longer. According to...

The Sonos wireless music system is one our favourite gadgets at the moment but the one thing that puts many people off is the price. Well Sonos have designed a free app that works on either the Apple iphone or iPod touch, this eliminates the need for the Sonos controller which is quite expensive to buy. We have been putting the app through its paces to see if it can measure up to stand alone controller available from Sonos. Sonos iPhone App Review Once you have located and installed the app you will have to set the app up to work with...