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Skype’s iOS App Now Supports Video Calls, Bye FaceTime

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Skype has released an update to its iOS application that brings the highly demanded video calling feature. The new Skype App allows users to make video calls using an iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, or fourth-generation iPod touch. iPad users of course won’t be able to make video calls, but they can surely receive video calls.

Video calls using the new Skype App can be made over WiFi and 3G. “We think it’s really important because it will make it easier for people to share moments,” said Rick Osterloh, vice president of products for Skype.

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Giveaway – Fruit Feast for iOS

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Fruit Feast is a captivating game available for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. You are a monkey and your job is to collect all the fruits except the coconuts falling from above. Collect them and you’ll be awarded points.

Sounds simple, but it isn’t. The game is completely a feast for your fingers as you need to be extremely quick, or you’ll lose the delicious fruits.

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iOS and Google TV Among Cyber Attack Targets for 2011

McAfee, the popular computer security company which was recently acquired by Intel released its 2011 Threat Predictions report which highlighted the platforms and services that would be the target of cyber attacks.

Among the list were Internet based TV services like Google TV and mobile platforms like Android and iOS. According to McAfee, the Apps that would run on these platforms would expose privacy and identity data.

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Facebook for iPhone Gets 1.6 Million Users Since Christmas Eve

All Facebook has just revealed that the official Facebook App for the iPhone has added up to 1.6 million users since Christmas Eve. Earlier today, Amazon also reported that Apple products were the most-gifted during Christmas and now this news from All Facebook confirms that Apple has had a great Christmas. Since December 24th, the free Facebook App for the iPhone and iPod touch was downloaded over 1.6 million times.

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Extension of the Week – EyeDropper


The web is just so beautiful with amazing typography, jaw dropping colors, gorgeous images and speedy videos. Web Developers are often inspired by other web sites and try to include some of the features into their own site. If you are a developer, how many times have you navigated to a site and asked which color is that?

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Essential Android App – APNdroid


Don’t need to use 3G/EGDE/GPRS all the time? Does your carrier charge you even if the service is on and you don’t use it? If yes, then take a look at APNdroid.

APNdroid is a nifty tool that should probably be on all Android phones. This free App allows you to turn on/off 3G/EDGE/GPRS with just a single tap. A terrific widget is also bundled along with this free App.

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Top 5 Calculator Apps for iPad

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Unlike the iPhone and iPod touch, the iPad does not come with a native Calculator App. While using such a large screen as the iPad for daily calculation sounds weird, a calculator app can be handy for quick calculations.

In this “Top” series we round up the top five calculator apps for the iPad that would help you carry out some calculations on your large sized touch screen buddy.

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