iPhone 4G set to come in white too?

There have been so many leaks relating to the new model of the iPhone that if they all turn out to be the real deal, there hardly seems any point in Steve Jobs going through the motions of a glitzy…

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Gerald LynchiPhone 4G set to come in white too?

Second iPhone 4G found in Vietnam

iPhone 4Gs are like buses; you wait ages for one then two come along at once! Yet another iPhone 4G has purportedly been found by Vietnamese website Taoviet. The pictures definitely look convincing – or at least as convincing as…

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More evidence of iPhone 4G HD video recording uncovered

Further inspection of the iPhone 4.0 OS has lead to renewed rumours that the iPhone 4G will have HD video recording capabilities. The OS now has new ways to access video data on the iPhone, with interesting reference to…

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Gerald LynchMore evidence of iPhone 4G HD video recording uncovered

New iPhone 4.0 features uncovered, including widgets!

The iPhone 4.0 SDK beta 3 has revealed some new features for Apple's latest mobile OS, and it's more good news for people hoping to do a lot of multi-tasking. Best of the bunch of new improvements is the addition…

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Gerald LynchNew iPhone 4.0 features uncovered, including widgets!

iPhone 4G to be delayed by court ruling?

The iPhone 4G may be delayed by an unexpected court ruling. And no, before you ask, it has nothing to do with stolen devices or industrial espionage, but a rather less interesting lawsuit concerning the next-gen iPhone's screen. LG…

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iPhone 4G to be officially revealed on June 7th?

After week of leaks and police raids, it looks like we might finally have an actual official reveal date for the iPhone 4G. Apple have just revealed details of their annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), taking place in San Francisco…

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Gerald LynchiPhone 4G to be officially revealed on June 7th?

Police raid Gizmodo editor over iPhone 4G leak

Jason Chen, editor for the blog Gizmodo, has had his home raided by Californian police investigating the possible theft of the iPhone 4G handset that the website exclusively leaked last week. Police broke into Chen's home on Friday, taking…

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Apple request iPhone 4G be returned

The iPhone 4G honeymoon period is over for Gizmodo; Apple's senior vice president Bruce Sewell has sent a letter to the blog's editor, Brian Lam, requesting the device be returned. "It has come to our attention that GIZMODO is currently…

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Apple releases Aperture 3 photo editing software, with location and facial awareness features

Apple have announced the launch of Aperture 3, the latest version of their popular photo editing and archiving software. There are over 200 new features in the Aperture 3 program, including Brushes for touching up images and one-click photo effects…

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Adobe pleases poor designers and bloggers with the release of the free Photoshop Express

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As we wrote about last September, Adobe has been working on a not-so-secret online version of their Photoshop program for a fair amount of time. Thankfully, they’ve saved us from the trauma of having to use SnipShot when in dire need of a free online image editing program, by releasing Adobe Photoshop Express today.

Having fooled around with it for the better part of today, I must say I’m hugely impressed. In the above screenshot you can see I’ve used several effects on poor Gates and Jobs, including ‘distort’, ‘pop color’ and ‘sharpen’, along with standards such as cropping and resizing. Flash 9 is the driving force behind it, which…

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Katherine HannafordAdobe pleases poor designers and bloggers with the release of the free Photoshop Express