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The Apple iPhone 3G is an iOS powered device that was released in July 2008. Inside is a 600MHz Samsung ARM processor and 128MB of RAM with 8/16GB of internal storage. It comes in two colors (white and black) and features a 3.5-inch QVGA (240x320) TFT screen, and sports a two-megapixel camera. Other features of iPhone 3G include GPS, Bluetooth 2.0, Wi-fi and more. Read our coverage of iPhone 3G for latest news, reviews and videos:

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    Apple's iTunes Match offering was initially available only in the U.S. but back in mid-December Cupertino launched it internationally. There were a total number of 17 countries supported after the initial expansion and now the company is taking it one step further. Add to those 17 countries -- among which Australia, Canada, New Zealand, United Kingdom, France, Germany and Spain -- an additional number of 20, mainly markets in South and Central America. European users in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and the Netherlands will also be able to switch the songs in their collection with higher ...

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    ¬In this episode of the iOS App Picks we demonstrate five applications in 30 seconds each. These apps will allow you to edit and share you photos, create a chronological order of your life, and keep you entertained. To download these apps directly to your iPhone, just click on the title of the application and the iTunes software will automatically launch to the app in the App Store. If you have the free Google Search app installed on your iPhone just snap a picture of the QR-Code using Google Goggles or any other QR-Code scanner that will launch the App Store on your iPhone. Photo Shake ...

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    In this episode of the iOS App Picks we demonstrate five applications in 30 seconds each. These apps will help you find an inexpensive airline ticket, let you stay up to date on your financial accounts, and keep you entertained. To download these apps directly to your iPhone, just click on the title of the application and the iTunes software will automatically launch to the app in the App Store. If you have the free Google Search app installed on your iPhone just snap a picture of the QR-Code using Google Goggles or any other QR-Code scanner that will launch the App Store on your iPhone. ...

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    Apple's Senior Vice President of Industrial Design, Sir Jonathan Ive, is responsible for some great designs over the years with the company, including the iPhone. He received the Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire title in the 2012 New Year Honours list for his services to design. Ive declared he was "both humbled and sincerely grateful" and, while Mr. Ive can now call himself Sir Ive, he said the honor is "absolutely thrilling" and that he is "keenly aware that I benefit from a wonderful tradition in the UK of designing and making". Source: BBC

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    There's no denying that any iOS device, whether it's the iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch are all great gaming devices. The only sad part of playing any game on a touch screen is when your fingers cover the players on any sports game. Touch controls are a nice idea, but for those of us that grew up with a full Gamepad, touch controls can become a sort of novelty. Sadly, all the recent attempts to provide iOS devices with a game controller haven't been quite as functional as we'd want. 60beat has just come with a cool Gamepad that uses your iPhone's headphone jack to provide you with Analogue ...

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    ¬In this episode of the iOS App Picks we demonstrate five applications in 30 seconds each. These apps will help you find your way around and airport, view the stars in the night sky, and keep you entertained. To download these apps directly to your iPhone, just click on the title of the application and the iTunes software will automatically launch to the app in the App Store. If you have the free Google Search app installed on your iPhone just snap a picture of the QR-Code using Google Goggles or any other QR-Code scanner that will launch the App Store on your iPhone. ReelDeal Slots – A ...

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    Whether the gift-wrap is off, or you simply strolled into an Apple Store on Christmas day, your iOS device is here. We know you decided to wait a while and see if it was really worth purchasing one in the first place, and as results show so far, Apple's current line-up of iOS devices is worth every penny. Now, with all that hype regarding all the new features included on iOS 5, or the fact that there are hundreds of thousands of apps on Apple's App Store, you'd wonder where to begin. While we know some of you have owned iOS devices for some time and already know your way around, we also ...

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    The ongoing legal war between Apple and Samsung (and maybe other OEMs too) is probably going to be a bit more interesting now that Cupertino has managed to secure an important iPhone patent. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has granted Apple a patent for the "core iPhone multi-touch". When Cupertino first introduced the iPhone in 2007, multi-touch was just one of the approximately 200 innovations Apple filed patents for. Without going deep into technical explanations related to the way multi-touch works, it is definitely described as "sensing a plurality of events occurring ...

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    If you are interested in the weather forecast beyond what you read in the papers or see on TV, you definitely know about Weather Underground, the first online weather service. Now Weather Underground has free applications for Android and iOS. Following the appropriate market link below you will be able to download the new Weather Underground apps for your phone. We already looked at the iOS iteration in our latest iOS App Picks episode but for those who missed it, the application brings the "most reliable and in-depth weather data for locations across the world". Current conditions, ...

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    If you've been waiting a long time for Grand Theft Auto III chances are you bought the game the minute it was published. If you somehow didn't manage to do it (or you just decided you might want to give it a try) now would be best to do it as the title is being sold for $2.99 until December 29. Additionally, Rockstar Games have added official Samsung Galaxy Nexus support so those lucky enough to have the Ice Cream Sandwich-powered smartphone can enjoy the game. Motorola Droid Bionic and Samsung Galaxy S2 owners can also play and if you happen to have an Apple iPhone, you're in luck too ...

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    In this episode of the iOS App Picks we demonstrate five applications in 30 seconds each. These apps will keep you entertained, allow you to create ringtones from your iTunes library, and find cruises easily to fit any budget and schedule. To download these apps directly to your iPhone, just click on the title of the application and the iTunes software will automatically launch to the app in the App Store. If you have the free Google Search app installed on your iPhone just snap a picture of the QR-Code using Google Goggles or any other QR-Code scanner that will launch the App Store on ...

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    It's a fact of life: sooner or later, the manufacturer of your smartphone is going to stop supporting it. You can usually look forward to at least a year of software updates, but at some point, the hardware is either no longer able to keep up with the demands of today's operating systems, or the manufacturer moves on to focusing its attention to its more recent models. In Android-land, hitting that point can mean turning to the community to find custom ROMs that continue to breathe some new life into your handset. For iPhone users, though, once Apple decides to no longer provide updates ...

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    Watch this week's iReview as we through all things cool and the not so cool inside the world of Apple's iOS devices. In today's show we start by covering the expansion of Apple's iPhone 4S into 20 more countries, even if the price isn't right. We later talk about the recent news about iOS App Store developers making 300% more revenue on iOS than on the Android Market. We later talk about iOS 5.1 Beta 2 which finally allows us to remove photos from our photo stream on iCloud. We then cover all the recent advances from the Dev-Team on reaching an untethered Jailbreak of the iPhone 4 running ...

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    Even though some people have complained and even shown refunds of a false alarm regarding Apple's launch of iTunes Match internationally, the service has officially gone live to the world. iTunes Match is that service where you pay $25 a year to have iTunes scan all of your music library and switch all of your downloaded or ripped music with fresh copies of the same songs from the iTunes store at higher quality bit rate. Just make sure you're rocking iTunes 10.5.2 on your computer, and that it is one of your authorized computers within your Apple ID. As with all that Apple launches, expect ...

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    Now here's an interesting note. Apple's iPhone 4 may be one of the best selling smartphones on the planet, but it's no secret to everyone that there are more Android Smartphones sold if we would compare Android as a platform against iOS. So mathematically, there are more Android Market customers out there, than there are iOS App customers, and still a recent study shows that iOS Apps generate 300% more revenue for developers than their Android counterparts. According to Flurry Analytics, for every dollar generated by a specific app in Apple's App Store, that same app will only make $0.24 ...

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