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iGuide

As an alarm technician, youll run into many different panels in your day to day job and carrying around a manual for all of them isnt...

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The iGuide

The iGuide is a great app to learn more about your iPhone. You can test your knowledge by doing the iTest. With the new "Ask Us" function you can...

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iGuide

It guides you to find your destination by a direction arrow.You will not get lost!It is an essential app.Features:1. shows direction to the...

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iGuide Dublin

iGuide Dublin offers you the power of over 3000 local listings, owned and managed by the PEOPLE OF THE CITY. It acts as a directory for all...

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iGuide Kilkenny

Kilkenny at your fingertips! Each and every listing is owned and managed by the PEOPLE OF THE CITY. Whatever you are in the mood for... reach for...

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iGuide Belfast

iGuide Belfast offers you Belfast at your fingertips. Each and every listing is owned and managed by the PEOPLE OF THE CITY. Whatever you are in...

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iGuide Armagh

Armagh at your fingertips! Whatever you are in the mood for... reach for the iGuide, Armagh's OFFICIAL, FIRST, and FREE mobile application.All...

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Casino iGuide

iGuide Casino application allows you to select your favorite casino to peruse the current floor map and find out the latest relevant information...

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OEC iGuide

Learn techniques and tips for getting the right image at the right dose during mobile C-arm surgical imaging. The OEC Radiation Safety iGuide...

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iGuide Advanced

NOTE: The price of iGuide will be raised on 8th May 2011 to Tier 3 (1.79/$2.99). ****The aim of iGuide is to bring the power of "Your Spirit...

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Aha! It's the iGuide, not iSlate--maybe

In the latest rumor about the name of the new Apple tablet, the name iGuide surfaces as a possibility. Could this really be it?

By December 30, 2009

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Free DNSCrypt tool enhances Mac Web security

The OpenDNS organization has released a tool for OS X that encrypts DNS connections, which enhances Internet security on OS X (for now).

By December 7, 2011

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Apple iPad: What we didn't get

Apple's iPad is here, ending months of hype, rumour and misdirection. We've seen it in action -- now let's cast a beady eye at what we didn't get...

By January 27, 2010

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Rumor roundup scorecard: The iPad edition

Finally, the wait is over. We know just about everything there is to know about Apple's "magic" tablet, the iPad. So let's go over some of the rumors that led up to its release to see just how right, or wrong, they turned out to be.

By January 27, 2010

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Breathless Apple name rumor: It's the iPad

The rumor mill has produced some evidence of a possibility that the new Apple tablet, to be unveiled January 27, might be called the iPad.

By January 19, 2010

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Amazon: Kindle app store on the way

Less than a week before Apple is expected to announce a much-anticipated tablet, Amazon takes its first steps toward letting developers build applications for its e-reader.

By January 21, 2010

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New Year News: Welcome back, here's what you missed

We digest the tastiest morsels of tech news from the last week, along with the grubby end of the turkey and those coffee Quality Street no one else likes

By January 4, 2010

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Report: Apple event to be held January 26

Unnamed source tells Fox News the company will hold a mobile-focused event in San Francisco on January 26, which could be the day its long-awaited tablet makes its debut.

By December 30, 2009

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Comcast taps Microsoft for Seattle set-tops

The software titan's cable software will be offered to more than 500,000 customers in the company's hometown.

By November 8, 2004

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Webmaster abducted by aliens!

The National Enquirer, which claims to reach 18 million readers weekly, announces it is coming to the Web with an interactive edition.

By July 29, 1997