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iTunes Match on iOS

This video demos iTunes Match on an iOS Device. Works basically the same it appears as a desktop. Users will be able to stream and download songs from their matched iTunes library. iTunes Match stores your complete music library in iCloud, allowing you to enjoy your collection anywhere, anytime, on any iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or computer. iTunes Match beta is currently available to developers in the United States. Beta subscribers will receive iTunes Match service during the beta period plus an additional 3 months for free with their 12 month paid subscription.

To get started with iTunes Match, download the current version of iOS 5 beta and iTunes 10.5 beta 6.1 with iTunes Match. Once installed, choose Turn On iTunes Match from the Store menu, and click “Subscribe for $24.99.”

Please note that you must maintain a local backup of your iTunes library as well as any music you add to iCloud. Apple will periodically reset your iCloud library during the beta and it is critical that you backup your music regularly. Some features and optimizations of iTunes Match will not be available during the beta.

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iPhone / iPad: Top 30 Cydia Tweaks of 2011

Video description: My personal top 30 Cydia tweaks of 2011. The tweaks chosen are both new and old, popular and unpopular. 30 is a big number so, I hope that most of you are able to find a tweak that you will enjoy having on your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad. The tweaks are my personal picks and we all will have our opinion. I know that there are allot of other awesome Cydia tweaks that I was unable to mention but, feel free to tell us about them in a video response or comment. Thank you for watching. Please subscribe for more over iOS devices. Please also comment and thumbs up as well as follow me on Facebook and Twitter. Thank you!

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This week of iReview: Steve Jobs Says iQuit, iPhone 5 Parts Begin To Surface and Apple Hires Comex

Watch this week's iReview as the folks at pocketnow go through all that's cool and the not so cool inside the world of Apple's iOS devices. In today's show they go through all the recent hardware leaks of the iPhone 5 or a probable 4S or 4G. They also go through more rumors that Sprint is next in line to get the iPhone 5, but they still have their concerns regarding the availability of WiMax in that device. They also talk about a new feature coming to iOS 5, which brings Earthquake detection to the Japanese market.

In the not so cool the pocketnow team begin by talking about Steve Jobs resignation and what they hope to see in his new role as Apple's Chairman of the board. They also go through Apple's succession plan in naming Tim Cook as Apple's CEO and their concerns with his ability to bring innovation to the table. Finally, they end the show by talking about Apple's recent move in hiring Comex, famous hacker in charge of JailbreakMe.com and how this affects the Jailbreak community.

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Interview: The genius behind Apples early days

Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne, co-founders of Apple Inc. along with Steve Jobs, talk about the creation of the company and Jobs. Jobs resigned yesterday as chief executive officer of Apple. Wozniak and Wayne speak with Emily Chang on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West.”

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Creator of JailbreakMe, Comex joins Apple as an intern

Nicholas Allegra, aka Comex, one of the hackers who have developed various ways to "jailbreak" the iPhone, is going  to work at Apple. Read more over at Engadget.

Well this sucks, dont you think?

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iPhone: iSpeech Obama and iSpeech Bush text to speech and speech recognition

This is a preview of iSpeech Obama and iSpeech Bush available soon on iPhone, Android and BlackBerry. The iSpeech SDK, which powers the apps, is free for mobile app developers. The SDK uses iSpeech's cloud-based text to speech (TTS) and speech recognition (ASR) APIs. The APIs are also open for non-mobile applications.

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