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GardenMinder: Interactive App Helps Users Plan and Grow Their Garden

Gardeners Supply and Green Mountain Digital announced today their new GardenMinder App for mobile devices. Available now on the App store, it includes everything needed to start planting a vegetable garden, including built-in reminders and how-to's.

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Showdown! Comparing the Verizon iPhone vs. the AT&T iPhone

The promise of an iPhone that no longer drops calls may be tempting many AT&T customers to switch over to Verizon. But is the grass really greener? It depends. There are many indications the Verizon iPhone offers superior connectivity and far less dropped calls than its AT&T counterpart.

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Top Tips and Tricks for Extending the iPad Battery Life

Top Tips and Tricks for Extending the iPad Battery Life

There oughtta be a law against battery-sucking devices that don't have the energy to get through the day. The iPad is the newest darling of our erstwhile representatives in Washington, according to Politico.com, so maybe they will take on the task of mandating that tablets as awesome as the iPad come  with extended battery life — or at least enough juice to get through two PowerPoint presentations, 10 chapters of a favorite book and 6-10 addicting hours of our favorite games.

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Wonky WiFi: Problems and Solutions for iPad Internet Woes

Your iPad is always on, and it’s always a touch away from the Internet. That is, of course, unless you are experiencing WiFi connectivity issues, the iPad’s evil twin. The moment the tablets were in users’ hands, the issues began.

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WiFi or 3G iPad? Answers to Your Questions about iPad and the Internet

With iPad 3G scheduled for release April 30 prospective buyers will need to decide if they want to hold out for the 3G version or decide if a Wi-Fi-only iPad is their preferred option. Today's iPad FAQ addresses the main issues in making that decision.

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FAQ: Answers to the Top Questions about What iPad Can and Cannot Do

The iPad is spectacular at many things. If your experience is like mine you will find that it is great for surfing the web, reading eBooks, watching movies and TV shows, playing games, and light document creation.

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iPhone Your Life: Apple's Tips Draw Users Further Into the Cult of Mac

iPhone Your Life: Apple's Tips Draw Users Further Into the Cult of Mac

"Solving life's dilemmas one app at a time." Apple is showing their commitment to solving dilemmas with an update to the iPhone website. A new section of the Apple site dubbed iPhone Your Life announces what users have known since the beginning — "...It's more than a phone.

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How to Create Ringtones on the iPhone

A number of people have written to AppCraver asking how to create a custom ringtone on the iPhone. It's easy, but not very well documented. Here are the steps: 1. Go to iTunes and open your Music library.

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Disappearing iPhone: What to do when iPhone doesn't show up in iTunes

I upgraded my Mac over the weekend and finally installed Leopard. The whole process was simple and went off without a hitch — I thought. This morning I downloaded a few new programs from the App Store, plugged in my iPhone to sync.

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Apple Screen of Death

I was getting the Apple Screen of Death repeatedly on my phone last night, so I had to do a complete restore. This morning I was confronted with this: Nice way to start a Saturday.

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Steve Jobs Promises Fix for App Crashes

According to AppleInsider, the problem with third party apps crashing the iPhone is "a known iPhone bug that is being fixed in the next software update in September". Let's hope thats true.

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Too many apps causes "Apple Screen of Death"

My iPhone died 12 hours ago, resulting in a frozen Apple logo that is now termed the "Apple Screen of Death". Doing a hard reboot (holding down both the home and sleep keys) didn't work -- and iTunes failed to recognize it, making a complete restore impossible.

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Problems with iPhone blamed on Infineon Chip, Software fix rumored

According to Business Week, there is a single cause for all the problems that have plagued the initial launch of iPhone 2.0: the german Infineon Chip Set. "Faulty software on the chip causes problems when the iPhone needs to switch from wireless networks that allow for faster Web downloads to slower ones", the magazine said.

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Problems with iPhone applications closing abruptly

Since picking up my iPhone three days ago, I've been blown away by the UI and all the applications available for the phone. I've never had a phone that was so easy to use and so powerful at the same time.

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