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Design Quality Apps With This Free Video Tutorial Course [Freebie]

Design Quality Apps With This Free Video Tutorial Course [Freebie]

Looking to design an app that gets the attention of those shopping in the iTunes Store? Today’s Cult of Mac Deals offer consists of a free video tutorial that explains important aspects of design – aspectx that propel apps ahead of the competition.

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In Russia, iTunes Store Is Now (Accidentally) Serving Up Porn

In Russia, iTunes Store Is Now (Accidentally) Serving Up Porn

Our friend Aleksandr Piterman of Ukranian iPhone has emailed us to point out what appears to be an amusing and saucy bug in the recently-launched Russian iTunes store: iTunes is now offering porn to users. Pictures below the fold (NSFW!)

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Hells Bells! AC/DC Brings Its Entire Back Catalog To The iTunes Store

Hells Bells! AC/DC Brings Its Entire Back Catalog To The iTunes Store

Now on iTunes.

AC/DC is one of the highest-grossing bands of all time, but until today, you would have struggled to find their music in digital form via any legal means. Why? They were one of the last great iTunes holdout bands, refusing to sell their music online in order to preserve the hallowed “album” format. Looks like they finally realized the battle’s lost, though. Now the Australian hard rockers have finally released their entire back catalog to the iTunes Store.

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You Can Now Download Apple’s iPhone 5 Keynote In HD Via iTunes

You Can Now Download Apple’s iPhone 5 Keynote In HD Via iTunes

Relive it all in HD.

I started streaming the iPhone 5 keynote from Apple’s website this morning, but soon switched it off when I realized it would have looked better on VHS. Thankfully, the entire thing can now be downloaded in high-definition from the iTunes Store — for free.

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Apple Brings iTunes Match To Hungary And Poland

Apple Brings iTunes Match To Hungary And Poland

iTunes Match expands its reach across Europe.

iTunes Match has expanded its reach in Europe today as Apple brings the music matching service to Hungary and Poland more than 18 months after it made its debut in the United States. The Cupertino company is yet to add these countries to its iTunes Match availability page, but users report that the service is now appearing in iTunes.

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FireCore Brings Trakt.tv Integration To aTV Flash (Black) For Apple TV [Jailbreak]

FireCore Brings Trakt.tv Integration To aTV Flash (Black) For Apple TV [Jailbreak]

Everyone should have aTV Flash on their Apple TV.

One of the reasons most of us jailbreak our Apple TV is to install aTV Flash (black), a terrific piece of software from FireCore that adds a ton of incredible features to your set-top box. In its latest update, aTV Flash delivers a number of features, including trakt.tv integration for those who never know what to watch.

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Why PayPal, Amazon, and Apple Are The Leaders In Mobile Payments

Why PayPal, Amazon, and Apple Are The Leaders In Mobile Payments

Despite new technologies for mobile payments, customers trust familiar companies like Apple.

PayPal, Amazon, and Apple are leading the mobile payment market according to IDC. The research company released the results of a business strategy study that focused on new and emerging payment technologies. The 2012 study is eighth year that IDC has conducted the survey, but it is the first year where mobile payments were a major focus.

While many efforts are underway to develop new payment technologies, many of them based around NFC, most new technologies have yet to catch on with consumers.

Overall mobile payments, however, are catching on with consumers. IDC reports that the number of individuals making mobile payments has doubled since last year’s report and that one-third (33%) of consumers have made some form of mobile payment. The data also shows that the mobile payments market is being led established players and existing technologies.

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Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview Now Available To Rent From iTunes Store In U.S.

Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview Now Available To Rent From iTunes Store In U.S.

The “lost” Steve Jobs interview has now been found in iTunes.

Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview has made its way to the iTunes Store and is now available to rent more than six months after a sample of the video was teased online. The one-hour, 15-minute video can be rented now for just $3.99, but it’s only available to those in the United States.

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Apple TV Follows iTunes Store To Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore & Vietnam

Apple TV Follows iTunes Store To Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore & Vietnam

The Apple TV expands its reach in Asia.

Following the launch of the iTunes Store in an additional twelve Asian countries earlier today, Apple has also begun selling the Apple TV in a number of these territories, too. The set-top box is now available in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, and Vietnam.

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Apple Brings The iTunes Store To 12 Additional Countries In Asia Today

Apple Brings The iTunes Store To 12 Additional Countries In Asia Today

The iTunes Store extends its reach across Asia today.

Just days after opening the App Store to 32 additional countries, Apple released a press release this morning to announce that the iTunes Store is also extending its reach to another nine countries in Asia today, including Hong Kong, Singapore, and Taiwan.

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