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Today Opera is challenging Apple directly in building an Opera browser iPhone app they they claim is better and faster than Safari. 

Their claim that Opera is shown by a video produced by them comparing the two browsers on an iPhone 3G using the EDGE 2G network.  They claim that Opera can load 5 pages while Safari loads one.

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Microsoft has recently announced and launched an updated version of their Bing search app for Apple's iPhone.   It might seem ironic that Microsoft is producing iPhone apps for the rival Apple's mobile platform.  We think it is just good business.  

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There's no shortage of iPhone app review websites out there, and plenty of them are pretty desperately in need of a cash inflow. On the other hand, there's no shortage of iPhone apps out there, and application developers need attention to be spent on their apps in order to recuperate their costs.

Unfortunately, when these two things mix, it's a recipe for corruption.

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When Apple removed more than 5,000 applications from the iPhone store last week deemed “too sexy” to be distributed on its wildly popular handheld devices, internet pundits were quick to cry “CENSORSHIP!” – that age-old clarion call that supposedly heralds the beginning of the end of the freedom of information that supposedly underpins the internet. Tech blogs around the world called it the first step down a slippery slope, and commentators on blogs like Techcrunch and Mashable stated their belief that the move would end Apple in court.

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  No sexy people are allowed on Apple’s iPhone / iTouch / iPad platform any more.  Everything has just been banned. 


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  Everyone knows how wonderful the apps are for their iPhones and the more, you have the better off you are. But that also means you're dishing out money that maybe you could be spending somewhere else. These days we all can stand to save a little money. Because of that, listed below are some pretty cool apps, all of which are free of charge. 

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Don’t you just hate it when you get something in your head that you can’t write down? Some people opt for a set of post-its next to them at all times. Others try the mental memory method. But post its and memories both seem to fly away when writers need it most, leaving most of us regretting that we didn’t have a way to record our thoughts. But today there are some tremendously useful and inexpensive applications for the iPhone that will help writers of all types and in all genres be better at their craft – especially those who are on a starving artist budget.

21 Points

Offering literally thousands of applications designed to increase your productivity, the iPhone can also be a valuable tool to help you take a break from this fast-paced, technology-driven world.  Here we examine fsome of the most useful iPhone applications for yoga enthusiasts looking to find their center on the go or at home.

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