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Review: iVideocamera for iPhone – video recording for iPhone 2G and iPhone 3G

Few weeks ago Apple has opened the floodgates and, all of a sudden, started approving apps that allow for video recording also on iPhone 2G and iPhone 3G phones – a feature until recently possibly only on iPhone 3GS. As side effect of this opening, many apps were created that allow for video recording with special effects also on iPhone 3GS…

While there are many apps that allow for video recording on iPhones older than 3GS, some of them even free, here we are reviewing the first app, which had managed to get through the floodgates and that was the one that benefited financially the most from this opening: iVideocamera:

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Google Buzz on your mobile

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We quickly discussed the potential for Google Buzz on our most recent podcast after it was implemented into Googlemail yesterday. It’ doesn’t stop there as you can see in this typically friendly Google video. The impact does have the potential to upset the Facebook grasp and is a attractive Android addition. Whilst it’s available for the iPhone and Windows Mobile it seems that it will be central to the Android platform and for good reason. The whole Buzz thing makes a great deal more sense that Google Wave and seems to really serve a purpose. In the long run it will probably embed the features of Wave and become almost an operating system in itself. Check after the break for the video:

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Mobiletech Addicts Podcast 58

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You’re going to see one of these posts each week now!

As new co-hosts, Matt and myself recorded the mobiletechaddicts podcast last night, with Gareth and Andy.

If you fancy listening to us having a serious chat about recent mobile news (and also some not so serious!) then head over to mobiletechaddicts.com where you can download the podcast or be directed to iTunes. If you have an iPhone or iPod Touch you may also want to download the mobiletechaddicts app!

Next weeks podcast should be a super good one as we will record it once Gareth and I return from Mobile World Congress. I hope I may have a better microphone by then too!

 

Posted by: James

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T-Mobile HD2 to have multitouch?

htc_hd2_multitouch_thumb Looks like the HD2 is going to be a champ Stateside as the inclusion of multitouch will certainly attract a great deal more interest than without. After most networks simply don’t do it for average customers HTC must be making changes to try to shift this out the warehouse. I wonder if a firmware upgrade will be made available for those who have paid handsomely in Europe.

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How to enable Google Buzz in the UK?

buzz-logo News of Google’s latest new service seem to be everywhere this morning. I’m talking about Google Buzz. This new service aims to compete with the likes of Twitter and Facebook by adding social networking elements in to your existing GMail account.

Buzz automatically follows the people you email and chat with the most in Gmail without seting it up and you can share your ideas publicly or privately just like any other social network.

Buzz is not available to everyone yet, it seems that only our US friends have the BUZZ button added to their GMail accounts so far. Some people not in the US report having some success in enabling buzz by going in to their Google account settings and changing their language to English(US) and their location to USA. If you try this then remember to log out of Google, clear your cookies and then log back in. Does it work for you? I’ve not had any luck!

For the rest of us then, all we can do for now is buzz.google.com from your iPhone and Android handset to have a play with it.

 

Posted by: Matt

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