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SaudiMac Team’s Best of 2010 List: Dr. Mahmoud Al-Johani

It has been a wonderful year, iPad, New iPhone and more wonderful apps covering a wide range of life aspects. Some apps I love using them that make my life easier while others proudly made it into my trash!. It is important to know that when selecting an app that you are going to depend on whether in work or ...

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Skype 3.0 for iPhone adds Video Calls

Skype was updated to finally include the ability to make video skype calls over Wi-Fi and 3G. Now there’s a decent alternative for FaceTime in the middle east. Skype 3.0 features are: Make Skype to Skype video calls on WiFi and 3G* Call Skype desktop users (Mac OS X or Windows) and other iPhone users. Two-way video calls supported on ...

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Arab Computers’ Mac and iPod Offers in Saudi Arabia

Arab Computers has announced new prices for a variety of Apple products including MacBooks and iPods in Saudi Arabia. Students get an additional %5 discount on Macs as well. The new prices, including Apple’s US prices for contrast, are the following: MacBook Air 11-inch with 64GB for 4,290 SR (US price is $999) MacBook 13-inch 2.4Ghz from 4,490 SR to ...

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Angry Birds Updated with 15 Levels, Mighty Eagle

Angry Birds for the iPhone and Angry Birds HD for the iPad were updated last week. The update adds 15 new levels and the ability to skip a level by acquiring a Mighty Eagle using in-app-purchases. Angry Birds 1.5.0 and Angry Birds HD 1.5.0 features are: A new badlands theme with 15 new levels A new golden egg Ability to ...

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Apple Updates Remote iOS App with AirPlay Video

Apple has released a new update for the Remote app. Remote is used to control iTunes and Apple TV remotely from iOS devices. This update includes fixes and AirPlay video support. Here’s what’s new in Remote 2.1: AirPlay video support to control iTunes on your computer to stream videos to an Apple TV Internet radio control to play thousands of ...

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Apple TV Sales Expected To Reach 1 Million This Week

Apple has announced that by the end of this week Apple would have sold 1 million Apple TVs (second generation). Apple never announced the number of first generation Apple TVs, so it’s easy to assume that the Apple TV second generation is doing a lot better than the first one. Here is Apple’s press release: New Apple TV Sales to ...

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Top Gear iPad and iPhone Games Released

BBC Worldwide has released 2 games based on the channel’s popular car show, Top Gear. The games are available for the iPhone and iPad. The first game is Where’s Stig, similar to Where’s Waldo you need to find the mysterious Stig. It’s available for the iPad and iPhone. The second game is Stunt School, a stunt simulation game. It’s also ...

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Apple Releases iPhoto 9.1.1 Update

Apple has updated iPhoto ’11 to fix some bugs yesterday. iPhoto ’11 is part of Apple’s iLife ’11 set of Mac apps. The update adds new email options to iPhoto ’11. It also improves overall stability and addresses a number of other minor issues. Specific fixes include: Adds a preference allowing photos to be emailed using an external email application ...

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Funny BBC Skit About Apple and Blackberry [video]

This BBC comedy skit plays on the words Apple, Blackberry and others. It is performed by comedians Harry Enfield and Ronnie Corbett. On this funny note we celebrate SaudiMac English Edition’s 1000th post. Last week we had the Arabic Edition’s 1000th post as well. I’d like to take this quick moment to thank you all for your support. Here’s the ...

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SaudiMac Team’s Best of 2010 List: Mazen Al-Angary

I have been wanting to write a list of my favorite apps on both the iPhone and iPad, plus I have been asked so many times about my favorite applications on iOS devices. So I thought that the best time would be before the end of the year, since some of those app might be on sale, making it a ...

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