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Fandango lands on the iPad with slick universal app

Fandango has officially launched an iPad version of their successful iPhone movie show times and ticketing app. The universal app, which is optimized to run on both the iPad and iPhone, allows you to look up show times across America. Fandango, for those unfamiliar with the company, is America's leading movie ticketing service and has apps on almost every mobile platform imaginable. The Fandango...

A gallery of high-res Windows Phone 7 app screenshots

While I wasn't one of the handful of Chosen Ones to attend the Windows Phone 7 launch in London yesterday, I have been lucky enough to get my hands on some lovely screenshots of WP7 apps. So far, most major websites have only run photos-of-handsets, complete with skewed angles and glaring reflections. With these images, you can see what the interface of some big-name apps really look like --...

Comcast launches Fancast media portal

Comcast has launched Fancast, a new online media portal that's best described as an IMDB challenger with way more multimedia, and a generally less useful interface. Fancast does have some good ideas. You can type in the name of an actor, movie, TV show, or director and Fancast pulls up a biography, photos, and videos. You can also buy movie tickets through Comcast-owned Fandango or play "six...

Dev Chair : iPhone Safari and the rest of Web

iPhone day is upon us. Much has already been written about the iPhone despite the fact that only a handful of journalists have used it. One thing that is common among all reviews is the AT&T's EDGE network is slow. Perhaps it is faster now but EDGE is still no 3G. Earlier this month at WWDC, Jobs told Apple's developers to develop web applications for the iPhone instead of releasing a SDK....