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IOS

Submission + - TorChat Client for iOS on the Apple App Store (apple.com)

An anonymous reader writes: Looks like TorChat is coming to the App Store, Apple approved an app called "iTorChat" yesterday. I was waiting for that to happen for a while. I am sure that a lot of Slashdot users are waiting for something like that on their Apple devices too. Such a thing was simply not available, even if you went the Jailbreak route.
IOS

Submission + - TorChat client for iOS approved by Apple (apple.com)

An anonymous reader writes: I know that there are a lot of people waiting for TorChat on their iPhone, so i just wanted to let you know that there is a client which was approved by Apple on the App Store called "iTorChat".
Blackberry

Submission + - BlackBerry 10: AWESOME. If the hardware matches it, RIM jobs are safe (theregister.co.uk)

An anonymous reader writes: The Register has a BlackBerry 10 preview up. "BlackBerry users have a love-hate relationship with their phones. The devices were often forced upon users rather than chosen. At the same time, the handhelds were the most usable and useful communications gadgets you could put in your pocket.", however for a publication with an open pro-Microsoft bias, the review is surprisingly positive and it goes on to look at BB10's hub feature, "utilitarian" and efficient compared to Windows Phones which shows "style and novelty" whilst being "a bit limiting", BlackBerry's feature may actually improve the system rather than detracting. With BlackBerry providing a QT environment (compatible with Sailfish we discussed earlier) and having managed to maintain BB's 3rd place in the Mobile OS market, it looks like there may be a chance of a real three way competition between QT, Android and iOS in the mobile market.

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