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AddAussie Toyotas not playing nice with iPhones

A relatively recent build of Apple's iOS 4.1 is apparently to blame for connectivity issues between a host of Australian-market Toyotas. The software update, which was released last September and installed on the iPhone, iPod Touch and sixth-generation iPod Nano, won't connect with 2009 and 2010 model-year Corolla, Yaris, LandCruiser, HiLux, Prius and Kluger models. Naturally, Bluetooth streaming and the 3.5mm headphone jack aren't affected, but when the device is plugged-in with Apple's proprie

11Review: Real Racing 2 for iOS

Real Racing 2: Review - Click above for high-res image gallery

36Brabus hearts Apple, launches iBusiness luxury sedan

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17Video: BMW's iDrive gets improved iPod functionality

BMW's iDrive features for the iPod – Click above to watch video after the jump

15Skobbler first totally free turn-by-turn navigation app for iPhone

Skobbler has introduced a completely free, turn-by-turn navigation app for the iPhone, with one new and unusual detail: you help play the role of cartographer. Sort of like Linux for thoroughfares, you download the Skobbler app and then use CloudMade, a community-sourced mapping to add "hyperlocal" detail to the map, which Skrobbler then updates on its servers. The more information gets added by community mappers, the more detailed and up-to-date the instructions are available to the nav-app's u

7There's an app for the Rolls-Royce Ghost

If we're playing the odds game, chances are you don't own a Rolls-Royce Ghost. It's okay. Neither do we. At the same time, there's a good possibility that there's either an iPhone or iPod touch on your person as you read this, which means you can now come a little closer to the dream of Ghost ownership via a brand-new app from Rolls-Royce. The company has answered the call of the masses by providing the world with a mobile Ghost configurator. Now you can wow your friends and waste time by flippi

8Steering wheel for the... iPhone?

CTA Digital iPod steering wheel -- Click above to view the video after the jump

7Ford uses iPhone to (sorta) promote Flex

Ford's latest promotion for the Flex really has nothing at all to do with the Blue Oval's big crossover, but it's still cool. Available for iPhone and iPod touch users, the Flex Photo Lab is free and allows Apple gadget owners to do things like adjust the brightness, contrast, hue, and saturation of images, as well as add special effects like add glowing lines or kaleidoscopic effects to photographs. What's the connection between a big station wagon and photo retouching software? Both are intend

6Jaguar moves XF onto iPhone

The Apple iPhone has been on everyone's wish list since it hit the streets this summer. Jaguar is using its web marketing savvy to piggy-back Apple's success by offering a new XF magazine made specifically for its touch-screen devices (don't forget the iPod Touch). Owners can go to jxfphone.com (it works for PC and MAC also) to view pics, rich-looking videos, and plenty of marketing info on the new four-wheeled feline. It works great on the iPhone, and with lots of new touch-enabled mobile phone

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