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  • Jagged Little Pill (Acoustic)

    • 6 out of 10
    • Alanis Morissette
    • Ten years after the original release, comes the traditional celebratory acoustic re-recording. The album has held up remarkably well. While it is not as meaningful to me as it was when I was sixteen,
  • Go Away White

    • 10 out of 10
    • Bauhaus
    • Go Away White is an album I've been waiting more than 20 years to hear, and the good news is that it was worth the wait.  The latest -- and last, no...for real this time -- album from

  • Stadium Arcadium

    • 8 out of 10
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    • What? Only four stars, you stingy bastard? I'm asking myself the same question, so let me explain myself to myself... If I compare the new

  • Machine Gun Etiquette

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  • Trouble

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    • Ray LaMontagne
    • At first, Ray LaMontagne might strike you as just another breathy-voiced knockoff of folk/rock guitarists like John Mayer and Jack Johnson. But he's actually got a better voice than either, he tell

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iPO Quick Tip

iPhone OS 3.0: Searching with Spotlight

One of the new features in iPhone OS 3.0 that should make finding things on your iPhone or iPod touch easier is Spotlight. It's easy to use, and while Apple worked to make the system-wide search feature easy to use, most new users have to spend a little time searching for Spotlight before they can looking for files and songs on their device.

To access Spotlight on the iPhone or iPod touch, swipe once to the right from the first Home screen. You can also tap the Home button once from the first Home screen to get at Spotlight. Search results start appearing as you type, so in many cases you'll be able to find what you need with only a key taps.

iPhone OS 3.0's search feature

Flicking up or down on the results list hides the keyboard so you can scroll through long search lists. Just tap a result to jump right to the item.

Spotlight searching on the iPhone and iPod touch can find email messages, songs and videos, events, contacts, notes, and file names. It doesn't, however, look inside files like PDFs for content.

Flick up or down to scroll through search results

Spotlight searching is available with iPhone OS 3.0, which is free a free upgrade for iPhone owners, or US$9.95 for iPod touch owners. For information on preparing for the update, check out TMO's iPhone OS 3.0 Upgrade Guide.

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