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Is The iPhone Insecure?

iphone hackersWith its science fiction features and high-end price tag, Apple’s iPhone may be the ultimate executive toy.

All the uber-gadget lacks, according to some security professionals, is executive-level security. And that, they worry, makes the iPhone a hacker’s playground.“It seems Apple is releasing a device with no thought to enterprise security,” says Andrew Storms, director of operations of the computer security firm nCircle.

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Companies hang up on Apple’s iPhone compatibility

While millions of consumers are eagerly anticipating Apple Inc.‘s launch of its iPhone next week, Bill Caraher is bracing for the worst.

Mr. Caraher, technology director of von Briesen & Roper, a Milwaukee law firm, says he is being besieged by inquiries from employees wondering whether the office’s email system can be used with the device.

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Why Apple’s iPhone is Not the Next iPod

It would take a pretty technologically insular personality to be oblivious of the fact that Apple’s long awaited iPhone is to be released this month. Ever since the release of the iPod six years ago, Apple’s best advertising has come free of charge. It’s not surprising then that nowadays just about everyone seems to be talking about the company’s latest creation.

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iPhone accessories from Piel Frama

Looking for quality cases, look no further. They have a showcase of nice iPhone accessories.
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iPhone’s matching Bluetooth headset gets FCC approval

18 June 2007 - Apple’s Bluetooth headset, designed to complement the iPhone, has been given approval by the American FCC (Federal Communications Commission) to go on sale in the US.

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Apple announces iPhone now delivers up to 8 hours of talk time, new glass display

Talk about last minute upgrades: In a press release today, Apple has revealed a number of significant upgrades to both the iPhone’s battery life and touch screen.

Instead of what I believe was around 5 hours of video/talk and 16 hours of audio playback, Apple has updated the iPhone’s battery life rating to the following numbers: up to 8 hours talk time, a whopping 250 hours of standby (over 10 days), 6 hours of internet use, 7 hours of video playback and 24 hours of audio playback.

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iPhone tempts 7m Brits

Fifty-six per cent of Brits have heard of the iPhone and some 7 million of us are interested in getting one when the device launches in the UK.

Though the iPhone is due to go on sale on 29 June in the US, a UK launch date has yet to be announced and the product might not become available here until next year.

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Google CEO Shows off iPhone

Google CEO Eric Schmidt is a very smart guy. He’s is also absolutely giddy over his new iPhone. As a member of Apple’s board of directors, Schmidt got his very own iPhone and is anxious to show people. In this video (found via iPhone Alley), Schmidt shows off his iPhone at the World Economic Forum.

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19 Million Americans Interested in Buying iPhone

With the iPhone launch still over a week away, mobile market research firm M:Metrics reports that 19 million Americans have shown strong interest in purchasing the device.

“This data confirms that the iPhone has sparked the imaginations of consumers and is not merely a topic of conversation among insiders and technology enthusiasts,” said Mark Donovan, senior vice president and senior analyst, M:Metrics.

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Second third-party iPhone app: A shopping list

It only runs on Safari—and no one but Apple knows if it’ll actually run on the iPhone, because JavaScript support is still a mystery—but the first third-party application built with the iPhone in mind is freely available.

OneTrip, a simple JavaScript shopping list builder that runs only on Safari, was created by designer Neven Mrgan. You can download Safari here to test out the application.

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