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Opera Software’s plans to beef up its browser so that Adobe Flash Player-like functionality will be intrinsic to the program are a move in the right direction. At present, Web developers have no consistent way to deliver media-rich content to the unlimited variety of platforms and browsers used by surfers worldwide.
Using client- and server-side scripting, Web developers can divine which browser and operating system a user is running, but that’s of little help.
read it here infoworld
I just stumbled upon this site called toboc.com where the iPhone is offered for sale. The price is 250 USD and the minimum order quantity is 3 pieces.
How can this be real? Steve, if you read this, call you legal department.
With Apple (AAPL) set to release the iPhone on June 29, accessories makers are readying new products, anticipating that the smartphone’s market could grow as big as the iPod’s.
read it here businessweek
Apple Inc has just updated their entire web site with a new look. The new look resembles the new design of OSX Leopard.
I like it very much, just have a look at the new iPhone photos here apple
Each January, Apple CEO Steve Jobs takes the stage at San Francisco’s Moscone Center for the MacWorld conference’s keynote presentation. Rumors often fly weeks in advance as industry pundits and Apple fans alike speculate on what, if any, new products the company will unveil.
read it here forbes
M:Metrics released results today from its Benchmark Survey surrounding consumer awareness and intention to purchase the iPhone. The measurement firm found that 56% of British and 64% of American mobile phone users were aware of the iPhone.
In the United States, where the device will launch first, 14% of those who had heard about the iPhone reported they would be highly interested in buying one.
read it here wirelessweek
Engadget has photo evidence of an iPhone in the wild! The sighting occurred on CalTrain, a commuter rail known to be heavily trafficked by Apple employees traveling between San Francisco and the company’s Cupertino headquarters. According to the eyewitness, this is no fake: The guy using the phone was seen flipping through songs as we’ve all seen it done in demos.
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British hi-tech firm Omnifone is offering the MusicStation service which gives subscribers unlimited access to music for a weekly fee.
It allows customers to download tracks from a library of one million songs through their subscriber abled phone devices.
read it here gizmonistas.wordpress
A new third-party development project has been spawned with the hopes of creating a highly desirable, currently missing (as far as we know) function for the iPhone: an SSH client. The “Hull Project” lays out these goals for the client:
* to provide an easy-to-install solution on your server to allow secure shell access to your machine
* to provide an access as close as possible to a real ssh client.
* to provide an interface aligned with the “standard” Apple iPhone applications
read it here iphoneatlas
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