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Tuesday, November 02, 2010

If you are an iPhone user, the chances are that you’re not up early enough to be reading this story.

And that’s because a similar bug that plagued antipodean iPhone users when their clocks changed in September has hit European users, albeit in the reverse manner.

Read More www.pocket-lint.com


The owners of the iPhone or iPod touch from Apple will have the opportunity from 2 November to watch the full schedule of Germany’s most-watched commercial general interest channel RTL using an app running on Apple’s devices.

Read More www.rapidtvnews.com


Average monthly online usage by smartphone users will exceed 700MB by 2015, study says

The iPhone leads the pack when it comes to using the Web over mobile devices, according to a new study released today by Informa Telecoms & Media.

Read More www.infoworld.com


we’ve got some more exciting Pico-Projector news. There are reports that Optoma is set to release a new pico-projector called the Neo-i. This will actually be an iPod/iPhone dock (top-mounted) with a 50-lumens 854x480 DLP projector and two 8-Watt speakers. This will be one of the brightest pico-projectors around. The Neo-i also includes an HDMI input. And will ship this month for $450.

iPhone accessories - pico projector style=

Read More www.picoprojector-info.com


Sunday, October 31, 2010

We all love being old school, which we think is awesome, but with the accelerated change and developments in technology, we have to stay updated with the latest available technology.
So, for you people in the house who like being old fashioned and being updated with the newest of the technology available, this product is especifically for you. The product being offered here is the iPhone portable Amplifier for the iPhone 4 only and not the 3G or the 3GS model.

iPhone accessories - horn amp

Read More www.walyou.com


Saturday, October 30, 2010

Above and beyond all the things Apple is known for, it’s there exploration of new materials to use for their consumer hardware that has impressed me the most. While most companies are still using black shiny finger print magnet plastic for their products, Apple has switched nearly their entire lineup to devices made out of glass and aluminum.

Read More www.intomobile.com


Now there’s another reason to update your iPhone when Apple releases the iOS 4.2 firmware this November. The company has stated they are aware of the passcode lock security flaw and will issue a fix with the update. It’s not clear whether or not Apple had the fix on their radar before reports about the security hole hit the web this week.

Read More www.iphonefaq.org


Apple said on Tuesday that it would delay release of its eagerly anticipated white iPhone again, this time until next spring. The latest version of the popular handset, the iPhone 4, was released in June, but the white model was delayed first to July, then to the end of the year and now to early next year.

Read More www.cnbc.com


A new IDC report shows strong iPhone sales have pushed Apple past Research in Motion, making the iPhone-maker the world’s fourth-largest mobile phone seller in the third quarter of 2010.

According to IDC’s Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker, Apple’s record quarter was enough to land it a fourth-place spot on the list of global mobile phone vendors, behind Nokia, Samsung and LG Electronics.

Read More www.appleinsider.com


Wednesday, October 27, 2010

You probably aren’t still using a cassette player. But those who own an iPhone 4 and feel nostalgic can take a look at the Retro Cassette Tape Case. This silicone cover mimics one 90-minute tape and even comes with a cassette case (yes, a case that has its own case, mind-boggling) that doubles as a stand. It is available from Allputer.com for US$38.95.

iPhone cassette case

Read More asia.cnet.com


Adorama, one of America’s premier photography and consumer electronics resellers and iPad and iPhone accessory headquarters, announces today the new Flashpoint iBoard Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard for the iPad, iPhone 4.0, iPod Touch and any Mac computers*. In addition to normal keyboard functions, this App-controlled mobile keyboard also provides convenient shortcuts which allow users to quickly and easily open their favorite Apps and Websites.

Read More www.prweb.com


ASUS and Garmin today formally declared the end of their phone partnership but left room for collaboration and for expansion of Garmin’s smartphone efforts to the iPhone and other platforms. Under the new deal, ASUS will make phones by itself in the future but will use Garmin GPS apps on its Android phones for “a couple of years,” according to ASUS’ mobile lead Benson Lin.

Read More www.electronista.com


Audi will also release its iPhone Car Monitor app that allows Audi owners to monitor, track and analyze the performance of their vehicles. Custom illuminated floor mats and a wireless iPod and iPhone charger will also be part of Audi’s stand at SEMA.

Read More www.autoweek.com


If you’ve put a password lock on your new iPhone 4 or for that matter any iPhone with the latest iOS 4.1 firmware installed, then take note that it doesn’t stop intruders from accessing your phonebook contacts or photos.

Read More www.gizmocrunch.com


Saturday, October 23, 2010

AT&T’s third quarter earnings were on target with estimates as the company activated a record 5.2 million iPhones amid a total of 8 million smartphones.

The company reported third quarter earnings of $12.3 billion, or $2.08 a share, on revenue of $31.6 billion, up 2.8 percent from a year ago (statement).

Read More www.zdnet.com


Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Electric Pocket has released SpookyTones, a Halloween version of its MailTones app. SpookyTones gives iPhone users a collection of distinctive Halloween email alert sounds. Rather than the bland default email alert tone, iPhone users can now pick a new email tone from the scary tones included in SpookyTones. From cackles to thumps and bumps, SpookyTones will let you know when you’ve got mail and who it’s from.

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MailTones, by Electric Pocket, enables iPhone users to change the email alert tone and set different tones for email messages, based on information about the sender or message subject. The company has just released an update to MailTones with even more tones to choose from and a polished, more professional look with full support for retina screen displays.


MailTones on iPhone has been a big hit, especially among professionals who now have a way of using rule-based email filters popular on more messaging-centric smartphone platforms. This enable users to distinguish high priority emails from their boss or spouse or receive custom “pager style” alerts to messages which require immediate attention. The app enables users to set a tone for a specific contact, or one for all incoming emails from a specific domain – making it easy to recognize incoming emails from work colleagues or customers. MailTones can also filter and provide custom tones for messages which include specific words in the Subject line.

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Russian spies have traditionally faded into obscurity, embracing the aura of mystery surrounding the KGB. But not those deported from the United States earlier this year in a classic Cold War spy swap.

iPhone apps - Anna Chapman

Read More www.csmonitor.com


Mercedes entered the race to integrate Pandora and other streaming-media applications with its Media Interface Plus (MIP) accessory, enabling users to control smartphone music apps through its vehicle infotainment systems. But how much functionality you get with MIP depends on the device you’re using.

iPhone apps - Mercedes Pandora

Read More reviews.cnet.com


Cooler Master is mostly known for its line of cool computer cases. The company has unveiled a new external battery pack that is designed to give extra run time to just about any portable device that uses USB to charge. The product is called the Choiix Power Fort 5.5 Whr.

iPhone accessories Choiix Power Fort

Read More www.slashgear.com


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