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Sunday, September 19, 2010

The first UK cycle journey planning app has been placed on iTunes by Bike Hub, the levy fund. It also locates bike shops.

Bike Hub, the UK bicycle industry’s levy fund, has developed an iPhone app that plans cycle journeys and locates nearest bike shops. The app uses mapping from OpenCycleMap and bike-specific routing from Cyclestreets.net.

iPhone cycle app GPS

Read More www.bikebiz.com


Saturday, September 18, 2010

According to Scott Moritz from The Street, Apple probably has a fix for the iPhone 4 antenna issue.

The company told its manufacturing partners to alter the iPhone production process to include an internal component that will insulate the defective antenna connection that has disrupted the phone’s signal reception, according to people close to Apple’s suppliers. And at least one analyst noted that the sudden change in iPhone availability from a week to three weeks, was a potential sign of a production “transition.”

iPhone rumors

Read More www.allnewsmac.com


Justin.tv is quickly expanding its mobile capabilities with a new iPhone app that will allow its users to broadcast or view video from its live streaming site. The release comes just two weeks after it introduced its first live mobile streaming app for Android, and includes some iPhone-specific features that could set it apart from other mobile streaming apps already on the market.

Read More newteevee.com


Finally a word from Uncle Steve:

The latest version of the iOS 4.1 is coming soon for all major Apple devices. In one of the press conferences, Apple CEO – Steve Jobs, sifted through a number of still images and talked a little about the upcoming goodies in the new OS. It is hoped that above all other things, Apple will resolve existing issues through the OTA update.

Read More www.toptechreviews.net


The Commodore 64 emulator application for iPhone was pulled from the App Store by Apple in September 2009 for leaving its BASIC interpreter intact and accessible via a backdoor hack. This week, the app has returned after some rework by its creator, Manomio — with BASIC included.

iPhone vintage apps

Read More www.cultofmac.com


The traditional education system seems to be paving the way for a fresher flexible method of studying. Teachers have been coming up with innovative ways to blend in fun and studies to grab the student’s attention.

iPhone apss

Read More www.mobiletor.com


Friday, September 17, 2010

So, having an iPhone 4 doesn’t make you feel that exclusive any more since everyone and their uncle already owns one? Why not make your stand out from the crowd with the NES controller iPhone 4 decal?

Read More www.ubergizmo.com


Apple is still posting a 3-week delay on all online iPhone 4 orders despite what Rakesh describes as a “modest” 5% to 10% increase recently in the device’s production rate. Checks with his sources in the Apple supply chain suggest another 10% to 15% increase scheduled for calendar Q4—just in time for the holiday rush.

Read More tech.fortune.cnn.com


As Apple prepares to unleash its new AirPlay and AirPrint wireless standards this fall, details on the technology and what functionality it might gain in the future were detailed in a plethora of patent applications revealed this week.

Read More www.appleinsider.com


Guinness has launched what it calls the ultimate Arthur’s Day iPhone app that includes a countdown clock, geo-located photo-based toasts and a friend finder to mark the auspicious anniversary of Guinness at 17.59pm GMT on 23 September.

Read More www.siliconrepublic.com


Hsu Wei-chun stood in line for seven hours Thursday to be the first person to receive Apple Inc.‘s iPhone 4 at a Chunghwa Telecom sales event that kicked off at midnight in Taipei.

“It was a surprise to me because I thought others would have gotten there already, ” the die-hard Apple fan told reporters early Friday after waiting since 5 p.m. the previous evening.

Read More focustaiwan.tw


Thursday, September 16, 2010

I am not the sort of person to pack a wallet with a bunch of photos, business cards, and general junk until it’s so swollen you can’t even sit on it. I like thin wallets that go in the front pocket and the only things I take with me are a single car key, my iPhone, and my wallet when I leave the house.

iPhone accessories

Read More www.slipperybrick.com


Most “premium” car chargers for iPhone and iPod are defined merely by the fact that they have a more sophisticated look than their generic ten or twenty dollar counterparts. But Griffin Technology’s AutoPilot is a premium car charger in a very real sense: not only does it offer aux-in (generally the highest quality car audio attainable from your iPhone or iPod) for those users whose car stereos support it, it also includes basic playback buttons right on the head of the charger itself.

Read More www.beatweek.com


A growing number of new speaker docks for the iPhone and iPod Touch are taking advantage of those devices’ ability to wirelessly stream music via Bluetooth. The latest such dock comes from XtremeMac with its new Tango TRX.

Read More www.macworld.com


case-mate®, creating the world’s most innovative accessories that protect, adorn and enhance mobile technology, today unveiled three new accessories for the iPhone 4 including Pop!, Hula, and ‘DIY.’ 

“Focusing on fashion and design ingenuity, case-mate strives to continually roll out innovative products,” said Shashi Reddy, founder and CEO of case-mate.  “The launch of these three new accessories offer consumers the option to customize, protect and adorn in style.”

Read More www.prnewswire.com


In the world of iPhone Accessories, there’s lots to choose from. Everything from holsters, to silicone cases to ruggedized cases, chances are if you need something to protect (or show off) your beloved iOS-powered device, there’s something for you. With that in mind, I came across something the other day that was not only quite unique, but extremely stylish and one-of-a-kind as well. iPhone users looking to take their device to another level… keep reading.

Read More www.intomobile.com


from Newzoo, a German research firm, has found that Apple’s iOS devices are popular among a large number of U.S. gamers.

According to the survey, there are 40.1 million iOS gamers, which use the iPhone, iPod touch, or the iPad, in the United States. By comparison, there are 41 million Nintendo DS and DSi gamers aged 10 years and older. And the Sony PSP is used by just 18 million Americans.

Read More www.mobileburn.com


Tuesday, September 14, 2010

The recent iPhone and iPod update to iOS 4.1 has created quality problems with built-in car audio systems that owners describe as “scratchy, crackly” and bringing periodic micro-dropouts, according to reports on various sites including Apple’s own discussion forums. The problem seems to affect several different makes of automobile and models of iPhone and iPod Touch that are connected to various receivers via USB.

Read More www.macnn.com


Kensington debuted some cool new iPhone 4 compatible accessories this week and among the new products was the AssistOne Handsfree Car Device with Voice Activation. That is a long name and the device is a car mount with some really cool functions.

iPhone

Read More www.slashgear.com


The Windows Live Messenger iPhone App has been updated. Since launch, the Messenger app has reached #1 in the iTunes app marketplace at some point in time in over 50 countries, and has had nearly 7 million downloads worldwide.

Read More www.liveside.net


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