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Friday, November 19, 2010

Over the past year, portable navigation devices (PNDs) have been a favorite target for both cellphone makers and mobile operating system providers. Google struck the first blow in Oct. 2009 with the release of free, turn-by-turn navigation software for phones that use its mobile platform, Android. A few months later, Nokia made its mobile navigation service free on select devices.

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Read More blogs.forbes.com


Thursday, November 18, 2010

Was Apple unwilling to bend to Google? Was it protecting partner AT&T’s revenues? Or was it just a power play for the fun of it? Regardless of the why, Tuesday Google Voice for the iPhone finally appeared in the iPhone app store and at least a few Web geeks (but arguably not the masses) rejoiced.

Read More blog.connectedplanetonline.com


Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Though Apple’s iPhone sales were “stellar” in the third quarter of 2010, Apple could have exceeded the record 13.5 million units it sold if more supply were available, research firm Gartner said Wednesday.

The company revealed its quarterly sales estimates two weeks after competitor IDC revealed that Apple had passed competitor Research in Motion to become the No. 4 global mobile phone company.

Read More www.appleinsider.com


Saturday, October 30, 2010

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


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


Friday, October 01, 2010

Luke Geissbühler and his children are hardly the first people to send a weather balloon up into space with an HD camera attached. But that doesn’t stop us from watching in awe every time we see a DIY craft go up and send back shaky footage of Earth’s blue atmosphere bleeding into the black void of space.

iPhone space travel HD cam iPhone 4 Photographer

Read More www.switched.com


Wednesday, September 29, 2010

DisplayMate has perform extensive testing of LCD, IPS-LCD in Apple’s iPhone 4, AMOLED (in Google’s Nexus-One phone) and the Super-AMOLED as used in Samsung’s Galaxy S phones. The bottom line is that the Super-AMOLED and IPS-LCD are both great displays, but they say that the iPhone’s display is the ultimate winner.

Read More www.oled-info.com


Monday, September 27, 2010

- Navmii launches NavFree: turn-by-turn GPS Navigation for iPhone & iPad as a free download from iTunes
- Available initially for UK & Ireland, USA and Europe to follow quickly
- First no cost, high quality, easy to use voiced navigation with OpenStreetMap data
- Maps stored on the phone – no mobile data charges. Navigate even when there is no mobile network coverage

Read More www.businesswire.com


Wednesday, September 22, 2010

For months, little news has surfaced about the police investigation into the sale last spring of a lost prototype iPhone 4. That may soon change.

Police investigating the events surrounding a prototype iPhone that went missing last spring have interviewed Apple CEO Steve Jobs.

Read More news.cnet.com


Sunday, September 19, 2010

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Thursday, September 16, 2010

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


Wednesday, September 08, 2010

There’s a new way to stay on top of the latest political developments this midterm election season.

“The idea is that this is your essential guide to daily political news,” says Chris Stirewalt, Fox News Digital Politics Editor, “to put power into peoples’ hands to give them the opportunity in this history making, nation shaping election, to have the tools at hand so that they can really understand and add to the depth of their experience.”

Read More politics.blogs.foxnews.com


Monday, September 06, 2010

Even before Steve Jobs announced the fourth generation of the iPhone, people had confirmed the phone would ship with two cameras: a standard one on the back for taking pictures and a second one on the front for something more novel: mobile video chat.

Read More gigaom.com


Thursday, September 02, 2010

Yesterday, at the Apple music event in San Francisco, I had a short chat with Apple CEO Steve Jobs, as he strolled through the demo room for the media, just after he had announced various updates for the iPod, Apple TV and iTunes onstage.

Read More kara.allthingsd.com


The iPhone 4’s epic launch of 1.7 million units sold globally in 3 days was largely overshadowed by the numerous problems afflicting the phone. Foremost is the phone’s antenna problems, which make its most basic functionality – making phone calls – troublesome for some users. Apple’s solution thus far has been to tell current generation purchasers to live with the issues and to give them a free case, which insulates the phone in order to prevent signal disruption.

Read More www.dailytech.com


Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Google will release an iPhone version of its currently Android-based Google Goggles app by the end of the year, Google executives said Monday.
In a presentation at the Hot Chips conference at Stanford University, David Petrou, a project lead of Google Goggles, described the future of Goggles.

Read More news.yahoo.com


Naturally, despite the recent launch of the iPhone 4, I’ve already began speculating about what to expect from Apple’s next invention, the iPhone 5. We’ve already had the rumour that the next handset will work as an electronic wallet, which would be very cool indeed, but what else could Apple do to make it extra special?

Rather than trying to guess specifications, I’m going to make a list of things I’d like to see on the next handset, enjoy!

Read More www.dialtosave.co.uk


I almost always lug around my DSLR when travelling more than a few miles away from home. I often bring it to family functions, out to dinner, weddings and and other events. But as you can imagine, the giant rig isn’t always the right tool for the job and I sometimes substitue my Canon S90, a remarkable point and shoot. But I haven’t used the Canon S90 once since I got my iPhone 4.

Read More www.gottabemobile.com


A recent Facebook blog post estimated that there were over 150 million Facebook users interacting with the service via their mobile devices.

It now appears the company were a little conservative in their estimates, with figures from the official application pages of the Facebook clients on different smartphones showing that the total was a lot higher than what was quoted.

Read More thenextweb.com


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