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Tuesday, February 08, 2011

Interview Steve Wozniak loves computers. He really loves computers.

Apple’s cofounder is currently using six in-car navigation systems, trying to decide which one plots the best route, and he carries as many as six cell phones. Each time one of his handsets is spotted in public, it generates fresh buzz among those desperate to find hidden meanings, to see how far Woz has strayed from the path of the sacred iPhone.

Read More www.theregister.co.uk


The highly anticipated white iPhone 4 which has popped up everywhere from the Vodafone Germany website to AT&T’s inventory screenshot, has now made its way over to two local US retailers, Best Buy and The Source.

iPhone white 4

Read More www.gizmocrunch.com


Friday, February 04, 2011

By far my favorite, and easily the most differentiating feature of the new Verizon iPhone 4, is the personal hotspot feature. It’s smart, and like most everything else on the iPhone, simple to use. I primarily used it via Wi-Fi, but I could just have easily tethered it to my laptop via USB or connected over Bluetooth.

Read More www.pcmag.com


Ahh…. the iPhone, the height of status in our society today. Those who have it won’t stop gushing about how amazing it is. Those who don’t have one wish they did (yes you do stop denying it). You see iPhone users all over town, always on their phones and busy with some “cool” app or other.

iPhone US news social 7 users

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Monday, January 31, 2011

The ‘This Unpredictable Life’ campaign, for its Jazz model, breaks tomorrow (1 February). It gives the app’s users the ability to “catch” animated characters with an iPhone as they appear on screen in Honda’s new TV ad.

iPhone apps - Honda commercial

Read More www.marketingmagazine.co.uk


Friday, January 28, 2011

Yeah, I said Sinbad! Apparently it’s an old joke that everyone has a “I-met-Sinbad-at-Macworld” story, after all, he’s been coming to Macworld since 1985. Well since he was going to be here anyway, they asked him to get on stage and give a keynote, and I’m glad they did because it was fantastic.

Read More www.cultofmac.com


Seems to be nice to have a gyroscope built into your next smartphone, no?

But while Apple was forced to suspend the pre-sell the iPhone in April, which claimed almost bizarre over-interested, you may be wondering: for what it is going to serve this gyro?

Read More www.sciencelov.com


AT&T has quietly revised its data plans for iPhone users, allowing some to switch back to unlimited data. The move comes just weeks before the heralded Verizon iPhone launch, which many analysts believe will cause a great number of AT&T customers to jump ship.

Read More reviews.cnet.com


Thursday, January 27, 2011

TEN NETWORK says subscriptions to its iPhone app have exceeded expectations, with figures running into the ‘‘hundreds of thousands’’ as it prepares to include advertising.

Ten became the first Australian free-to-air broadcaster to launch an iPhone app enabling subscribers to watch full-length programs within it rather than being directed to a website.

Read More www.smh.com.au


Wednesday, January 26, 2011

AN iPhone app that tracks down the Taliban has been developed by a US soldier who put $26,000 of his own money into the project.

The idea for a smartphone application to assist soldiers in combat came to Captain Jonathan J. Springer in a dream last July.

Read More www.heraldsun.com.au


Monday, January 17, 2011

The Verizon version of the iPhone 4—due to arrive early next month—will include a personal hotspot feature that will let users share their phone’s 3G connection with up to five other devices. Pending carrier approval, the hotspot feature could eventually make its way into every device—possibly as soon as the now-in-beta iOS 4.3 update arrives.

iPhone facetime

Read More www.macworld.com


Wednesday, December 08, 2010

No, they weren’t the sealed battery and the lack of Adobe Flash support. “We believe that Apple has made two meaningful errors since its entrance into the iPhone business in 2007.”

Read More tech.fortune.cnn.com


Alexandra Friendly’s iPhone trauma started with a robbery. En route from work one afternoon this April, Friendly walked out of the Rhode Island Avenue Metro station and made her way up 10th Street NE toward home. Along the way, she popped in her earphones and played some music on the iPhone she’d bought two weeks earlier.

Read More www.tbd.com


Monday, November 29, 2010

A new survey by German market research firm GfK Group indicates that most smartphone users feel little loyalty to their device outside of Apple’s iPhone, which commands more than twice the fidelity of Android devices or smartphones in general.

Continue reading www.appleinsider.com


iPhone and Mac sales boom, and iPad owns Christmas. Somewhere behind all of this success, a company is growing and not just a little. Recent years have seen billions in new revenue and tens of thousands of new employees, and the trend is gaining strength.

Read More mac.blorge.com


Thursday, November 25, 2010

Entering the shopping holiday weekend, Magellan has announced a significant update for its iPhone RoadMate navigation app. Version 1.3 most notably adds lifetime traffic—a feature that its main competitors charge extra for.

Read More blogs.consumerreports.org


Apple’s released version 4.2.1 of its iOS mobile operating system. The update will particularly appeal to iPad users, since it adds features like multitasking, which iPhone users have been enjoying since the release of iOS 4.1. If you’re an iPhone or iPod touch user, you’ll still find the update offers a few handy new features, especially if you have an older iPhone that’s become sluggish after botched updates in the past.

Read More reviews.cnet.co.uk


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.

iPhone car integration GPS tomtom magellan sygic

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


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