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6 years ago

Is ActiveSync an "Open" Apple Trojan Horse? - Wait-a-Thon

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Is ActiveSync an "Open" Apple Trojan Horse? - Wait-a-Thon

Roughly Drafted, the passionate little partisan site that could, is back with a look at why Apple would choose to license ActiveSync from Microsoft while at the same time championing more open standards like IMAP and CalDAV with Leopard Server.

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6 years ago

Novell GroupWise syncronization coming to iPhone?

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Novell GroupWise syncronization coming to iPhone?

According to GWcheck it is:

Novell is committed to providing a solution that allows users access to their email, calendar and contacts on the iPhone. As the SDK was just released, we are still working out the details and will announce more specific plans when appropriate.

There has been speculation from other sources about Lotus Notes working on the iPhone as well.

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6 years ago

Review: Bodyguardz Protective Skin for iPhone

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Review: Bodyguardz Protective Skin for iPhone

The Bodyguardz Protective Skin for iPhone ($24.95) is a thin translucent film that offers full body protection and keeps your iPhone clean from the elements. Are the Bodyguardz the metaphorical clean-freak, plastic on sofa or do they actually enhance the iPhone experience?

Read on for the rest of the review!

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6 years ago

Nike+ and iPhone, Together At Last

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Nike+ and iPhone, Together At Last

Remember Nike+? It measured total distance, pace, calories burnt, and created goals to reach. Essentially, it was a personal trainer without the personal trainer. Up until now, the Nike+ was iPod nano exclusive, but according to Stuff.tv, Nike+ is coming to the iPhone and iPod Touch.

Personally, I've never used Nike+ because of its iPod nano requirement and to a lesser extent, my allergic reaction to all things working out. But from what I’ve heard in reviews and from friends, Nike+ is a perfect addition to any workout and a great example of how technology can make our lives easier.

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6 years ago

This Week in Smartphone Schadenfreude, April 12th Edition

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This Week in Smartphone Schadenfreude, April 12th Edition

Not evil twin to Phone Different Week in Review, not an invasion by Fake Steve, This Week in Smart Phone Schadenfreude brings you all the feel-better news you need about the smartphone world outside Apple's current media dominator. (Who knew there was such a world? We were just as surprised! Inelegant, interface challenged, keyboardy, crashy, single-touchy place -- best not to linger...). Join us as we mock review the big news from last week at our sister sites. Everybody loves sibling rivalry!

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6 years ago

Phone Different Week in Review 2008-04-11

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Phone Different Week in Review 2008-04-11

Every week I will be bringing you what I think are the week’s biggest stories and articles. Here we go!

iPhone in 60-days flip-flop

What I consider one of the biggest sotries of the week Was Walt Mossberg letting slip that the 3G iPhone would be out in “60 days” will it come to pass?

Ways to extend .Mac… to iPhone?

I am really excited for this one. I want to have the .Mac experience on my iPhone… you know, useful things like iDisk and Back to my Mac… but will it happen?

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6 years ago

The PS3 Connection: NetBlender Releases SDK

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The PS3 Connection: NetBlender Releases SDK

Originally taken as a simple iPhone multimedia remote for controlling your Sony Playstation 3, NetBlender has now open the doors to a full blown SDK! Not to be confused with Apple's iPhone SDK, the BD Touch SDK from NetBlender would not only allow for iPhone/iPod Touch control of a networked Blu-Ray player (a la PS3), but bi-drectional connectivity (in ur iPhone beaming digital copiez?), transfer of movie collection data, and the display of blu-ray "extras" directly on the iPhone, etc.

Denny Breitenfeld, CTO of NetBlender, tells Gizmodo:

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6 years ago

iPhone Gaming: Quake This! Redux

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iPhone Gaming: Quake This! Redux

Remember that Quake III video running on jailbroken iPod Touches a couple of days ago? Engadget hunted down the developers and wrung us out some more:

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6 years ago

AT&T To Pro-Rate Cancellation Fees - Wait-a-Thon

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AT&T To Pro-Rate Cancellation Fees - Wait-a-Thon

AT&T is doing the right thing (never mind that this most was likely something that they were forced into). Namely, they're going to pro-rate the cancellation fee that you have to pay if you leave your 1 or 2 year plan early:

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6 years ago

iPhone 2.0: Stereo Bluetooth, GPS, Printers, YouTube, and... Bricking?!

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iPhone 2.0: Stereo Bluetooth, GPS, Printers, YouTube, and... Bricking?!

The deep dig into the latest iPhone 2.0 firmware beta 3 continues, with iPhoneBuzz reporting that they've found strings and/or references to A2DP stereo bluetooth support, bluetooth remote control, GPS (internal or external via BT not determinable yet), something to do with printers, Google 411 for Maps, as well as previously rumored YouTube plugin for MobileSafari Touch, the Infineon 3G chipset, and the apparent removal of the previous Nike + Sports references.

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6 years ago

iPhone Risk: Australia's Apps, Mate!

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iPhone Risk: Australia's Apps, Mate!

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Ars Technica brings word that Australia may just be giving Singapore, the Netherlands, and Mexico a run for their international money in the great race towards the 7th official iPhone launch.

If rumors are to be believed, resellers have been told to say g'day to an UNLOCKED 3G iPhone down-under come the end of June. This would bring our current score to:

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6 years ago

3G Rumors: WWDC Announcement Date and... Price Points?!

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3G Rumors: WWDC Announcement Date and... Price Points?!

3G rumors will never die; just multiply!

Engadget's been on the iPhone the last couple of days like Andy Ihnatko on Internet pants, and they show no signs of slowing down what with this latest 3G rumor:

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6 years ago

2.0 Beta 3: Bring the Search!

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2.0 Beta 3: Bring the Search!

OMG!!11 Contactz search FTW!!11

So says Engadget, continuing the excellent 2.0 Beta 3 coverage. Turns out that magnifying glass that was spotted way back when actually does something now, and that something isn't Exchange server queries as some (no names... ok, it was Dieter!) feared, but full-on contact search.

And if that isn't enough, there a new "inbox" style icon on the calendar screen which shows incoming meeting/event requests with the same red circled goodness as new MobileMail or SMS messages.

Check out the full post for screen caps!

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6 years ago

Phone different Podcast 16

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Phone different Podcast 16

CTIA threw us off a week, which was a shame because there wasn't any iPhone news there at all. There is plenty of other news though: Flash, 3G, and the Pwnage of the iPhone's Firmware. Listen in!

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6 years ago

3G Chip Watch: Infineon Inside?

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3G Chip Watch: Infineon Inside?

Engadget (via jailbreaking maestros, ZiPhone) is reporting that the newly released iPhone SDK Beta 3 has some code inside that refers to "SGOLD3", which they are guessing may be the upcoming successor to Infineon's S-GOLD-2 chip inside the current iPhone. What will S-GOLD-3 offer?

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