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6 years ago

PC Mag: iPhone Tops

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PC Mag: iPhone Tops

PC Magazine readers fingered the iPhone as the top cell phone in the PC Magazine "Trustworthy Tech" yearly bit.

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6 years ago

AT&T Drops EDGE Requirement

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AT&T Drops EDGE Requirement

I don't know why AT&T dropped the EDGE requirement from the iPhone, but they did. If you want to save $20/month ($240/yr, $480/2 yrs) and skip the EDGE data and go wi-fi only, that's now your option. Doing so removes your ability to use visual voicemail and your rights to 200 free messages, but you can add a different SMS plan once EDGE is dropped. If I was to drop EDGE, I'd probably drop AT&T too -- I'd spend some of that money I'd be saving on breaking my contract and unlocking my iPhone.

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6 years ago

iPhone Commercial

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iPhone Commercial

A story about iPhones on a plane, just like the commercial with the pilot, but without the happy ending. Any story that ends like this is not a happy story:

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6 years ago

Jailbreak 1.1.2

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Jailbreak 1.1.2

The jailbreak for 1.1.2 is still for the technically inclined and maybe not for the average Joe. But for those of you that are technically inclined, it now works on all platforms: Intel Mac, PowerPC Mac, and Windows. If you're running 1.1.2, you'll have to downgrade to 1.1.1 and then jailbreak with jailbreakme.com and perform some steps before you upgrade back to a jailbroken 1.1.2, but it's possible. You can find the update at conceited software.

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6 years ago

O2s' iPhone: Best. Launch. Ever

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O2s' iPhone: Best. Launch. Ever

Though neither O2 nor Carphone Warehouse have disclosed sales numbers beyond hundreds tens of thousands, O2 CEO Peter Erskine pronounced the iPhone their fastest-selling device ever. EVAR. On top of that, a full two-thirds of the iPhone customers came from other carriers, compared to 40% for AT&T in the U.S.

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6 years ago

Apple Tracking You via IMEI

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Apple Tracking You via IMEI

Okay, now this is a bit disturbing: XianLi of Hackint0sh.org proved that Apple tracks all stock and weather updates via your iPhone's IMEI. I have no idea why it would be necessary to track my weather habits, let alone the stocks I'm tracking.

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6 years ago

Free Wallpaper Friday: Turkey Genocide Edition

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Free Wallpaper Friday: Turkey Genocide Edition

Welcome, dear readers, to another exciting installment of Free Wallpaper Friday, where I pass out free images like candy from a parade float. And this week I'm loading you up with a double does of sugary sweet wallpapers with a Holiday theme. Enough to kill a diabetic.

If you were expecting turkeys and cornucopias, you're in for disappointment. I prefer more of a Christmas theme because frankly Thanksgiving is rather boring, and I'm sure that, like me, you'd rather stare a colorful Christmas tree on your iPhone screen rather than a Butterball Turkey? Am I right or am I right? Right then.

These aren't my best submissions, but there are a few good ones to choose from. I'm partial to the snowmen image myself. But I will be rolling out some really magnificent Holiday walls in weeks leading to up Christmas

Download them after the jump. Oh, and...you're welcome.

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6 years ago

Philippe Kahn: iPhone Nano Coming

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Philippe Kahn: iPhone Nano Coming


figure 1: Industry heavyweight Philippe Kahn

Philippe Kahn, founder of Borland, inventor of the camera-phone and a bunch of other stuff, recently predicted the arrival of an iPhone Nano in an interview with Uberpulse during the 6sight conference.

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6 years ago

iPhone Bringing Data Prices Down in Canada

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iPhone Bringing Data Prices Down in Canada

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6 years ago

Apple Cool on iPhone Games?

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Apple Cool on iPhone Games?


figure 1: John Carmack of Id Software

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6 years ago

YouTube Doubleheader: iPhone and iPod Parodies

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YouTube Doubleheader: iPhone and iPod Parodies

Here for your enjoyment is a Saturday Night Live sketch that spoofs Apple's current iPhone ads. The ad apparently went unaired, perhaps because NBC's lawyers wouldn't let them air a sketch that condones punching cops and the use of meth to stay sane. That's what makes it humor, I suppose. That or they ran out of time.

Here's a sketch from Mad TV that parodies Feist's 1234 song and it's newfound connection to Apple iPods.

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6 years ago

Warner CEO Likes iTunes

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Warner CEO Likes iTunes


figure 1: Bronfman doing the evil fingers thing

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6 years ago

What if You Posted a Troll and No One Replied?

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What if You Posted a Troll and No One Replied?

Why, that would be the saddest thing in the whole wide world. C'mon folks, he says his XDA is better than the iPhone, and that Windows Mobile will surpass the iPhone's interface with the next release. Judging from all the typos and missed capitals, he even slipped it past his editor. C'mon, he just wants you to comment.

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6 years ago

Google Phone Not a Threat to iPhone

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Google Phone Not a Threat to iPhone


figure 1: Gene Munster. Gene, I didn't mean to treat you bad.

The Google mobile phone operating system known as Android has been getting a lot of press lately, and one of the more interesting angles I've seen in the past few days is that Android isn't meant to compete with the Apple iPhone. Gene Munster, an oft-quoted analyst at Piper Jaffray with plenty to say about the iPhone, thinks that the iPhone is aimed at a much higher market than any phones built with Google's Android.

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6 years ago

Not So Fast, Comrade. Delays Face Chinese iPhone. Rioting Begins In Tienanmen Square

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Not So Fast, Comrade. Delays Face Chinese iPhone. Rioting Begins In Tienanmen Square

I post a story about iPhone coming to Commiland, and now Reuters steps in with news that iPhone's arrival in China may be delayed by technical (read: Political) and fee (read: money under the table) issues. The gist of this delay centers around iPhone being locked, as apposed to Chinese phones which are unlocked and portable to any GMS carrier. Does anyone else besides me feel utterly ashamed and embarrased that communist mobile phones enjoy more freedom and liberty than our capitalist phones?

Maybe this Communism thing isn't so bad after all... Capitalist pig!

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