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6 years ago

Betrayal: AT&T Announces New Flagship Smartphone. Lowers the Bar on iPhone

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6 years ago

iPhone Skin for RIM Blackberry

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iPhone Skin for RIM Blackberry

The people at rogersmj.com have hacked their Blackberries to get the iPhone Home screen interface on their Blackberry. If you have a hunger for the iPhone user interface on your Blackberry, they are your people to thank. Apparently, it's a bad idea to install if you have an OS older than 4.2.1; they list compatible models as 8800, 8700, 8100, 8300, and 8380 (those numbers include the Pearl and Curves). It's always best to download these things sooner than later, in case Apple lawyers show up, so get on over there. [via]

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6 years ago

Apple Store is Down, I May Be To Blame

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Apple Store is Down, I May Be To Blame

Store.apple.com is down right now, which usually means one of tow things. Either Apple's IT staff is performing maintenance on their servers, or new products are about to be posted. Nope, neither is the case. The real reason; I bought a second iPhone today, and that brought the online store to its knees. Yes, that's it. Take that, Apple. Fortunately the store went down after my iPhone shipped.

Now to track my package and bring Fedex down as well.

[update:] It's back up and it appears to be nothing more than a maintenance update. I noticed the site was having issues throughout the day, shortly after I placed my order.

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6 years ago

Unzipped Flies: iPhone Rivals Tout Openness, Less Control Freakery

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Unzipped Flies: iPhone Rivals Tout Openness, Less Control Freakery

Apple's closest rivals in the wireless handset business are taking full advantage of the company's platform dictatorship, extolling the openness of their own software to application development. Highlighting a strategy of use me, abuse me, do what you want to me approach to software design, Microsoft and Symbian are quick to point out that their platforms aren't surrounded by high voltage fences and men in guard towers with sniper rifles.

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6 years ago

Woman Sues Apple for 1 Million Dollars Over "Unfair" iPhone Price Cut, Repeal of Nerd Tax

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Woman Sues Apple for 1 Million Dollars Over "Unfair" iPhone Price Cut, Repeal of Nerd Tax

Who can put a price on pain and suffering? Your attorney can, of course... to the total sum of a cool 1 Million dollars. Dongmei Li of Queens, New York (I didn't know people living in Queens could afford iPhones) claims that Apple's dramatic iPhone price cut is a flagrant violation of consumer price discrimination laws. Her suit alleges that the price cut hurts early adopters by deflating the iPhone's resale value. I call that the price of early adoption, but apparently it is grounds for litigation. Who knew?

So let me get this straight... if I walk into Wal-Mart and buy a head of lettuce, which then subsequently drops in price by 20 cents after I leave the store, I can then sue Wal-Mart for damages? Hot damn! I'm going to start watching for those falling prices and little yellow smiley faces.

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6 years ago

DVR Software for Windows iPhone Users

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DVR Software for Windows iPhone Users


figure 1: All this and more for just 70 Schrutebucks.

If you use a Windows PC as a DVR and are looking to get away from iTunes for syncing your video to your iPhone or iPod, it looks like Beyond TV might be worth a peek. The new version of Beyond TV, 4.7, not only syncs your shows to the iPhone or iPod, but also pulls out your podcasts from iTunes. Not bad!

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6 years ago

Interview with Ambrosia Software CEO

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Interview with Ambrosia Software CEO

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6 years ago

Apple iPhone on Intel?

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Apple iPhone on Intel?


figure 1: a mockup of a device on Intel's Moorestown chip

The Apple iPhone is currently based off the ARM processor platform, but they are reportedly considering a switch to Intel in 2009. Some sites are expanding that news as justification for no 3rd party development, but I don't buy it. And why not? Because a web widget -- the simplest form of native 3rd party development -- can be written in processor-agnostic fashion. Indeed, most of them would.

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6 years ago

Dvorak Slams Apple for iBricking, Threatens to Write More Crazy Editorials

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Dvorak Slams Apple for iBricking, Threatens to Write More Crazy Editorials

Tech curmudgeon John C. Dvorak (the C stands for cranky) points the spotlight of criticism on Apple for its blatant act of bricking unlocked iPhones. He points out that in many overseas markets unlocked phones are common place, and a lucrative business. Hey, John... I agree with you, but trying to get Apple to change its policies is like trying to wrestle a half ton alligator. It's a futile effort and just makes the gator angry.

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6 years ago

Oh Yay, New Zunes

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Oh Yay, New Zunes


figure 1: Still available in brown?

Microsoft has come out with new Zune models. The original Zune is now known as the Zune 30GB, and added to the family are now the Zune 80GB and two flash models, the Zune 4GB and the Zune 8GB. It looks like they added some media formats for video and music, so the new Zunes should be more useful than the old Zunes. Also, features from the new Zunes will be ported to the Zune 30GB so the early adopters get the full Zune treatment. Still, if you're reading this, you likely have an iPhone, and like the rest of society have no use for a new Zune when they come out in November. [via]

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