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

Nike and iPhone sitting in a tree…

Apple already has this gig with other iPods, but is the iPhone now going to hook up too? I sure would like to hook up my iPhone to track information while I exercise.

Novell GroupWise to talk to iPhone?

What? More synchronization coming to the iPhone besides Microsoft’s Active Sync? It appears so, thorough 3rd party support.

Save web images on the iPhone!

Blazer on the Palm OS has been able to do this for years. It comes in hand when you are moblogging and need a quick pick. Is this a precursor of what is to come?

Can’ get those Enterprise appointments on the iPhone… there is a solution!

Google give us iPhone users plenty O’ love. Did you know that you can forward corporate appointments to your Gmail account and it automatically makes a Google Calendar appointment? Read more to find out!

Skype for iPhone? Not yet!

If you have jail-broken your iPhone, now you can have a VOIP call option! Way cool. If only I was not a purist and jail break my iPhone…

New weekly column!

Looking for that killer tip of the week? Look no further than our own Brain Hart to deliver. His new column deals with that very topic!

For the gamers out there…

Love Super Monkey Ball? Have an iPhone? Apply here.

iPhone… shuffle?

Not sure how they would do this or why, but them’ Internets are atlaking!

NBC wants more money and control, you’re kidding me!

The newest information out of NBC’s camp for getting content onto iTunes is forcing Apple to create some sort of anti-piracy innovation for the actual iPod itself. Man, when will this madness end? Why don’t media conglomerates get it?

This week’s reviews!

We had two reviews this week the first review was for the Bodyguardz Protective Skin for iPhone. Got scratched on your iPhone? Looking for protection? Then this might be the solution for you!

Want an innovative way to read text on your iPhone without jailbreaking it? Reader web app just might be the solution for you. You can copy/paste any text document into this application and access it on the fly. Very cool!