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Veveo Launches VTap, Mobile Video Search Engine

Struggling to find that YouTube video of cats battling territorial turtles on your iPhone? Fret not.

Veveo has announced the launch of its new service designed for mobile users, called VTap. What this solution does is enable anyone, iPhone users in particular, to search for and view videos right from their mobile device. Just type in a search, hit the the search button, and VTap will aggregate a list of results, allowing you to bookmark or view the selected media on any supported device.

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TubeTV Brings Flash Video to Your iPhone

YouTube junkies looking for an easy way to transfer and view Flash video to your iPhone, in place of Apple's ill-equipped streaming client, can now breath a sigh of relief. TubeTV makes saving and converting any Flash video content to iPhone/iPod format quick and easy, just the way we like it.

Download this free application now so you watch all those wonderful videos of cats wearing hats and sweater vests.

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From the Department of Obvious Trends Comes This Newsflash: iPhone to Spur Mobile Video

Ring *ring

Hello? Barnes? Ah, good, I reached you. Listen old chap, I've just been glancing over the newswire coming across my teletype and apparently this so called iPhone thing seems to be causing quite a stir. Yes, quite.

This website claims that some commoners may even watch video on the bloody thing. Yes, rubbish...that's what I thought as well, but apparently it's quite true. What? No, no I don't want one. I still don't believe there is anything to this whole notion of mobile communications. It's a mere fad, nothing too it really. Give me a good landline connection and a Padilla cigar any day. Must run along now. Ta!

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Video: HTC Touch vs. iPhone, Smackdown

Dieter Bohn (yeah, his name is so French) of WM Experts does a nice walk through comparison between the HTC Touch and iPhone, stacking up each device's feature set and functionality. I agree with Dieter's overall assessment and conclusions, except for his assertion the Touch's onscreen keyboard comes out ahead of iPhone through third party software. Windows Mobile offers greater flexibility and productivity, but overall it's an inferior platform compared to OSX. That said I still prefer WinMob to Blackberry or Symbian.

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New iPhone TV Ad Shows Off YouTube Support

I must be part of the minority that doesn't like these TV ads. They just don't feel compelling, or alluring.

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YouTube Live Coming to iPhone Next Week

Fresh from the PR department, Apple just sent me a release proclaiming that YouTube Live will be available on Apple TV starting today, and later on the iPhone starting this Friday. Huzzah!!!

Read the entire press release here.

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Eric Schmidt Has an iPhone, Flaunts it in Your Face

Remember back in January at MacWorld, during the iPhone unveiling, when Google CEO Eric Schmidt jested on stage that one of the reasons he joined Apple's board of directors was to get an iPhone? It was all made in fun of course, but it seems Eric made good on that boast because he in fact does now have an iPhone, which he flaunted on camera at a recent forum. (see above).

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Macworld iPhone Demo

Macworld attendees have been busy capturing the iPhone in video. One user posted a really good product demo given to attendees by Apple, which shows off more of the device's features in action. Nothing that we haven't already seen, just done by someone other than Jobs. Enjoy.

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CNN Video of iPhone Launch

Here's a YouTube video of CNN's blurb on the iPhone launch...

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Apple Unveils iPhone, Sparking Global Nerdgasm

Apple finally launched its much rumored mobile phone at MacWorld yesterday, immediately triggering a massive worldwide drool-fest among gadget freaks. While it has been widely known that Apple has had such a product secretly in development for at least two years now, the device itself remained shrouded in mystery. Some analysts speculated the device would prove to be nothing more than a relatively simple inexpensive iPod phone, while others expected more of a Blackberry style Smartphone, done in a sleeker package. Both camps got it wrong...and right. iPhone isn't what anyone really expected.

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