Thursday, April 30, 2009

Zillow Real Estate Services Come to IPhone

"Zillow Real Estate (iTunes link), uses the iPhone OS's GPS features to figure out where you are, then displays a customizable map of surrounding neighborhood homes and what they're worth."

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Hello Wembley, I'm on my iPhone

""The fact we're going to see someone playing an iPhone at Wembley is something I don't think even Apple thought would happen," said Stuart Dredge, of industry site Music Ally."

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Your health on the iPhone!

"Last month, LifeScan, a Johnson & Johnson company focused mainly on diabetes monitoring devices and software, demonstrated a Bluetooth-enabled blood glucose monitor that syncs with the iPhone's 3.0 operating system."

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

iPhone Quickoffice features cut-and-paste

"Quickoffice for iPhone, which was released Monday, allows full editing of Microsoft Office documents and spreadsheets, and incorporates cut-and-paste functionality--a feature that will not be natively supported by the iPhone until the summer."

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Wall Street Journal iPhone App Sets Content Free

"The Wall Street Journal, one of the few newspapers that charges for content online, released an app for the iPhone Wednesday which sets their content free, poking another hole in one of the internet's oldest pay walls."


Sure, I wouldn't mind being at an iPhone class in Rome! (-;

Monday, April 13, 2009

What iPhone Apps Are Used Most? Hint: Not Games

"According to an upcoming report on smartphone usage by online market research firm Compete, 39% of iPhone users cited weather-related apps as one of the three kinds of applications they use most frequently."

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Free app for the iPhone and iPod touch

"The free app delivers world-class reference content from and including more than 275,000 definitions and 80,000 synonyms."

Monday, April 6, 2009

New iPhone To Have FM Radio Transmitter, Video Editing

"This means that the phone could potentially do in-car audio -- music, phone calls, etc. -- without a special accessory."

Thursday, April 2, 2009

Apple's iPhone, an Indian Flop, Prepares for China

"...Apple and Airtel stuck to the approximately $700 price for the phone in India, vs. $199 with a two-year AT&T (T) contract in the U.S. In India, then, three iPhones equal one Nano, the $2,000 car that Tata Motors (TTM) launched in India just two weeks ago."
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