Saturday, January 30, 2010

Confirmed: iPhone OS 3.2 has support for video calling, file downloads, and SMS

"...we just confirmed with extremely trusted sources that iPhone OS 3.2 contains rudimentary support for video calling, which could explain that mysterious space at the top of the device in our leaked pics. "

Friday, January 29, 2010

5 Things The iPhone Could Learn From The iPad

"These iPhone owners are exactly who should be the most excited about the iPad – even if they don’t plan on buying one."

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Man Buried in Haiti Rubble Uses iPhone to Treat Wounds, Survive

"He could have died, but he ultimately survived with the help of an iPhone first-aid app that taught him to treat his wounds."

Friday, January 15, 2010

Graduate Student's iPhone App Gives Voice to Disabled Users

"Samuel Sennott, a doctoral student in special educaton at Pennsylvania State University, created an iPhone application that helps people with communication disabilities speak."

Podcasting workshops to help promote byways

"Podcasting is a great way to promote tourism, travel, recreation, historic sites and other activities. Many communities and regions are creating podcasts to guide downtown walking tours and driving tours of their historical areas."

Thursday, January 14, 2010

33 Tips to Make the Most of Your iPhone

"Let the following 33 more tips make you wonder why iPhone can be one of the most popular piece of gadgets in the history. You can fulfill your wishes as many as you can imagine."

Students break into the app market

"The first-ever university iPhone application class in Canada has earned more than credits for three University of Saskatchewan students."

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Wanna Make an App for That? Stanford U. Streams iPhone Development Course

"Professors teaching Stanford University's latest course on iPhone programming urged students to give away or even sell the applications they develop for the course."

Why You Need to Download the Real Time Congress App for iPhone now

"As a former Capitol Hill Communications Director, I can tell you that access to real-time information on what is happening on the Hill can make or break a successful advocacy campaign."
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