Jun 10 2013
This is where Pandora and other service come to die… Check out the new iTunes Radio at Apples website.
May 10 2012
If you’re feeling guilty about the conditions the workers who made your smartphone had to endure or the number of air miles your device managed to rack up while winging its way to you, there will be something you can do to balance your karma.
The iBamboo iPhone speaker dock is a completely green iPhone speaker docking solution that will amplify any audio content emanating from your Apple handset without using any electricity whatsoever.
Although the simple yet stylish device won’t have the neighbours hammering on your wall in an effort to get you to turn the music down, the iBamboo serves as a straightforward and effective way to amplify music or speech content played on your iPhone.
The way the device works is pretty simple; the user slots his or her iPhone into a small opening at the top of a one-foot-long piece of bamboo. The natural shape of the bamboo serves to amplify the content played while also creating a “pseudo-stereo effect” as the sound exits either side of the wood.
Interested iPhone owners can purchase the iBamboo speaker dock in traditional bamboo, or at least they could if it wasn’t currently sold out, but will soon be able to get one made of plastic. The new plastic dock will apparently provide a cleaner and crisper sound which is more suitable for “urban use”. Those who like to coordinate their smartphone accessories can also avail themselves of a bamboo iPhone cover, available from the same company.
At the moment, the iBamboo speaker dock is only compatible with the iPhone 4 and the iPhone 4S, although Anatoliy Omelchenko of Triangle Tree who designed the device says he is working on models that will be compatible with older iPhone handsets and other Apple devices such as the iPod and iPod Touch players.
Anybody interested in picking up an iBamboo speaker dock (the company is based in the US but ships internationally) can sign up for notifications as to when they will be available again. The recycled plastic version is expected to sell for a very reasonable $30. Obviously though, the device will not charge your phone.
Sep 22 2009
Google today added GMail push for active sync devices, which of course includes iPhone. Check it out at Google Mobile Blog
Aug 21 2008
Well seems our friends at the iphone dev team have a new little goodie for us. QuickPwn now works with 2.0.2 🙂 Enjoy
Jul 28 2008
As I`m writing this, there are a flood of apps, that are being distributed on line as cracked and able to work on Jailbroken iPhone/Touch. This was not long at all. WoW. Enjoy the free apps.
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Jun 6 2008
Well if you been leaving under a rock for the past, well always….. You would not know that there is a WWDC on Monday and while all the sites are coming forward with all the rumors, no one knows what good old Stevy has in store for us. Are we getting the new 3G iPhone this month ? Is OSX going to be ported to PC platform and sold that way ? Is new version of OSX coming this year ? Is .Mac getting renamed to ME ? When is firmware 2.0 going to be released ? I think a lot of this questions (but I`m sure not all) will be answered on Monday at 1pm EST. I personally being with out an iPhone for the last month (sold on eBay last month)cant take it anymore, but hey something will happen on Monday and I`m sure we will be happy with what it is (yeah right, we are never happy!!!!!!!!)
Jun 3 2008
Also save some money on the MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro and iMac
Nice new promotion. Check it out for your self at www.apple.com/backtoschool.
May 29 2008
“The sixth beta version of the iPhone SDK is now available in the iPhone Dev Center.
Upgrade your Mac with Software Update
Before installing and developing with the sixth beta version of the iPhone SDK, you must first upgrade your system to Mac OS X v10.5.3, which is now available. To upgrade your Mac, go to System Preferences and select Software Update to install the latest version.”
Well here it is, and oh yeah 10.5.3 is out now 🙂