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It seems that in iPhone OS 3.0, you can no longer make purchases from the iPhone when using an AOL screen name as your store account.
With AOL Instant Messenger and Skype already available on the iPhone, it was only a matter of time before Yahoo! Messenger strolled into the game.
While I enjoy listening to music, I actually have a very small personal collection and primarily listen to the FM radio or stream my music over the internet. The recent iPhone 2.0 update opened my eyes to Pandora, AOL Radio, and Last.fm on mobile devices. I enjoy listening to Last.fm on the iPhone, but the fact that I cannot do anything else with the iPhone while I listen to music makes it quite limited for listening on the go. I then started looking around and found Last.fm clients for the Nokia N810, Windows Mobile devices, and now S60 devices so I am now able to rock out and get things done on the go.
Updated: Conversations in the talkbacks have been very fruitful, pointing out that Apple does not make anything off of these SMS messages. Originally I had thought that Apple would take a cut from the AT&T profits and that this was the reason why they are the exclusive provider.
At Apple’s official launch of the iPhone software development kit, Rizwan Sattar, AOL senior software engineer, shows off the company's new instant-messaging software for the iPhone. The new software allows users to chat over the AIM network, switch among conversations, and upload user profile photos.
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