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Although the iPhone 4S wasn't the earth-shattering announcement we were hoping for, somehow the iPod still got lost in the shuffle.
Remember that cool WiFi hotspot feature that was revealed at the Verizon iPhone 4 event? Remember how we all salivated? Well, it's time for our dreams to come crashing back down to earth as we get a look at the pricing.
Google Earth 2.0 for iPhone now allows you to log in and view your saved maps and maps shared by others.
Apple previewed its iPhone 3.0 beta on Tuesday and there were plenty of items that weren't earth shattering, but add up to a big deal.
A report in The New York Times claims that Apple has disabled the GPS functionality of the iPhone 3G at the request of the Egyptian government due to concerns over possible anti-military/anti-Egyptian applications.What on earth in an "anti-Egyptian application" anyway?
The earth are in danger !!! Every asteroid, comet and alien thing in universe are turn against our earth. They are everywhere, the...
Google continues its efforts to optimize the mobile experience on the iPhone with their new speech recognition search application that will lets iPhone users ask questions verbally and receive back Google search results. This new search functionality will also take advantage of the iPhone location-based technology and sometimes give you back local results. Other recent improvements in Google services include new search results pages optimized for the iPhone and Google Earth for the iPhone.
Apple has added a new free application to its iPhone and iPod touch--Google Earth.
Earth finds itself confronted by a previously unknown and totally baffling enemy - the nefarious Moon Army. Equipped with advanced...
The first mobile version of Google's virtual globe has been made available to users of Apple's handset
Google has released the first mobile version of Google Earth for the iPhone and the iPod Touch--available as a free download through the iPhone App Store.
Corrected and amended headline: Google launched Google Earth for the iPhone and iPod touch and the reviews are great. The rollout prompts a question.
I've seen a lot of strange and wasteful things in my day. But here's one that got my attention today.
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