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October 30, 2014 By CX Vintage Cars and Notorcycles

Spendi bene - Shopping in Italy

Spendi Bene is a new monthly magazine It is broadcast exclusively in digital media (for Tablets, Smartphones, iPad, iPhone, Website),Spendi...

April 8, 2014 By Conceptworld

Notezilla Portable

Notezilla is a professionally designed sticky notes app for Windows. Create 3M Post-It(r) like digital sticky notes on Windows desktop...

August 11, 2010 by

Jailbreak community patch bugs that Apple won't

On Wednesday Apple released iOS 4.0.2 firmware for the iPhone and iPod touch and 3.2.2 for the iPad. This update fixes the security exploit that was used by the jailbreakme.com website to jailbreak iDevices. But there's a catch. While Apple acknowledges the seriousness of the issue, there's no fix on offer for first-generation iPhone and iPod touch owners. You haven't spent any money lately, so no patch love for you.

January 22, 2013 By PhotonFX


Seahorse is new, and different from other Web Authoring Software. It gives you the unique ability to choose between templates and apply...

May 30, 2010 by

Optus' blurry iPhone pics are unacceptable

Optus' decision to minimise network congestion by reducing the quality of website images displayed on devices like the iPhone, without mentioning the adjustment in its terms and conditions, is unacceptable.

June 4, 2009 by

Rumor: Leaked pictures of the new iPhone

Italian iPhone blog iSpazio has posted pictures of what they're calling the next iPhone (English translations: here and here). The shots are reportedly from an "unpublished update to the iPhone page on Apple's website.

May 11, 2009 by

Amazon launches iPhone-optimized Kindle storefront

The iPhone Kindle application is a great way to keep reading your Kindle content while out and about when your Kindle is back at home. One big complaint people have had though is the difficult way to purchase Kindle content to read on the iPhone if you do not own a Kindle. You could use the Amazon website, but it was clunky on the iPhone. Amazon announced the launch of an iPhone-optimized Kindle site that makes it much easier to find and purchase Kindle content on the iPhone. Simply tap the Get Books icon in the Kindle for iPhone application to access the new iPhone-optimized store.

April 23, 2009 by

Google optimizes Product Search for Android and iPhone browsers

Google develops and releases some outstanding mobile tools and according to the Official Google Mobile Blog you can now try out Google Product Search for Mobile that is an optimized website for the iPhone and Google Android web browsers. Simply go to Google on your device and then go to Product Search to see the results in the US and UK.

November 5, 2008 by

Opera Mini rocks out loud

You know how most mobile web browsers will take you to the mobile version of a website if it exists and just make a mockery of a website if it lacks a mobile equivalent? And no, I'm not talking about the iPhone.

July 27, 2008 by

FSF's "Defective by Design" asks supports to mob Apple Genius Bars

Over the weekend the Free Software Foundation called on visitors to the Defective by Design website to book slots at Apple Genius Bars across the US, Australia, Canada, Italy and the UK to pose questions to Genius Bar staff about ways that the iPhone restricts user freedoms. Does inconveniencing Apple customers help the FSF win friends and influence?

July 7, 2008 by

A new Facebook for Windows Mobile application is launched

There were a few things I enjoyed using on the RIM BlackBerry devices I tried in the past and one of the most useful was the excellent Facebook application. However, I use S60, Windows Mobile, and iPhone devices rather than BlackBerry devices and the only way I have found to reliably access Facebook with these devices is through the m.facebook.com website. This is fine for the basics, but doesn't give you all the functionality of a dedicated application like the one seen on RIM devices. A new entry for Windows Mobile was launched, but experiences indicate it may still need some work.

May 1, 2008 by

MobileTechRoundup show #131, WiFi or 3G, what is the mobile users preference?

AT&T is starting to take over for T-Mobile in providing WiFi access at Starbucks and other locations so to kick off MobileTechRoundup show #131 James provided his thoughts on using another alternative solution, Boingo Wireless. I also used their Boingo Mobile service in Spain on my Nseries devices so I provided some thoughts on the service too. Kevin and I tested out the new Skype beta on my Nokia N95-3 before the show and it was impressive. Listen to also find out what would compel us to upgrade to the upcoming 3G iPhone and if any cohost plans to do so. Kevin brought up a freeware from Paul at MoDaCo.com that removes duplicate contacts and then James mentioned the Outlook duplicate remover he found years ago at a UK church website that is actually still providing the utility for free. We hear Palm is beta testing a new device on the Sprint network, but is it too little too late for them? We end by asking whether a hotspot or 3G data is the preferred service for the mobile user.


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