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PhoneDoctor Plus

PhoneDoctor+ picks perfect iPhone and keeps iPhone perfect. What did you do first when you bought your new iPhone? You definitely...

September 30, 2013 by IDEA Tech

Apple's iPhone 4S vital to keep rivals at bay

Cupertino's newest handset, essentially an iPhone 4 with better components including processor, camera and memory, will help it compete better with Android and Windows Phone but nothing to "blow customers away", analyst notes.

October 4, 2011 by

Perfect Slice

See why Perfect Slice reached numerous top 10 positions in App Store, and why it was featured as 'New and Noteworthy', 'What's Hot'...

July 22, 2011 by Curious Bit

Will pre-teens really adopt the new iPod touch as a VoIP phone?

I generally agree with my friend Andy Abramsom and greatly respect his opinion. He posted today on why he thinks the upcoming rumored iPod touch will be huge for VoIP and multimedia, but I don't think it will have as big of an impact with the teen crowd as he indicates. This new device is rumored to have an integrated microphone, digital camera, and 64GB of memory. I agree that the savvy traveler may desire to use this new device to connect via WiFi and place and receive inexpensive VoIP calls. However, this same traveler can do this now with the iPhone and SIM card removed so I don't think there will be a huge impact in iPod touch sales due to the microphone

July 22, 2009 by

Perfect Slice HD

See why Perfect Slice reached numerous top 10 positions in App Store, and why it was featured as 'New and Noteworthy', 'What's Hot'...

July 22, 2011 by Curious Bit

Apple iPhone 3G S

The iPhone 3G S isn't as big an advance as the iPhone 3G was from the first-generation model, but Apple's latest handset is still a compelling upgrade for some users. It's faster, and we appreciate the new features and extended battery life.

June 19, 2009 by

Enterprise Geeks demo SAP ABAP server on iPhone

In what many are calling a technology breakthrough, the Enterprise Geeks have managed to shoehorn an SAP ABAP server onto the iPhone. Per the blurbs:There were some obvious technical challenges to getting a piece of software that was designed for 64-bit memory architecture and multiple CPUs to run in the considerably smaller hardware of the iPhone.

March 31, 2009 by

Take that, iPhone:new BlackBerry will have faster processor than iPhone

Note: Because the subject matter of this post also involves the iPhone (which we cover here) I've decided to cross-post this from my BlackBerry blog.BoyGenius has some of the specs for the oncoming (release date unconfirmed as of yet) BlackBerry 9000:Screen: 480x320On Board Memory: 1GBProcessor: Intel XScale PXA270, at 624 MHz.

November 30, 2007 by

Nokia shows off new--but pricey--iPhone killers

At Digital Life in New York City, Nokia finally shipped the new version of its popular N95, the "iPhone killer" with double the memory of its predecessor, 3G compatibility on the GSM platform, and support for assisted GPS. Like the old N95, it comes with a 5-megapixel camera and, unlike the iPhone, is unlocked by default. In his interview with Nokia spokesperson Joe Gallo, ZDNet executive editor David Berlind also gets a look at a prototype of Nokia's next N81, which features a bigger display and 8GB of storage.

October 1, 2007 by

MobileTechRoundup show #107, taking a walk down memory lane

The summer is usually slow for new mobile products, but in MobileTechRoundup show #107 we chat a bit about the rather aggressive rumored August release schedule for new devices from Verizon Wireless. Kevin also found some details on the rumored Nokia N81 that could be coming in August as well. I haven't seen anyone mention trying Orb on the iPhone, but Kevin tried it out and it seems to work well for streaming music. The second half of the show is a walk down memory lane as James, Kevin, and myself share a bit about what mobile device we were using 10 years ago and the funny thing is that mine was the last Apple mobile product before my current iPhone.

August 3, 2007 by

Why memory expansion ability (what the iPhone doesn't have) matters

Yesterday, after writing about the memory expansion capability in Helio's revolutionary Ocean phone (and iPhone competitor), at least one of ZDNet's readers was quick to quick to spank me for making a big deal out an ability that at best (today) match the lesser expensive iPhone's built-in 4GB of storage.  The reader notes that the Helio Ocean only has 200 megs of memory built.

June 28, 2007 by

iPhone to ship with surprises?

Like a lot of people I bashed the iPhone just after its introduction for having a fixed battery, paltry memory and lack of OTA downloads and iTunes streaming.It turns out that Apple may be pulling their classic under-promise and over-deliver move in a bid to capture a larger share of the mobile phone market and to make a big splash with the iPhone.

May 29, 2007 by

Closed iPhone is a necessary evil, for a while

Already, for those watching the U.S. football playoff games, the mobile communications/smart phone competition is delivering a mainstream media ad blitz on current smart-phones, many running Windows CE across the major mobile networks. That's great, because just the specter of the iPhone is already doing more to enliven this business than anything in memory.

January 14, 2007 by

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