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The iOS app for the Google+ social network has been updated to support the iPod Touch and the iPad.Google unveiled its social network at the end of June, and the iOS app arrived less than a month later.
The Guardly app is now available for the iPhone and iPod Touch, providing one touch connection to a personal safety network and authorities during times of stress and disaster.
Ninety-one percent of iPhone users would recommend Apple's flagship mobile device to a friend or colleague and 88 percent would recommend the iPod touch, according to data from mobile ad network AdMob.
This is music to my ears: AT&T is opening up to Sling Media and allowing streaming of their SlingPlayer app for the iPhone (and iPod Touch) over the 3G network. I might be breaking down and paying the $30 for that upgrade app now.
VoIP company Vonage is finally bringing its service to Apple's iPhone and RIM's BlackBerry devices.The free app for the iPhone and iPod touch has been approved for making international calls using AT&T's cellular network in addition to Wi-Fi.
Discovery Bay, Hong Kong has a free municipal Wi-Fi network, allowing people to access the Internet wirelessly almost anywhere on the...
For the last couple of weeks I've been playing with Never Alone Anymore's HiMyTribe iPhone/iPod touch app, which lets users network (for business or pleasure) using the device's built-in GPS functionality.A social networking tool, HiMyTribe fuses aspects of Facebook, LinkedIn and MySpace with the intention of enabling individuals to network with business colleagues and potential associates in real time, on the go.
All of us iPhone owners know that the AT&T EDGE network is a bit poky, especially for web browsing. JiWire just announced free Wi-Fi access across the United States for all iPhone and iPod Touch users. This is an ad-supported program so you will have to view JiWire-supplied ads on your device. However, this seems to be a small price to pay for free Wi-Fi access at more than 100,000 hotspots.
Apple made several recent iPod and iPhone announcements and on MobileTechRoundup show #110 we start off with our thoughts on the iPhone price drop and Jobs US$100 store credit. We then talked a bit about my HTC Advantage review and whether or not I'll buy the device, the new HP iPAQ devices, thoughts on the iPod Touch and the impact of QVGA to VGA on a handheld. HP also added a 64GB SSD option to its Tablet and Kevin brings in a Palm freeware of the show. We close with a warning of the Quechup spamming social network site.
I've been taking a look around the web at the efforts by hackers to free the iPhone from the AT&T shackles so that it could be used as an iPod or with other network providers, both in the US and abroad. I've come to the conclusion that while it might be possible to unlock the iPhone, it'll never be truly free of AT&T. Here's why.
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