According a blog post by developer Angelo DiNardi his MailRangler app was denied entry in the App Store because of "duplicate functionality." The exact reason given was that MailRangler:duplicates the functionality of the built-in iPhone application Mail without providing sufficient differentiation or added functionality, which will lead to user confusion.
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According to their Mac blog, Google has released a version of Google Gears for Safari.This means that you can now access all the Gears-enabled sites (such as Zoho office, WordPress, the new YouTube uploader and Google Docs offline) in Safari.
Some naughty developer must have violated their Apple NDA agreement – tsk, tsk.A couple of details have begun to trickle out about iPhone 2.
Episode 121 of the PowerPage Podcast has been posted. On it we discuss the resurgence of Web apps, how Psystar is toast, Operation Chokehold, AT&T data caps, why Facebook sold you out and how smartphones will outsell notebooks (and netbooks) in 2010.
YouTube's new mobile site brings up an interesting debate about the benefits of native versus Web apps.
It looks like your photo galleries on MobileMe might get a stay of execution, but it isn't guaranteed. If iPhoto's new Journals feature is any indication, galleries may live on after all.
iCloud bookmark syncing is a first-class disaster that Apple has yet to acknowledge. Luckily there are a couple of software tools that can help clean up the mess.
For four hours on Monday, cloud-based storage provider DropBox allowed anyone to log into any account with any password. What will the ramifications be to iCloud?
There are many rumors swirling about iCloud, Apple's mythical cloud data service, but what if you need some online storage space right now?