Everyone's heard of overclocking a CPU to wring the last few drops of performance out it, right? Well, a notebook jockey's equivalent is called "undervolting" and it's designed to increase battery life not clock speed.
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Does your iPhone exhibit any of the following symptoms?:Laggy access to the Text/SMS applicationLonger that five second delay to get a live image in the Camera applicationLong pause before being able to scroll in ContactsDelay when clicking on the letter shortcuts in ContactsIt if does, you may be suffering from Molasses iPhone Syndrome and the only cure it is to nuke and pave.
Ever wonder what's inside your Apple battery pack? It turns out that they're not that complicated inside, but it's amazing how much power these little cluster of cells can hold.
I got to spend a couple of hours today with the highly-anticipated Blackberry Storm (a.k.
iPhone Hellas (translated) reports that iPhone Firmware 2.2 is going to be released on 21 November, much sooner than originally thought.
How's the AT&T coverage by you?The AT&T wireless coverage in my area (southern New Jersey, close to Atlantic City) is atrocious.
After almost a week with the new iPhone 3G I have some additional thoughts that I wanted to share on my experiences:As I previously mentioned, AT&T's 3G coverage is completely non-existent in my area, despite AT&T's coverage viewer claiming that I'm blanketed in 100 percent 3G. Something is very wrong.
A post at iPhoneAtlas compares the prices of iPhone 3G rate plans (including device subsidies), data transfer caps and included minutes for iPhone 3G carriers in France, India, Norway, Canada, Germany, England/United Kingdom, Australia, South Africa, Switzerland, Hong Kong, Netherlands, Denmark, Italy and Portugal.Norway is pissed.
A MySQL file containing contact information, founder bios, business plans, demos and financial information for 588 applicants to Kleiner Perkins’s iFund – a $100 million fund to invest in startups building applications for the iPhone – was accidentally posted to the Web and indexed by Google.Kleiner Perkins’ former hosting provider, Meteora Technologies Group, is blaming an employee for the accidental disclosure according its President Lowell Fletcher.
The new DLP Pico projector from Texas Instruments is being billed as the world's smallest/lightest projector. Its dimensions are a svelte (51 × 105 × 17-mm / 120g) but what's even cooler is that it can be connected to an iPhone possibly cementing it as a true notebook killer.