Angry about AT&T's nickel and diming ways with their iPhone data and SMS plans? Then don't purchase an SMS plan at all (sorry, can't help you with the data part).
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Back in June 2007 I reviewed the original Jawbone bluetooth headset and despite its drawbacks I found it to be the standard by which I judge all other BT headsets. Its military grade noise cancellation is second to none and of dozens of Bluetooth headsets that I've used over the years everything else pales in comparison to Jawbone.
With only four days to go before the iPhone feeding frenzy I wanted to take a look at what will certainly be a popular accessory: the Jawbone bluetooth headset (US$119) from Aliph.The Jawbone is being carried by AT&T wireless and can also be purchased direct from Aliph and from various Internet retailers.
A new all-touchscreen Nokia phone made its big screen debut in the new Star Trek movie that opened in the U.S.
Reader Brad Wilson sends some pictures of the unique teaser facade covering the upcoming Apple Store in Sydney Australia. A trend that started in Boston:The Sydney (AUS) Apple store now has a blue covering with an "ocean wave" of light blue iPod Nanos and "Drop in soon.
MacRumors forum user bndoarn has organized a massive list of hidden 3.0 features.
A quick primer on the new home button functionality courtesy of iPhone OS 3.0:A single click returns you to the last apps screen you launched an app from, but if you are in an apps screen already, it brings you back to the home screen.
Interesting article on Telecom TV which discusses the conspicuous absence of Visual Voicemail on international iPhones....the feature sits on every iPhone and operators were offered the network-side technology to take advantage of it.
Apple did an about-face today, reversing their stance on not allowing Voice Over IP (VOIP) calls from the iPhone while using 3G.
Apple has formally request the return of the iPhone that Gizmodo acquired. It's real, mystery solved.