May 21 is established mobile software developer, they have created software for Palm, Windows mobile and now for the iPhone.
The first project they released is called SoftIck Sollitaire.
The developer notes are:
Softick Solitaire is an iPhone native version of classic Klondike solitaire game, specially optimized for iPhone multitouch screen.
Feel the difference! We really worked hard to give you hours of exciting game. Softick Solitaire is smart enough to catch the meaning of every gesture, helping you to focus on the game and not on the control.
» SoftIck Solitaire

May 15

iLog 1.1.0

iPhone System1 Comment »      Chris Eissens

iLog has been updated to version 1.1.0.
Ilog is an enhanced version of the recent call manager of your iPhone. It allows you to delete individual call and sms logs.
It also allows you to group your calls.
The new version brings some very nice features that apple should have included in there standard os.
What’s new:
Integration into the recents screen in Mobile Phone app (only full version)
Allowing for notification of missed calls and SMS (every x minutes) only vibrate though, no sound;
You can select what time period you’d like to receive those notifications
Export your data into csv file
Delete al your call data and sms by 1 button
» iLog 1.1.0

May 14

I’m a little bit late with this news, but the’re still some up for grabs.
If you like to buy a cheap iPhone (and you live in the US) now is a very good time to buy one.
» AT&T Refurbished iPhones For $249 and $349

May 04

Yesterday we got a message the the iPhone dev program has been opened for international developers.
What are the differenced for us Europeans ? We pay more for a anual subscription. It’s about 79€ or $121. Our uk friends must pay about £59. » iPhone dev program finally opened to the whole world

May 01

The latest build of iPhone OS 2.0 (5a258f), now available to developers who have been accepted into Apple’s $99 iPhone Developer program, includes a feature dubbed “Import SIM Contacts” that presumably does as its name implies, extracting contacts stored on the SIM and copying them to the iPhone’s internal storage. Theoretically, this would allow SIM cards pulled from other phones to have contact information transferred to the iPhone permanent — assuming the cards came from the same carrier.

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This task could previously be accomplished with some jailbreak applications like “SIMport,” though with mixed results.

Apr 30

Rumor number 21232341234123123……

AT&T, The U.S. exclusive iPhone partner of Apple, will lower the price of the new 3G iPhone to a very minimal 199$ some sources say.

AT&T is preparing to subsidize $200 of the cost of a new iPhone, bringing the price down to $199 for customers who sign two-year contracts, the source says. Apple is expected to have two versions of the new iPhone, an 8-gigabyte-memory and a 16-gigabyte-memory model with price tags widely expected to be $399 and $499.

So says the Techland blog on the site.

Apr 30

According to Fortune, AT&T’s going to further subsidize the iPhone down as much as $200, making the final retail price a scant $199 with two-year-contract. The rumor is that the $200 bonus will only be available in AT&T stores, not in Apple stores, so people buying and exporting or using it with T-Mobile will be paying the higher price. Current first-gen iPhone users probably won’t get this $200 subsidy when upgrading either, unless perhaps they renew for another 2 years. Fortune’s source also says that the phone will have GPS and be 2.5mm thinner, not thicker as previously indicated. And you’ll know when the new phone is coming—Apple will cut off shipments of the old phone in order to clear up inventory and give a subtle hint that you should wait before buying.

Original news from Gizmodo

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