Oct 10

BreakThru Radio is using technology from TVersity to offer on-demand radio shows to iPhone and iTouch users. The news means the broadcaster’s diverse range of channels – covering the gamut, from reggae to rock.
» BreakThru Radio Comes To The iPhone and iTouch

Oct 08

TouchType, no–not the way you type but the application by the same name, brings the landscape oriented keyboard to the iPhone’s Mail application. For those with chubby fingers who want to utilize the keyboard in landscape and need the extra space or for those who are talented enough to do two-thumbed action, then the $0.99 App Store application will be helpful.

Oct 07

iBowl is a bowling game available in the App Store. The game is like playing bowiling on a Wii but on the iPhone or iPod Touch. You’ll know what I mean if you have played on a Wii and then play iBowl! Full review and screenies inside. » App Store – iBowl

Oct 06

According to an article on AppleInsider the Cupertino-based firm is well on its way to exceeding its own expectations for 10 million iPhones in the year 2008. Using data from operating systems online from Net Applications OS Marketshare and from IMEI tracking from Mac Observer’s, it is estimated that Apple has sold between 7 to 7.5 million iPhones in the fourth quarter of this year with the debut of the iPhone 3G, much higher than the 4 million analysts had anticipated. » iPhone Sales Higher Than Anticipated

Oct 06

With Firmware 2.2 (still beta), Apple seems to finally have decided that it should be up to the user wether he wants his typed-in texts to be auto-corrected or not.

The new switch can be found on the keyboard settings page. However, Apple still not communicated when the new firmware is going to be released.

Oct 04

I found this a couple of days ago on a site I frequent(pr0x.org), but haven’t had enough time to post about it. It’s currently in beta(a big beta, this is a gigantic project after all). A member named “Your Every Day Hacker” picked up the project from a couple of iPod Touch Fans members, and he decided to continue it. This project is a big nod to iphone developers on Windows, filling the HUGE space left by Apple. Here’s the quote posted on pr0x:

» Windows iPhone Software Development Kit (beta)

Oct 04

For all of you MobileMe users who are on Windows, Apple has released v.1.2 of the MobileMe control panel. The new version “provides better support for syncing a large number of contacts (more than 2,000) and prevents syncing of data between Microsoft Exchange Server and MobileMe, a configuration that is not supported.” » Apple Updates Window’s MobileMe Control Panel

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