Rich Tehrani : Communications and Technology Blog - Tehrani.com
Rich Tehrani
CEO
| Communications and Technology Blog - Latest news in IP communications, telecom, VoIP, call center & CRM space

iPhone tag

Drill down on iPhone search:

25 result(s) displayed for iPhone (301 - 325 of 533):

TMCnet For iPhone on Apple's Site

I just learned that Apple has listed the new TMCnet for iPhone link on their site. This is really great and I have become accustomed to seeing TMCnet on my 3.5" Apple-powered smartphone screen. If you want to enjoy the...

iPhone Apps: First Microsoft and now HP

Is there no end to the Apple competitors developing iPhone apps? Moreover... Once the genie is out of the bottle, can they get it back in again. I think not. HP's latest photo printing app should be a quite useful...

iMenorah

What other holiday besides Chanukah has three or more ways to spell it? That's right, your favorite 8-day gift-giving and receiving holiday now has its very own iPhone app which allows you to go on vacation and leave the...

Turn an iPhone into a Hard Disk

Although I have yet to try any of these suggested methods, this article should be very helpful for those of you who don't think your iPhone is useful enough as just a music player, GPS device and pocket computer. There...

The Why of the Storm

I have noticed the Blackberry Storm has improved a good deal over past weeks but this it seems is not enough to keep people from returning these handheld computers at a record clip. While it is impossible to know for...

Visionary Harald Braun Says Telecom - Especially Wireless - Best Industry to be in

Smartphone Increase Leads to Significant IP Mobile Backhaul Adoption One of the most charismatic and energetic people in the carrier equipment market has to be Harold Braun (interview) the CEO of Harris Stratex, the largest independent supplier of wireless transmission...

iPhone WiFi Goes Global Thanks to iPass

Back in 1999, experts at pre-merger Lucent's Bell Labs head predicted a communications skin would engulf us, allowing us to seamlessly connect with various networks. Over the years this prediction has come true but we are far from able to...

iPhone WiFi Goes Global Thanks to iPass

Back in 1999, experts at pre-merger Lucent's Bell Labs head predicted a communications skin would engulf us, allowing us to seamlessly connect with various networks. Over the years this prediction has come true but we are far from able to...

TMCnet iPhone Site Launches at i.tmcnet.com

If you are an iPhone or iPod Touch user and have been wondering when... Oh when will Rich Tehrani get an iMac in the hands (we are a PC shop) of his talented development and design teams so you can take...

My Thoughts on The Free Wireless Internet Argument

Michael Dinan has written a great article on the AWS-3 clash between FCC Chairman Kevin Martin and various government officials. It contains some salient quotes from me. I have mixed emotions on this matter as I want in no way...

Skype Mobile 2.5 Beta Now Available

The latest version of Skype for mobile devices including Windows Mobile is the beta version - 2.5 which is supposed to be more stable and also look more like its cousin which runs on your PC or Mac. I tried...

Thoughts on Blackberry Storm and Verizon HTC Touch Pro/XV6850

After my Black Friday trip to the mall in Connecticut, I made another trip to the Westchester Mall in White Plains, NY. I was surprised to see the light customer turnout but this could have been because of the freezing...

Almost 10K App Store Programs And Counting

About 9,700 iTunes App Store applications are in existance (as you read this sentence, ten or more were added) and the popularity of this store keeps growing. About 25% of the applications you can put on your iPhone and other...

Joost Beats Skype To iPhone

I find it ironic that Joost has beaten Skype to the iPhone. There are already a number of VoIP competitors on the iPhone and one would imagine with the resources availabble to eBay, Skype would be first.Remember of course Niklas...

Linux On The iPhone

Now that Linux is sort of up and running on the iPhone, what's next? Will we see Asterisk, MySQL and other open-source programs running in your pocket soon? This is very interesting but remember that Apple devices are ultra-successful because...

Google iPhone Mobile App With Voice Search Works Well

I have had a chance to test the new Google Mobile App for iPhone with voice search and remain impressed. What is great about the service is the fact that you can say a company name followed by city and...

Blackberry Storm Only Category One

Few products get the pre-hype associated with the Blackberry Storm - the first touch screen smartphone from Canada's RIM. The phone is similar to the iPhone in many ways and is designed to keep customers from defecting to the competing...

Zzzphone: The Second Google Android Phone

Big news out of China - it seems the world's second Android based phone will be from China and called the Zzzphone. A strike against the company is the name -- which virtually guarantees it will be listed last in...

East Texas: A Great Place To Get Sued

One lawyer thinks East Texas is a good place to be sued. If you are interested in knowing why Apple was just sued by a California man in East Texas, check out this article which explains how this particular...

Backup iPhone Before 2.2 Upgrade

I am in the process of upgrading my iPhone 3G to the latest version -- 2.2. So far, the install gave an error and when I tried to restore fromt he backup it failed. After a reboot of my laptop...

Kill A Killer Product

Thanks to April Dunford's tweet for pointing out this entry on her blog pertaining to how to kill a killer product. One thing she leaves out and I have been meaning to mention for a while is -- in the...

Android Gets Flash, iPhone Doesn't

Good news for Google Phone buyers - they will get Adobe Flash support soon. iPhone users? Nope - you still have to wait. Flash support is an essential element of web browsing - especially with the host of proprietary Flash-based...

My iPhone Application Update

Here is a state of my iPhone article which lets you know about some applications you may want to consider and some you may not. Fring: This wonder-software allows the iPhone/iPod Touch to stay connected to people on various communications...

Touchless Gives Glimpse of GBUI

We have seen the futuristic user interfaces of movies like Minority Report and The Matrix Revolutions where people wave their hands in 3 dimensions and the computer understands what the user wants and shifts and sorts data with precision....

Apple's Potential Antitrust Issues?

There was a time when Apple accused Microsoft of being the 800 pound gorilla of software and using its weight as an unfair weapon against the competition. Fast forward a decade or so and Microsoft is seeing competition from...
Featured Events