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Count Cards With Your iPhone

 Of the 15,000 applications now available on the iPhone, it figures one would allow you to count cards. Not surprisingly A Blackjack Card Counter allows you improve your odds of winning in stealth mode meaning you can benefit from computer-assisted...

iPhone Browsers Reviewed

You may have heard Apple is allowing third party browsers on the iPhone but which is right for you? The first thing you probably need to know is all the browsers allowed on the iPhone by Apple have to be...

Palm Pre, Game Changer or Dud?

We owe a great deal to Palm as it started a handheld computing revolution which eventually was eclipsed by smartphones. Years back at a TMC event one of the important comments I heard was that Palm saw RIM as the...

FlyCast Adds Streaming to PCs and Google Android

While on vacation in the Cayman Islands last week I was lucky enough to haveDSL where I was staying and brought an AP and lit up the beach. I fired up Pandora to listen to music and after about a...

Pandora on iPhone Goes 2.0

 One of the best iPhone applications has to be Pandora, the customizable Internet-based radio station. Today, it goes 2.0 and adds a host of new features and functions. You can tap album art to see a song progress bar -...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Aastra 57i and 57i CT Reviewed

Aastra is a great engineering company and they have a really interesting phone -- the 57i CT which has a DECT base-station built-in, allowing a second cordless phone to follow you around a 300,000 square foot (27,870 square meter) area,...

Do Gadgets Cause Planes to Crash?

I have been fascinated with the concept of personal electronics and whether they cause planes to have any navigation problems. It seems to me the airlines and FAA have been quite erratic in their rules regarding gadgets on flights....

SnapTell: Mobile Game Changer

Game changing is a term used too often - and sometimes in the media we think something will bring about big change when in fact it doesn't. No one has any way to know for sure when an idea...

Navigating the Financial Crisis

I have been getting more and more questions on where the communications market stands in light of macroeconomic conditions. It is a constant in my frequent conversations. In most cases, when I get this question, people tell me their business...

Second Gates/Seinfeld Ad Better

The second installment of the Microsoft Bill Gates Jerry Seinfeld advertising campaign is surprisingly better than the first. It is just as confusing but there was something about it which compelled me to watch and have real interest in what...

iPod Touch: Your Next Office Phone?

Recently at a launch event, Steve Jobs had a less than earth-shattering presentation where it seems the news of his health was more interesting to most reporters than the products being rolled out. Having said that, there was apparently huge...

How the iPhone Has Changed the Mobile Game

Finally, after weeks/months of waiting I got an iPhone 3G. You may recall the mix-up I had at the AT&T Wireless store which seemed like it would keep me from ever getting one. Well, the store manager had been emailing...

Sheraton Gets Surface from Microsoft

Microsoft has this new computing initiative (Tom Keating's take with sound) which focuses on surface technology with hand-based gestures. Announced a few months back it is now in production and available at select Sheraton hotels (Boston, Chicago, New York, San...

Google Vs. Apple

Everyone likes a good fight and even though there really isn't a fight going on here it is worth noting Apple's market capitalization is now ahead of Google's (reminder I own shares in Google). According to this story, by the...

iPhone Vs. Kindle?

Citigroup recently upgraded Amazon, saying more kindles will be sold than previously thought. The leading etailers stock zoomed upwards on the news in fact.The analyst estimates Amazon will sell up to 380,000 Kindles in 2008, up from a previous forecast...

Gadgets Guilty Until Proven Innocent

In a country where citizens are proud that the rule of law says we are innocent until proven guilty, it is unusual that the US is now able to seize electronics at border crossings -- even from US citizens --...

Show Me the Opportunities!

This past week has had me thinking a great deal about telecom and how it is evolving. I have come to some conclusions worth sharing. The first is that customers could care less about walled gardens. Sure, we hear...

iPhone: Stand in Line, There is no Choice

What is it about the iPhone that makes it so special that people will stand in line for it for hours on end? I think I may know. I have been trying to get one of these things for about...

Another Year, Another iPhone Activation Problem

Seems like you can not keep up with the demand associated with a new iPhone roll out.See also:Rumors: Problems Activating 3G iPhone; iTunes Network Cited...
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