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iSoftPhone VoIP App for the iPhone?

Ah yes, the hype surrounding the Apple iPhone continues unabated, including my posting about Skype on the iPhone, which was picked up by both Engadget and Gizmodo, topping my referral traffic charts yesterday. Now it seems XNet wishes to leverage the...

Talkety on iPhone

Since I just blogged about Skype on the iPhone using SoonR Talk in my previous post, I would be remiss if I didn't mention another VoIP solution for the Apple iPhone - namely Talkety. With Talkety, you can have conference...

Skype on iPhone

I recently wrote Skype on the iPhone was not possible. Well, there is a workaround that will enable you to use Skype on the Apple iPhone. Technically, the Skype client still is NOT running on the iPhone, but instead uses...

Free iPhone if...

you're an Apple employee. Steve Jobs is giving all of his 20,000 Apple employees an early Christmas/Hanukuh/<insert your holiday> present by giving them all free Apple iPhones! Sweet! Each iPhone is valued at $599 (£299) which when multiplied by 20,000...

AT&T Boosts EDGE Speed for iPhone?

AT&T customers are seeing a sudden boost in EDGE speeds - reaching 200kbps, seemingly coinciding with the Apple iPhone launch. EDGE users are ecstatic over the speed bump. In fact, I overheard some iPhone users saying "Prepare iPhone for 2.5G...

iPhone syncs with Exchange Server

Apple has stated that the iPhone can sync with Exchange Server using IMAP4. According to eWeek, Microsoft released Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Rollup 3 just in time for the Apple iPhone. Rollup 3 fixes several issues including issues that...

DRM-Free MP3 songs - You're joking, right?

Amazon.com today announced it will launch a digital music store later this year offering millions of songs in the DRM-free MP3 format from more than 12,000 record labels. According to Amazon, every song and album in the Amazon.com digital music...

Microsoft plays nice with Apple iPod - no more corruption

The Windows Vista team has been working very closely with Apple to fix a problem whereby iPod's data becomes corrupt when you eject your iPod. Wow, Microsoft working closely with their arch rival to fix a bug? Considering Microsoft...

24K Gold iPod

Everyone and their brother/sister has an iPod, right? Sure Apple offers multi-colored iPods, though the white model is still the most popular. So how do you stand out from the crowd from all the other iPod users? What if you...

Deep Throat Shoots Verizon Patent Out of the Water

An anonymous source, let's call him/her my "Deep Throat" source emailed me with a couple of interesting links that seem to disprove Verizon's patent claims. One of the most important things in fighting patent claims is demonstrating "prior art" that...

Apple delays Leopard blames iPhone

Apple just released an intriguing statement involving the Apple iPhone and Leopard - their next operating system. In a statement, Apple said, "We can't wait until customers get their hands (and fingers) on it and experience what a revolutionary and...

iTunes streaming to mobile phone using Slingbox and Apple TV

Apple TV has become the ultimate hacker magnet allowing users to use the Apple TV in ways Apple hadn't intended. As discussed recently, Apple TV was hacked to allow Asterisk, the open-source IP-PBX to run on it. Check out the...

100 million iPods sold

Wow, 100 million iPods sold. That's 100 million hard drives. That's more hard drives sold for the iPod than some countries have PC hard drives. Apple is a rare tech company that has successfully diversified itself between two totally separate...

VoIP Patents run amok

We have all been following the various VoIP patent lawsuits. From the Rates Technology vs. Google Talk lawsuit, to Apple vs Cisco iPhone lawsuit, Verizon vs. Vonage patent infringement and many more. Well, Production Ad Absurdam has a couple of...

Belkin In-Desk USB Hubs and iPod Dock for Grommet Holes

Belkin has introduced innovating "in desk USB hubs" that are designed to slip into those grommet holes on most desks that are typically used to snake your monitor VGA cable, network wire, and mouse and keyboard cables. The lien of...

Apple iPhone has launch date

According to CNet, the much-anticipated Apple iPhone release is sooner than you think. The CNet article states, "Cingular is confirming that the release date will be June 11. A customer service manager at Cingular (we called 800-947-5096 and were transferred...

Reasons To Switch to a Mac 1, 2, 3 ...

Of course you've seen the Apple TV ads with the "PC guy" and the "Apple guy" (makes me wonder what the "Dell Dude" is dude-ing today). And you've probably considered (or at least thought about) heading away from the PC...

Is a Zune Phone Really a Surprise?

Some surprises just don't seem like surprises, do they? If we are all waiting for the iPhone (well, maybe not all), then why shouldn't Microsoft follow Apple's lead and launch a ZunePhone? And why shouldn't Microsoft take the same route as...

The iPhone Decision: What's in It for Cisco?

Sure you've gotten over the short-lived excitement over the wraggling between Apple and Cisco over the iPhone trademark -- now that this spat has been settled. But if you think about this some (if you really want to), you have to wonder...

Apple and Cisco make iPhone love

Cisco and Apple said that they have settled the iPhone trademark infringement. lawsuit that has surrounded the much-hyped Apple iPhone mobile phone-iPod hybrid gadget. Apple and Cisco stated that Apple will be allowed to use the name for its mobile...

iPhone vs iPhone vs. iSoftphone?

As if we haven't had enough of the Cisco vs. Apple iPhone battle, now we have "iSoftPhone", a clone of the Apple iPhone's skin created by Xnet Communications GmbH. iSoftPhone is a VoIP softphone for Mac OS X. They claim...

An Apple Sub?

Now you're probably thinking that Apple has taken brand extension to the outer limits, but I'm talking sub-notebook computer, not any other kind of sub (sandwich? submarine?). According the this report, the big bad boys from Cupertino are planning to...

Apple vs. Apple: All You Need Is Love

Just in time for Valentine's Day, Apple Inc. (aka Apple Computer) and Apple Corp. (aka The Beatles) have worked out their long, long, long dispute about who owns the Apple trademark. Now a glimpse of the details of the deal can...

'Grand Theft Auto' Does the Super Bowl

Closest we had to a gadget ad during the Super Bowl yesterday was the Coke ad that looks like the guys (and gals) at Grand Theft Auto did the spot. (Click here for more on the many, many -- mostly forgettable --...

Wheeling and Dealing: Why iPhone Won't Be at Verizon

The art of the deal ... Now it's not surprising that Apple's iPhone would wind up with Cingular (er, I mean AT&T), but wouldn't you like to know why -- or at least why it didn't end up with a...
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