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Let the iPhone Sales Begin!

Well, do you know what time it is and where your children are? And friends and family, too? Maybe they're online waiting to pick up the iPhone 3G.  Oh, you didn't know that it went on sale this morning?...

The Dead Zone: AT&T's iPhone 3G Coverage Woes

Excited about buying Apple's new iPhone 3G, which goes on sale tomorrow? Pumped about those blazing-fast 3G Internet speeds? Hope you don't live in beautiful Bozeman, Montana; Burlington, Vermont; or Des Moines, Iowa... Those are just a few places...

Asian Lines Already Formed for iPhone Launch

Want to be the first on your block to have the new iPhone?How about the first in your country? How about first in the world?Well, over in Asia, fans (is that right word? how about rabid consumers) are already in line...

What's Really New in iPhone 3G?

Amid all of the raves over the upcoming iPhone 3G, good to read David Pogue's New York Times piece about what's really new and exciting about the new phone. Don't want to give it all away, but it doesn't necessarily...

iPhone 3G Ready at 8 on Friday -- Will You Be?

Not too far away is it? Yes, let's see what kind of lines the on-sale kickoff of the new Apple iPhone draws on Friday?The doors will be open at 8:00 AM. Will sales be effected by this lousy economy? Or...

fring Enhances Mobile IM Client with fringAdd-ons

fring claims that since they opened their API last Monday that hundreds of apps were submitted "proving that there's an insatiable appetite in the U.S. for new mobile widgets and add-ons."  In the past week, fring has approved four...

Nokia N78 Comes to U.S.

Gadgety mobile phone lovers across the United States can now buy the newest Nokia Nseries device -  the Nokia N78, which hits American store shelves today. Featuring integrated A-GPS, a 3.2 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and high-speed...

Apple & AT&T Heading for Splitsville?

CNET recently ran a great story about how Apple and AT&T may be at the end of their exclusivity deal with the iPhone. Ahh, the stuff that dreams are made of ... Read the whole story -- with surmises...

Krusell's Top 10 Mobile Phones for May

And now, for all you stat junkies, Krusell's Top 10 selling mobile phones for May 2008 (and the iPhone is not #1): 1. Nokia 3109/3110 2. Nokia 6300 3. Nokia E51 4. Sony Ericsson K810i 5. HTC Diamond 6....

New iPhone the BlackBerry Killer?

Although the CNet blog builds a pretty good case for why the new iPhone will replace RIM's BlackBerry as the mobile phone of choice in the business market, me thinks it boils down to three little letters why not...

Apple iPhone 2.0: Twice as Much for Half as Much

Not surprising, the new Apple iPhone is all over the media -- both old and new -- today. And what is it you ask? It's phone, iPod, Internet and more, according to Apple. The iPhone 3G offers fast 3G...

sipgate adds SIP-based VoIP support to iPhone

sipgate today announced the a free VoIP application for the iPhone that they claim will allow consumers to use virtually every any VoIP service on the iPhone. sipgate claims that iPhone users can make and receive VoIP calls from their...

Apple Going Back to School Starting Tomorrow?

Apple is expected to launch its "Back to School" promo tomorrow, and it looks to be bigger and better than ever! According to MacRumors, Apple will be offering a free 8GB iPod Touch ($299) or an 8GB iPod Nano...

GPhone Update -- Wait, What GPhone?

If Apple has an iPhone, then Google has a GPhone, right? Well, not really ... since the guys from Cap G are not looking to build their own phone -- or are they? For the latest on this news...

Looking to Predict Apple's Future

Predicting the new gadgets that Apple might throw at us is a favorite parlor game of the technology industry, Wall Street and the blogosphere. The latest chatter is that Steve Jobs will reveal at a developer conference beginning June...

Touch-Screen BlackBerry Coming!?

According to reports in today's Wall Street Journal and on CNBC, pesky Research In Motion (RIM) plans to introduce a touch-screen version of its BlackBerry to thwart the challenge posed by the popularity of Apple's iPhone. (And no wonder...

CNET's Tech Tips Can't Be Beat

So many tech sites and so little time! With that in mind, I've always found CNET to be very useful, especially for its handy Tips & Tricks. In fact, it's usually my first stop when I've got to figure...

AT&T Can't Make Up Its Mind

What's a major telco to do when it can't make up its mind? Put things on the website one day and then remove them the next? Here ya go? AT&T has flip-flopped again on whether iPhone customers can get...

AT&T To Give iPhone Wi-Fi Hotspot Access?

We can never get enough iPhone news or juicy rumors, so here we go again! According to MacRumors, AT&T's iPhone website (under the Plans tab) has been updated to note that each iPhone plan now includes access to their...

Real iPhone Competition?

High Tech ComputerUnveiled in London with plans for European sales next month, this follows the Touch, which has sold well since its launch last June, a few weeks before the iPhone launch.Plans are for the phone to be available in...

JAJAH Mobile VoIP client for the iPhone

JAJAH, today announced that it is building on its current Apple iPhone call-back offering by participating in the iPhone Developer Program "to create possibly the first native global VoIP application." Sorry, Jajah, but truphone beat you to it with their...

Skype and other VoIP Apps on Mobile Phones

It seems new software comes out daily that enables you to run a VoIP application, such as Skype, on your mobile phone natively, through a bridged gateway, or using the Skype API. While Skype is certainly the most popular VoIP...

Wireless Backhaul Importance Grows

With increasing wireless mobile phone users along with more sophisticated wireless devices such as the Blackberry and iPhone chewing up bandwidth, the need for wireless backhaul technologies is increasing. I am reminded of my 2005 TMC Labs review of NMS...

VoIP on Apple iPhone a No Go unless over WiFi

At the Apple iPhone SDK event, Steve Jobs stated that if someone develops a VoIP program for the iPhone, Apple will allow it if it goes over WiFi and not the cellular network. Apple will in fact BLOCK VoIP applications...

Garmin nuvifone

Garmin is the big bad boy in the GPS market, but they've now thrown their hat into the mobile phone ring with the Garmin nuvifone (not nuviphone). Garmin recently announced the quad-band nuvifone, a full-fledged GSM HSDPA smartphone built...
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