Why to hide it when it’s a new feature!
Apple had a press conference to attempt to give it a positive spin to the multiple problems facing the iPhone 4. Antenna hardware placement, flaky communications, calls dropped, etc; all of these reportedly to be fixed with a software fix Continue reading Steve Jobs: “All Phones Have Weak Spots”
Federal Judge James Ware of the US District Court for the Northern District of California OKs a Class Action Lawsuit against Apple and AT&T. The lawsuit claims that the companies “locked” phones for use only on one network. The federal Continue reading iPhone Lawsuit OK To Move Forward
What you are about to read in this Los Angeles article is comparable with 911 conspiracy theories. The difference is that in this case Apple admitted the crime: To systematically lie to their users by altering the signal level shown Continue reading Apple’s Antenna Saga
Smokescreen, this is a great name for a tool that allows iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch users run Flash content. On top of that it is a great name considering the developer behind it is actually called Chris Smoak. For Continue reading Flash Content on iPads, iPhones and most likely all other Mobile Devices!!!
It’s been reported in several blogs that two security experts (Bernd Marienfeldt and Jim Herbeck) have uncovered a way to gain access to the iPhone 3GS file system and potentially make modifications to files leaving no trace of it, even Continue reading Oops! Serious iPhone OS Data Protection Flaw
I use my mobile phone all the time… I also use a personal Notebook, a work Notebook, a desktop and a few other computers here and there. I probably wouldn’t say anything new if I told you that I use Continue reading Manage Your Browser’s Favorites From The Cloud