Iphone 4 ship date pushed back again

After the whole pre-ordering debacle presented by At&t one would imagine that not many iPhone 4’s were pre-ordered. Well that imagination may lead you to a very small door. Apple announced a day after the pre-order date that they accepted 600, 000 pre orders of their new toy. If you did not get your pre-order ...

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iPhone 4 launched at WWDC today

We have all anticipated the WWDC conference held by the empire Apple in San Francisco. Well the wait is over and we all got what we were expecting, at least to a particular degree. Steve Jobs has announced the launch of their new iPhone 4 which is more than enough for most of us. With about ...

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You Can’t Have Both You want Tethering or Unlimited Data Use?

Apple iPhone subscribers who may have been waiting anxiously for the tethering option to be made available may have to think twice about using the service with AT&T. With the iPhone OS 4, subscribers will be given the added option of using their device to tethering or using their smartphone as a mobile hotspot. This ...

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AT&T Apologizes to Customer for cease and desist

AT&T subscribers have had a lot to complain about, more so these past few weeks. Considering the carrier has an exclusive contract with Apple, enjoying millions of iPhone subscribers, they are really slow in upgrading their services. Besides the service, some of the more recent frustrations subscribers have had to deal with include raising the ...

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iPhone Credit Card Apps

The iPhone has become more than just a media player and a device used for connecting to the Internet. Numerous apps and accessories have been developed which can turn this device into a payment system which accepts credit cards. Besides accepting credit card payments, several companies which issue credit cards in the US have developed their ...

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The End of AT&T’s Unlimited Data Plan

For heavy data users and downloaders using an At&t smartphone, June will be known as the darkest month. Beginning June 7, AT&T will be implementing a new set of so called affordable plans for their subscribers. The bad news: there will be no more unlimited data plans. According to Ralph de la Vega, AT&T’s president of ...

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Steve Jobs on Blogging and the iPhone

For the first time in a long while, we see Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs in a lighter mood. During the recently concluded All Things Digital Conference, he addressed several major issues that involved the company during the last few months. He took in questions including those dealing with the Adobe Flash, AT&T, Google, iPad as ...

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Is the iPhone the Most Popular Smartphone to Date?

Some people just love to answer surveys. The Internet is full of them, mainly to keep people occupied. It is also fun to answer surveys and find out how many people feel the same way you do on a particular topic. Possibly one of the hottest topics in the realm of electronics involves smartphones. The ...

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Skype for iPhone Free for Now

Skype made the announcement yesterday that the company was releasing version 2.0 for the iPhone, which will be available for purchase over the App Store. The new release allows iPhone users to make phone calls through Skype 2.0 by using the 3G network. With this new release, it would make it easier for users to ...

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iPad Threatens Nintendo

Apple products are able to do a variety of functions, including accessing the Internet, downloading content and opening a variety of files. Even with the iPhones, it was already possible to download and play video games. It is of little surprise that the unveiling of the iPad would turn heads, more than just the tablet ...

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AT&T Allowing Subscribers to Unlock Phones Except iPhone

With the class action lawsuit against AT&T, the carrier company was forced to settle by offering consumers the choice of unlocking their phones. An unlocked phone allows subscribers to switch to other available carriers. There are certain limitations with this settlement. In addition to meeting AT&T’s requirements for the unlocking option, the company is leaving ...

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Holiday Inn testing Smartphones for Keyless entry

Holiday Inn has recently announced that they will be testing new technology that would be giving your Blackberry or iPhone access to your hotel room.  Now if only they could walk in and make my bed for me..... soon enough! (i hope) The Holiday Inn will be rolling out somewhat of a new technology at least ...

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The iPhone’s Vlingo

The Vlingo is an app for the iPhone which translates spoken words into various recognized commands. With using the app, the recorded voice commands can be used into making phone calls, creating an email or text message, updating user status on social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter or even search for information or ...

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AT&T Wi-Fi at Times Square

AT&T subscribers living in New York City, particularly around the Times Square area are in for a treat. The carrier has installed their first free Internet hotspot which covers the areas including 7th Ave in between 45th to 47th Streets. Using Wi-Fi, it will enable subscribers to connect to the Internet and download at a ...

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Homeland Security and the iPhone

Smartphones such as the iPhone have become the next indispensible electronic gadget, possibly even more than the laptop. With the amount of features being fitted into such a small device, it is now being dubbed as the Swiss pocketknife of electronic gadgets.  This smartphone from Apple has the ability to download and play a variety ...

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