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Finally: Microsoft Offic...
Those of you who use your iPhones for work are already aware of their ability to read Microsoft Word documents, and inability to do anything else with them. For those who’d like a fully functional Microsoft Office in their pocket, there’s Documents-To-Go. Documents-To-Go,... 
iPhone is the Catalyst f...
What’s that guy doing on his iPhone? Most likely guess: playing games. A new generation of “casual gamers,” which can describe anyone from tight-scheduled businessman to a stay-at-home mom, is a phenomenon spawned by the iPhone. The iconic iPhone, which is arguably the most... 
iPod Touch Users Not So ...
The first thing I see when I sync my iPod touch is the familiar screen: “iPod touch Software Update.” For a mere $9.95, I can upgrade my iPod touch OS to the latest iPhone 3.0 Software. And so far, the screen hasn’t gone away. Because, to be honest, I haven’t chosen to upgrade... 
Breaking Rumors on iPhon...
According to the freshest of rumors from authoritative sources, the prospect of a $60/month iPhone subscription plan is well nigh a done deal. And if it’s not, Apple may want to strongly consider it, especially with all the rumor spinning and blog-burning that’s been going on.... 
Transfer Ringtones To Yo...
The iToner software from Ambrosia Software has been a popular choice for iPhone users wanting to transfer ringtones. Their recent update adds a host of new functions. There really is no easier way to manage your ringtones from a Mac computer and transfer to your iPhone. Free software... 
New iPhone OS 3.0 beta c...
Developers installing the newest iPhone OS 3.0 beta got a surprise: a pre-release version of iTunes 8.2, which has hints of some surprising new features for iTunes application on the device and its desktop counterpart. The new iPhone OS version reduces the handset’s dependence... 
Blackberry Versus iPhone...
For this comparison, I shall look at the Smartphone models; these are the iPhone 3G and two Blackberry models – Bold and Storm. It’s really about preference on an ergonomic level versus the necessary requirements i.e. is it for business use mainly or for personal use only. This... 
Tapbots founders go full...
The iPhone App Store money train continues to reward some dedicated developers who create highly polished, uniquely iPhone-esque applications. In a post to Tapbots’ weblog, founders Mark Jardine and Paul Haddad have announced that they are quitting their day jobs to work on... 

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