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Hulu coming to iPhone...
Media mega-site Hulu is coming in a few months to the iPhone App Store in the form of a dedicated viewer app. The program, which is already being described as “badass” and just as good as the Web site, will let users view streaming Hulu content on the go using either 3G... 
Apple releases third iPh...
Apple has released a third iPhone OS 3.0 beta to developers. While the updates are minor, there are encouraging signs that push notifications are coming together, as well as a hint of possible future iPhone app development possibilities. Ars Technica reports that developers can now... 
iPhone developers invite...
Apple has been sending out reminders to developers that iPhone OS 3.0 push notifications are now live, Ars Technica reports. The coming push system works by leveraging both Apple’s push servers and another server used by the application developer. The third-party server monitors... 
Gmail gets a makeover fo...
In a post to the Google Mobile blog this morning, Google Mobile Engineer Joanna KcKinley announced the next generation of mobile Gmail. Starting today, the popular webmail service has a cutting-edge mobile interface that’s sure to turn some heads. The new finger-friendly interface... 
iPhone dominating mobile...
It took Apple a little while to acknowledge it, but that doesn’t make it any less true — the iPhone is a gaming powerhouse. Besides its obvious graphical prowess and the innovative control possibilities provided by its multitouch screen and accelerometers, the iPhone... 
It’s official: Sky...
After months of waiting, Skype is finally bringing a version their popular voice over IP client to the iPhone. Popular iPhone apps Nimbuzz and Fring have already been out on the platform for a while, but Skype’s upcoming release brings the big daddy of VOIP apps to the device. CNET... 
iPhone enjoys a sizeable...
Ars Technica reports that AdMob’s February smartphone traffic numbers show that the iPhone owns a whopping 50% of mobile Web market share in the United States. That’s a whole lot. RIM’s Blackberry, which comes in second with 21%, isn’t even close. The iPhone... 
First virtual world for ...
Recent research from Pinch Media highlighted the short lifespan of current iPhone applications, but a one year old Tokyo-startup called Genkii is harnessing the iPhone’s global interconnectivity potential and making headway towards releasing the first ever virtual world for the... 

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