USBfever unveils fixed zoom lens for iPhone (MacNN)

USBfever recently unveiled a crystal clear plastic case for the iPhone that has a removable telescope attachment for the camera. The telescopic lens is advertised as being distortion-free, and can zoom at a fixed six times the distance of the iPhone’s built-in camera. Users attach the telescopic adaptor to the case by sliding it into place over thr…


Briefly: European iPhone sales figures, insider stock transactions (Addict 3D)

T-Mobile recently announced that it has sold 70,000 iPhones in the first 11 weeks since the device went on sale in Germany in early November, as a number of factors appear to be affecting Apple’s ability to ramp up sales of the iPhone overseas.


Briefly: iPhone dev book, gaming site (MacNN)

In brief: A book on iPhone binary development has made its debut, a new gaming site for users with disabilities is available, Big Nerd Ranch has announced plans for a Ruby on Rails boot camp, and Apple introduces 30 Coding Head Starts … iPhone Open Application Development is a new title designed to teach users how to write Native Objective-C Appl…


Apps: iPhone Drive, Nicecast (MacNN)

iPhone Drive 1.4 ($20) Mac OS X application which lets the iPhone and iPod Touch be used like a disk for portable file storage. This release adds Adds Call Log access. Adds SMS message access. Adds camera photo access. Adds the ability to play music stored on the iPhone or iPod Touch. This release adds Call Log access; SMS message access; camera ph…


Re: Planet-iPhones Upgrades Again!

Oh Thomas you silly goose.


iBank 3 Public Beta adds iPhone support (MacNN)

IGG Software today released iBank 3 Public Beta, a trial version of its financial management application for Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard. The software includes iBank for iPhone, a Web-based iPhone application that allows users to enter transactions from an iPhone on-the-go. The update powers a redesigned interface with Mac OS X Core Animation technology,…


Garmin’s Ready to Rumble With New ‘iPhone Killer’ (

If you think the Apple iPhone is cool, wait till you see the Nuvifone that Garmin announced Wednesday in New York. It combines GPS, mobile phone, still and video camera, and MP3 and video player functionality with Internet access capability. Or it will, anyway, if Garmin can stick to its announced launch schedule and deliver Nuvifone to the market by the third quarter of this year.


iPhone: Italian carrier found, EDGE outage [U] (MacNN)

Telecom Italia Mobile is the leading candidate for the Italian iPhone carrier, according to extrapolations based on evidence in the iPhone software package, while a vast EDGE network outage is affecting a significant portion of iPhone users in the US. Italian news site Macity has pointed out that the TIM_Italy.bundle introduced in the v1.1.2 iPhone…


AT&T data network fails for BlackBerry, iPhone users (InfoWorld)

AT&T’s wireless data networks in the Southeast and Midwest U.S. are down, causing BlackBerry and iPhone users to be without data services. The EDGE (Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution) and UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunications System) services in those regions began having problems around 6:30 a.m. EST this morning, said Mark Siegel, an AT&T spokesman. Voice calling has not been …


HyperOffice brings corporate e-mail to the iPhone (BetaNews)

Launched in public beta on Wednesday, HyperOffice’s enterprise communications tools will enable Apple iPhone users to synchronize with Microsoft Outlook, since the iPhone doesn’t support Microsoft Exchange.

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