No iPhone 4 for Verizon in 2011?

Some people are getting a little concerned about recent comments made by Verizon CEO Ivan Seidbenberg. Speaking at an investors conference he said that their new 4G network, which is not online yet or in the foreseeable future (certainly not for 2011), may make “Apple get with the program.” This has some concerned that the much rumored CDMA iPhone 4 that … Read More

Stephen NorthcottNo iPhone 4 for Verizon in 2011?

No Facetime for Middle Eastern iPhone 4 Users? [Rumor]

saudi iphone 4 FaceTime

A Facebook thread from SaudiMac has noted that all references to Facetime have been removed from Apple’s regional sites. This is a rumor at the moment but, sounds pretty plausible based on what has happened recently with RIMs Blackberry in Qatar and Yemen, as well as India. In the Blackberry’s case the governments of some countries objected to data being … Read More

Stephen NorthcottNo Facetime for Middle Eastern iPhone 4 Users? [Rumor]

Vonage Now Lets You Call Your Facebook Friends For Free

Vonage facebook app

Vonage, famous for providing easy to use voice-over-ip solutions, released a new iOS 4 app today that allows facebook users to call each other for free. The app, called Vonage Mobile for Facebook, connects with facebook using Facebook Connect and then displays a list of all of your friends. The friend list is grouped into two groups, those who have … Read More

Ravin MohindruVonage Now Lets You Call Your Facebook Friends For Free

iPhone 4 Antennagate Conference Gets HTC’s Response

Nokia Dont touch sticker antenna

iPhone 4 press conference on July 16th has lead to Apple’s competitors responding to the antennagagte issue. During the conference Steve Jobs showed videos of HTC Droid Eris, Samsung Onmia II & BlackBerry Bold 9700 dropping the signal strength bars when held in a way that attenuates the signal. RIM & Nokia were quick to respond and now Eric Lin, Global PR and Online … Read More

RaviniPhone 4 Antennagate Conference Gets HTC’s Response

Apple iPad Apps Account for 22% of New Development

Given the recent rush on iPad-specific applications, it should come as no surprise it has been the subject of intense attention by development houses big and small. The familiarity of the programming environment makes the switch between iPhone and iPad almost seamless. Numbers released by Flurry, a mobile analytics company, show just how big of a market the new device … Read More

Erin PetersonApple iPad Apps Account for 22% of New Development

Blackberry users would rather choose the iPhone as their next phone [Study]

A study was released this week by Crowd Science that showed nearly 40% of Blackberry users would quite happily switch and move over to Apple’s iPhone. Crowd Science also reported that, Asked specifically if they’d swap their present phone for Google’s new Android-based Nexus One, 32% of Blackberry users said “yes,” compared with just 9% of iPhone users. This figure … Read More

Jane JonesBlackberry users would rather choose the iPhone as their next phone [Study]