Posted on 20 January 2009 by Shawn Brown
Just this last weekend there was the addition of not one but two utilities that enable TV output support for the iPhone. These little rays of sunshine wont be found in the App Market anytime soon, instead you have to have a jailbroken iPhone and search them out in Cydia.
The TVOut Project is an open source project brought to you ... continued »
Posted on 19 January 2009 by Shawn Brown
Lately a lot of different companies have been jumping on board and creating an Apple iPhone application. There are thousands of applications to choose from but what a lot of us want are licensed official applications. It appears that U-Haul is the latest to recognize the opportunity.
In a recent job posting made by U-Haul on a university job board they ... continued »
Posted on 18 January 2009 by Shawn Brown
Rumors that AT&T’s iPhone tethering plans have stated that they will cost anywhere from $30-$50, but now rumors are stating that it may cost as little as just $10 per month. Data plans for the iPhone alone cost $30. We managed to get a good hands-on with the new Wilson Electronics' iBooster for the iPhone. His system charges your iPhone ... continued »
Posted on 16 January 2009 by Shawn Brown
Sometimes watching videos or movies on your iPhone or iPod Touch can be tedious, especially when you’re sitting at home, on a plane or riding the bus. Awkward neck positions and tiring hands tend to take away from the overall experience of watching a film.
Now thanks to the iFlyz you can rest easy with your media player in a fixed ... continued »
Posted on 15 January 2009 by Shawn Brown
It appears that Apple has finally caved in a bit to their treatment, and will be allowing a handful of 3rd party ‘browsers’, to set sail in the App Store starting this week. The fab four include:
Squeaky - a browser that leaves behind no trace of your presence. It’s history, cache, and bookmark free.
WebMate - Let’s you view sites on ... continued »
Posted on 14 January 2009 by Shawn Brown
Slacker Radio for the iPhone has officially been released into the App Store. For those of you who have not heard of Slacker before, it is very similar to Pandora, but has its own strengths, offering free music libraries featuring millions of songs.
Slacker Radio offers its users high quality stereo music playback from any wireless connection weather your at home ... continued »
Posted on 13 January 2009 by Shawn Brown
In the technology world there will never be a shortage of rumors, even when one is debunked more start to surface. This may be wishful thinking or just someone’s opinion based on a photoshoped photo that is stated as a fact. Whatever the case the iPhone Nano rumors are back.
According to a Chinese version o the Economic Daily News a ... continued »
Posted on 12 January 2009 by Shawn Brown
Here at iPhoneBuzz we have reported on rumors that AT&T is going to be bringing an iPhone-tethering plan to users who have always wanted it. Before these rumors stated that AT&T would be instating one for $30 a month, but now there is a new rumor for pricing of such a plan.
This rumor reported by MacBlogz states that the tethering ... continued »
Posted on 12 January 2009 by Shawn Brown
This week has been pretty uneventful for the iPhone with CES going on in Vegas. Sling Media announced their new version of their SlingPlayer software for the iPhone. SlingPlayer Mobile allows you to watch and control your TV and DVR programming from home via the SlingBox. This iPhone application will be available in the App Store in the 1Q for ... continued »
Posted on 04 January 2009 by Shawn Brown
Following rumors of the iPhone Nano the case manufacturer XSKN, Vaja has added an "iPhone Nano" listing to their website. Many case manufacturers have started to list and sell cases for the rumored iPhone Nano. Analysts also seem to believe that Apple will release a cheaper iPhone in the first quarter of 2009. Softbank has also released a voice translation ... continued »
Posted on 03 January 2009 by Shawn Brown
Macworld is next week, immediately followed by CES 2009. The iPhone Buzz team will be attending both events to bring our readers all the latest news, announcements and updates. We will start the week off liveblogging Apple’s last keynote at Macworld on Tuesday January 6th starting at 9AM PST over at http://live.slashgear.com. Then we begin immediate coverage of CES 2009 ... continued »
Posted on 02 January 2009 by Shawn Brown
The iPhone gets yet another weight management applications and just in time for all those who made a new years resolution to get fit. This very simple, sleek looking application is designed to track your weight over an extended period of time and give users a real grasp of what is going on with their weight.
One of the first things ... continued »