Posted on 03 August 2009 by Vincent Nguyen
Only the other this morning we were talking about WildCharge's latest wire-free charging upgrade to accommodate the iPhone 3GS, and now it's sitting on our desk. Based around a mains-powered base-plate and special "skin" case for the Apple smartphone, the WildCharge system is fully approved by Apple and promise protection from bumps and scratches as well as cable-free convenience. ... continued »
Posted on 28 July 2009 by Vincent Nguyen
The new iLuv iEA15 iPod Remote Adapter is exactly what I’ve been waiting for! I have very expensive customs headset from Sleek Audio that I can’t use with the iPod shuffle 3rd gen and it bugs me to death. Those days of frustrations are over (once I get one in to review) with the iEA15. It’s available in August for ... continued »
Posted on 14 May 2009 by Vincent Nguyen
Could these be the new iPhone that Apple may announce at WWDC09 on June 8, 2009? iPhone buzz just got an anonymous tip which included a boat load of rendered images and two short video clips labeled “iPhone unibody” and “iPhone nano”.
Keep in mind that these are mere rendering of what may or may not be the real products ... continued »
Posted on 25 February 2009 by Vincent Nguyen
Starting today, "Supersize Me" iPhone App for ZumoDrive is available - for the grand price of $0 for a limited time. Hurry up and grab it now, or else you'll have to shell out $4.99 later on when the company starts charging for it.
Posted on 12 January 2009 by Vincent Nguyen
Whether it's the carrier, the hardware or the environment you're in, there are plenty of reasons why using your iPhone can be an exercise in frustration. Poor signal strength impacts everything from making and receiving calls to your data connection; that's why Wilson Electronics' iBooster is so tempting. Promised to reduce dropped calls, increase data rates and open up what ... continued »
Posted on 04 August 2008 by Vincent Nguyen
It blows me away that the slightest fix on the iPhone yields huge results. In my unscientific side by side speed test to see which version will load SlashGear and iPhone Buzz faster on WiFi and 3G, the result on WiFi isn't that big of a deal, but on 3G - iPhone 2.01 blew 2.0 out of the water!
Posted on 29 July 2008 by Vincent Nguyen
Apple have been especially strict with programmers who want to release 'beta' software to iPhone and iPod Touch users; right now, the company will reject submissions with 'beta' or 'test' style descriptions. However developers must have a way to send out beta or review copies of their apps to beta testers and reviewers. Up until now, the only ... continued »
Posted on 26 July 2008 by Vincent Nguyen
The board game Scrabble has been around decades before I was even born. It brings me a lot of joy that EA has ported this word building game over to the iPhone. In case you haven't heard of Scrabble, it's a game where you get seven letters that you use to build words on the game board. Certain letters have ... continued »
Posted on 25 July 2008 by Vincent Nguyen
United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) just released a large document detailing "Touch Screen Device, Method, and Graphical User Interface for Determining Commands by Applying Heuristics". There are lots and lots of information in this patent (#20080174570) but only one particular section that really caught my eye. It has to do with one feature many of us have been ... continued »
Posted on 25 July 2008 by Vincent Nguyen
Apparently, the word in the blogosphere is that Apple has seeded a beta version of iPhone 2.1 Firmware (Beta 1 – build 5F90 to develepers. GearLive reports that Apple included new Core Location features that might allow turn-by-turn GPS and can possibly track the direction and the speed you’re traveling.
In addition to the new iPhone 2.1 firmware, Apple also ... continued »
Posted on 22 July 2008 by Vincent Nguyen
Let me start off by saying that I'm not much of a case user, but after handling Griffin's three cases for the iPhone 3G even I'm impressed with how nice they feel! Think of the elan Form case as a hybrid between hard plastic and leather, while the Nu Form uses hard plastic and rubberized plastic and the Wave case ... continued »
Posted on 21 July 2008 by Vincent Nguyen
The long awaited eWallet application finally hit the AppStore over the weekend. Anyone from the Palm or Windows Mobile world should recognize this brand by Ilium Software --- unless you've been living under a rock somewhere.
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eWallet has a clean interface, easy and intuitive to use, while you can rest assured ... continued »