Technology Vulnerabilities

Like all other online appliances family, the iPhone too has its vulnerabilities; some of them very serious. People are buying iPhones at the same speed despite security hiccups. Savvy individuals, however, go a long way to secure the device and reduce their risk if iPhone gets lost or stolen. Wired’s how-to wiki offers some […]

iPhone Rules the Market

Apple’s iPhone is taking the market by force. According to a piece at Fortune’s Apple 2.0 blog Apple has sold 8 million iPhone’s to date. But that’s not an official stat from Apple, it’s an approximation based on collected International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) numbers. A joint project of AFB and Investor Village’s AAPL Sanity […]

FlightTrack Flight Plan

Walking into the unknown and exploring new sites. Locations and territories might be fun for travelers but sitting at the airports and waiting for delayed flight is not. It is boring to say the least. One wishes to spend all quality time doing something useful and fruitful instead of wasting time in waiting. Which […]

Charge Your iPhone With (sun)Light

Lithium ion polymer battery capacity: 3.7V 1500 mAh Output voltage: 5V (max) Output current: 450 ma (max) + Solar battery 100ma(max) Charge voltage: Solar battery 6V+USB DC 5V Charge current: 100ma (max)+ 500 ma (max) Electric eye dimension: 83mmx50mm Peak power supplied by photocell: 0.61W Operating voltage: 6V (max) Electric eye charging current : […]

Tug of War Between Carriers and the Developers

The iPhones are unleashing a huge wave of creative energy. The new applications are driving purchases in huge numbers of speedy smart phones and users are going to do what users do: use them. We are not just talking about consumers, though they are the leading edge of the newest products. Just as the BlackBerry […]

iPhone Life magazine

iPhone Life magazine is being launched on September 9, 2008. The magazine will carry news, reviews, and tips for both consumers and enterprise users.

The 100-page first issue includes Full coverage of the new 3G iPhone, Top software from the iTunes store, 85 hidden features, Best FREE software and web apps, How to Rip DVDs, […]

iPhone Network

The iPhone is in hot demand? With a new and natural interface, good camera, GPS and a lot more, it’s no wonder that its users’ base is growing exponentially.

Let us imagine the identity implications here. The iPhone follows you, where you go. In essence, it in many ways is a part of you, […]

Gadget of the Year

Stuff Magazine readers have rated Apple’s iPhone 3G as the “Gadget of the Year.” What followed closely were Microsoft’s Xbox 360 console, Nintendo’s Wii Fit, and B&W’s Zeppelin iPod speakers. All of the products up for this honor were judged in categories including performance, design and value, as well as “cool factor”.

So what is […]

Yahoo’s oneConnect

Sale reports show the unprecedented growth in iPhone sale. When that is happening, Yahoo has announced that it will bring its oneConnect social address book application to Apple’s App Store to work on both the iPhone and iPod touch.

Yahoo’s oneConnect application lets users integrate contacts, send instant messages or SMS messages, and view their […]

Fashion and iPhone

Cell phones have become omnipresent across the world. In some places they are a fashion accessories too. Remember, cell phone being worn by women as an ear rings. The news is Style.com – a fashion website – is offering free application for Apple Inc.’s iPhone as well as iPod Touch. The fashion app displays the […]

Look At My iPhone

In old ages, necessity was a mother of invention, as they say. Now web technological collaboration and users’ base who can afford are inspirations behind what is being invented. The iPhone – good mix of hardware, software, industrial design, Internet services and receptive market – is case in point.

The iPhone is a cool gadget […]

Future is now

The iPhone is a from the family of the Internet appliances that are enabling web access on the move. Like many other complex systems, iPhone is the result of converging and enabling web collaborative technologies. There are many patents dating back as far as the 1960s.

The trend was set in by Infogear in 1998 […]

How you use your iPhone?

How you use your iPhone? Well the answers depend whom you are asking. In addition to making calls and using it as MP3 player iPhone can do much more. What is more, Apple has made it possible for anyone to create their own applications for the iPhone and this special feature is being fully utilized […]