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Adobe confirms Flash for iPhone, Apple says when

September 30th, 2008

One of the biggest gripes about the iPhone is its lack of Flash support (and believe us, that is a huge deal). Now, after waiting so friggin’ long, Adobe has officially confirmed that Flash is pretty much ready to go. This can open up the floodgates to new applications and developers who were hoping to …

AT&T to potential BlackBerry Storm customers: Storm sucks, iPhone rulez!

September 24th, 2008

You definitely have to take this one at face value, but there’s an internal document floating around inside AT&T pitting the iPhone 3G against the upcoming BlackBerry Storm. We had our doubts about this document at first, but we received it from two independent sources now, so it’s legit! Here’s some of the smack-talking AT&T …

AT&T Cracking Down on iPhone 3G Users who aren’t on iPhone data plans

September 21st, 2008

Thanks to one of our readers, we’re finding out that some iPhone 3G users have somehow managed to get on data plans that aren’t intended for the iPhone 3G. The following is an e-mail that AT&T sent out to this customer regarding usage: Subject: Important information regarding your iPhone 3G The new AT&T – Your …

iPhone 3G Soon to Get Storage Boost and Contract-free Option?

September 21st, 2008

Just because it’s Sunday and you’re busy lugging around cases of Natty Ice and painting your face to pay homage to your team, doesn’t mean we get to stop hunting down rumors. So before you get all crazy with that farmer’s tan you’re still sporting, here are a couple morsels you might be interested in: …

iPhone Dev Team Sure Doesn’t Waste Any Time!

September 15th, 2008

Before anyone could completely list all their praises and complaints about the iPhone’s 2.1 Firmware, the iPhone Dev Team has already released the PwnageTool and QuickPwn for the update. So, if you were sitting on your jail-broken iPhone or iPod Touch feeling like you were left out of all the joyous hoopla (or the disappointment …

iPhone 3G Works With PAYG

September 14th, 2008

Image courtesy of TheiPhoneBlog It looks like those with less than sparkly credit might be able to use the iPhone 3G with AT&T’s Pay-As-You-Go plans. One Erica Sadun of TUAW tried putting a PAYG SIM card into an iPhone 3G (complete with data package) and apparently it worked fine. The iPhone wasn’t pWn3d or unlocked …

OTA Sync with Zimbra now available for the 3G iPhone

August 30th, 2008

Zimbra, an open source messaging and collaboration suite, announced this week the availability of Zimbra Mobile for the iPhone 3G. Zimbra users sporting the latest iPhone have enjoyed full two-way OTA synchronization of email, calendars, and contacts as well as a photo sync feature that allows photos associated with iPhone contacts to sync with the …

iPhone proliferates around the globe, the madness spreads

August 25th, 2008

The iPhone 3G must have a lot of frequent-flyer miles, because it’s certainly getting around. Today, over 21 additional countries including: Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Czech Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Estonia, Guatemala, Honduras, Hungary, India, Latvia, Lithuania, Paraguay, Peru, the Philippines, Poland, Romania, Singapore, Slovakia and Uruguay have launched the iPhone 3G. This brings iPhone availability up …

Ooopsie! Blackberry Bold suffers from iPhoneitis?

August 25th, 2008

Apparently the iPhone 3G isn’t the only hot new data device that is suffering some 3G issues. The Blackberry Bold, which has not yet been released in the United States, is reportedly losing its 3G signal and falling back to technology from the days of yore EDGE in lots of places. That’s a little better …