• Two new speakerdocks from iHome look very nice

    [photopress:ihome2.jpg,full,center] The people at iHome make some of the more attractive iPod accessories around. There are a gazillion docks out there, but most are made from cheapish plastics and look like a cyborg threw up. The iH69 speaker system from iHome does not. The attractive, slim stereo speakers feature a dock for your favorite iPod and include a minimalist remote control. These… Read More

  • Rumor: First 3G iPhones in Singapore, now with more caning

    Singapore is apparently going to be the first country to have the 3G iPhone in September 2008. The carrier, SingTel, said the phone would cost about $700. I’m calling bullshit. In related news, Apple “may have order” 10 million 3G iphones from Asia, according to a Gartner analyst. This new model will include an OLED and should be headed to Asia. I’m also calling… Read More

  • O'Reilly bets that jailbroken and SDK phones will exist concurrently

    O’Reillly just published a book by Jonathan Zdziarski, the writer of NES.app for the iPhone and one of the premier iPhone hackers. It describes how to jailbreak and install BSD applications and program using the iPhone APIs. Interestingly, this book assumes that the SDK will be a completely different animal and separates this “open” hacking from officially sanctioned hacking. Read More

  • LOLPeter part 2

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  • Guess who just got an iPhone?

    Meeeeeee. I sure as heck didn’t pay for it, but some strings were pulled and now I have one to pet heavily for the next couple weeks. Maybe now Biggs will shut up and not whip his out every two seconds. I’ll stick with AT&T for a little bit, but rest assured that Jailbreaking will commence shortly. Read More

  • Microsoft: "We're totally into our new iPhones, might even port Office over."

    Fortune is reporting that Microsoft may be eyeing the iPhone as a potential outlet for their warez teams, including programming Office applications and voice control for Apple’s joy box. “It’s really important for us to understand what we can bring to the iPhone,” Tom Gibbons, corporate vice president of Microsoft’s Specialized Devices and Applications Group… Read More

  • Microsoft: MS Office on iPhone? It could happen

    Fortune is reporting that Microsoft may be eyeing the iPhone as a potential outlet for their software, including Office applications and voice control for Apple’s iPhone. “It’s really important for us to understand what we can bring to the iPhone,” Tom Gibbons, corporate vice president of Microsoft’s Specialized Devices and Applications Group, told Fortune on Monday. Read More

  • Kevin Rose says 3G iPhone will have video chat

    I’m calling bullshit but feel free to watch Kevin Rose prognosticate. That means “tell the future,” not what you’re thinking, pervo. Read More

  • iPhone firmware 2.0 out and about

    BGR does it again. Now we know what Exchange and the Parental Controls look like. Hooray. Not. Maybe just a little. [photopress:normal_iPhone2.0_20.jpg,thumb,pp_image][photopress:normal_iPhone2.0_33.jpg,thumb,pp_image][photopress:normal_iPhone2.0_34.jpg,thumb,pp_image][photopress:normal_iPhone2.0_31.jpg,thumb,pp_image] Read More

  • iPhone version of 'Mario Kart'-ish game

    http://www.gametrailers.com/remote_wrap.php?mid=32045 No telling how really real this is because it’s just a teaser video, but we have what appears to be a Mario Kart-like game for the iPhone. It’s apparently being developed by France’s int13, but I found no mention of the game itself on the company’s site. The steering wheel looks interesting and the little cursor… Read More

  • Photos of the iPhone AppStore leaked?

    Take this with a grain of whatever delicious condiment you most enjoy but we have what appears to be a screenshot of the upcoming iPhone AppStore — the place where you’ll be able to download applications created using the software development kit that was recently released. The T-Mobile logo in the upper right left hand corner seems to be causing some concern for certain skeptics… Read More

  • Is Apple's 3-D technology patent a sign of its video game console initiative?

    [photopress:patent_080320_2.jpg,full,center] The US patent office is responsible for much rumormongering. It’s the nature of the beast to publicize half-legible drawings that make us bloggers try to make sense of what’s going on. Usually the images and descriptions are vague enough that we can’t figure out what we’re looking at, but sometimes, when coupled with other… Read More

  • OK, so Adobe isn't making Flash for iPhone, at least not yet

    [photopress:flash.jpg,full,left]Remember yesterday we brought you news that Adobe was fast-tracking a version of Flash for the iPhone? Yah, not so much. Adobe’s CEO Narayen assumed it would be possible with the recently released iPhone SDK. It’s not. The likely scenario is that the SDK doesn’t open up enough of the needed infrastructure of the phone to implement Flash. Read More

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    Help-Key: Activating, SIM unlocking and jailbreaking an iPhone the very, very easy way.

    [photopress:Picture_51.jpg,full,center] I’ve been keeping up with jailbreaking the iPod Touch here on the Help-Keys, and I know its helped a lot of people to open up their hardware. Make no mistake, the iPod Touch is one of the most outstanding pieces of hardware I’ve ever seen, and the work the various hackers developers have been doing with it is amazing. I also feel the iPhone… Read More

  • Video: The Hiphone gets unboxed, reviewed

    Another day, another Apple knockoff. Meet the Hiphone, a clone from Hong Kong. It sure looks like an iPhone, and is packaged like an iPhone, but it apparently isn’t anything like the iPhone. I’ve used this phone before. It’s a quad-band GSM phone that comes unlocked, feel free to add your own SIM, but it’s got Satan’s touchscreen. Stick with the original, kids. Read More

  • Gartner recommends iPhone for business users, fish food for fish

    Gartner Research, in a stunning reversal, says that the iPhone is great for business, at least when firmware 2.0 hits. Their reasoning? Well, Steve said it was so. “In its initial release, the iPhone was, with few exceptions, an Internet tablet with browser-based applications as its main offering, however, the release of firmware 2.0 changes that, enabling enterprises to develop local… Read More

  • DLO's new StrapWrap is just what it sounds like

    [photopress:strapwrap.jpg,full,center] There are a few jokes in the tech blogging community on what DLO’s acronym stands for, as the company tends to focus on iPodish products, like skins, or “Docks, Like, Only”. But DLO is my favorite maker of iPod cases, and the latest edition, the StrapWrap, is pretty awesome. It’s a sleeve that you attach to the strap of your… Read More

  • Adobe to develop an iPhone Flash player

    Shortly after Steve Jobs’ comments concerning the mobile version of Flash — the full version’s too slow on the iPhone and the mobile version “is not capable of being used with the web” —  Adobe’s CEO Shantanu Narayen has said… “We believe Flash is synonymous with the Internet experience, and we are committed to bringing Flash to… Read More

  • iPhone's media platform success due to AT&T

    http://blip.tv/scripts/flash/showplayer.swf?enablejs=true&feedurl=http%3A%2F%2Fcrunchgear%2Eblip%2Etv%2Frss&file=http%3A%2F%2Fblip%2Etv%2Frss%2Fflash%2F725759&showplayerpath=http%3A%2F%2Fblip%2Etv%2Fscripts%2Fflash%2Fshowplayer%2Eswf I won’t deny that the iPhone is a hyperbeast of media goodness. They surveyed 10,000 iPhone users and found that AT&T’s unlimited… Read More

  • CrunchDeals: 8GB iPhone for $249

    While perusing the AT&T wireless site for a replacement phone for my mom I saw that refurbed 8GB iPhones are going for $100 less than Apple’s refurbs. Would you pay $249 for an iPhone? I’m tempted, I really am. But then there’s always that asterisk. AT&T Read More