By Christopher Price on November 5, 2012
A repeat of a deal we ran recently, now ten dollars cheaper than the last time.
By Christopher Price on April 21, 2012
Held out to give your iOS device an HDMI port? Now’s your chance to declare that patience is a virtue… just hurry, since this will probably sell out.
By Humberto Saabedra on April 3, 2010
Lost in the hype surrounding the iPad launch this morning, Netflix VP of Corporate Communications Steve Swasey has confirmed an iPhone/iPod Touch version of the Netflix Watch Instantly application on the iPad. No release timeframe was given at the time of the announcement yesterday.
By Christopher Price on April 18, 2009
Apple has advised Apple Authorized Resellers to begin placing on clearance both the Apple Composite AV Cable and Apple Component AV Cable. PhoneNews.com has learned that Apple will be consolidating these cables, ahead of the launch of the next iPhone. Both current cables were not well received by the public. The cables first added encryption […]
By Christopher Price on November 9, 2008
Orb today updated their OrbLive client for iPhone and iPod touch. Today’s update enables the ability to watch Live TV (streamed from a host PC) to iPhone over 3G and EDGE connections. Previously, Apple has blocked such uses of the 3G network, forcing people to use Wi-Fi for such connections. For example, VoIP providers are […]
By Christopher Price on November 6, 2008
Orb has just released their streaming television client for iPhone and iPod touch… on the App Store. Orb’s iPhone application was previously only available on jailbroken iPhones. The application connects with the Orb software installed on a Windows PC. A TV tuner on the PC provides DVR abilities, as well as placeshifting both recorded and […]
By Christopher Price on October 27, 2008
Google today launched Google Earth for iPhone and iPod touch. The application is a near-complete port of Google Earth from Mac OS X. It takes advantage of the iPhone’s (and iPod touch’s) accelerometer, as well as iPhone’s GPS system. The application relies on the Open GL-ES support inside of Mac OS X. The Google Earth […]
By Christopher Price on September 22, 2008
At the launch of the App Store, Apple noted the ability for developers to distribute software outside of the App Store. Essentially, Apple allows developers to issue software based on the iPhone’s serial number. This allows a company to issue an application to iPhones, without the application being on the App Store. More importantly, it […]
By Christopher Price on September 18, 2008
iPhone and iPod touch users can download Avatron Software’s Air Sharing for free until September 22, from the App Store. The developers plan to charge $6.99 beginning on the 22nd. Air Sharing enables the iPhone or iPod touch to be used as a Wi-Fi storage device, using WebDAV to mount the device as a drive […]
By Humberto Saabedra on September 9, 2008
During the “Let’s Rock” press event this morning, Apple confirmed that iTunes 8 would ship out today with a new intelligent playlist composition feature which will be called Genius as well as a text-to speech feature dubbed Accessibility. Lost in the hype for the new nano and iPod Touch refresh, however was the pending release […]