No comment, funny and sick and both at once
AT&T has introduced new deals for future iPhone users, even as Apple CEO, Steve Jobs offered some respect to the carrier for its work so far…while declining comment on claims the partners may abandon their special relationship.
These new iPhone data deals are set to come into effect on June 7, the same day as Apple’s expected introduction of a new model iPhone at WWDC next week. Read more.
This clip shows you how to get Android running on your iPhone. In this case a first generation Apple iPhone running the Linux kernel and Google’s Android mobile operating system. Details and source code available at http://linuxoniphone.blogspot.com
There’s a few days to go until Apple’s annual WWDC event in San Francisco, and it looks more likely than ever the company will use the event to introduce the iPhone 4HD and to reveal more of its wider product strategy — as this morning we learn that Spanish mobile network, Telefonica, has removed both the iPhone 3G and 3GS from its catalog of available models. Read on.
Please read my Computerworld blog
In a set of claims so outlandish they could be true, Global Equities Research analyst, Trip Chowdhry, claims 7 minutes of the June 7 keynote by Apple CEO Steve Jobs has been blocked off for a presentation by Microsoft (MSFT) to talk about Visual Studio 2010. We’ve already reported how unlikely these claims are — but what would the impact be if these claims turned out to be true? Read on.
Twitter, Facebook and Windows Live Messenger will be linked to a user’s “BBC ID” which they get when they register on BBC.co.uk. Continue reading
Apple’s lack of support for Adobe Flash has generated thousands of column inches online and in print.
There’s been harsh words between Adobe’s founders and Apple CEO, Steve Jobs.
We’ve seen huge ads appear in key publications as Adobe spends cold hard cash to counter Apple’s criticism of its fading multimedia star, Flash. Apple, says Adobe, is “anti-freedom”.
Now new evidence suggests Steve Jobs is right about Flash on the iPhone.
Apple have done great things, says Microsoft boss, before disappearing into a sea of buzzword-laden waffle.
So Google spent some money, bought On2, and is now trying to make VP8 video technology available on a royalty-free basis. This is being reported in all kinds of ways, but wait just a moment before getting too gleamy at the shiny and the new. Here’s your VP8 essential reading list. Please comment your thoughts below. Continue reading