It’s a sign of the times, with content becoming the only driver for internet access (after all, if there was nothing there, who’d bother visiting), the relationships grow interesting, latest news is WiFi internet service, The Cloud, plans to offer free wireless access to MySpace users.
The Strategy Analytics Wireless Media Lab has released its latest report, exploring use of iTunes as a mobile music store.
Sure, now, we know that right now the only way you’re going to be able to buy music through your iPhone is via the iTunes Store for WiFi, and while the App Store lets you purchase products over the 3G connection, we’re not convinced iTunes qualifies as a mobile shop just yet.
Though we do think it will.
Say goodbye to those annoying and over-complex remote controls you lose behind the couch or see walking away in the jaws of your dog – soon your iPhone will be doing the job for you instead.
That’s because Zilog has introduced Crimzon Connects, an intelligent home control solution for the iPhone, BlackBerry Curve or any WiFi-connected device. So, what’s it do?
The solution lets you control TVs, DVD players, stereos, lights, home security systems and more – basically any electronic gadget that has its control signals included within Zilog’s industry-leading infra-red universal remote control signals database. The company is working with electronics makers, and hopes to introduce the system this autumn.
Creative’s ZEN X-Fi player is still in progress and is being more directly targeted at Apple on both the hardware and software sides, says a slew of leaked information. Spotted in an official product shot, the X-Fi changes the look of the original ZEN to an aluminum-and-chrome look…