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How Apples Moral Compass Works Fast Company – StumbleUpon

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How Apples Moral Compass Works Fast Company – StumbleUpon. Interesting list of iPhone Apps that were banned and the reasons why. I didn’t know some of these and it’s a good review. If I were a developer/iPad app marketer I would read this.

Why I regret switching to Verizons 4G network VentureBeat – StumbleUpon

Why I regret switching to Verizons 4G network VentureBeat – StumbleUpon. Interesting experience in which 4G works well for some people and not for others. I remember that when I bought my first iPhone it had terrible problems with the EDGE network in Chicago. It was very slow. Perhaps having a couple of protocols is the way to go with mobile devices.

The 50 Most Important Handheld Devices of All Time – Page 2 Maximum PC – StumbleUpon

The 50 Most Important Handheld Devices of All Time – Page 2 Maximum PC – StumbleUpon. Interesting list. Some surprising historical devices here.

Can your smartphone save your life? VentureBeat – StumbleUpon

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Can your smartphone save your life? VentureBeat – StumbleUpon. The answer is yes. If you are looking for iPhone only medical apps then read this review.

Netgear DGN3500 works great with Macs

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iphone – Anyone have experience with the Netgear DGN3500 or Linksys WAG320N? – Apple – Stack Exchange. Seems to work great. Don’t buy the Belkin Surf and Share. It has a hidden firewall and doesn’t allow Bonjour to work between Macs which means no iTunes. So based on past Belkin stuff, it seems safer to just avoid it.

Disabling location services won’t stop your iPhone from tracking your location – TNW Apple

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Disabling location services won’t stop your iPhone from tracking your location – TNW Apple. This shouldn’t be the case. Apple is crossing the line here on what is acceptable.

How much are stolen iPhones worth?

Apple IIGS & iPhone 3GS at the San Francisco A...

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Sadly only a fraction of the retail price. An easy way to make money for some people. Apparently they work in two person teams. I am not buying another iPhone since mine was stolen from my hand.

Sorry, wrong number [Via I, Cringely] I was in Los Angeles last Friday for TV meetings and lost my iPhone 4. It was on my belt and suddenly it wasn’t. Then in one of those deja vu experiences I noticed that I was only steps from an Apple Store, so I went inside to trace my iPhone using the Where is my iPhone? app. But my iPhone was nowhere. Understand it was fully-charged and I had been using it less than 10 minutes before. My phone was nowhere t … Read More

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Horny iPhone shhhhhhh (via Excuse Me……)

Clever amplification effort. I wonder if this is going to spawn new designs that don’t require power to increase phone capability.

Horny iPhone shhhhhhh en&is‘s MegaPhone was a popular item at Salone Satellite this year. It’s a ceramic amplifier that has been raised up off the table on a wooden base to allow for the best possible sound. Designed for the iPhone, it’s a great option to listen without headphones whether you’re listening to your favorite band or a conference call. … Read More

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