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Google Goggles Image Recognition Coming To iPhone

06/06/2010, Are you jealous of Android users who have been enjoying Google Goggles, the image recognition search feature offered by Google? If you’re using an iPhone, you won’t be left out for much longer, as a Google project manager has confirmed that...

Safari 5 Browser To Be Launched At WWDC?

06/06/2010, With WWDC (and hopefully the iPhone 4G) just around the corner, rumors of what will be announced tomorrow are flying around. Now the latest tidbit is that Safari 5 will be released at WWDC, and while you might initially be skeptical, some detailed release...

iPad cannot be tethered to an iPhone

06/03/2010, As the iPhone recently got its tethering option, although to make use of it, you will have to give up your unlimited data plan which surely baffles the mind (not to those charging for it though). To make matters even less rosy for iPad owners, news of...

New AT&T Data Plan Offers iPhone Tethering

06/02/2010, AT&T has introduced two new wireless data plans that will go into effect on June 7th, one of which offers iPhone tethering. While this is probably a good thing to many subscribers out there, folks who are used to unlimited data plans will notice that...

MSI i-Charger Program Allows Its Devices To Charge The Apple iPad

06/01/2010, When the iPad was launched, you might have noticed that many computers out there had some problems when trying to charge it. The reason was due to the USB ports supplying the usual 0.5amps instead of the 1.2amps that the iPad needed. Fortunately MSI has...

Apple to raise Foxconn factory workers pay?

05/31/2010, After last week 9th death (in 2010) of a Foxconn employee, the relationship between clients like Apple ,HP and others with Foxconn, a contract manufacturer that builds all kinds of devices for established brands, has become untenable from a PR...

Microscope Confirms The iPhone 4G Offers 960 x 640 Pixel Resolution

05/30/2010, Rumors have been going around for some time that the upcoming iPhone 4G would sport a higher resolution display, possibly one with a 960 x 640 resolution. Now it seems that some folks over in the Czech Republic have managed to do some detective work, and...

Skype 2.0 For iPhone Offers 3G Calling

05/30/2010, Good news for iPhone owners out there who use Skype. The VoIP company has released Skype 2.0 for the iPhone which finally offers the ability to make calls over 3G networks, instead of having to rely on a Wi-Fi network. According to Skype, other additional...

Cut My SIM Lets You Easily Convert Your SIM Card Into A MicroSIM

05/29/2010, Do you have an iPad 3G but want to use a SIM card from a carrier that doesn’t offer a MicroSIM? We’ve seen folks come up with their own DIY methods of chopping up their SIM cards to fit, and it does work, but there are many of us who are just...

Amazon Kindle App for iPad official worldwide

05/28/2010, “Worldwide” here means all geographical locations that currently offer the iPad, which means you can now select from hundreds of thousands of books available in the Kindle Store on iPad. The inclusion of Amazon Whispersync technology will help...

Barnes & Noble Launches Its iPad App

05/27/2010, Barnes and Noble might be a little late into the iPad game, as Amazon already has its Kindle for iPad app, but it’s better late than never, right? iPad owners are now able to download the Barnes & Noble (BN) eReader for iPad for free. This app...

JBL OnStage Micro 2 iPhone Speaker Dock

05/26/2010, We’ve got our hands on the new JBL OnStage Micro II, and we took it for a spin. First, a quick description is in order: this is an iPod Touch/iPhone speaker dock that can be connected via USB to a computer for data-sync purposes. The dock also has a...

Control A Vending Machine Via iPhone

05/25/2010, Can’t figure out what to do next with your iPhone? Maybe you could rig a vending machine to offer you soft drinks via your iPhone. An MIT graduate did just that, as he purchased a vending machine on Craigslist to create the first iPhone-controlled...