news June 15th, 2010
The iPhone and iPod Touch keep your media close, but what about the rest of your data? DataCase keeps your files close by turning your iPhone or iPod Touch into a hand held wireless drive. Keep your data with you wherever you go and access it when and where you need, on any available computer (Mac, PC, Linux), no upload program or server configuration necessary.
Uploader apps are limiting and server configurations are painful. That’s why DataCase works directly with Finder and Bonjour to make saving files to your iPhone easy. Start DataCase and your Mac already knows that it’s there. Drag and drop files just like it was another hard drive. File transfer made easy: just drag and drop.
No computer available? Why not view your files on your iPhone! DataCase makes it easy to view your Documents, Audio, Video, and Photos. Sneak a peak at your Powerpoint Document, Re-Read your Word Document, Review that PDF, Check your Excel spreadsheet. View your files, no computer necessary.
I Am Rich is an iPhone application that will cost you
The first DJ program for iPhone and iPod Touch.
MixMeister Scratch is a free application for iPhone 3G, iPhone, and iPod Touch that enables you to scratch anywhere, anytime. Download MixMeister Scratch for free from the iTunes App Store right now and scratch on top of your music in seconds.
To get started, play a song in your mobile digital device, select a scratch from the collection of included vinyl sounds to fit your imagination and creativity, and start scratching. You can even adjust the volume of the music in real time.
MixMeister Scratch has been fully approved by Apple for use with iPhone, iPhone 3G and iPod Touch. Download the first DJ program for iPhone today…for free!
MixMeister Scratch is available now for free download from the iTunes App Store.
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About iPhone Configuration Utility 1.0
iPhone Configuration Utility lets you easily create, maintain, and sign configuration profiles, track and install provisioning profiles and authorized applications, and capture device information including console logs.
Configuration profiles are XML files that contain device security policies, VPN configuration information, Wi-Fi settings, APN settings, Exchange account settings, mail settings, and certificates that permit iPhone and iPod touch to work with your enterprise systems.
The world of finance is sober, serious business, ever more so in a struggling through economy. Bloomberg’s freeware application for the iPhone and iPod Touch gives information-seekers a clear view of the moment with financial headlines, a ticker finder, and a fleshed-out index of world markets.
An appealing dark-themed app, Bloomberg contains a read-only newsfeed and statistics on various exchanges in global markets. Highs, lows, and a graph of yearlong performance are displayed for each exchange–further charts and tables are available for industry and stock movers.
To discover individual stock performance, users simply enter the company name into the stock finder, which also keeps a short-term history of your past queries. Even better, entering stocks and your share holdings into the My Stocks folder creates a personalized portfolio you can watch for daily fluctuation.
An Apple iPhone or iPod touch will become a central part of Abilene Christian University’s innovative learning experience this fall when all freshmen are provided one of these converged media devices, said Phil Schubert, ACU executive vice president.
At ACU – the first university in the nation to provide these cutting-edge media devices to its incoming class – freshmen will use an iPhone or iPod touch to receive homework alerts, answer in-class surveys and quizzes, get directions to their professors’ offices, and check their meal and account balances – among more than 15 other useful web applications already developed, said ACU Chief Information Officer Kevin Roberts. ACU’s vision for technology has been captured in a forward-looking film called ‘Connected,’ found online – along with information about ACU’s other ground-breaking mobile learning
So, what’s with the new iPhone 3G?
Well, it’s pretty much the same iPhone as before — except now it’s down to $200, and has way faster 3G data, A-GPS (which is even better than regular GPS), as well as a flush headphone jack (which is great for anyone who doesn’t want to use Apple’s bundled headphones). Oh, and it’s also a little thinner around the edges, and a little thicker at the center. If you want to know what it was like to try out, check out our iPhone 3G hands-on.
How’d they get the price so low? The iPhone used to be crazy expensive.
Actually, depending on how you do the math it’s not actually cheaper. Now, in some countries the iPhone is free when you sign up for service, and in the US you’ll pay $200 for the 8GB model — half what it was a month ago — so you’re definitely paying less up front. But the data plans cost more now, so you might wind up spending more money over the long run.
One of the big announcements to come out of WWDC 08′ was the introduction of Apple’s new MobileMe Internet service. MobileMe features push email, push contacts and push calendars from your “cloud” to native apps on your iPhone, iPod touch, Mac or PC. MobileMe will be available shortly and will replace Apple’s .mac service.
The MobileMe service will deliver a desktop-like experience on the web. Changes made on your MobileMe cloud will automatically update native applications on all of computers and or devices.
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