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Review: Days of Thunder for iPhone

February 13th, 2009
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Freeverse and Paramount bring Days of Thunder to the (iPhone’s) small screen. The end result is an entertaining racing game that doesn’t take itself too seriously.








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iPhone management tools: Are they enough?

February 13th, 2009
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Apple has no enterprise-class tool for its mobile phone, and analysts doubt that point products from other vendors fill the gap, InfoWorld reports.








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Nova Media releases 3G hardware development kit

February 13th, 2009
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Nova Media released a hardware development kit allowing users to simulate 3G
hardware and software solutions.








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Review: Spreadsheet editing apps for the iPhone

February 13th, 2009
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Rob Griffiths takes a look at a handful of products that let you view, edit, and create spreadsheets on your iPhone or iPod touch.








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The Macalope Weekly: With competitors like these, who needs friends?

February 13th, 2009
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The Macalope hears whispers of the Zune phone rising from the dead, sees another iTunes competitor get the axe, and wonders why people insist on comparing the iPhone and the Kindle.








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Samsung delays Google Android phone

February 13th, 2009
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Samsung is delaying the release of a mobile phone based on Google’s Android mobile operating system until the second half of 2009.








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New iPhone apps let you control Amazon cloud services

February 13th, 2009
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A pair of new iPhone applications let Amazon EC2 users manipulate their systems on the go.








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Review: Satellite for iPhone

February 13th, 2009
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A dedicated app for accessing and commenting on Reddit.com stories, Satellite gets the job done well enough. But it’s not very stable, and it’s hard to justify paying for content that’s otherwise free, even if it’s delivered in a pretty interface.








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iPhone developer says 99 cent price point not sustainable

February 13th, 2009
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iPhone developer App Cubby has released the data from their pricing experiment, which saw the price of their apps lowered to 99 cents.








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Mophie Juice Pack Air gives iPhone longer run time

February 13th, 2009
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Mophie’s new Juice Pack Air can keep the iPhone going up to twice as long, thanks to a built-in battery.








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