Remembering 9 11: Social media, iPhone app graphic reminder

As we remember the attacks on 9/11, social media has made it easy to find videos, photos and memorials of the September 11 attacks. ...

Week in Apple: Apple relaxes dev restrictions, advertising on the iPhone, and more

By Jacqui Cheng | Last updated September 11, 2010 11:00 AM This week in Apple, we took a look at iTunes 10's new crazy interface, how advertisers are ...

Reminder: Get your free iPhone case by September 30th

Apple's iPhone 4 case program page reminds you that if you haven't jumped on the free case they're offering for the Antennagate issue, you're running out of time. The free case program will expire on September 30th, so if you haven't ...The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW) -

Apple Will End IPhone Case Giveaway to Most Users on Sept. 30

By Adam Satariano - Fri Sep 10 20:06:46 GMT 2010 Apple Inc. will stop giving away free cases for the iPhone 4 to most users at the end of the month, ...

iOS 4.1 to Finally Fix iPhone 4 Proximity Sensor - PCWorld ...

Apple is set to release iOS 4.1 next week and finally resolve the proximity sensor issue plaguing many iPhone 4

Apple releases iPhone Configuration Utility 3.1 for Mac, PC ...

To coincide with Wednesday's iOS 4.1 update, Apple also updated iPhone Configuration Utility, its device management software for businesses and the

Afrihost Brand Relaunch - Win an iPad, iPhone 4 and ADSL Data.

Help choose Afrihost's new logo and enter the draw to win a new 32GB WiFi

iPhone finds its Google Voice

By Bill Ray • Get more from this author Apple has told a third-party developer that his Google Voice client will be approved when resubmitted, ...

Apple confirms Sept. 30 end for iPhone 4 Case Program | iLounge News

iLounge news discussing the Apple confirms Sept. 30 end for iPhone 4 Case Program. Find more Apple news from leading independent iPod, iPhone, and iPad site.iLounge | All Things iPod, iPhone,... -

Freaking Microsoft Weirdos Celebrate iPhone and BlackBerry Funerals

These people work at Microsoft. To celebrate the release to manufacturing of Windows Phone 7—which means it's now market-ready—they took the streets carrying a dead giant iPhone and BlackBerry, followed by a parade.Gizmodo -

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