Launch: Highrise for iPhone - (37signals)

Last year we decided to embark on designing our own iPhone app for Highrise. We picked Highrise because there were already some good options for Basecamp, and Campfire was well represented by the wonderful Ember. ...

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New 'iPhone killer' 4G mobile phone is unveiled in the U.S.

Nexus One Vs. iPhone Info-Graphic: Googlephone Wins

By Charlie Sorrel If you ever doubted that our friends at iFixit were the kings of the nerdy tear-down, you can stop it right now. ...
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iPhone games make more money than PSP games

In news that may not surprise anybody, new figures have revealed that iPhone/iPod games are raking in more cash than PSP games. Considering the fact that ...
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Safari, IPhone Hacked on First Day of Pwn2Own Contest

By Lex Friedman, Apple's Safari browser got hacked on both Snow Leopard and the iPhone during the first day of the annual Pwn2Own contest, ...
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Konnet iCrado & HardJAC Graffito iPhone Case

Konnet has released two new products. One is just for the iPhone 3G or 3Gs and the other is for all the iPhones, most of the iPod Touches, and some of the ...

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Opera Mini for iPhone vs iPhone Safari browser speed test

The iPhone's Safari web browser is really good for casual web surfing, but it sucks when you're limited to slower data speeds – like EDGE on AT&T (NYSE: T). ...

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Cascadia Announces New Game Apps for the iPhone

Cascadia Investments, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: CDIV) announced today that it has now completed its purchase of eighteen game applications developed for the Apple ...

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Excrutiating Detail: Nexus One vs. iPhone 3GS

by Rob Jackson on March 25th, 2010 I'm not sure you can get more detailed a comparison between the Nexus One and iPhone when you're putting the phones ...

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AdMob Registers 50% Market Share For iPhone OS Based On Smartphone Traffic

by Robin Wauters on Mar 25, 2010 According to AdMob, smartphones accounted for 48 percent of its worldwide traffic last month, up from 35 percent in ...

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