Get the most out of your iPhone battery

by David Martin A number of complaints regarding the iPhone 3GS' battery have surfaced on Apple's discussion board since the handset's June 19 launch. ...

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Fluent Mobile launches Fluent News to aggregate news for the iPhone

That VideoGame Blog » John Carmack hearts iPhone, suggests more titles

Any gamer with an iPhone and five bucks to spare probably purchased Wolfenstein 3D the very moment it hit the App Store this past March. At least that's what I did, and it made the morning commute exponentially more enjoyable as I ...


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How I Got Two iPhone Apps Refunded. « Pixel Bits

29Jun09. Chrome-1. Holy Moly, Apple does return and refund iPhone apps!! I am THE biggest stickler for value:money (ratio), and firmly believe in “You get what you pay for.” Upon recommendation, I forked over cash for Beejive –an IM ...


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iPhone 3GS units overheating, causing discoloration? | iLounge News

Senior Editor, iLounge. Published: Monday, June 29, 2009. News Category: iPhone. image. A number of iPhone 3GS owners have complained that the handset becomes overly hot, with at least one user reporting a discoloration of the white ...


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Birdfeed, A New Twitter Client For The iPhone

Birdfeed, A New Twitter Client For The iPhone. by Scott Beale on June 29, 2009 · 0 comments · Birdfeed · Buzz Andersen has just released Birdfeed, his highly anticipated new Twitter client for the iPhone. I've been testing it out for a ...


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Birdfeed: Finally, An iPhone Twitter Client To Match Tweetie's ...

If you own an iPhone, chances are you have at least one Twitter client on it. And while everyday seems to bring new ...


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Palm Pre Takes The Storm and iPhone By Surprise

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iPhone apps will challenge Google's mobile search

By Jason Hiner, Special to ZDNet Asia commentary Google created the Android mobile OS because it wants its search engine to remain relevant as the world ...

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Carmack Bringing id Software Catalogue To iPhone

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The iPhone has a serious ally in id Software's John Carmack,

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