Los Angeles - Mobile video developers Flixwagon and Qik are separately
working on applications that will stream video from an iPhone, according
to various reports. Both solutions will use the iPhone’s built-in camera, and
both are currently available only for jailbroken iPhones. The applications
currently support limited video quality, but allow users to post videos to
various sites, including YouTube.
Madrid - Spain-based
telecommunications firm Telefonica announced on Wednesday that it will
distribute Apple’s (NASD: AAPL) iPhone in 12 Latin American countries and the Czech Republic,
expanding on previous deals and brining the total number of countries the
company will offer the iPhone in to 16. The new Latin American agreement covers
Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua,
Panama, Peru, Urguay and Venezuela.
San Francisco – As expected, Apple (NASD: AAPL) CEO Steve Jobs on Monday
unveiled the new iPhone 3G, which he says is "twice as fast" as the
first-generation model and will sell in the U.S. for $199 (8GB) or $299 (16GB)
beginning on July 11. Apple also introduced iPhone 2.0 software, also to
release on July 11, which will include support for Microsoft Exchange
ActiveSync, over-the-air push e-mail, remote wipe and Cisco IPsec VPN for
encrypted access to corporate networks.
The iPhone 3G will run on AT&T’s [...]. one comment
San Francisco - Apple (NASD: AAPL) CEO Steve Jobs unveiled the much-anticipated second-generation Apple smart phones at the companyâ€™s annual Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco on Monday. The new iPhone 3G will use third-generation, or 3G, wireless technology to enable users to run wireless Internet applications like streaming video much faster than before. The price is also cut to $199 from $399 for the 8GB version, when it goes on sale in 22 countries on July 11.
So why [...].
Apple is expected to launch a new version of its iPhone at the Apple World Wide Developers’ Conference in San Francisco today Monday. As with all such events, the speculation
amongst Apple fans and foes has almost reached fever pitch. Last week
UK Internet visits to the iPhone website reached a new high. In fact,
there were over twice the number of visits last week than during any of
previous peaks, including the initial announcement, UK launch and recent price cut.
Looking at the latest [...].
Hands-On Mobile recently announced that Guitar Hero III Mobile, which they publish through a licence from Activision (NASD: ATVI), has been downloaded a million times. It’s a milestone for the mobile gaming industry and possibly a sign that mobile games are about to really take off as a mass market phenomenon. DMW’s Jay Baage caught up with Hands-On Mobile’s Scott Scherer at the recent LA Games Conference and they spoke about the success of Guitar Hero III Mobile, the current [...].