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World Of Warcraft On Apple iPhone

by Johan on July 10, 2007

World Of Warcraft On Apple iPhone

Someone managed to get World of Warcraft running on an Apple iPhone. He is using a program called Telekenesis. Watch the video for more details.

He’s using a program called Telekinesis that basically streams video from your laptop through your iPhone, and it’s not like the game was ported to it specifically, but we sincerely hope gaming on the iPhone will eventually look pretty much nothing like this.

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Rumors of Upcoming iPhone nano

by Jeremiah on July 10, 2007

iPhone nano to Materialize in Q4

If you followed our advice and decided to wait before you let Apple take away your hard earned 600 bucks, there might be another option for you in the near future. Introducing iPhone nano, the cheaper, friendlier iPhone based on the iPod nano. This gadget is rumored to launch around Q4 this year, according to Kevin Chang, a JP Morgan analyst based in Taiwan. The report cited anonymous sources “in the supply channel” that comes with a reference that suggests such a device could be materializing.

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Gizmodo iPhone Review, No BS Here

by Jeremiah on July 9, 2007

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If you’re like us and think that the iPhone is just a market hype that’s been well overrated, you might wonder whether or not to get the iPhone. In which case it’s probably smart to read Gizmodo’s No-BS iPhone Review. Our advice: wait.

The real elephant in the room is the fact that I just spent $600 on my friggin’ iPhone and it can’t do some crucial functions that even $50 handsets can. I’m talking about MMS. Video recording. Custom ringtones. Mass storage. Fully functioning Bluetooth with stereo audio streaming. Voice dialing when you’re using a car kit. Sending contact info to other people. Instant friggin’ messenging. Sending an SMS to more than one recipient at a time.

Full Review via The Cell Phone Blog

iPSP v1.10 – Apple iPhone Interface

by Johan on July 8, 2007

iPSP v1.10 For Apple iPhone
ChrisTek and Epixx have released iPSP, which is an Apple iPhone interface for the Sony PSP. The program replaces the default “media crossbar” with a simplified iPhone menu and adds several of the usual applications including calendar, instant messaging, web browser, and mail… and you don’t have to pay someone to unlock these features. You can download the software for free, so you can save some money (but you still won’t be able to save yourself from the iPhone hype). Check out the video of the iPSP in action after the break.

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Apple iPhone vs. SimulScribe - SimulScribe Wins

Here are two videos showing the Apple iPhone commercial parody about the SimulScribe. FYI, the SimulScribe is the only visual voice mail in the market today that allows voice mail be converted into text. Hit the jump to watch one more video.

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Belkin Sport Armband for iPhone

by Mr. Roboto on July 6, 2007

Belkin Sport Armband for iPhone

Belkin just released this armband for the iPhone which helps you conserve pocket-space. Looks stylish enough to wear in public (even when you’re not working out), but it could easily go the way of the fanny pack, utilized only by Asian & European tourists. It’s on sale on the Belkin Website for $30.

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