Category: "iPhone"

Starbucks quick-ordering system mockup for iPhone

02/19/08 | by Adam | Categories: iPhone
I have a sneaking suspicion I know at least one person who would buy an iPhone specifically for this app were it ever realised... (Via Engagdget) more »

$85,000 cellphone bill for one month's usage

12/14/07 | by Adam | Categories: Calgary, iPhone
This is an impressive one and it doesn't even include an iPhone. more »

Trademark dispute over "iPhone" in Canada

10/15/07 | by Adam | Categories: Copyright, iPhone
Wired's Gadget Lab suggests that the non-release of the iPhone in Canada has more to do with someone else owning -- and not selling -- the "iPhone" trademark rather than the excessive price gouging by our very own Rogers Communications Inc. Could be. more »

Wurlitzer iPod dock

09/14/07 | by Adam | Categories: Music, iPhone
Although the illustration has an iPhone rather than an iPod, this is quite a novel dock for the system. If I had the money (or an iPod for that matter) I could be tempted... :) (Via Gizmodo UK) more »

Wireless data pricing can be steep

08/17/07 | by Adam | Categories: iPhone
Imagine you're used to American cellphone pricing which, while hardly free, is quite cheap. Imagine you've gone somewhere else which has a roaming agreement so you have service. Imagine you've not read the charge tariff. Now imagine you're the proud… more »

Musings on Apple's iPhone

01/10/07 | by Adam | Categories: iPhone
Unless you've been living under a rock or intensely ignoring the internet and all other media over the last few days, you know about Apple's new iPhone. Time Magazine has a good write up on its genesis. David Pogue of the New York Times also has some… more »

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