Archive for October, 2008

31
Oct

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Orginal post by Waku_Waku

Category : iPhone Tips | Blog
31
Oct

According to comScore, the fasting growing user base of the iPhone are public with lower income who are using the device in order to cut down on other Net and entertainment sources. ComScore found that 43 percent of iPhone owners produce more that $100,000 a year, with the strongest growth in users being in the $25,000 and $50,000 range.

Between June and August 2008, iPhone owners in the lower income bracket jumped by 48 percent, increasing the figures to about 3 times as many as those making more than $100,000 a year. The iPhone user base, overall, has grown 21 percent. Mark Donovan of comScore said, “this documents indicates that lower income mobile subscribers are increasingly turning to their mobile devices to access the Net, e-mail and their music collections,” “Smartphones and the iPhone, in specific, are appealing to a new demographic and are satisfying demand for a restricted device for communication and entertainment, even as consumers weather the economy by cutting back on gadgets.”

The study shows that with the low cost of the iPhone, it moves from being a luxury item to a means of saving money by replacing multiple devices. It appears that the witch in the iPhone user base points directly to the cost of the phone itself. The early iPhone was at least $600 making it only available to those who had a higher income. With the iPhone 3G, now starting at $200, it will now be accessible to a larger audience.

[Via MocoNews]

Orginal post by Shawn Brown

Category : iPhone News | Blog
31
Oct

Softbank Offers iPhone 3G Battery Extender

Softbank Mobile has introduced a new external battery for iPhone 3G that allows users in Japan to charge their iPhone on the go. that battery extender can additionally operate as the One-Seg media broadcast receiver and transmits the video via WiFi signal to iPhone 3G for up to 3 hours. Softbank will release that iPhone accessory in December 2008. [Slashphone]

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Category : Cellphone Reviews | Blog
31
Oct

A $9,500 LOUNGE CHAIR THAT FLOATS ABOVE THE GROUND VIA MAGNETS — yeah, a maglev chair — is on display at Britain’s gadget show called Stuff Live.

Orginal post by Mike

Category : Gadget News | Blog
30
Oct

Alcatel OT-I650 Mobile Phone With Accelerometer

Alcatel boasts its entry level handset that comes equipped with a built-in accelerometer. that technology allows you to switch within applications by shaking the phone. The mobile phone plus comes equipped with Music player, FM radio, Bluetooth connectivity, a 1.3MP digital camera, and flashlight. Its battery offers 12 hours of talk instance or 30 days of standby duration. The Alcatel OT-I650 is currently available in Russia for $120. [Mobil.ru]

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Orginal post by Joe Gadget

Category : Cellphone Reviews | Blog
30
Oct

World's Thinnest QWERTY Keyboard Handset Now On AT&T

AT&T has officially released the Pantech Slate, which is touted as the “world’s thinnest QWERTY keyboard” handset. It seems that that handset is targeted at messaging junkies who additionally still want to look in fashion with the latest slim devices. Aside from the full QWERTY keyboard, the Slate additionally features Bluetooth, video recording, 1.3 megapixel camera, newsletter, instant messaging and support for AT&T’s Media Net. [CNet]

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Category : Cellphone Reviews | Blog
30
Oct

More screenshots from the new iPhone firmware 2.2 are surfacing by at MacRumors. First it was Google Street View, thereupon we saw a newly added rating system for applications.

MacRumor member, TUAW posted new screenshots of the firmware, that instance it seems to reveal that Apple will allow an by the air Podcast download on the iPod Touch and iPhone. The iPhone seems to be getting a lot more independence with Apple realizing that mobile phones can’t always download podcasts from a computer at any moment.

Apple seeded the iPhone 2.2 beta 2 to developers last week, still with no word as to what public can expect in that version. whether what we have seen so far is true it will be more than worth the wait. There is additionally speculation that that may be the reason Apple rejected the Podcaster application. What we want to know is, what are your opinions?

[Via MacRumors]

Orginal post by Shawn Brown

Category : iPhone News | Blog