If you have junk radio stations in your area like I do, the only option other than waking to a buzzer is waking to your iPod. whether you have more than one iPhone or iPod a dual dock alarm clock like the new iLuv iMM183 revealed today may be just the ticket for you. The thing can charge and play tunes from two docks that both support the iPhone.
MacNewsWorld has posted up a piece on what precisely the iPhone needs to keep Android at bay. The short reply is nothing more than a new carrier. The device needs to get away from the exclusive AT&T deal but with AT&T counting on the device for lots of new customers that will be a hard fought thing. Apple is undoubtedly losing customers due to the exclusive deal with AT&T.
When Rhapsody unveiled its new iPhone app the music service expected a glut of new customers to come its way. It appears that has losed out to happen and while the app wasn’t available for the full quarter, Rhapsody reports that its subscriber numbers have declined since the app was introduced. It seems customers are going to other services.
Orginal post by Shane McGlaun