Apple put the brakes on using the iPhone as a modem. Why?
NetShare, Nullriver's iPhone tethering app, was available for $9.99 in the iTunes App Store briefly Thursday, before being pulled by Apple.
iPhone-as-modem app gone again
iPhone-Only Apps Installation on iPod touch Now Prevented
iPhone users will be able to hook their phones up to their laptops at some point next year and get online, AT&T's Ralph de la Vega says. But whose software will make that happen?
iModem Offers iPhone Tethering Via USB
There's a new way to copy-and-paste on the iPhone, and it's open source so Apple can't kill it.
The removal of the $1,000 "I am Rich" application along with a few other apps from Apple's App Store has some developers wondering what the rules are.
If the latest e-mail claiming to be the work of Apple's CEO is accurate, iPhone 3G owners might soon be able to get their laptops online using their phone.
Another rejected iPhone application raises the question of just how Apple decides which applications are useful, if juvenile, and which aren't.