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Apple's application approval process has prompted questions from many developers, with grounds for rejections ranging from objectionable material to similar functionality.
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?
It's an exciting time to be in the market for a confusing incremental upgrade to your wireless broadband speeds, especially if you're into white space. Donald Bell joins the cast today for a rollicking discussion that includes a trifecta of unexpected goo
iPhone Tethering: Why All the Drama?
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.
Apple put the brakes on using the iPhone as a modem. Why?
iPhone-as-modem app gone again
NetShare, Nullriver's iPhone tethering app, was available for $9.99 in the iTunes App Store briefly Thursday, before being pulled by Apple.
Here at Buzz Out Loud, we are shamelessly attempting to launch a meme, based on the awesome Twitter ramblings of a guy stoned off his gourd at the dentist. Quick, somebody make a Café Press shirt!
Installer.app will still be useful in the next device.