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Apple has shut down OpenClip, one week after it debuted.
The new Web service promises to let iPhone users carry on with cutting and pasting. So far, though, all we have is the YouTube demo.
Now that the BlackBerry Storm has hit store shelves, should Apple be concerned? The timing of the iPhone 2.2 software update's release seems to indicate that it already is.
Apple support thread outs pesky bug that allegedly sends attachments, but will it save a marriage?
OpenClip is designed to be a community standard for iPhone developers who want to add copy-paste functionality to their creations without waiting around for Apple to introduce it.
There's a new way to copy-and-paste on the iPhone, and it's open source so Apple can't kill it.
Inter-Application Copy-Paste for iPhone Debuts
In today's show, we're introduced to the concept of the "banana phone" (complete with drawings), China tells GoDaddy to Go Away, and a Scottish bank sends a computer into the eBay abyss full of customer data.
In the news today, eBay is going all fixed-price, Intel is going all Atom, hackers are all over the Chinese Olympics scandal, and U.S. consumers are all over smart phones.