The group decides that the Google Mobile app is well worth it's free price tag. Apple is dragged into another lawsuit over 3G coverage and pressure cracks. Plus, we discuss the special edition iPod and realized we've never seen one in the wild.
Interactive agency Fi launches alpha version of its founder's beautified and simplified vision of the Internet. The Web service, several years in the making, aims to capture the ethos of all Apple products: physical beauty and technical ease of use.
Apple finds itself in yet another class action lawsuit over the iPhone 3G on AT&T's not so 3G network. Now with extra-spicy allegations of ignoring customer complaints concerning shoddy iPhone construction.
Google researchers have brought sophisticated voice recognition technology to the iPhone, according to the New York Times. The software will be free of charge and available for download from the iTunes App Store soon.