Sometimes, when I'm in a hurry, I curse the iPhone's touch screen. All
that typing on those itty-bitty keys with no tactile means of quickly
and accurately ensuring I'm tapping the "i" and not the "o" or "u," can
be a hassle.
When you're bumping out messages on the fly as you walk, sometimes the
iPhone screen is just plain aggravating, and you envy those Blackberry
users and their quickety-quick thumb typing. Yes, the touch screen is
beautiful and lets you do so many cool things, but sometimes your hands
are a little too shaky or sometimes you're just having a clumsy day.
Well, the good people at Mobile Mechatronics have you covered.
With the advent of iPhone OS 3.1, Apple gave mobile Safari the ability to alert you of malicious phishing websites, but you're not protected until you sync your database. After some confusion, Apple explains how to do this.
We discuss last week's iPod event and what Apple released and what they didn't. We still pine for an updated Apple TV, and MMS for the iPhone begins a slow rollout. Let's just say we're not surprised to be excluded from the lucky few to be picked to have MMS early.
While there was a collective nerd groan after Apple's 09/09/09 "It's
Only Rock and Roll, But We Like It" failed to announce the mythical
tablet, old rumors and dreams die hard. Of course we never expected the
coming and going of any single date without a tablet to act as a rumor
killer. Which means that we can begin looking beyond the holiday
shopping season and on to 2010.