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Charlie Brooker has already written, far more amusingly than I could, about the hell that awaits an iPhone user who dares to try to manage their phone from a new computer. I’ve found myself in the same kind of nightmare … Continue reading
Today Steve Jobs shocked the world by making some unexpected apologies at a press conference in Cupertino, CA. He announced to a stunned press pack, “I am sorry. We lost our way.” As reporters dropped their iPhones in shock, he … Continue reading
Suppertime! is now iPhone, iPod Touch, Blackberry and Android-friendly… so you can browse recipes on your phone in the kitchen, on the train or where ever you may find yourself. http://www.suppertime.co.uk/pages/ It’s all done with the WPTouch WordPress plugin.
There are gazillions of camera and photo apps for the iPhone – here’s a review of the ones I’ve tried on an iPhone 3GS, starting with the most useful. Thanks to Dave for pointing me in the direction of many … Continue reading