Monthly Archives: April 2008

Rogers finally announces iPhone for Canada

According to the Toronto Star, http://www.thestar.com/Business/article/419503 the iPhone is going to debut this summer on Rogers’ network. This announcement surprises no-one interested in owning an iPhone in Canada…! What would be impressive would be Rogers finally dropping their data pricing … Continue reading

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WakerUpper on iPhone

Not being a morning person, and being someone who responds smartly to telephone rings, I really like WakerUpper.com! Currently WU is in beta. Today they came up with a functioning iPhone-specific web interface. Surf to http://iphone.wakerupper.com/

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BackPack on iPhone

Justin Michael at violet pixel has done a WAY cool thing and made BackPack pages much easier to work with on iPhone. All you need to do is put a divider at the top of a BackPack page with the … Continue reading

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Fring on iPhone!!

Wow. I had almost forgotten about fring (no dice on the BlackBerry, when that was my mobile workhorse) – and now it comes out with a version for jailbroken iPhone! Yippee!! 😀 I can already confirm that SIP dialling out … Continue reading

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twitter on iPhone

The mobile twitter client works nicely! Faster than accessing it via a web clip…

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Google Apps: Reader et al

Google Apps is great for those of us with our own domain names. However, not having Reader as part of the “all business” bundle is a pain for scientists who like to use RSS. I realized (sorta by accident!) that … Continue reading

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