In a word, don’t. iOS4 on iPhone 3G from Josh Russell on Vimeo. OMG slow! Third party apps don’t work after a restart (this is huge, be careful not to let your battery run out) But you do get folders! (yes ok, you do get some good stuff, multiple exchange accounts, syncing of notes to gmail… Continue reading My review of iOS4 on iPhone 3G – basically, don’t do it
A post of two parts, here’s part one.. There are a lot of very similar looking boxes-you-plug-into-stuff in the market today. The hardware is basically the same.. Ubiquisys femtocell Logitech Revue for Google TV – engadget article Fon SIMPL OnLive micro console the same array of connection ports (USB, ethernet, A/V) similarly powerful and featured chipsets support… Continue reading Are these pocket-sized devices different?
Send a similar message to your UK Member of Parliament (MP) addition: Guardian article about why it sucks Dear Mr Lepper, The Digital Economy Bill feels like a massive step backward in the endeavor to better humanity through creativity, innovation and freedom of communication. It’s unlikely that the measures taken against those deemed… Continue reading My #debill letter – Please don’t rush through extreme web laws
With the danger of focusing this blog a bit too much on iPhone and iPad related posts, here’s my mockup of how the upcoming iPhone OS 4 application switcher might look. Some reports are suggesting that a double push on the home key would bring this up, globally, regardless of what is the current… Continue reading iPhone application switcher mockup
View on Flickr It’s about the content, and people, not the presentation layer.
Blog posts I expect to start reading in the next few weeks and months: iPad rev. 2 will have x GSM chip/hardware costs $130 wtf? The real cost of the iPad / mobile operator subsidies True battery performance is only 4 hours Tethering issues Why doesn’t it do x? I really need x, it’s a deal-breaker… Continue reading Your future blog posts about the Apple iPad