Apple may ship a 3G iPhone as soon as May 2008, a report claims.
The report in Spanish national newspaper El Pais cites claims made by a mobile software developer called SevenClick. That developer claims Spain's biggest mobile network, Telefonica, expects a 3G version of the iPhone to make an appearance in May.
SevenClick's unconfirmed report claims the news comes from discussions with Telefonica management, who were responding to an enquiry about the Spanish launch of the Apple mobile.
"Apple is keeping abnormal watch on the identity of iPhones making use of online services", are the reports coming in from some hackers.
It seems that buried within the code for the Stocks and Weather widgets on the iPhone is coding that reports back to an Apple URL on what a user has looked at, as well as the device's IMEI number - the unique identifying number for each phone.
Hello, my name is Mitch Wagner, and I'm addicted to productivity tools. I find nothing quite so satisfying as organizing my to-do list and downloading new productivity software. Prioritizing my work is ever so much nicer than actually doing it.
The planned mid-January release of Office 2008 offers a significant overhaul of the productivity suite's look and features. Previous segments described new features in Word and Excel, with comparisons to Apple's Pages and Numbers. This article examines what's new in PowerPoint 2008 in contrast to Keynote 4.0, the first new standalone productivity application Apple released for Mac OS X. It also looks at why Mac Office 2008 is still missing applications from the Windows version of Office, including Project, Access, and Visio.
So, ever since I got the eeePC I’ve loved how easy it is to tinker with. Since I’m not a Linux guy, I dumped the Xandros preload and opted for Windows XP so I could you my EVDO USB datacard and blogging software easier, but I wondered could I install OSX on it? And, after trial and error - you can!