Apple Prepares for iPhone 3GS Day

By Jimmy Rogers (@me) Contributing Writer, [GAS] This week is a very special one in the Apple calendar.  On Wednesday Apple allowed the throngs of current iPhone users to upgrade their devices to firmware version 3.0.  This long-awaited software package adds some neat new features to the iPhone but, more importantly, lays down the digital […]

Palm smartphone carrier at the end of its tether

Palm has “politely” asked a website to block users discussing how to use its latest smartphone to provide internet access to a computer. It’s a sign of how cautious the firm is to avoid upsetting Sprint, with which it has an exclusive carrier deal. The Palm Pre launched earlier this week to generally strong reviews. […]

What Are We Expecting At WWDC This Year?

By Jimmy Rogers (@me) Contributing Writer, [GAS] It’s that time of year again!  The sun is shining, the frogs are croaking, and the Apples are slowly ripening.  Not the kind that you eat, but the kind with which you listen to music!  On June 8th, Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will return to San Francisco and […]

iPhone App Vetting Still a Lottery

Apple’s iPhone app vetting has taken another knock with one product removed to avoid a lawsuit and another accepted after initially being banned for spurious reasons. The changes come as bloggers note that iPhone app developers have the chance to outperform Google – but at the same time stand little chance of making much cash. […]