As Hurricane Sandy looms over the East Coast, there is certainly an urgency for those that are about to feel the brunt of its effects (including myself in New Jersey) to become better-prepared for blackouts, emergencies, and every Sandy-originating issue in between. Smartphones are an essential part of that preparation, although many will overlook necessities that could make a major difference as Sandy hits.
To date, the iPod touch has been attributed to the description of “an iPhone without the phone or data capabilities” in its simplest. That is still accurate, but a recent rumor about how the next iPod touch may include options for 3G data service shakes up the differences between it
Apple released a new version of iOS today, 4.3.2, for all iOS 4-compatible devices except the CDMA iPhone 4. The update a contains a few awaited bug fixes and security improvements. Users who have had trouble with their iPad 2′s 3G connectivity will be happy to hear that this update
A number of iPad 2 owners who chose a model with Verizon 3G connectivity have been unhappy with their 3G service – or lack thereof. There has been a growing amount of complaints regarding issues connecting to Verizon’s 3G network on some iPad 2 tablets. Users have been complaining in
Did you know that there is a fairly clever workaround for 3G iPad fee woes if you already own an iPhone? Actually there are two, one for those without a risk-taking trait and one for those who are a little more ambitious. Either way, getting rid of iPad 3G costs
It seems that AT&T has strived to have the fastest data rates since the iPhone became available on their network. Ever since AT&T’s EDGE data rates were tested to be a few times faster than the competition in 2007, it appears they have kept up the trend of having the
News has come out that Skype will launch a video chat for the iPhone that will compete with Apple’s FaceTime. Under the FAQ section the question, “How do I make video call with Skype for iPhone?” was posted with an obvious Verizon logo next to the Skype logo. Oops! 9to5mac.com
NormSoft, Inc. has an application that let's listeners find their favorite radio stations using their iPod touch or iPhone. This product was chosen as an Apple Staff pick in 2009 and iPhone App Store Pick of the Year by the iphoneblog.com, because of the many exciting features it offers. Pocket Tunes Radio can now record your favorite stations for playback at anytime. The app also allows users to find stations nearby using the GPS technology found in the iPhone no matter where you are located. What sets this application apart from the rest of the radio solutions in the iTunes store is that if you have a web based subscription to Sirius XM satellite radio you can listen to popular shows such as: Howard Stern, Oprah, Martha Stewart, MSNBC, etc.
Call of Duty: World at War: Zombies is a First Person Shooter game that pits you, a rookie soldier, against hordes of Nazi zombies in a war torn German bunker in World War II. That's right, you're fighting dead Nazis, turned into zombies. If you've played the zombie bonus mode on Call of Duty: World at War on a console game system, you'll know what to expect here: plenty of scary, creepy zombies, with WWII era rifles, shotguns, grenades, and flamethrowers.
FTP On The Go is an application which allows you to access FTP servers wherever you are. To log into a server, simply type the address, user name and password. FTP On The Go will connect to both secure and non-secure FTP servers over a WiFi or a cellular network. Once logged in, you can edit files, upload photos, and create directories. The idea is that FTP On The Go will serve as a quick way to fix something on your web server wherever you are.