For the past few days and even weeks, AT&T and Verizon have both been releasing ads to criticize one another and show their network as the superior one. Only time will tell if this sparring will go beyond the CDMA iPhone release, Febrary 10th. Yesterday Verizon launched an ad which
Some users have been experiencing some problems with the 3G on their iPhone 3G, and one new owner has decided to try to get her money's worth. A women in Alabama by the name of Jessica Alena Smith has filed a lawsuit against Apple for selling her a device that didn't meet all the hype in the advertisements.
We're not sure why, but as mysteriously as it left last night, Nullriver Inc.'s NetShare is back on the App Store and available for download once again. Strangely, it's only available via this direct link here- NetShare- App Store, and it will not show up in searches. At first glance at it's iTunes page, it does not appear to have any noticeable differences and it still says it's version 1.0, so we don't think they edited it in any way to comply with demands from Apple. Let us know if it works for you in the comments.