An announcement made on May 1st denotes that the Smithsonian will be hosting an exclusive exhibition for a limited time only. Highlighting the many patents of Steve Jobs, the exhibit will be titled “The Patents and Trademarks of Steve Jobs: Art and Technology that Changed the World.”
Dubbed Electroboutique a new art exhibition has come to live at the London Science Museum, and it attempts to distort the picture of modern technology to depict how it has twisted society nowadays. Among the peculiarly shaped sculptures that the exhibition boasts, is a wonderful looking iPhone sculpture.
Nearly three days after finally activating its long-awaited multimedia messaging service for the iPhone 3G and 3GS handsets, wireless carrier AT&T said today it was “pleased with the rollout” despite continuing user complaints on its own Facebook page. The user base might not entirely agree. According to Macworld, many iPhone users complained late into the weekend and early today about the service not working or taking too long to send a photo. The service was activated mid-day Friday nationwide, after AT&T took heat from customers in June about not having it available when the iPhone 3GS launched. The complaints began rolling in later Friday.