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We currently rely on some hardy, heavy duty cases to save our beloved iOS devices in those rare situations where we may accidentally drop them in water. But what if your iOS devices came straight from Apple as fool-proof in that you could safely drop them in water without a worry? That could be the case for future iPhone iterations.
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.
When you think of the White House, you think top security, intelligence, secrecy and Technology. In my mind, I picture the oval office like a sophisticated Starship Enterprise. Drop down screens, high tech video conferencing, voice recognition software, basically, all the things that are possible but extremely costly to implement.
It’s Opening Day! One of the greatest days in the year. The day when every boy and man can begin again to take the first step on the road to the World Series. As America’s Past time, baseball holds everything good about the country wrapped up in a beautiful diamond
The Consumer Electronics Association announced over the weekend that they've created an iPhone app for all you folks trekking out to Las Vegas next month for the Consumer Electronics Show. Oddly enough they told us not to share this with everyone, but it's very obviously in the App Store so we can't think of a reason not to. 2010 International CES [App Store, Free] allows you to view the many CES events, plan out your schedule for the week, and see a map of the various exhibit halls.
If you're headed out to CES, we definitely recommend loading this one on your iPhone before you arrive. There's no way AT&T's network is gonna hold.
The makers of the Epocrates medical drug reference app for the iPhone [App Store] have released the results of a survey they conducted to see how doctors using their software and their patients feel about it. According to the press release, not only do doctors find it to be extremely useful, but they also find that the iPhone helps them to look more professional.