I had such high hopes for the Nexus One. The promised features were great, including the tight integration with google services. Unfortunately, there were some serious flaws that prompted me to cancel my new T-Mobile service within the 14 day ‘buyer remorse window’ and send my new phone back to the Googleplex. First and foremost,[…]
Today my new Nexus One arrives in the mail. I’ll admit, I’m a bit apprehensive about it. I’m nervous about giving up my iPhone. What? Really? It’s just a phone! But I think most of us who have one know, it’s not just a phone. When I got my iPhone 3G a year and a[…]
‘What’s more mobile than the American Automobile Association’, I found myself thinking as I was stranded on the side of the road last night. Evidently, the unique benefits to mobile haven’t yet come to AAA Colorado. However, I had some time to consider it for them:
Back in December, I posted my advice on what to do with a wet iPhone. I’d nursed my iPhone back to (relatively good) health, and all seemed fine. Calls would be dropped now and then, and the screen was a bit flaky, but on the whole the phone wasn’t ruined. Or so I thought…
You may have seen me last week at SXSWi; I was the one with the big iPhone. Ha ha. Well while it appeared the majority of attendees at South by Southwest Interactive Festival had iPhones, I was one of the few who came prepared for the data-intensive event with the Incase Power Slider Case.
No more struggling with printed itineraries and handfuls of frequent flyer cards, these days I travel light with thanks to my trusty iPhone and these handy apps and services.
The iPhone is now the best-selling handset, and offers marketers an ability to deliver an enhanced experience. Do you know the difference between a “native” iPhone application, and a web application optimized for the iPhone? You should..
The iPhone is being applauded as a game-changer, fundamentally changing how people access the (mobile) web. As of January 2009, 0.59% of all web traffic is being accessed via the iPhone and the iPod Touch (up from 0.36% in September 2008). As this number continues to rise, it’s clear that user expectations will result in[…]
We all know that cell phones and water don’t mix. So imagine my concern when, on a business trip, I managed to drop my iPhone neatly into a glass of water.