Review: iPhone 3GS
Use of the iPhone's touch screen is no different than on the original to iPhone 3G. To my fingers, it feels identical, and it is just as responsive. You can do all the same things: pinch, spread, push, pull, move things around. Everything glides around under your finger as if floating on air.
Opera Announces Opera Mini 6, Opera Mobile 11
Opera Software today announced new versions of its two mobile browsers. Opera Mini 6 will soon become available to handsets running the Android, BlackBerry, Symbian/Series 60 and J2ME platforms.
Google Updates Latitude and Places for iPhone
Google recently rolled out a minor update to its iPhone Latitude application that lets Latitude users check into their location from their handset. Users must opt-in to use Latitude, and can manage privacy settings to control who sees what.
Dropbox Version 1.4 Supports Bulk Uploads
Dropbox today unveiled version 1.4 for iOS devices, including the iPhone. The new version of Dropbox, which is a cloud storage service, now has a dedicated uploads tab, the ability to bulk upload photos and video files, as well as import files from email for uploading to Dropbox.
Apple Sued Over Location-Tracking Scuttlebutt
Two consumers from Tampa, Fla., have filed a lawsuit against Apple for allegedly committing privacy invasion and computer fraud. The complaint comes after the recent revelation that the Apple iPhone tracks user location data and stores in on the host computer.
Microsoft Releases Bing Maps SDK for iOS
Microsoft has made available a software developers kit that will allow application writers to add Bing Maps to their iPhone applications. Developers can use the tools in the SDK to access Bing's road, aerial, and hybrid aerial maps.