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When I heard about the public beta for LogMeIn for the iPhone, I knew that I–a current LogMeIn user–needed to get in on it.
LogMeIn is a remote access client that allows you to connect to your computer from anywhere in the world (with an internet connection.)
Needless to say, the beta didn’t disappoint me and LogMeIn Ignition was released for the iPhone yesterday (December 16.) At a whopping $29.99, this will probably be the most expensive app you’ll have on your phone. In this review, I’ll show you why it’s worth every penny and serves as a priceless replacement for using Safari to access LogMeIn online.
Continue reading First Impressions: LogMeIn Ignition for the iPhone/iPod Touch
Engadget posted some pictures today of the new Macbook Pro, which like always should be the real ones. There have been quite a lot of missing features though, like the missing mouse button, no Firewire? But there may also be a inclusion of two Nvidia GPUs.
Continue reading Macbook Pro Pricing Speculations Doing The Rounds? $899? [Leaked Macbook Pro Images]
A little over a year ago, people lined up for hours (or even days) to get the original iPhone. After an enormous amount of hype, and a lot of media buzz, the first iPhone owners finally got their hands on their new devices. During this launch, customers were allowed to take their iPhones home, and activate them over the Internet. Needless to say, the first wave of activations were plagued by well documented problems. Since customers were essentially forced to pay the full price of the device, going home to activate your iPhone was a small concession. These problems simply foreshadowed more serious launch problems to come.
Continue reading iPhone 3G: Another Rough Launch for Apple and AT&T
It’s been a busy day for the folks at Apple at the WWDC conference and one of the biggest news that was already rumored for past few days has finally become a reality.
Apple has finally released a cheaper version of iPhone in US and other markets which will be available for $199 for the 8GB version and
$2999 $299 for the 16GB version.
Continue reading Apple announces iPhone 3G version for $199