The Fundamental Problems with Non iPhones | Tech Junkie:
I would gladly support the Android ecosystem again if someone would just give me a reason to.
… when someone build a phone that is better then the iPhone and fits into the iPhone shaped hole it would leave in my life. Just too many features for the competition to come up with solid option anytime soon and, by that time the iPhone will be even more awesome.
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From a marketing perspective, this is incredibly valuable real-estate.
Pebble: E-Paper Watch for iPhone and Android by Pebble Technology » And one more thing… — Kickstarter:
All Pebble watches will support Bluetooth 2.1 (as before) as well as Bluetooth 4.0 (Low Energy)
If I didn’t live Instacast so much, and WANT to send them more money to support them, I’d be made that the 2.0 update put features previously available in the app behind an in app purchase.
Sparrow — Get mail done:
Sparrow is an iPhone mail client designed with love to provide you with an efficient and pleasant mailing experience.
I rarely check email when I’m not at a computer, which is a lot more lately. Now maybe I will. Been using it for 15 min and I already love it! The Alias feature was one feature that the Mail.app not having bugged me all the time. Can’t wait to see the app on the new iPads as well!
Eric Raymond’s Advice to Mobile Carriers: Drop the iPhone
What the carriers want is a world where the iPhone doesn’t exist or isn’t so popular.
Or are they starting to regret subsidizing, and selling, phones in the first place?
How to optimize your caffeine intake with an app:
Caffeine Zone, a free iOS app that tells you the perfect time to take a coffee break to maintain an optimal amount of caffeine in your blood
(Via Hacker News)
Cool idea but, I dislike the idea of reliance on a stimulant to feel better. I drink a lot of coffee, mostly out of ritual and I REALLY like it. If they could make great decaf I’d probably drink it.
People, just be healthy and you’ll pretty much just always be in the zone!
Path uploads your entire iPhone address book to it’s servers:
Upon inspecting closer, I noticed that my entire address book (including full names, emails and phone numbers) was being sent as a plist to Path.
(Via Hacker News)
Knew there was a reason I never downloaded their new app.
(Via The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW))
I’m VERY picky about my home screens. What I have installed, where things are and things generally being clean.
These screen shots actually make me cringe. I’d like break this phone, I’d lose sleep!