Dr. Pepper – iPhone Game Developer?

Dr. Pepper has entered the arena of iPhone developers…wait…what? Yeah, that’s right, Dr. Pepper, the cola (or soda depending on where you live) company has developed a Bejeweled knock off games called Matchcaps. “There’s always more to Dr Pepper. Consumers want enhanced access to fun and games on their iPhones, and Dr Pepper will be […]

Microsoft ends Messenger Development for Mac

In a move that should surprise absolutely no one, Microsoft has dropped MSN Messenger for Mac from development. The notoriously buggy application will be discontinued, but Microsoft promises that a new IM client that will work with AIM/gTalk/ICQ will be released soon. The new app has been described by Microsoft as “really, really cool and […]

O2 removes the 200mb “Fair Use” policy for iPhone

In another bit of iPhone news that is great for those abroad, UK readers will be glad to know that 02 has dropped their “fair use” policy from the iPhone plans. The plan would have limited data usage to 200mb (which I can tell you wouldn’t have done you much good. I used 200mbs this […]

AT&T FINALLY adds International service plan for the iPhone

In a move that is a very long time coming, AT&T has finally added an International service plan to the iPhone. The plan is, as expected, isn’t cheap – but it’s a much better deal than the $3,000 bills some people have received after taking their iPhones over seas. From the TechWeb article: The plan […]

Apple quietly updates Macbook and Macbook Pros

Well, color me surprised, the Macbook line has been quietly updated with no aesthetic changes. Today Apple began selling new Macbooks that share the same Santa Rosa-based architecture as their professional cousins. Macbook Pros will now come with the option to upgrade to a 2.6GHz Core 2 Duo chip as well. If you were holding […]