BBC iPlayer comes to iPhone

The BBC has launched its first mobile initiative for its growing iPlayer, by launching the service for the iPhone/iPod Touch. The player will only work over wi-fi currently, so if you’re thinking of doing it over Edge – think again. The BBC team behind the development said they chose the iPhone because it was “optimized” Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 223 – Aftermath of the SDK event

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Steve Ballmer talks ‘Silverlight’ on iPhone (what a moron)

At a Keynote at Microsoft’s Mix Conference yesterday afternoon, Steve Ballmer responded to a question from the audience about Silverlight appearing on the iPhone. He said the idea is certainly “interesting.” Then proceeded to be an idiot. He expressed concern over the fact that Apple was taking a 30% cut from applications sold through the Read more…

Is it just me, or did Apple do EVERYTHING right with the iPhone SDK?

I don’t often GUSH about Apple. I try not to, at least. Most of the time I try to take a critical look at things and try to figure out what’s wrong with them before what’s right about them. Perhaps I’m just naturally negative – but stilling here 12 or so hours after the fact, Read more…

Apple “iPhone SDK Roadmap” event now online!

You can view the full event in glorious Quicktime by clicking right here. Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 222 – Apple “Roadmap” Special Event Results

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iBegin is looking for an iPhone SDK Developer

Ahmed Farooq (disclosure: co-owner of Bloggy Network) from iBegin is looking for someone to build a simple app based on the SDK. If you’d think you’ve got what it takes, you can contact him through the iBegin contact form. Are you a developer or in need of a developer? Would you be interested in an Read more…

Apple “Roadmap” Special Event Results – March 6th, 2008

image via engadget The event started off with Steve Jobs welcoming everyone and going over some stats that show that the iPhone is ahead of everyone…except RIM – and they’re looking to change that. So, the iPhone will be getting a slew of Enterprise features including: Push Email, Push Calendar, Push Contacts, Global Address List, Read more…

“Golden Age” Macbook Air…yours for only $39,750

Let’s run down a recap of the completely stupid, and ridiculously expensive versions of Apple products. There’s the Gold and Platinum iPhones. There’s the Golden Macbook Pro, which is actually pretty cheap at only $1,500 over the price of a regular Macbook Pro. Then, of course, there are the absurdly expensive solid gold iPod Shuffle, Read more…

Special Event Predictions – What do you expect to see?

In a few hours Apple will hold a “special event”. The event will be focused on the iPhone SDK, and will provide us with a roadmap for Apple’s plans for 3rd party Apps on the iPhone. I have a few ideas about what to expect, but nothing beyond speculation and educated guessing. Here’s what I Read more…