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We know that among the first new apps coming to the iPhone and iPod Touch are cool little food-related native programs like Chef and GroceryZen.
When it comes to food the best things I make are… reservations.
Clearly the right person to review food, shopping, menu and restaurant apps is a true "Foody".
That why we are excited to welcome Elana to What’s On iPhone.
A die-hard “foody”, Elana is a graduate of the Natural Gourmet Institute for Food and Health. As a culinary consultant specializing in natural/whole/organic foods, Elana works one-on-one with individuals and families who are challenged with dietary restrictions and/or food allergies and those just wishing to eat healthier.
Elana will be reporting on all food related iPhone applications- from menus and shopping lists to diets and restaurant guides. As our resident “guru” she will opine about her likes and dislikes as they pertain to, what we believe will no doubt be, the deluge of apps for both enlightened gastronomists and uninformed home cooks.
Elana will also be sharing her journey as newbie iPhone user (beginning July 11th). Her past devices have included the Star-Tac (her favorite flip phone), Blackjack, Nokia and every Palm available (her hands-down favorite PDA).
By: CompanionLink Software, Inc.
One of the big differences when the 3G iPhone rolls out in a few weeks compared to last year’s is initial iPhone release is that it will be an international event this time around.
On July 11th the 3G will launch in at least 22 countries. In the weeks and months that follow that number will quickly rise to more than 70.
That’s why we are especially glad to welcome Simon Dale to What’s On iPhone. Simon knows his stuff when it comes to mobile tech and has a list of previous phones and devices as long as your arm to prove it. And, since he hails from the UK, Simon just turned What’s On iPhone into a global effort .
Simon, a ‘tech-entrepreneur", has been working in IT for over 10 years. Having always been interested in mobile tech, Simon started off selling Psion organisers on the web during High School and was the first kid in his school with a mobile phone- a Motorola StarTak. Since then Simon has worked in IT Project Management for some big-name companies and has run a successful IT business for the past 5 years.
Currently iPhone-less (having gotten the jump on the soon-to-explode-slightly-used-first-gen-iPhone market), that will change in just a few weeks!
We welcome Simon and look forward to his posts and reviews!
By: Lint Labs
By: Brian Tuning
The goal of the game is simple-
…run through the gauntlet of AT&T confusion, the Apple mis-communication to achieve 3G iPhone Activation bliss.
The game offers three player-modes-
"I have one and want to upgrade"- mode
"I’m eligible and want an iPhone"- mode
"I have to pay WHAT for this thing?!?!"- mode
Each game comes with its own, ever-changing rules, most of which you will need to guess.
Game Price- $199 for 8GB, $299 for 16GB
Game Availability- July 11th (unless it changes)
Who better than AT&T and Apple to create a game-as challenging as it is frustrating; as ever-changing as it is infuriating!
Yes, the iPhone activation news keeps rolling in- this time The iPodObserver is noting that-
Welcome to the first installment of "Because We Can…"
"Because We Can…" is all about those little apps that are entirely useless but are created…well… because we can…
No real function.
No real utility.
No real purpose other than those first few seconds where you think "Wow this is cool!" and then never use it again.
And the first "Because We Can…" goes to…