There's little doubt that you've read about the golfer who's now smashed Apple iPhone protected him from grave injury on the golf course by blocking a golf ball from contact with his body. As it turns out, acting as body armor isn't the only useful thing your iPhone can do on the golf course.
Shape Services, the company who recently brought Skype to the iPhone via their IM+ for Skype application, is back with another eye catching offering. This time, Shape Services is delivering a version of their RDM+ software for the iPhone.
RDM, which stands for Remote Desktop for Mobiles, is a remote PC access software designed to
Though we're a bit surprised to see them already available, Apple is now offering refurbished Apple iPhones for purchase via their online store.
The refurbished models are available in both the 4GB and 8GB models and come with a $100 discount as compared to their brand-new counterparts. That means that you can get your hands on a 4GB for $399 and an 8GB for $499.
Finding the YouTube application on your iPhone strikingly less exciting than you thought it would be? You're not alone. If you're getting sick of YouTube and want Google Video on your iPhone, the good news is you can have it.
But wait, Google Video uses Adobe Flash to play videos and the current version of the iPhone doesn't support Flash - so how can you watch Google Video?
Though it was previously revealed that Google was working on and offering an iPhone targeted search as part of their User Distributed Search project, Google is now seemingly suggesting that iPhone users use their standard mobile portal instead of the UDS search offering.
Assumably through a user agent check, users visiting the Google home page from their iPhone are