Archive for June, 2008

iPhone Firmware 2.0 thought

Here’s a thought: Now that Rogers will be bringing the iPhone to Canada, I wonder what will happen when the 2.0 firmware is released (most likely July 11th)? Let’s say […]

A little iPhone data plan math

In light of today’s news, I’ve had some time to think about the plans that Rogers/Fido are offering for the iPhone. I happened to be heading down to Seattle/Portland for […]

Rogers iPhone Data Plans = Epic FAIL

This morning I woke up to discover that Rogers (and Fido) had released their pricing for the iPhone data/voice plans. Sent Incoming Text Text Visual Price Voice Data Messages messages […]

What will you do with your $100?

Just got my $100 ‘Climate Action Dividend‘ cheque in the mail today.  What are you planning on doing with yours? Me personally, I’m depositing into my home fund. I already […]

iPhone 3G predictions: how did I do?

Almost a month ago, I posted my predictions for the next version of the iPhone. Let’s see how I did: Prediction #1: Details about the iPhone release in Canada will […]

Matt Darey’s Nocturnal Podcast

I recently stumbled across Matt Darey’s podcast (iTunes link) which is basically a rebroadcast of his show on the XM satellite radio station BPM. It’s completely free and from what […]

‘Warcraft’ Sequel Lets Gamers Play A Character Playing ‘Warcraft’

This is too funny… ‘Warcraft’ Sequel Lets Gamers Play A Character Playing ‘Warcraft’ via @justinkeller

Hang on to that 1st gen iPhone!

If you take a look at ebay or craigslist right now, you’ll see that people are selling off their ‘old’ iPhones left and right. The prices are dropping through the […]

More thoughts on the WWDC Keynote

One thing I didn’t touch on in my earlier posts about the WWDC Keynote today was the App Store and the addition of the Enterprise features to the iPhone. First […]

WWDC 2008: Mobile Me

While the 3G iPhone was the ‘big deal’ announced at the World Wide Developer’s Conference today, Apple also announced some other things. One of those things was ‘Mobile Me’ which […]