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Share your iPhone 3G data connection with a PC, Mac or Linux device over WiFi | iPhone ... - 0 views

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    We don't often cover apps for jailbroken iPhones, but the topic of using a 3G phone as a WiFi hotspot to share the connection is one we've shared before. Apps like WMWiFiRouter and JoikuSpot cover this function on Windows Mobile and Symbian S60 devices, but what about that snazzy iPhone 3G? Well, an old name has a new solution. I'm talking about PdaNet, an application I used to tether my XV6700 to a Toshiba M205 Tablet PC back in 2004.
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Google phone - the first review | Mobile Phone News Update - 0 views

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    The first mobile phone powered by Google was launched yesterday, ready to do battle with Apple's iPhone for the top spot on many people's Christmas gift list.
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First 'Google phone' to debut Sept. 23 | Mobile Phone News Update - 0 views

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    US telecom carrier T-Mobile is slated to unveil on September 23 a "Google phone" built by Taiwanese firm HTC and to have the device for sale in stores as early as October.
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Google Android Phone to rival Apple's iPhone | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    According to New York Times, Google is close to launch new interactive smart phone by teaming up with T-mobile and HTC. It will come with features like touch screen, slide-out and five row keyword, said in the New York Times report.
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Cellphone applications are the new El Dorado for carriers | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint, and other carriers, and cell phone makers are embracing a new attitude of openness toward consumers, after seeing the Apple iPhone App Store's success.
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Programmers Jockey for iPhone Users at Apple Site | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    Modality Inc.'s big break came calling via mobile phone. Right after Apple Inc. announced in March that it would allow software developers to build applications for its new iPhone 3G, Modality, of Durham, N.C., got busy.
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