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Mark Kabbbash

K-12 Students View Mobile Devices as Critical to Learning Process Survey - 5 views

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    The report also reveals a shift in thinking by parents and educators who are now beginning to accept the role of mobile devices as instructional tools, in part because they are active users of mobile devices in their own personal lives. In some cases, educators have embraced mobile devices as a catalyst for making learning a more student directed experience. At Jamestown Elementary School in Virginia, for example, students use mobile devices to
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    iPhone apps for K-12 sounds like early Apple almost 30 years ago!
Mark Grey

Looking to Sell Your iphone? - 0 views

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    If you are trying to sell an iphone it can be a difficult task, especially if the phone is in a used condition, or even worse the iphone is broken. There is now an option to enable you to sell your phone easily and trouble free, regardless of it´s condition and get you some quick cash to discount the purchase of your new phone. Therefore if you were thinking you were stuck with your iphone, or it was ready for the trash then you will be relieved to know you can get paid to recycle it.There are several companies available on the internet to assist you with this process, however I highly recommend www.cashforiphones.com , when you sell your iphone to them they offer a service that stands out above the rest, they keep to their promises and they deliver fast cash, all at no cost to the customer, including the postage and insurance being paid for by them.Also offered by the 'cashfor' family is a very simple, easy to use website where you can gain an accurate quote for your iphone that you wish to sell, and you will see from the list that all models are accepted and in any condition - you can even sell your broken iphone to them, meaning you get paid to recycle your electronic waste. Once you have completed the online process they will ship a postage box to you that is prepaid and the cost of insurance is covered so all you have to do is box up the phone in the comfort of your own home and ship it back to them at no cost, revolutionizing the process of selling an iphone and making it very straightforward.After you have sent off the old iphone in the post and it is received by www.cashforiphones.com they will erase any personal information that was stored on it giving you piece of mind, and they will immediately dispatch the check in the post for amount quoted when you chose to sell your iphone - they also offer this service for Smartphone's, Blackberry's and laptops, so it is an ideal company if you are looking at having a clear out of your unused electronic hardware, an
thanaads Thanaads Noo

Parrot showcases deluxe iPod/iPhone wireless speakers | All Apple News - 1 views

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    Parrot recently teamed with designer Philippe Starck to unveil some stylish and rather pricey wireless iPod speakers. These speakers are known as Zikmu and they will price around $1,500 when they become available this spring.
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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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3G Available Unlocked, App Reviews Require Ownership, Apple Lowers Output | iPhone News... - 0 views

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    A whole lot has been happening in iPhone-land lately. The 3G iPhone is now available unlocked…in China. If you want to write a nasty note about an iPhone Application, you're going to have to pay for it first. Lastly, Apple has lowered the number of iPhones it will manufacture this year, but has raised the number it thinks it will sell.
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Android launch: don't expect iPhone-like lines | Mobile Phone News Update - 0 views

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    T-Mobile's launch of the Dream - a phone made by HTC and the first on the market to run Google's Android software - likely won't be accompanied by the mad rush that surrounded Apple's introduction of the iPhone.
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Apple releases v2.1 iPhone and iPhone 3G firmware | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    Version 2.1 of the firmware(INFO) for Apple's iPhone and iPhone 3G smartphones is now available through iTunes. This new firmware offers a handful of bug fixes as well as some stability improvements. Apple also claims that the new firmware will increase the iPhone's battery life for most users, in addition to more accurately displaying 3G signal strength.
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New iPhone with Weird Guy and Gundam Photo Outside the Factory | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    People keep finding photos in their new iPhones, and these keep getting weirder and weirder. This time, Giz reader Bryan Offenhauer found this funny shot of an anonymous guy next to a human-sized Gundam
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iPhone security flaw exposes private data | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    A security flaw in Apple Inc's iPhone allows unauthorized users to gain easy access to private contacts and e-mails even when the device is locked, but the company said a fix is on the way.
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iPhone users complain of faulty 3G connectivity | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    After the initial frenzy and excitement following the release of the iPhone 3G has died down, there are now many customers emerging on Apple's official message board complaining about 3G coverage - or lack thereof - on their new handset.
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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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Apple Can 'Kill' iPhone Apps Remotely, Or Can It? | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    Apple wields ultimate control over applications running on your iPhone. If it doesn't like an app it flips a "kill switch" that zaps an unpalatable iTunes App off your iPhone in a heart beat. At least that's the buzz today in the blogosphere about a line of code found inside Apple's iPhone 2.0 software by independent iPhone developer Jonathan Zdziarski.
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5 Reasons Not to Upgrade to the New iPhone 3G | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    I've had my new 3G Apple iPhone for about a month now and I thought I'd take a few minutes to write some of my thoughts and reflections on the experience for people who might be considering upgrading to the new 3G iPhone. First a little background though.
Jeff Johnson

Macs and iPhones: Reporting for duty - 0 views

  • If the iPhone and Mac are good enough for the US Army, can IT managers keep saying that these Apple platforms aren’t good enough anymore?
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