9 Things on the iPad 2 Wish List

Let’s be clear; the iPad rocks. If it never changes, I’d still be happy with it. But since we’re at that point in the year when we’re offering predictions and hopes regarding what’s to come, here’s a list of must-have features in iPad 2.

10 Things on the iPhone 5 Wish List

We’ve come an awfully long way since the first iPhone was released in 2007. The last three and a half years have seen dramatic improvements in both the hardware and software of Apple’s smartphone. So what more could you ask for? A lot, it turns out.

The Apple Tablet: What It Needs to Be Useful for Web Working

I’m excited about the much-discussed Apple tablet, which is expected to be unveiled next week. I would be excited if Apple (s aapl) was releasing a new device that only provided me with a painful electric shock every hour on the hour, frankly. That said, once I get past my natural inclination towards what Cupertino does, I’m a little skeptical about how much I’ll actually be able to use the device I will most certainly buy.

Finally Truphone for Blackberry Is Ready

Truphone, the service that allows you to make cheap long distance phone calls using VoIP technology on a mobile phone, is now available to users of BlackBerry devices as a beta offering. This product is called Truphone Anywhere for Blackberry.
London-based Truphone’s service, which typically uses Wi-Fi connections for VoIP calls, has so far been available on the Symbian OS-based Nokia devices and Apple’s iPhone. The service doesn’t support Windows Mobile for now.
I downloaded early versions of the software on two WiFi-enabled BlackBerry devices — the 8801 and T-Mobile Curve — and it worked fine on both the devices. It was fairly easy to download the Truphone software using Blackberry’s built-in browser, and I installed it without many problems. Upon installation, it asked me if my device had Wi-Fi or not. (In case of non WiFi-enabled devices, Truphone behaves like any other callback service. )
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