When the discussion turns to apps for the iPhone, it's far easier to think of things that the iPhone can do than it is to come up with a list of stuff that it can't. DriveGain has introduced a new iPhone app that promises to save drivers up to $205 a year in fuel costs by following some simple visual and spoken cues.
Because you need one more app on your iPhone and then you... um, win? StreetFire introduces its StreetVid app for instant access to all the two- and four-wheeled hoonage you can stand, plus its weekly shows and caption contests. If the soon-to-come iPhone 4G really does video, it'll be even easier for you to "upload yourself doing something stupid." Not the kind of thing that will make you any more productive, but it will put more smoking rubber in your pocket, and that's why we're all really he
When Apple debuted its second generation iPhone 3G, the inclusion of GPS hardware suggested that the everything device might soon replace that TomTom suction-cupped to your windshield by offering real turn-by-turn directions. Other phones offer this functionality, but for whatever reason, Apple forbid it on the iPhone despite the device technically having the capability to pull it off.
var digg_url = 'http://digg.com/apple/Should_ve_Bought_a_Garmin_Testing_the_iPhone_3G_s_GPS'; Yes, we were among the suckers who endured the idiotic lines, activation woes and intermittent service that you've undoubtedly read about after the iPhone 3G's launch this past Friday. But our reason for suffering through myriad hassles to get our hands on Apple's newest hotness wasn't purely selfish. We wanted to see whether the iPhone 3G's new GPS functionality was worth the cost of admission or if