Wednesday, 05 March 2008 15:46

Why the iPhone SHOULD be a modem

The current 2G model iPhone can’t officially be tethered to a notebook and then used as a wireless Internet connection, although hacker extraordinaire Nate True figured out how to do it anyway some time ago. But despite arguments that the iPhone’s data plan explains why it currently isn’t an official tethered modem, such arguments are nonsense: it’s my iPhone and I should be able to use it as a modem if desired, even if it costs me more money.

Published in Mobility
Putting customers first seems to have been the missing ingredient in the tale of Microsoft and Intel reaching a ‘deal’ on assigning ‘Vista Capable’ status, resulting in the purchase of computers that were Vista compatible as far as ‘Vista Home Basic’.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Lenovo’s new ‘ThinkPad X300’, code-named ‘Kodachi’ isn’t quite as slim as the MacBook Air, but comes packed with many more features – and still slips into that now famous ‘envelope’!

Published in Fuzzy Logic



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