Latest delicious thoughts

delicious thoughts for October 6th from 17:17 to 17:17:

  • Recharge your iPhone on the move – This is neat. Dahon have brought out a recharging system based on a cycle dynamo to keep GPS functions working on the move.

Bookmarks for March 12th through March 13th

These are my links for March 12th through March 13th:

The iPhone deal just got even better

WWDC: O2 iPhone WiFi includes BT OpenZone, The Cloud – iPod/iPhone – Macworld UK
O2 logo

O2 has taken another step to widely improve its iPhone 3G offering in the UK, multiplying the available WiFi hotspots users can employ to get online.

Hidden in the small print on the O2 page, O2 confirms iPhone users will enjoy free use of WiFi hotspots from its existing partner, The Cloud, and also observes iPhone users will be able to use hotspots provided by BT OpenZone.

Even more free (or should I say bundled) WiFi with the O2 iPhone deal from July 11th. 

Apple announces a 3G iPhone and I can have one for nothing!

Apple United Kingdom – Press Releases
iPhone images

O2 and Apple today announced that the innovative iPhone 3G will be available in the UK and Ireland on July 11th. iPhone 3G combines all the revolutionary features of iPhone with 3G networking that is twice as fast as the first generation iPhone, built-in GPS for expanded location based mobile services, and iPhone 2.0 software …….

I bought an iPhone last year much to the derision of my brother who said I should have waited for the 3G model. Well I might have been a bit hasty – but at least O2 is offering me the upgrade to the new phone for nothing and if I want 16Gb of storage I can have it for a relatively small payment. Roll on July 11th …. built in GPS – mmmm

Europe clears mobiles on aircraft

BBC NEWS | Technology | Europe clears mobiles on aircraft
Viviane Reding, the EU telecoms commissioner, has warned operators to keep the cost of calls made on planes at a reasonable level. “If consumers receive shock phone bills, the service will not take-off.”

Joke not intended I assume – after all it’s a quote from an EU Commissioner.