Amazingly fast iPhone typist: Video

There is fast typing and then there is ridiculously fast typing. Youtube user “koncetzoflife hits 83 WPM on is iPhone, that’s amazing. His aim is to hit 90 WPM, typing like this then he is sure to hit it. Is he the world fastest typist on the iPhone? He used iTextSpeed to test his typing speed. The video is below.

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40% of Blackberry users would switch to iPhone

Well according to reports from market researcher Crowd Science, who conducted a survey of 1,140 respondents. Almost 40% of Blackberry users maybe unhappy with their handsets and would swap it over for an iPhone “tomorrow”. No loyalty for Blackberry.  The report also shows that 52% of Blackberry users would recommend

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Former Mozilla Security Chief working for Apple

Apple has hired the former security chief of mozilla. She Started her job on Monday, where she’s now working as a senior security product manager. Window Snyder has a huge array of credibility in the security research industry. Microsoft hired Snyder in 2003 as a security strategist, where she worked on windows XP

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Use your favorite Web browser to view App Store

It is now possible to view the entire App Store from your web browser. This comes just weeks after Apple’s iTunes preview service was extended to apps. The service is text-based until you get to the application page you want to look at, then you will see the icons and screenshots just how you would in iTunes. If you however want to download an app, you still have to view in iTunes.

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4 per cent of US mobile market owns an iPhone

4 per cent of US mobile market owns an iPhone

4 per cent, doesn’t seem like much does it, but reports from Nielsen shows that the iPhone is on top of the mobile users market in the US. Making the iPhone the most popular handset this year, taking the number one spot from the Blackberry 8300, who is in a close second with 3.7 per cent.

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NY Times article suggests that the iPhone may be to blame for AT&T Network failures

NY Times article suggests that the iPhone may be to blame for AT&T Network failures

AT&T  recently acknowledge that service in some major U.S. cities have been performing below standards and they claim they are working on it. During all of the announcement at no time AT&T blamed Apple for any of it issues, but one article of the NY Times thinks different.

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