Massive crowds on hand for iPhone 4S launch in Hong Kong 24 hours prior to sale.

I can’t begin to accurately describe the scene on the walkways outside the Hong Kong Apple Store. Last night, an unofficial line of about 400 people was broken up by police and security details as the lack of organization and chaos was leading to some tense scenes, even some fighting. Today the lines are back, […]

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Hong Kong’s iPhone postage stamp

Was poking around the post office today looking for some stamps when I came across a new issue from the HK Post Office which looked oddly familiar. The Volunteerism series of postage stamps contains one stamp which shows an “An email from co-workers brings good news on school redevelopment. Children’s smiling faces in the photo […]

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Best TV Apps for iPhone / iPad

One of the neatest things to do with an iPhone (or any smart phone) is to watch TV streams “live” on your phone. Now saying it is “TV” is technically a misnomer–you aren’t technically receiving over the air TV frequencies with your phone and displaying them. Instead these are streaming video feeds from a variety […]

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Olympic iPhone Apps review

Yea, I only reviewed the free ones.  I have a Cowbell already (from my visit to the SLC ’02 Olympics) so couldn’t rationalize buying an electronic version. The Vancouver Olympics start on Friday and there are quite a few iPhone apps in the app store to help keep you up to date on the latest. […]

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Slingplayer for iPhone

From the about fricking time department, word has come from the TUAW that the much anticipated Slingplayer application for the iPhone has been submitted for approval with the overlords at Apple HQ. Slingplayer is a tool of many an expat used to ’sling’ back television content from a central location (i.e. their parent’s house) to […]

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