T-Mobile prompts employees to "sell against the iPhone" + MORE iPhone News 08/29/2012

Some more news on the iPhone for you right here. The iPhone market is evolving rapidly, so here are the latest developments.
Intelligent personal assistant Cue adds support for iPhone calendars, iOS 6

One thing that stands out in our modern digital age is the sheer volume of information that we must process. There is so much information coming at us from our calendars, emails and social feeds that it seems like we have information everywhere — and never where we want it to be. This information overload is one reason why Cue piqued my interest when it recently launched the latest version of its iPhone app.

Cue is a startup that lets you organize information across many of your online accounts…

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WeatherBug Elite for iPhone adds real time lightning sensors

As I see it there are two kinds of weather programs. There are the ‘pretty’ weather apps with beautiful animations and graphics that are somewhat short on in-depth data, and there are the apps that dive very deeply into data like precipitation totals and trends. Then there are a lot of in-between apps that try to blend both approaches.

Put WeatherBug Elite (US$1.99) in the ‘plenty of information’ category. It packs just about everything you would want to know about the weather into a few compact screens, and touching portions of those screens often brings up even more data…

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Camalapse: Make your own panning time-lapse iPhone movies

So, you’ve always wanted to be able to take one of those cool time-lapse iPhone movies that slowly pans from one direction to another? Now you can do it easily and inexpensively with the Camalapse, a US$25 accessory that works with a Glif ($20) or other iPhone tripod mount to give your iPhone a spin as it’s taking a movie.


Basically, the inventors had a simple idea. Take something like a one-hour mechanical windup kitchen timer, put a tripod mount on top of it, and voilà! You can use your favorite time-lapse photography app while the iPhone (or other lightweight camera) slowly pans around up to a full 360°…

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Tampa, GarageBand, and GlutenTwitter is a wonderful place for one-liners. To be funny on the site, you’ve got to be sharp and practice economy of language. You’ve only got 140 characters to make an impression.
And what better way to wind-down the work day than with a selection of some of the day’s most entertaining tweets.

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Robin McCauley @RobinMcCauley

“I see people.” – The First Sense
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Sophia rossi @sofifii

My life is one big “how did this big bruise happen?”
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Matt Goldich @MattGoldich

Tampa avoided Hurricane Isaac but female residents are still preparing for up to eight inches of Cain…

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T-Mobile prompts employees to "sell against the iPhone"

So, what do you do if you’re T-Mobile USA and not only do you not carry the iPhone now, but there’s a good chance you’re not going to be selling the next-generation iPhone either? That’s easy — tell your employees to “sell against the iPhone.”

TmoNews — “The Unofficial T-Mobile Blog” and no relation to TUAW — published images yesterday of internal T-Mobile memos. The first is rather innocuous, telling sales employees at T-Mobile stores that a new “Monthly4G MicroSIM Kit” will be available for iPhone 4/4S owners who wish to move to 4G on the Magenta Network…

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