writes: Apple recently banned Google voice apps on the iPhone. Well, the FCC did not take it lightly and, according to this Wall Street Journal article, is investigating: "In letters sent late Friday to the two companies and AT&T Inc., the FCC asked why Apple rejected the Google Voice application for the iPhone and removed related applications from its App Store. The letter also seeks information on how AT&T, the exclusive U.S. iPhone carrier, was consulted in the decision, if at all." Here's the actual letter.Link to Original Source
writes: Apple is making it very expensive to replace broken iPhone screens, to the tune of $250. In fact, it's more expensive on the 8GB model than on the 4GB model. There are some DIY options out there, from the $120 replace-it-yourself-don't-forget-the-digitizer, to the $5 lexan-with-permanent-marker. Here's one that almost free, saran-wrap-plus-TLC.