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Re: Taking Care of Business With the iPhone
Posted by: Erika Morphy 2009-02-24 09:49:42
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When eBay decided it was going to build an iPhone application that would let users monitor their bids and items for sale, it didn't expect the application to be downloaded more than 1 million times. The application has proven to be very popular among Power Sellers and individual consumers alike, Rick Hoiberg, staff software engineer at eBay, told MacNewsWorld. Hoiberg credited Apple's sophisticated software development kit for much of the app's popularity, as it enabled eBay to quickly build a sophisticated business application.


VoIP services for iPhone
Posted by: JohnGabrikh 2009-02-24 23:56:36 In reply to: Erika Morphy
iPhone is true business phone, I am professional and use to travel alot so for me every thing is mobile and iPhone is always with me. My mobile expense was awful due to roaming charges but these VoIP services make my life easy and thanks GOD there are few good VoIP application i.e.Fring,Truephone and Vopium is available for iPhone.
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