WFOR-TV News Director Adrienne Roark created quite a buzz a couple of weeks ago when he shot an entire story using the new iPhone. Poynter’s Al Tompkins chatted with Roark and Investigative Producer Giovani Benitez today to learn how to use an iPhone when reporting.
AdAge explains the true meaning of everything from Kindle to Tweets to Huffpo’.
A wiki at SitOrSquat.com and available as a mobile application for BlackBerry and iPhone both helps locate public restrooms and provides star ratings based on their cleanliness and other amenities. Talk about a useful mobile app!
From TechCrunch: “The iPhone now accounts for 50 percent of mobile Web traffic from smartphones in the U.S., according to an AdMob Mobile Metrics report released this morning. Over the past six months, the iPhone has taken share from Blackberry and Windows Mobile. In August 2008, the iPhone made up only 10 percent of mobile [...]
comScore says that the number of people using their mobile device to access news and information more than doubled from January 2008 to January 2009. Among the audience of 63.2 million people who accessed news and information on their mobile devices in January 2009, 22.4 million (35 percent) did so daily; more than double the [...]
ABC News has released a new application for the iPhone and iPod Touch uers that includes video, breaking news alerts and other features.
In recent weeks, Journalism.co.uk reports, Sky News has designed Facebook applications, developed a iPhone-friendly mobile interface, called for Second Life citizen journalism volunteers, released a Windows Vista gadget, used social media to experiment with new reporting forms, rolled out technology to enhance online news stories with map-based navigation – and more besides. Sky News will [...]
News sites are starting to release new iPhone sites now. Here are the ones we’re aware of so far.
FOX News on Monday released a new application for iPhones that includes not just the latest headlines, but the ability to search news archives and watch every video available on Foxnews.com, all optimized for your iPhone and iPod Touch.
Nicely done: cbsnews.com/iphone.