Morning Edition: 3D projectors Video
Adobe develops Flash for the iPhone, the 700 Mhz spectrum closes, editing Google Maps, and an in-depth look at the Iraqi war.
This tiny $99 pico projector is a nifty iPhone accessory that produces a picture that's "good enough."
The Sony VPL-HW50ES projector shows what a home cinema projector can do with a superb picture and an excellent mix of features.
If you've always wanted a projector in your phone, you'll get 15 lumens of brightness to instantly show off photos, videos, and presentations.
Sprint has signed a $20 billion deal for 30.5 million iPhones, while Adobe releases Flash Player 11 and AIR 3 with accelerated 3D graphics support. Most importantly, don't miss CNET's live coverage today of Apple's announcement of the next iPhone(s).
We learned at WWDC yesterday that there will be Safari-based Web apps for the iPhone ready by the release date!
Tom shows us how you can quickly access the Safari address bar on an iPhone.
HTC's Touch smells like an iPhone, Apple's Safari left panting in the veldt, and Sony talks to the Church of England.
The iPhone won't be supporting Adobe Flash, so does that mean that it really can run 'the real Internet'?
It's only been a day, but now Adobe says they're not going to be able to develop Flash for the iPhone anyway, plus the FCC frees apartment owners from the grasps of local telecom and we mosey on down to the New York Auto Show for a look at some new rides.