Well this was unexpected: Apple has quietly enabled its devices to stream music to iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touches from online storage through iDisk. It's the very next-best thing to putting iTunes in the cloud. UPDATED:
Apple has just released MobileMe iDisk, a free app that allows you to view and share your MobileMe iDisk files from the iPhone or iPod touch.
Amidst the brouhaha yesterday, we sometimes miss a few little tidbits that could end up being super useful, like Apple's free iDisk app for iPhone. It'll let MobileMe users view and send stored data like documents and videos.
Apple just sent out an email to MobileMe subscribers to let them know of some new(ish) features. The biggest bullet point is the fact that push is back.
A lot of things changed this week. A lot. Personally I could not be happier (not one bit), but even if it's good, change can often be a bumpy process. But you know what never changes? The tidal of wave of new applications that hits the App Store each and every week. Our rock. Let us dive in.
Pretec's new i-Disk flash drive is 25 per cent smaller than a quarter, and can store up to 1GB of data. A combination of USB flashdisk and RFID technology in a waterproof case, the i-Disk is made using a semiconductor MCP process, and measures 45.7 x 12.2 x 2.2mm. It will primarily be marketed for use in hospitals,…
USB keys are so ubiquitous and cheap that manufacturers are forced to riff on form factors and, most importantly, names. The iDisk Diamond is just a chunk of flash memory attached to the leads of a USB key sans metal cowling. Yeah, I just made up all that terminology, but you kind of get the gist of things from the…