Smartphones have all advanced over the past few years, and mostly do the same things. But if you look at the details, you'll find that—depending on your needs—one may be way better than another.
So it looks like Kevin Rose still knows what the hell he's talking about when it comes to Apple-centric rumors...for the most part. The Digg founder was nearly perfect with his predictions that the iPhone would have cut and paste, but no video. His claims that the iPhone would have more Palm Pre-esque features was…
Apple made a big deal about allowing in-app transactions with the new iPhone 3.0 API. It's great news if you're a developer looking to make more scratch, but it's potentially terrible news for users.
After about 10,000,000 requests, Apple has finally given in and delivered the super-basic feature that the iPhone has been missing since day 1: cut and paste. Took you jerks long enough.