That’s the latest rumor coming out of Think Secret. We’re not only going to be treated to a regular musicphone; word is that a full QWERTY’d-out business tool is in the works as well, complete (naturally) with iTunes integration. This new smartphone will make it easy for you to enjoy Apple’s new iTunes Movie Store offerings, but you can still take care of your day-to-day work-related tasks as well. There is also a distinct possibility that this new handset will rock WiFi capabilities as well. The Zune can share tunes, but the iSmartphone can make calls. That is, if it’s for real. We’ll probably find out at January’s MacWorld.
DashCam is an iPhone app developed by St. Edward Enterprises that allows drivers to track the route they are travelling on Google Maps and display speed and distance as well. To do this, the app uses the iPhone’s rear camera, Google Maps and the GPS. The recording can be used as evidence should an accident happen or for learning purposes. Users can share the video recording on various sites such as Facebook or YouTube, it also makes a pretty sweet HUD.