While keeping a cell phone on campus may be good for security reasons in the States, Japan has an entirely different idea. Aoyama Gakuin University in Tokyo has been handing out free iPhones to their staff and students at the School of Social Informatics. They are doing so to keep track of them by GPS to find out if they are cutting class. The instructors will also use them for homework and testing.
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Speck has a new line of covers for the iPhone 3G. Their Fitted is a 2-piece, snap together, easy grip design made with an interior soft-touch polycarbonate hard-shell lining. Of course, there is complete access to ports, controls and sensors. So far, only the tan houndstooth check, black-and-white plaid and black herringbone with pinstripes cases are available for $29.95 each, but Speck says that other styles and patterns will be added to the line at a later date.
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We suppose that there are plenty of folks that love their iPhone and chocolate, so now you can have the best of both. Homade’s Chococase protector is made of silicone and has a screen protector. While we are not sure that we would want to protect a $400.00 phone in a box that resembles candy for fear of a chocoholic trying to chomp down on it, we suppose that it beats putting it in an old Altoids tin. Still, $29.99 makes it one pricey cover.
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