Interesting happenings in iPhone App land tonight. On Twitter, Steve Rubel reported that there was a new app, NetShare from NullRiver, that allowed users to tether their iPhone up to a computer. Sure enough it was there for a price of $9.99. Matt Faulkner and I were talking about it and has we went to download the app and give it a try on our respective iPhone’s (yes, I took the plunge), it was no longer available.
I’m guessing someone from AT&T made a call.
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