Remember iPhone Drive? And MegaPhone? Well, Ecamm’s pretty sure they’re (finally) not going to get sued with their newly renamed “PhoneView.” Along with the new name for the iPhone/iPod touch data access tool, PhoneView delivers an overall software refresh.

You can now add and edit notes without rebooting after each change — wait until you’re done and tap “Apply Changes” for a single reboot instead. There’s also undo/redo support for the notes editor. There’s a new search feature for music, contacts, SMS, etc.

Read on for more details.

FlyTunesOne of the features of a lot of iPhone wannabes is a built-in FM radio so you can listen to your local stations. Why limit yourself to local stations? FlyTunes is a free streaming radio service that gives you access to over 375 channels of music, news, and sports on your iPhone or iPod Touch.

Most of the channels are EDGE-friendly, so there is no need for a WiFi connection. To sign up for the service, all you need to do is point Safari on your iPhone or iPod Touch to flytunes.fm, and then follow the on-screen instructions to sign up.

As reported elsewhere, Apple today won two Black Pencil awards from D&AD, a British organization (or “organisation,” I suppose) that promotes the very best of design around the world.This year, the iPhone and aluminum iMac both took home the top award. The iPod touch received second prize (a Yellow Pencil), and the iPod nano and aluminum keyboard were each nominated. Apple has won six Black Pencils since 1999.

This year, six Black Pencils were awarded, though some years D&AD hand out zero (Graphic designers, for example, were a little miffed this year that none of their work was good enough). Sixty-four Yellow Pencils were handed out, among 143 total nominations.

CBS, the people who brought you Murder, She Wrote and other entertainment products, announced this morning that they have purchased CNET Networks, home of GameSpot.com, TV.com, mp3.com and other web workhorses.

CBS will make a offer for all issued and outstanding shares of CNET Networks for $11.50 per share, representing ($1.8 billion). The acquisition will make CBS one of the 10 most popular Internet companies in the United States, with a combined 54 million unique users per month, and approximately 200 million users worldwide.

CBS now owns: CNET, ZDNet, GameSpot.com, TV.com, mp3.com, CNET news.com, UrbanBaby, CHOW, Search.com, BNET, MySimon and TechRepublic.

Konami’s throwing their hat in the rock videogame ring with Rock Revolution!

They promise the game will “Break new ground with its definitive drum experience,” and “gives players a chance to rock out on the bass and lead guitar.”

“Rock Revolution will be the most innovative and realistic rock game to hit the market, that will provide a quality drum peripheral and music that players will appreciate,” said Anthony Crouts, Vice President of Marketing for Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. “As the originator of music-based games, we are dedicated to bringing fans a truly preeminent music experience. With Rock Revolution, we put the emphasis on the drum kit, delivering an experience unlike any other.”

    
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