By ajohnson1200 on December 31, 2010
By benwilson on November 20, 2008
In many iTunes App Store categories, there exists significant overlap–competing apps vying for the same place on your iPhone or iPod Touch. One of these categories encompasses eBooks. We previously reported on Stanza, which is now facing some competition.
By benwilson on November 12, 2008
Make has published an interview with Michael Koppelman, an iPhone developer and model rocket enthusiast, who decided that combining his two hobbies together would be a good idea. The result: the launching of an iPhone Rocket.
By benwilson on October 27, 2008
Amidst the launch of Google’s own Android mobile operating system, the company is bringing its Google Earth software to the iPhone App Store. As reported by our sister site News.com, the iPhone version replicates much of the desktop application’s core experience, downloading imagery from Google’s servers as the perspective shifts and dotting the map with landmarks, photos, and other information.
By benwilson on September 22, 2008
As widely reported, the iPhone takes a screenshot every time the home button is pressed so that the 3D “zoom” effect can be processed when the application zooms in and out, when suspending and resuming applications. These shots are stored, at least temporarily, on the device, presenting potential privacy issues.