Geocaching is part hiking, part treasure hunting, and part technology. Using a handheld global positioning system (GPS) receiver, cachers track down hidden containers containing logbooks, little treasures, and even traveling “bugs.” In the geocaching realm, like the broader digital mapping world, Mac support had been an afterthought.
iPhone applications developers don’t have to go it alone. Thanks to iPhoneDevCamp, an “unconference” centered around deadline-fueled development and open-mike presentations, you can create apps along with other iPhone enthusiasts.
If you've been more concerned about Joe the Plumber than the news coming out of Cupertino, it's time to reset your priorities. Sure plumbers are the wonderful when the toilet backs up, but whens the last time a plumber synced with your iPod.
Check out this week's non-toilet backing-up Apple news.