In yet another display of the massive cultural power of popular iPhone apps, Universal Pictures announced today that they are joining forces with Lima Sky to create new, branded content for Doodle Jump. From the sound of things this may be an ongoing arrangement, but right now it's Universal's upcoming Easter kid's flick, Hop, that is getting integrated with Doodle Jump.
Although there’s been plenty of gloom and doom forecast for AT&T when they lose iPhone exclusivity next month, the reality is something else indeed -- a full 90 percent of those customers are still tied to contracts which will be costly to get out of.
Although there’s little doubt that Apple is flying high with the iPhone, they’re losing a bit of steam when it comes to competing as a global cell phone maker. Cupertino still ranks in the top five for a second quarter in a row, but slipped from fourth to fifth place in the last quarter.
Independent software companies are reaping rewards from the salad days of the Mac App Store, but when will we see big software publishers enter the fray? At least in the case of Office publisher Microsoft, maybe sooner than later.
Oh Apple. If a tech company isn't coming after you with a lawsuit for patent infringement one day, it's a an irritated California man coming after you the next over a busted iPhone 4 that came at the hands of his daughter. The latest alleges that the cracked glass is the result of the handset design being defective.
As the home landline slowly disappears from many households, some of us pine for the days when you could end a call by slamming down the handset. Ever try to hang up angry on the iPhone? Tapping the End Call button really doesn't convey the same emotions.
We checked out the iFusion iPhone dock and got to relive the glory days of angry conversations.
For some Monty Python fans this is a dream 35 years in the making. It may not seem like the most likely subject for a video game, but developer Zed Worldwide has reimagined the livestock catapult from the classic comedy Monty Python and the Holy Grail as an Angry Birds-esque physics puzzle game.
Only a few short days after Sega used their emulation software to release the Genesis version of Virtua Fighter 2 on iOS devices, we're getting another classic Genesis game. Sega's Shinobi 3: Return of the Ninja Master is pretty much the pinnacle of ninja-slicing insanity.
While AT&T isn’t saying goodbye to the iPhone entirely next month, they are saying farewell to their U.S. exclusivity for the handset -- but not before activating another 4.1 million of the handsets in the fourth quarter of 2010.