Stan Lee is best known as the father of Marvel comics. He's created most of the mainstay superheroes of that brand including world famous icons like the Fantastic Four, Spider-Man, the X-men, Iron Man, and Thor. In 2010, Marvel asked Stan Lee to try to strike gold again, and tasked him with the creation of a new generation of superheroes. One of those heroes, The Traveler, is now being featured in a new iOS action game.
Hot on the heels of the earlier announcement today about Verizon's data pricing plans for the upcoming iPhone, not too far behind was the reveal about the pricing for the device's HotSpot feature. The feature allows users to use their phone as a wireless connection, utilizing Verizon's network to go online.
With the annual Macworld Expo upon us, iPhone-wielding fans of all things Apple will descend upon our beloved San Francisco. For those of you who’ll be joining us, we’ve put assembled a short list of must-have apps. Load these on your ’Phone or ’Pad and you’ll confidently navigate the City’s many splendors. Might want to load these before you arrive, though. AT&T’s 3G coverage here is less than ideal, and with the VeriPhone still weeks away, you could find your evening slipping away while your downloads trickle in. Oh and one bit of advice: don’t ever ever use the term “Frisco.”
The creators of the self-styled "worst game ever made" have issued a press release today notifying the public that their aptly titled "Crap of Defense" will be pulled from the App Store on January 31st. Or will it? The team sent out an amazing press release notifying the public of their "decision."
Gameloft is bringing yet another of Ubisoft's (its sister company) greatest franchises to iOS platforms. A new trailer was recently released to hype the announcement of Tom Clancy's Rainbox Six: Shadow Vanguard. We don't yet know very much about the game itself, but given 15 years of history, we can make some pretty educated guesses as to how Shadow Vanguard will play.
When you’re done playing around with the iPhone’s many great games, consider goofing around with some of these quirky and often silly conversation-starting apps. Whether you’re using the iPhone to modify your voice or photos, or to simply trigger visual or audio gags, these options will keep you and your friends entertained.
There's been a lot of smack talk over the past year from Sony surrounding the iPhone as a gaming device in comparison to the PSP. While most consumers can see that the comparison of a device that does pretty much everything to one that focuses on doing one task very well is an apples and oranges sort of affair. However, all that could change this Thursday as Sony will could be officially announcing the details of their much rumored and often prayed for PSP phone.