Capcom’s expeditions into the App Store thus far have often been port overs or re-releases of past console hits, like Street Fighter IV and Resident Evil 4. The creators of Mega Man are taking that trend one step further with the newly unveiled Capcom Arcade, a free-to-download, officially licensed emulator for retro Capcom games. For now, the only games available to play are Street Fighter II, Ghouls ‘N Ghosts, 1942, and Commando, but Capcom has promised to update the arcade with new releases each month.
After seeing it in action months ago at an Apple press conference, more than a million people downloaded “Epic Citadel,” the skeleton of an app that, until recently, has had no name and no release date. Since the announcement we’ve seen demos, pictures, and even heard an ambiguous release day (Holiday 2010). But now, the cherry on top of our App flavored double scoop: ChAIR Entertainment has just released a trailer. The verdict? You tell us.
Apple's recent quarter earnings report showed the enormity of iPhone sales across the globe. Recently though, the device took a bit of a hit in Japan, where a report has the new Samsung Galaxy S as the new number one there.
Walking the line between tool and toy, Spiderpodium’s eight legs can keep your iOS device--or any handheld gizmo of about the same size--right where you want it. The rubber legs stay in any position, so you actually get to use your imagination when dreaming up new ways to pose it--and there’s no reason a kid couldn’t also imagine it as a nefarious space insect attacking a brave colony of Lego men.
iPhone 3G users are mad as hell, and they’re not going to take it anymore! Incensed over what they claim are “unsavory, dishonest and deceptive business practices” on Apple’s part by crippling their devices with the iOS 4 update.
In an interview exclusive on Cult of Mac, Toy Story 3 director Lee Unkrich tells all about his obsession with Apple products. The interview, conducted by guest writer Mike Bastoli, of the Pixar Blog, explains what Unkriches first Mac was, why Apple gets some cameo appearances in Pixar movies, and we also find out that Steve Jobs has personally helped to feed Unkriches affection for Apple products.
No doubt lost amidst the mid-term elections on Tuesday was another battle brewing in Washington between Nokia and Apple as the mobile device makers are about to have their day in court before the International Trade Commission.
If you prefer Google Calendar to Apple’s iCal (and their MobileMe cloud syncing solution), developer Readdle has you covered with an updated version of their slick Calendars app, bringing Google Tasks and universal compatibility to the table.