Don't have an Intel-based Mac, iPhone, or iPod touch, but still want to sample Spore? EA has launched Spore Origins for iPods, available now. The $4.99 game mirrors the version for generic mobile phones, scaled back slightly from the upcoming iPhone edition.
iPhone fans everywhere are still clamoring over their copy and paste void. Who can blame them? Surely, one would assume that a smartphone would come equipped with something as useful as copy and paste. Apple recently announced that the function is in development for a future iPhone and iPhone 3G firmware update, but it is probably still considered low priority.
Thanks to the success of the iPod and the iPhone, more business environments are adopting Macs, which means that more and more cubicles are converting to Mac OS, according to a report released today by Forrester Research based on 50,000 enterprisers and 2,500 organizations surveyed.
Most of us are guilty of checking email on the iPhone while at a stoplight. Is it safe? Probably not, but we're pretty sure it safer than watching a movie while driving.
YouTube user, jiggymatt seems to have decided that flying down the road in a two-ton hunk of steel wasn't exciting enough for him. To help pass the time while he puts the rest of the drivers on the road at risk, he fashioned a "heads-up display" for his iPhone.
Get out your running shoes, and tighten up that armband for your iPhone! The french iPhone and iPod Touch aficionado website, Blog iPhone, has published what they claim to be screenshots of the Nike+ application for the iPhone.
Say you’re on a cross-country flight and have to work on your document, but it’s stored on a server somewhere down on terra firma, and you, being airborne, are naturally offline. Even a year ago, this problem was the Achilles’ heel of Web-based apps: Without the Internet connection, they were useless. But things have changed. Today, being disconnected from the Net is no reason to leave your online apps behind.