iPod Games

 Apple introduced iPod games about a year ago, and fortunately, the collection wasn’t left to flounder. Apple has added a few new titles, which is proof of Apple’s commitment to iPod games - a big deal to longtime Mac folks who are familiar with Apple’s less-than-stellar gaming history. All of these games are $4.99 (except the 99-cent iQuiz) through the iTunes Store, and you need a fifth-gen video iPod or a new iPod classic to play them. (Sudoku also works with the new third-gen iPod nano.) 

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Enter Your Game Phase

Fanciful graphics include undersea settings, alien worlds, and metropolitan cityscapes. It’s no coincidence that Phase was created by Harmonix, also the designer of mega-hit, Guitar Hero III. Similar to that game, Phase asks players to tap buttons in time to visual cues and songs’ rhythms. But instead of being locked into a preset list of tunes, Phase works with nearly any iPod song. This simple music game is catchier than the hook on a top-40 hit.

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iPod Exploded in Resin

 iPod Suffers Same Fate as Han Solo

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Don't Call it a Ringback

MakeiPhoneRingtone returns with iPhone update 1.1.2

create. share. enjoy. (Part 2)

Do more on your Mac with iLife ’08 and iWork ’08.

create. share. enjoy. (Part 1)

Do more on your Mac with iLife ’08 and iWork ’08.

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Applists for iPhone: First Look

As the number of Web apps for the iPhone grows, Applists makes it easy to find them and create lists of your favorites.

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iPhone Meets Web 2.0: First Look

Blue Flavor optimizes Web 2.0 sites like Flickr and deli.cio.us for the iPhone - and succeeds in making good on Apple's hope that Web developers will embrace the idea that it's cool to create apps for the iPhone that run on Safari.

JiveTalk for iPhone: First Look

Another third party comes to the rescue of iPhoners who want a chat client.

You can IM on the iPhone using a service called Meebo. It's not perfect, but it works. And it's free. Here's a first look.