Where Final Fantasy I defined the role-playing genre for the late '80s/early '90s, Final Fantasy II took the core idea and experimented with what could be done with it. That being the case, the classic sequel has come to the iPhone and iPod touch in outstanding form with only a few wrinkles to iron out.
Twitter feeds and Facebook are replacing web browsing and email for
many of us, but seasoned social networkers know the revolution is only
just beginning. In fact, the next phase may already be underway with
Knocking Live Video and Ustream Live Broadcaster, two video-streaming
tools that put the power to share live video with friends, family, and
followers in the palms of your iPhone-clutching hands. Both apps offer
fun features, impressive tech, and our favorite price tag: free! But
which one should you use?
One of the great excitements about the iPad bringing books to its large
screen was the potential for comic books and magazines to really deliver
some killer content. The 9.7" color screen could bring seriously
enhanced readability as well as create a new genre of interactive
In response to one overlooked demographic,
Oceanhouse Media has launched additional iPhone and iPod touch apps
featuring some beloved children's titles.And they've got their eyes set on the iPad.
The earlier release of the latest iPhone/iPad software development kit
has been updated to a Beta 2 release. As we get closer to the official
sell date on the iPad, we're getting hopeful and excited for what kind
of wonderful newness our iPhone's will be picking up.
Okay, so the world didn't
change. Steve Jobs came out, unveiled the iPad, it was pretty much most
of what we'd come to expect by this point with a surprise or two thrown
in. Seriously, Apple, AT&T again? That we didn't see coming.
you know what you should see coming? A week's worth of articles, sliced
and diced, chopped and grated, and summarized for your pleasure below. Who says the only thing going on is the freaking Super Bowl?
It was packed with tons of stuff, but you can't please everyone.
Probably the number one let-down when the iPad was at long last revealed
was the fact that there was no camera, despite numerous rumors that
there would be.
Whether Apple pulled the camera idea at the last minute or whether they
plan on adding it at some point or whether there's the potential for
some kind of peripheral that brings video camera to the iPad, one thing
is certain. Camera support is built in to the OS.