Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow. If you're one of our more easterly readers, you're probably getting sick of the stuff. Unless you're a skier or a snowboarder or are inexplicably into curling. If you're out a little further west, it's just the thing for the slopes and you wish you were getting a little of that east coast action.
And if you're up north in Vancouver, you've been seeing it all the time. And in honor of the 2010 games, Mac|Life has a full slate of medals to hand out in the best writing of the week. Of course they're all gold, silly. It's Mac|Life, after all.
Just days after Apple removed nearly 5,000 apps from the iTunes App
Store because of "overtly sexual" content, Mashable
reports that they may be making plans to bring them back--but under
more controlled circumstances.
Don’t call it a port--Street Fighter 4 for iPhone and iPod touch is an
entirely new game with the same look and feel of the console games and
classic arcade cabinets. What’s different, of course, is the way you
play the game. With a bit of added UI ingenuity from the "visual pad"
engine, Capcom delivers a surefire hit that’s definitely going to tire
out your thumbs. Check out our hands-on video after the jump.
If you’re a political activist or just a concerned citizen with something to get off their chest, you’ll be happy to know that there’s finally an app for the common man (and woman) to communicate with the U.S. government.
In a followup to last week’s report on Apple removing Wobble iBoobs from the App Store, it now appears that more than 5,000 such apps have been removed since mid-last week -- and the number keeps climbing.