We've all been through the frustrations of parking our vehicles, finding our vehicles, and dealing with rogue parking garages. A patent that was made public shows Apple is trying to ease some of those frustrations with a new app.
Old-school gamers look back fondly on consoles such as the Sega Genesis, which launched the esteemed careers of such characters as Sonic the Hedgehog. Very soon, you can relive those bygone gaming days on your very own iPhone.
It may come as little surprise to iPhone and iPod touch users, but new data from market research firm Gartner proposes that Apple’s App Store walked away with almost all of the mobile app sales last year.
The iPhone can do many things -- and processing credit card transactions is already one of them, thanks to a veritable host of App Store apps for just that purpose. But have you ever seen a credit card actually swiped into the device?
Despite the App Store's huge number of applications and the even larger
number of downloads, according to an analysis by 24/7 Wall St. piracy
is responsible for an enormous amount of lost revenue. As much as $450
million, the site claims. That's a big chunk of change.