According to our Mad Scientist's Handbook, more eyes means more vision.
EA has confirmed that Spore Origins for the iPhone and iPod touch is on track to launch in September. Mac Spore will release on September 7, but because that falls on a Sunday, mobile players might have to wait until Monday to get it at the App Store. We recently gave the near-final mobile version a few tilts and learned how it differs from versions of Spore.
Sol Free Solitaire is a classy solitaire app that delivers three games (Klondike Deal 3, Demon, and Baker’s Game), easy-to-read graphics, and enough documentation to make for a fine introduction to the world’s loneliest card game.
Every game console needs a killer racing title, something that delivers envelope-pushing graphics and freewheeling fun. For the PlayStation, it’s Gran Turismo. For the Xbox, it’s Forza Motorsport. And for the iPhone? Sadly, it’s not GTS World Racing. Although the game offers pretty graphics, perfect controls, and some nice touches, it’s far too repetitive. Plus, it has some gameplay issues that, pardon the pun, drive you crazy.
Lets face it, you have way more than 16GB of music at home. You've set up a Smart playlist to shuffle your songs, but when you got a hankering to listen to Minor Threat and the closest thing you got on your iPhone at the moment is Avril Lavigne. Well, it's a pain.
It’s not the value of the dollar; that graph is charting live audio.
SignalScope is a real-time signals analysis program that displays information about the structure of sound. Audio/video professionals, musicians, engineers, and scientists could use it to measure frequency, waveform, and other audio attributes, displaying that data in graphs on the iPhone.