In other tech legal news, W3 Innovations, the parent company of Broken Thumbs Apps, settled with the Federal Trade Commission over having reportedly collected children's personal data in their iPhone and iPod touch apps. The FTC has previously gone after other companies for similar issues, but this was the first to be centered around mobile apps.
Why bother carrying around extra hardware to store your files when your iPhone already makes the perfect storage advice? Think about it: your phone is always with you, and with an app called GoodReader, you can easily and effortlessly share files via Wi-Fi. Read on to find out how to set up your iOS device to enable this nifty feature.
iOS devices are great on their own, but if you're constantly using your Mac for work or other personal projects, you might feel like you're not fully utilizing your iPad and iPhone. With a few applications, however, you can transform your iPhone into a trackpad or your iPad into an external display and control desktop applications like Keynote and iTunes right from your mobile device. Read on to find out how.
Running isn’t fun. Buying accessories to help you pretend you’ll start running is fun, though. Who needs fitness when you’ve got a box filled with cobwebs and dangly sport-cessories? But the Scosche MyTrek might never end up collecting those cobwebs because it’s the kind of accessory you’ll actually want to use.
A new report details the dramatic changes in the mobile phone market over the last three years. If you are a mobile phone operating system not named Android or iOS, the results are not pretty.
For instance, in Q2 2008, Nokia's Symbian held a 47 percent market share, but by Q2 2011 it had dropped to 16 percent. Over the same period, Microsoft's phone platforms plummeted from 12 percent to 1 percent, and Blackberry's RIM has dropped from 17 percent to 12 percent.
As we reported last week, Kairosoft, the makers of some of the most deviously addictive simulation games on iOS, have released their latest epic. It's called Mega Mall Story and we can't wait to get our hands on it.
The unique new tower defense title, Zombie Gunship, has reportedly gone universal in a new update that hits today. Now you can get an even better look at the action as you splatter zombie guts from on high.
The makers of the insanely addictive Game Dev Story and the equally solid Hot Springs Story are back with another release. This time the theme will revolve around creating an enormous mall for consumers to roam.