Tired of being left out of those exclusive clubs that all the cool kids get into? If you happen to live in the United States and have $1500 burning a hole in your pocket, that cash will now buy you a ticket to the Google Glass club, now that Mountain View has swung open its doors to any and all takers. Just keep in mind the product is still very much in beta, and could potentially cause way more trouble than it's worth when it comes to the privacy of those around you...
Games games games galore, and books and well, you'll have plenty of fun with this week's app price drops as they're all about the fun stuff to be found. So fire up your App Store, because you'll be buying this week.
We doubt you could have missed this week's release of Lion, even if you aren't a early adopter who likes to jump in at the get-go. Oh, no, we're sure you didn't miss that. And who could have missed Netflix and the backlash? Well, we've got a few suggestions for users of both, plus a few other tasty treats just in case you missed it.
Surprisingly, this is still a big honkin' deal for some people. iOS devices don't do Flash, they haven't ever, and the chances of them doing it in the future is next to nil. Natively, that is. Developers have been trying to crack this nut for some time and mostly, they've succeeded.
If there’s one thing that’s at the top of every anti-iOS whiner’s list, it’s the lack of Adobe Flash video playback that is sure to be mentioned first and foremost. Thankfully, the arrival of Skyfire squashed some of those dissenting opinions -- and now the app has been super-sized for the iPad.
It was so hot, it sold out the App Store a few hours after launch. Such, apparently, is the craving for Flash on the iPhone, regardless of what Steve Jobs may think. But what are the numbers behind "selling out" when we're just talking bits and bytes here?
Yesterday we had brought it to you about the Skyfire app that could convert Flash video into HTML 5. According to the developer's blog, the app has become so popular, that it has 'sold out' in the app store, and they are temporarily not accepting new purchases from the App Store.