You have to admire the balls of this particular iPhone developer. The "I Am Rich" iPhone application, retailing for $999.99, is a "work of art with no hidden function at all." Consisting solely of a glowing red icon (seen below), the application serves the purpose of "remind(ing) you (and others) that you were able to afford this."
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Interesting article in Gizmodo on why rappers generally don't like the iPhone. Some of the responses include "its too pretty", "not good for texting", "sometimes it will freeze up." Method Man likes it though!
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I am writing this post on the wordpress app for iPhone. The app is free, and extremely self explanatory. It's very easy to write a new post, edit a post, or even take and attach a picture to a post.
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iPhone Firmware has been released - hopefully this will fix some of the bugs with applications crashing.
One of the improvements in this version of the software is the addition of certain core location features that not only track where you are, but also the direction you are heading.
Truphone at first sounds too good to be true -- VOIP on your iPhone. So, is it like SkypeOut, which is very close to free? Well, not exactly. When you download the app, you are given a free $4 to apply towards any calls, international or domestic.
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If, like me, you are a Blackberry refugee, the first game you look for on iPhone is the equivalent of Blackberry BrickBreaker. Break Touch 3D is that game. At $2.99, you don't need to think too much before buying this wonderful time-waster.