Archive for the ‘breaking news’ Category

“I Am Rich” Video Review
“Comprehensive” video review of the “I Am Rich” iPhone application (the cracked version, that is).
David Lynch on Watching Movies on Phones
David Lynch has some strong views on watching movies on phones:
The top ten secrets of the iPhone
So, you have got a new shiny iPhone. Well, here’s a list of 10 things you might not know about it:
1. Take a screen shot of your iPhone. (…)
App Economy – Currently $360MM / year going to 1 Billion
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Steve Jobs indicated that 60 Million Apps have been downloaded during the AppStore’s first month of operation, for a total of about $30 million in sales, $10 million of which goes directly to Apple. (…)
Navigating the iPhone App Store
Browsing through the iTunes App store is a very simple and intuitive process thanks to Apple’s unparalleled taste in simplicity and aesthetics. (…)
Guy Accidentally Buys $999.99 iPhone App
This is priceless. Guy “jokingly” clicks on “buy” button when looking at the $999.99 “I Am Rich” app and gets burned. (…)
“I Am Rich” iPhone Application Pulled
How unfortunate – the $999.99 iPhone app that did nothing but exhibit your taste for conspicuous consumption was pulled from the App Store.
Via Blorge.
“I Am Rich” iPhone Application
You have to admire the balls of this particular iPhone developer. (…)
Rappers Hate the iPhone
Interesting article in Gizmodo on why rappers generally don’t like the iPhone. (…)
iPhone Firmware 2.0.1 released
iPhone Firmware has been released – hopefully this will fix some of the bugs with applications crashing.
Via iPhonews.com. (…)
iPhone News Wrapup for 7/28/08
AdMob announces global iPhone ad marketplace
Returning the iPhone after two weeks of daily use??
Copy and Paste coming to the iPhone. Sort of. (…)
Problems with iPhone applications closing abruptly
Since picking up my iPhone three days ago, I’ve been blown away by the UI and all the applications available for the phone. (…)
Eric Schmidt: iPhone Good for Google
“Schmidt said the innovation and power of the iPhone means better applications and web browsing for consumers and ultimately good news for Google. (…)