When you think of the White House, you think top security, intelligence, secrecy and Technology. In my mind, I picture the oval office like a sophisticated Starship Enterprise. Drop down screens, high tech video conferencing, voice recognition software, basically, all the things that are possible but extremely costly to implement.
For me, the iPhone is the best platform for 2D golf games. It just feels natural, almost as if the arcade genre was made specially for the device. Among the few that aren’t as realistic as you’d say something like Tiger Woods PGA Tour© 12 or any other full-fledged, 3D
Watch this video from Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. who claims the iPad is "probably responsible for eliminating thousands of American jobs." Jackson blames the iPad for Borders going out of business, because everyone can download books, magazines and newspapers now, and he's upset that Chicago State University is using tablets devices instead of textbooks. The representative also points out that iPads are manufactured in China, which he says allows the Chinese to take advantage of our first amendment right, the freedom of speech.
Verizon has added both the 16 GB and 32 GB white iPhone 4 models to their internal inventory database, making it look like the late April launch rumors are true. The listing doesn't say "white iPhone," but 9to5mac reports that the numbering system confirms that the listed models are indeed the white versions.
Looks like those Best Buy hoarding rumors were true. An internal memo published by Engadget shows that Best Buy plans to launch a nationwide iPad 2 promotion this Sunday, April 17, and Business Insider confirmed the report by publishing the sales ad mentioned in the memo. According to the document published by Engadget, most stores will have a "minimum of three slates each," and "existing reserve order fulfillment is still priority," so if you don't have a ticket, you may want to line up early. Previous rumors accused the retail chain of refusing to sell iPad 2's to customers even if they had them in stock.
Save for the fact that these birds don’t fly, they truly are the high-fliers of the app store, having accomplished more than any other application or developer could ever dream of. At the top of the charts, four flightless birds reign over the app store. It seems birds, well the
An angry parent is suing Apple over free iOS games that allow in-app purchases. Garen Meguerian of Phoenixville, Penn says the games allow children to buy Game Currency without a parent's knowledge. According to the suit Meguerian allowed his youngest daughter to download a number of free games from the App Store, but alleges he had no idea that she could use his credit card to purchase virtual currency while playing them. The 9-year-old managed to spend $200 on "Zombie Cafe," "Treasure Story" and "City Story" before her father noticed.
The cable network History released an app for history buffs that transports iPad owners back to the Civil War. The Civil War Today marks the 150th anniversary of one of the most important events in U.S. history with games, photos, and daily reports about the war. The updates start with the April 12, 1861 attack on Fort Sumter and continue for four years mirroring the events of 150 years ago as if it were happening today. App owners can further follow the carnage in real-time with diary entries, newspaper clips, and running tallies of the North and South casualty counts.
You may be an iPhone newbie using the device only for calling and other typical things that you could do with any other phones, which would mean you’re probably not reading his article. Or, on the other hand, you could be an iPhone junkie, partaking in online discussions about cool
Your head is probably spinning from all the rumors claiming that Apple plans to delay the launch of the iPhone 5 until 2012, but yet another source has come out in support of the popular theory. According to sources at the Taiwan-based touch panel makers, Apple has not yet released a roadmap for the iPhone 5, and shipment volumes for the iPhone 4 are increasing. Meaning key suppliers have not been asked to stop production on the older model to start prepping for the next-generation device. Suppliers normally receive some kind of timetable letting them know when the change is scheduled to take place, and Apples lack of a roadmap suggests that a later release date for the iPhone 5 is probably true. This supports the analysis report released by Avian Securities who said that they believe the launch will "likely be a 2010 event."