Several articles have appeared on the web claiming that Amazon is running iPhone 5 Google ads before it has even been announced. These various sources are reporting that searches for "iPhone 5" turn up Google ads that read, "iPhone 5 at Amazon.com - Buy iPhone 5 at Amazon." I attempted several searches myself and after seeing a few Amazon ads for the iPhone 4, I did find the rumor to be true. My final search revealed an Amazon ad promising the iPhone 5 with free shipping. Clicking the link brought me to a page offering iPhone 4 and iPhone 4 accessories, but nothing relating to the iPhone 5.
ESPN's new application allows users to watch sports on the go. WatchESPN is now available to iPhone owners in the app store, and allows live access to ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPNU, as well as the Web channel ESPN3.com. Downloading the app is free, but you must be an existing cable TV customer with Time Warner Cable, Bright House Networks, or Verizon Fios for it to work. The WatchESPN App Store page promises that more TV providers will be added in the future.
According to tips from CrunchGear and TUAW, Apple may pull the iPad 2 off the shelves at Best Buy. It seems as if Best Buy created their own quota of iPads to sell and when that quota was met they would sell no more. If customers asked to purchase an
A few FaceTime users are claiming that their iPhone 4 is secretly taking pictures of them. According to some users on the Apple forums the video-conferencing platform's "creepy" glitch is snapping pictures of them without their permission. They claim the images show up on FaceTime when they try to place a video call to another user. Apple forum member kar0786 reported the problem on March 22 saying that it brought up photos of her and her boyfriend at work, even though her boyfriend never used the phone at his job.
The platforming genre on the app store has seen a major increase over the past few months with the arrival of many new, decent platformers. Newest to the table, Max and the Magic Marker [$1.99], from publishers, EA and developers, Press Play, is a unique combination of puzzle and platforming
In October of 1977 the Atari was launched and quickly entered almost every household across the country. Most children and even adults of the 80s were captivated by Pong, Frogger, Donkey Kong, Pitfall and more. Oh, to go back to the days of playing Atari while I drank Tang in
In my search for a good iPhone case, I came across the Survivor case by Griffin Technologies. This case was JUST released. Honestly, the Otterbox can’t hold a candle to this case. It is simply the most protective durable case I’ve ever seen. It’s been military tested and designed to
Along with all of the relatively recent hype about the iPhone 5 not being announced this Summer at WWDC, many rumors have been gaining existence and circulating through the vast press world about what this new phone could actually include. Instead of everyone having to skewer the web to find
Last night I saw a T-Mobile commercial. I’ve seen it before but was perplexed as to why T-Mobile is still running commercials that pin them against AT&T? Since AT&T has now begun the process to acquire T-Mobile, wouldn’t it make sense that those types of commercials would stop? Maybe I’m
Police in Chula Vista, California stated 3 people smashed a window to gain entrance to the Apple store in the Otay Ranch Town Center early this morning. An armed security guard shot one of the intruders in the head while the other two fled the scene. The shot man was