The Blackberry is undoubtedly still winning among most businesses. Apart from its reliable hardware and steadily built name, the Blackberry boasts a various amount of features that appeal to the likes of companies. However, Apple’s taking their first step to compete; coming soon is the volume purchasing program for businesses
I don’t usually post about freebies, but today, I just felt I had to. With such great titles (in my opinion) available totally free, you can’t miss them. Check them out below: Boom Boat (Video) Boom Boat takes Angry Birds to a whole new level: under the sea. The physics-based
For fellow lovers of Twitter: whether they’re free or premium, there are tons of Twitter utilities built for iOS, though only a few are worthy of your purchase. In this post I’ll highlight the best ones and give you a short rundown on each. I’ve spent a painstaking amount of
Everyone loves free things, don’t they? That’s why many times people will resort to piracy and such things on the web, which you all hopefully know is illegal – yes folks, you can’t just go out and get paid things for free and expect what you’re doing to be legal!
Just like last year when Apple gave away a $10,000 iTunes giftcard to the person who downloaded the 10 billionth song, they are doing it this year too. With a little twist, this time its going out to the app-buyer rather than the music-buyer. The app store is amazingly huge,
Stanford University has recently begun offering a free iPhone app development course via iTunes U. The 10-week course is hosted by Apple engineers who walk students through every aspect of iPhone app development. We've taken a look at the first lecture and really enjoyed it. You'll need to already know Objective-C to actually dive in and start writing apps with this course, but it's great to check out even if you're just curios.
With all of the buzz around developing for the iPhone, it's understandable that those preparing to enter the software development industry will want to prepare for developing on the new platform. Stanford seem to be trying to meet the demand. TUAW discovered that they're offering an entire computer science course starting this fall devoted solely to programming on the iPhone platform. Given that Apple has yet to lift the NDA for app development, we're not sure how they're going to pull it off.