Mad Skills Motocross made it’s appearance in the app store just yesterday. Though this is the first time it’s being seen on the iDevice market, the game has a previous endeavor for Mac and PC being one of the best of it’s types. Even now, this much awaited port is
iSlayer, the guys that made the iStat Pro desktop widget for the Mac, is working on an iPhone version. The widget shows you everything you need to know about what your computer is doing, including network speeds, CPU and RAM usage, fan speeds and internal heat readings. iStat for your iPhone lets you check those things when you're not by your computer.
Apple released iPhone Configuration Utility 1.0.1 for Mac OS X today. For those who aren't familiar, the iPhone Configuration Utility allows IT personnel to “create, maintain, and sign configuration profiles, and track and install provisioning profiles and authorized applications”, letting one person manage several iPhone 3Gs for business users. The new version is available at Apple.com.
As you might remember, Sybase announced some time ago that they were working on porting their Information Anywhere Suite for letting IT organizations manage enterprise email to be iPhone compatible. They announced in April of this year that the iPhone was now supported by their iAnywhere suite, bringing Lotus Domino and Microsoft Exchange enterprise email to iPhone users. Now they are adding the iPhone 3G to that list as well.