I have got to admit that this is one of the sleekest “keyboard cases,” a case that features a built-in keyboard that connects to the tablet via Bluetooth, announced for the iPad 2 yet. However, where the Crux Loaded by CruxCase really scores extra points is for the inclusion of
You'll never guess which two App Store developers have engaged in a legal battle over trademark rights to App Store content. A lawyer representing Pull My Finger developer Air-O-Matic has demanded $50,000 from InfoMedia for using the phrase "pull my finger" in reference to their infamous chart-topping fart machine app, iFart Mobile. InfoMedia, not to be out-stunk, has responded by asking a court to rule in their favor.
You may remember when the iPhone application called "Pull My Finger" was banned from the App Store because of having "limited utility." Today, the application became available to the masses [iTunes Link], but why did Apple change its mind?