Released yesterday on the App Store, is Dream Track Nation, a somewhat casual side-scrolling racing game for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. Through it’s multiple game modes, it’s clearly not something to miss for only a buck, but also clearly has room for improvement. I downloaded DTN yesterday hoping
Chillingo has made a large name for themselves over the past few years, since the introduction of the App Store, and that title is very well deserved. The quality of the applications that they publish is flawless, and all have been very well received by the App Store audience. Tonight,
In a piece on AT&T's new CEO Randall Stephenson, the Wall Street Journal confirms that AT&T's exclusive iPhone deal will expire next year. The CEO is currently in discussions with Apple to extend the deal to 2011, although Apple refused to comment. In the second half of 2008, AT&T gained 4.3 million iPhone customers, with 40% of those being new to AT&T. If Apple chooses to discontinue exclusivity with AT&T, T-Mobile is the only compatible GSM carrier in the US. Hardware modifications would need to be done in order to get the iPhone operating on other carriers such as Verizon or Sprint.