Never ever have I fancied the commonly found tower defense genre. It just seems too boring – all you do is buy stuff and watch that stuff kill your enemies. You don’t get to control anything, you just sit and wait. That is the case in Guns’n’Glory you control a
Last week, references to Broadcom's BMC4329 [PDF] wireless chip were found in the iPhone 3.0 beta seeded to developers. After some digging around, 9to5 Mac has discovered that the new chip has the ability receive information over FM radio frequencies, but can potentially be used to send them as well. One possible use for this could be broadcasting music into a car stereo without the need for an external adapter. It could also be used to receive FM broadcasts on the iPhone.
iPhone Atlas claims to have word from an unnamed user in possession of the unreleased iPhone firmware 2.0 that the new software will have support for both FM radio and FOTA (firmware over the air). We don't know the validity of their information, but if true it could mean that the iPhone and iPod touch will be capable of using Apple's iPod Radio Remote, which contains an FM radio tuner.