No longer will tablet gamers be confined to the capabilities of (increasingly improved) mobile hardware for games. OnLive is finally going to bring its on demand cloud gaming service to tablets in a playable form. A concept/demonstration OnLive Viewer app has been available on the iPad for months, but it’s
Continuing in iPhone Alley’s weekly dose of humor, HTC provides this week’s bit of true, dare I say, stupidity. As the tablet world is quite a few miles away from the clumsy aberrance that is the “stylus,” HTC will have no trouble selling you one with a… smirk (and perhaps
Rend Collective Experiment, a band out of Ireland, has posted a video of a song made completely using only iPhones as their instruments. The four minute video features four guys using five iPhones for each of their instruments (the singer's microphone is the fifth iPhone). At one point, you can even see one of the musicians close one app and open a second one for a new "instrument." In all, the band used nine different apps to pull it off. It honestly looks more difficult than using real instruments.
The wonderful folks at Smule have recently released their latest application called Ocarina. Touted as the first real instrument created for the iPhone, Ocarina transforms your iPhone into an ancient wind instrument that you can actually play. Consisting of four dots which can be played in any combination you choose, the app is capable of handling quite a few tunes thanks to its ability to change both its root and mode. Ocarina even includes a Zeldarian mode so you can relive your favorite N64 game. Video after the break!