Jony Ive and his talented team of designers over at Apple have evidently spent a countless amount of time perfecting the signature beauty that every Apple device possesses. While you want to protect your iOS device from any potential harm-causing culprits, you probably simultaneously want to admire your device's svelte qualities in its natural form, which is what bumpers aim to do. Available online via the Spigen store is their Neo Hybrid Vivid Series ($31.99) line of quality bumpers seeking attention and promising a minimal, though attractive nonetheless, amount of protection for your iPhone 4 and 4S.
From the uncontrollable allure of the game to the stylish vector styled graphics, NeoDefender 2 is an all-in-all good time-killing experience. It’s intense, it’s exciting, and it involves a whole lot of shooting. With only one survival game mode, NeoDefender 2 is a simple shmup derived, asteroids-esque game from iPhone
Today Google announced on the Gmail Blog that Gmail now supports push email for the iPhone and Windows Mobile devices. The new addition is actually part of the Google Sync service which allows users to sync contacts and calendars from their Google accounts. To receive push Gmail, you'll need to set up your Google account as a Microsoft Exchange service in your iPhone's settings. More instructions are available on Google's help page. I've tried setting up my Gmail account to receive push email with no luck Google may still be in the process of rolling out the service to some accounts. Let us know in the comments if you get it working!
Well ladies and gentleman, MobileMe's push mail is now active and running. Gizmodo's Jesus Diaz has the service working with his iPhone running the iPhone 2.0 software, and is running perfectly. He is now able to get email pushed to his iPhone in real time, both over Wi-Fi and the cell network. He was even able to get it to work perfectly while using a SIM from an unsupported carrier (Vodafone Spain) while in roaming and it worked just fine. With all of this in place, it will likely be very difficult for RIM and the Blackberry to keep up, given that Push email has been one of their main selling points for quite some time.