Mere moments ago, I received a press email from Firemint (Flight Control/$0.99, Real Racing/$4.99 and Real Racing 2/$6.99) which parted with very few details of their newest game coming to iOS, Agent Squeek. Though few details were given out apart from the actual name, some cute artwork shown on the
As if the hype around the Pre weren't already enough, the iPhone may be losing part of their competitive edge to the Palm device in an area that
no few other smartphones no MP3 players have: iTunes. It was briefly mentioned by a Palm rep at CES earlier this year that the device will be the the first non-Apple smartphone that will be able to sync with iTunes.
Venturebeat claims to have word from an unnamed source within Google's Android development team that Apple asked them not to include multitouch technology in their mobile OS, which Google agreed to. The source claims that Google didn't want to strain their relationship with Apple, especially given the hints of a legal smack-down between Apple and Palm.
We all love the iPhone 3G, and Apple's ads do a great job demonstrating all it's wondrous glory to the ignorant masses, but it's still not perfect. Now an internal document from US carrier Verizon Wireless shows that they are preparing to launch a new anti-iPhone campaign that hits the iPhone where it's weakest-- AT&T.