When I first got my iPod Touch 2G a little bit over 2 years ago, I remember the wonders of the app store were the two astonishing, Payback and Car Jack Streets. They were so amazing given that the iDevices were still relatively new at that point, and those two
Those of you interested in developing apps of your own may find this interesting. Bing Gordon, frontman for the $100M iFund investment initiative from KPCB, started a blog a while back to share his thoughts and ideas surrounding the iFund and app development. Earlier today he wrote another post with advice to people looking to get into the developing game.
It was long suspected that the iPhone's App Store would become a game changing platform that would be profitable for those who managed to hop on board with it's success, something investment firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers did when they created their $100 million dollar iFund fund for investment specifically in that industry. Today, in an attempt to "share (and hear) perspectives around the iPhone and emerging open mobile ecosystem", they have launched their own blog.
In a disappointing turn of events, Mike Lee, founder and former CEO of the prominent iPhone app developing company Tapulous, the folks responsible for the popular apps Tap Tap Revenge, Twinkle, and Friendbook, announced on his blog that he has been asked to resign from the company he helped to create. The news leaves us wondering how and why, and what it means for the future.