5th Cell, the developer behind iOS hit Scribblenauts Remix, is today releasing its next big game. It may even be out by the time you read this. It’s called Run Roo Run, and it’s a bold concept for a puzzle platformer that auto-downloads new levels weekly.
Archives for January 2012
Rumor has it that Foxconn, one of the China-based manufacturers is assembling the new iPad 3 and that it will begin shipping in roughly a month and a half. With huge demand for Apple’s iDevices around the world, it seems that only China can accomodate this massive scale and deliver iPad after iPad to the […]
The market for smartphone and tablet cases is a very lucrative one. Smartphones and tablets are an investment, more than an impulse buy because they are pricey so owners of tablets and smartphones will try to protect their gadgets from daily abuse and those near catastrophic accidents that would render them into little more than […]
I love discovering awesome apps that I haven’t seen or heard anybody else talking about. Here’s a delightful gem that’s part game, part “experience,” and all fun. It’s perfect for kids and adults alike, and I guarantee it’s like nothing else on your iPad.
The Consumer Electronics Show is underway in Las Vegas, and everyone there is trying so hard to be Apple, it’s kinda hilarious. But they all lack one thing that Apple has had since its very beginning.
The new year is off to a slow start in the App Store, but here are a few choice apps you might like.
What do you do if you’re Apple and you want to sell your products in an area that won’t sustain a full-fledged Apple Store of its own? You embed a miniature version of your store in a popular department store chain.
We’ve discussed the many virtues of the iPhone at length in so many articles. It’s a phone that can do practically anything. Now you can add “life saving device” to that list of features. A Frederick, Maryland man was recently rescued after being lost in the woods with the help of his trusty iPhone. Christopher […]
A company called In Icons made headlines this week by announcing their freakishly-realistic Steve Jobs figurine/doll, which is set to go on sale in February. Is this a loving tribute to a man who changed the world? Or a dishonorable product that preys on the public’s fascination with the recently-deceased?
EDIT: It looks like my post on NTFS + FAT32 has taken fire. All I wanted to point out was that it isn’t as easy to get NTFS working out of the box and the solution isn’t apparent to non-Macheads. There are both paid and free solutions to get this done. That is all I […]