Apple Moves on Native iPhone Navigation App

Yesterday we told you about a new Apple patent for a native social application called iGroups. Today, brings word of Apple’s move to bring native support to a strong application market; turn-by-turn navigation. An article in Patently Apple describes Cupertino’s plans for this as yet unnamed native navigation app. While the app described is said to focus on alleviating the … Read More

Erin PetersonApple Moves on Native iPhone Navigation App

2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa coming to iPhone on April 30th!

2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa iPhone During GDC 2010 EA Mobile announced their upcoming sports game 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa for iPhone and today they confirmed its release date. 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa for iPhone will be available on April 30th. Game Description Everyone can play in the 2010 FIFA WORLD CUP. The biggest sporting … Read More

Ravin Mohindru2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa coming to iPhone on April 30th!

iGroups for iPhone: Apple Makes It’s Social Move [New Patent]

Apple Makes It’s Social Move Social applications and games are the current darling of the tech industry. Whether it’s Foursquare, GoWalla, or Latitude; it seems social applications and games are always in the news. Apple, with its commanding lead in the mobile space, has been noticeably absent from this market. According to an article in Patently Apple today, that is … Read More

Erin PetersoniGroups for iPhone: Apple Makes It’s Social Move [New Patent]

Movies projected from your iPhone? Apple seems to be moving that way

There have been a lot of pico-projector developments in the last couple of years. Several firms have produced developer versions of matchbox sized, or even smaller, projectors in full colour. Most notably a company called Microvison, although Japanese firms I have worked with already have smaller and better versions of this hardware up and running. Patents Apple filed back in … Read More

Stephen NorthcottMovies projected from your iPhone? Apple seems to be moving that way

Blackberry users would rather choose the iPhone as their next phone [Study]

A study was released this week by Crowd Science that showed nearly 40% of Blackberry users would quite happily switch and move over to Apple’s iPhone. Crowd Science also reported that, Asked specifically if they’d swap their present phone for Google’s new Android-based Nexus One, 32% of Blackberry users said “yes,” compared with just 9% of iPhone users. This figure … Read More

Jane JonesBlackberry users would rather choose the iPhone as their next phone [Study]

Apple and Google about to have a public fall out?

Apple were recently in the news for filing a lawsuit against the manufacturer HTC and now it looks like Google and Apple could soon be in a heated debate. Google and Apple have worked very well together in the past, they brought together Google maps for the iPhone. When Apple sued HTC they were also taking a swipe at Google, … Read More

Jane JonesApple and Google about to have a public fall out?

Top Apple News Stories: Apple v HTC, Macintosh Developer License, iPad Launch and More

It’s been a busy week for Apple… Apple shares hit another high today at the end of a week where the computer company (which is now predominantly by it’s own COO’s admission a mobile device company) launched it’s first thinly veiled attack on it’s old bedfellow Google, dropped the entry price for developers to it’s desktop developer license, officially announced … Read More

Ravin MohindruTop Apple News Stories: Apple v HTC, Macintosh Developer License, iPad Launch and More

Graphic Remedy to exhibit preview of gDEBugger iPhone on-device debugging and profiling at this year’s GDC

I have been lucky enough to have been using gDEBugger for iPhone and iPod Development work for over a year now. It is an indispensable tool for profiling iPhone OpenGL ES applications on the iPhone Simulator. Whilst the present retail version does not give real world performance metrics it is still an invaluable tool for monitoring resource usage, redundant calls, … Read More

Ravin MohindruGraphic Remedy to exhibit preview of gDEBugger iPhone on-device debugging and profiling at this year’s GDC

Spore Creatures for iPhone Evolves As Great Simulation Game

Spore Creatures Rating: EA Mobile has proved to be one of the most successful ‘established’ game publishers in the App Store and as they continue to launch their popular titles for the iPhone platform they are giving hardcore EA fans another reason to buy the revolutionary touch screen mobile device. EA Mobile has played an important part in setting a new standard … Read More

Ravin MohindruSpore Creatures for iPhone Evolves As Great Simulation Game

Mobile Operators Announce App Store To Compete With Apple

A consortium of mobile operators, including Verizon Wireless, AT&T, NTT DoCoMo, Deutsche Telekom, China Mobile and Vodafone, have announced an agreement to create a unified mobile application store. This is of course a direct attempt by the providers to muscle away some of the power Apple now exerts on the mobile market and place it back in the hands of … Read More

Ravin MohindruMobile Operators Announce App Store To Compete With Apple

The iPad Gold Rush | Development On Rise

New products always elicit excitement and aggregate buzz around them. The iPad has been a perfect example of this truth. We’ve documented the build up to, and aftermath of, the iPad announcement in many articles. Now new information has come out providing further empirical evidence of the excitement the iPad has caused. Flurry is a San Francisco-based analytics company that … Read More

Ravin MohindruThe iPad Gold Rush | Development On Rise

Is Flash On The Way Out? More Evidence

Flash or Flame Out? It may have seemed like a typically hyperbolic Steve Jobs when he labelled Adobe “lazy” during an internal Apple town hall meeting. Yet, as people start to question whether Flash’s time has passed, more evidence mounts that Mr. Jobs may not have been suffering from a fit of pique after all. Case in point: a nasty … Read More

Ravin MohindruIs Flash On The Way Out? More Evidence

How to create an iPhone app using Flash CS5 (Video Tutorial)

We might not ever see Flash on iPhone or iPad however if you have find developing Adobe Air apps easier than creating iPhone apps then just follow the video tutorial to use Flash CS5 for your next iPhone development project.

Ravin MohindruHow to create an iPhone app using Flash CS5 (Video Tutorial)

iPhone/iPod touch Software Version 3.1.3 Now Available

iPhone OS 3.1.3 and iPhone OS 3.1.3 for iPod touch software update details CoreAudio Impact: Playing a maliciously crafted mp4 audio file may lead to an unexpected application termination or arbitrary code execution Description: A buffer overflow exists in the handling of mp4 audio files. Playing a maliciously crafted mp4 audio file may lead to an unexpected application termination or … Read More

Ravin MohindruiPhone/iPod touch Software Version 3.1.3 Now Available

Steve Jobs: ‘No one will be using Flash’

Yesterday we published an article where we highlighted the growing adoption of HTML5 and how Flash might just be a forgotten technology soon. According to Wired after the iPad announcement Steve Jobs made himself available to employees who could ask him any question. When Jobs was questioned about his views on Adobe he said: About Adobe: They are lazy, Jobs … Read More

Ravin MohindruSteve Jobs: ‘No one will be using Flash’