Don't-Miss iPods Stories
Hello is a brand new messaging app that seeks to overtake SMS in favor of a more robust, accessible IM experience.
A new feature in iTunes Connect allows developers to specify in advance a time period when they would like to offer their applications at discounted prices.
Over the weekend, developer Simplify Media removed Simplify, Simplify Music, and Simplify Photo from the App Store, promising to take the technology that allows users to access media remotely in a "new direction."
TomTom's iPhone app now offers support for traffic updates as an optional service for a fee. There's also support for Google Local Search and a bunch of other new features.
Birdfeed, the "very nice twitter client for your iPhone and iPod Touch," has been purchased and replaced with Brizzly by Thing Labs.
At the Game Developers Conference, Ngmoco previewed two upcoming releases for the iPhone and iPod touch. We Rule and Godfinger both put you in the shoes of a usually benevolent ruler -- as a monarch in the case of the former, or as god in the case of the latter.
TeamViewer Pro is a $100 app that lets IT support staff remotely control PCs and Macs from an iPhone or iPod touch. There's also a free version available for controlling your personal computer or helping family and friends with troubleshooting.
The seminal arcade fighting game is now available for the iPhone and iPod touch as a $10 download. Chris Holt talks to Capcom's Takeshi Tezuka about bringing the game to the iPhone platform.
Apple's campaign to get tough on iPhone applications is reportedly continuing with a new target: template-based iPhone applications.
Apple has topped Fortune's list of the most admired companies for the third year in a row, but Google is nipping at its heels.
Cnet reports that Apple has been pitching the idea to provide cloud storage for music and movies for a future iteration of iTunes.
Greenpeace hit out at Samsung on Wednesday for reneging on promises to remove harmful substances from its electronics products.
What are you going to do if the world is suddenly overrun with zombies? Your trusty iPhone can help you--there are tons of apps that could save your life in the event of a zombie attack.
ZombieSmash, developed by Game Doctors, lets you dispatch the zombie hordes with unrivaled variety and power. Due out later in March and priced at $2, this funny and quirky zombie app looks like a title to watch.
Due to the popularity of zombie applications on the iPhone and iPod Touch platforms, we’ve decided to dedicate an entire week to the undead.