Don't-Miss iPhone Stories
The Skin cover isn't the most protective or attractive of laptop bags on the market, but it does feel solid despite the light and compact design.
Laptop sleeve adds just the right amount of bling for your 15-inch MacBook Pro
LaCie’s Rikiki is a small USB-only portable hard drive for users who want the most compact and potent hard drive possible.
Sleek and stylish, the Lincoln is a practical laptop bag for everyday use.
Among steampunk fans, Steampunk Hockey will become a classic, played at steampunk conferences worldwide. For the rest of us, it will have the staying power of the air hockey table at the local arcade: really fun until the skee ball machines open up.
If you're interested in learning more about objects in space -- and the Earth's relation to them -- this is a great app to download. It's also intuitive enough for kids to easily navigate.
Bugs, wonky physics, and monotonous gameplay make this baseball-themed pinball offering for the iPhone and iPod touch as tedious as a late August doubleheader between two cellar-dwelling teams.
Rogue Planet from Gameloft is a turn based strategy game that seeks to take the crown as king of the genre for the iPhone and iPod Touch. With it’s involving story line, strategic gameplay and upcoming online play, Gameloft may have succeeded.
If you have a lot of Palm Doc files and are familiar with iSilo because you have used it on other portable platforms, the iPhone version could prove very useful. But as a general document viewer or e-book reader, it doesn't measure up to similar apps.
Touch Carrom by Zentity brings the tabletop game of carrom to the iPhone or iPod touch. Carrom is a cross between billiards and shuffleboard that has gained popularity throughout the world. Now Zentity hopes to translate the game's popularity to a new market of gamers.
If you're addicted to images displaying the suffering of others for your amusement, this free app succeeds -- even though there's an annoyance that mars the otherwise fully satisfying fail-centric fun.
If you're looking for a feature-rich note-taker for your iPhone or iPod touch, NoteMaster certainly fits the bill. But there are more elegant options available in the App Store.
This companion app to the book of the same name overs the basics of Twitter usage, while spending the most time concentrating on how to get your message across in such a limited amount of space. Some users may find the app overkill, but if you're looking to master Twitter, 140 Characters is a good place to get started.
Throw a zombie across the screen. Then, drop a cement block on some of his friends. You can shoot, throw, and yes, smash a variety of undead monsters in ZombieSmash! a new game by Gamedoctors. Full of memorable weapons, a great physics engine, and some genuinely funny moments, ZombieSmash! is a must-have app.
We compare two of the multitude of search apps on the App Store. Dragon Search's voice-driven approach makes the app a great companion to the built-in Safari browser, while ACTRocket, unfortunately, comes up a bit short.