To help make navigation real and tangible Nokia decided to bring Navigation to the people. This is the world's biggest, interactive installation that was powered by the public. It encouraged participation and resulted in instant laughs and gratification.
This is the story of the new 4G iPhone and how the world has got its hands on this top-secret phone. Due to the stupidity of a rookie engineer at apple, we now have been able to unearth this story that is making waves the world over. The one thing that keeps on bugging me though could this not be a deliberate move by Steve Jobs and the cool kids at apple? What better way to create hype post iPad than accidentally leaking the latest iPhone. If apple knows how to do one thing great, it is to create hype and excitement around its products.
Playing with apps on an Android phone is fun, even though I use an iPhone. Building your own apps, must be even more fun. But what about using the phone to operate a moving, talking robot? Tim Heath and Ryan Hickman have done exactly that.
Amazon.com has announced a beta version of Kindle for BlackBerry, a reader app for its Kindle ebooks that runs on quite a few BlackBerry devices. The Kindle for BlackBerry app will allow users to read Kindle ebooks, sync their bookmarks and
Well 2 hackers seem to think so. Jailbreakers Sherif Hashim and iH8sn0w are both reporting banning byApple ID. And this after their latest hacks. Fishy? Perhaps! Could Apple be attacking jailbreakers from the bottom up? Maybe?