Don't let the name of iPhone hacker NateTrue's latest offering scare you away. Though you might think so from the name of it, "iBrickr" isn't designed to "brick" your iPhone. Instead, iBrickr is designed to provide easy-to-use, GUI-driven management of ringtones and third party applications for the iPhone.
One of the best features of the Apple iPhone is the amazing clarity and large size of it's LCD screen, particularly when compared to other mobile phones. As many have suggested, this makes the iPhone perfectly suited to reading mobile eBooks. While a few rough eBook offerings have popped up since the iPhone launched, today the first major publisher - Harper Collins - began offering eBooks on the iPhone.
The new eBooks service from Harper Collins will allow iPhone users to browse titles and read up to 10
Lots of interesting things came out of this year's recently concluded C-4 developers conference in Chicago. The winning project in C-4's "Iron Coder Live" contest was a video conferencing hack for the Apple iPhone which did something we all knew deep down could be done - brought video capture to the iPhone.
The winning contestants, Glen and Ken Aspeslagh, combined a third party application they
Not too long ago, we mentioned in an article how new iPhone social networking communities (like iRovr) were popping up in response to the big three failing to offer iPhone targeted interfaces. At least one of the trio, Facebook, was clearly hard at work on an iPhone interface at the time.
Facebook recently released an iPhone portal to the Facebook community which, to say the very least
Who would've guessed that we'd be playing Doom on an iPhone platform, which was delivered to the world locked up tight, less than 2 months from release day? Not many.
To be honest, we're not quite there. Doom isn't playable on the iPhone just yet, but it is running on it. Programmer stepwhite, who brought the first incarnation of an NES emulator to the iPhone, has returned with id Software's uber-classic Doom.
For now, there's no