According to a tweet by Omni developer Greg Titus, there are 552 total iPhone applications available this morning. 21 per page, 26 full pages, + 6 more on the last page.
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Intua's BeatMaker (US$20, iTunes) bills itself as a "mobile music creation studio" for the iPhone and iPod touch. It's a revolutionary application that allows you to easily create and edit beats and loops in the palm of your hand.
Mike Lee, founder of Tapulous and developer of Twinkle was fired recently after a disagreement with management. According to Daring Fireball he was forced out.
No self-respecting Mac user can forget Stuffit and Stuffit Deluxe, the venerable compression/decompression utility that turns 20 this year. I still hear a friend sarcastiscly saying "with Expander Enhancer!
Apple just released a Migration and DVD/CD Sharing Update (kbase article: HT3174) for all users via Software Update. The download includes Remote Install Mac OS X v.
Got coal in your stocking? Not happy with your festive sweater or that beautiful tie that you've always wanted?
Excellent news for bloggers came a few weeks ago when WordPress announced that they're developing a client application for the iPhone.WordPress posted a note on their blog yesterday stating that they’ve successfully uploaded the application to the iTunes Store, and that it's in a status of "In Review" which means that Apple is conducting their testing procedures.
To all you naughty jailbreakers out there: PwnageTool 2.0.
Apple posted the following note today on their iPhone developer Web site:We have decided to drop the non-disclosure agreement (NDA) for released iPhone software.We put the NDA in place because the iPhone OS includes many Apple inventions and innovations that we would like to protect, so that others don’t steal our work.
Apple and CBS are the targets of a trademark infringement suit being brought by Man & Machines over the use of the name “Mighty Mouse."The company claims that it began selling waterproof and chemical-resistant computer mice (pictured at right) under the Mighty Mouse brand name in 2004.