Archive for September, 2011
What’s that you say? You need the tallest iPad dock to showcase your device? Well you’re in luck!
Jean Michel Jarre has created the world’s tallest iOS device (iPod, iPhone, iPad) dock that stands at 11 feet tall and costs about $565,000.
The system features 10,000 watts of power and can be connected to other devices via USB and the headphone jack.
The dock also has its own stereo system with five … Read More
One of the best selling games of iPhone and possibly the only true competitor to Angry Birds in terms of App Store sales and addictive gameplay, Doodle Jump has just made it to the bigger screen of iPad for an even better jumping experience. The gameplay is similar to the iPhone version with support for iPad’s accelerometer / gyroscopic controls allowing you to simply move the iPad in order to … Read More
If you’ve been in the hunt for strong, durable, and well-made iPad cases, definitely take a look at offerings from OtterBox. This company makes some of the sturdiest and rock-solid cases around, especially for the iPad. We’ve reviewed their Defender/Commuter Series for iPad here.
How To Save 10% Off … Read More
iOS 5 beta 7 is out and most of us beta testers have already updated to the latest build. Once again, Dev-Team has been quick enough to release Redsn0w 0.9.8 b7b which can jailbreak iOS 5 beta 7 tethered on iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPod touch 3G / 3G and iPad. iPhone 3GS users with older bootrom get to enjoy an untethered jailbreak on iOS 5 beta 7 like always. If you own … Read More
It appears that Foxconn has already had some pretty huge profits this year totaling a whopping NT$27.39 billion in the first half alone, thanks to the tremendous sales of Apple’s iPhone 4 and iPad 2. For those who aren’t aware, Foxconn Technology Group is a large contract manufacturer for many European and American companies including Apple for whom it manufactures iPhone as well as the iPad. The manufacturing giant is headquartered in Taiwan … Read More
iSwifter, the Flash-for-iPad service that streams social games, has announced that iSwifter 4.1 will offer support for Google+ Games, on top of their existing Facebook Games support.
This is fantastic news for gamers that want to play Flash-based games on their iPad, but were unable to officially get around the iOS restrictions.
With the iSwifter update, this gives gamers access to a large library of Flash-based social games from Google+, such … Read More
As promised, today Bungie Aerospace, a publishing division of Bungie games, released Crimson: Steam Pirates for the iPad.
Crimson: Steam Pirates, developed by Harebrained Schemes, is a turn-based strategy game set in a steampunk universe.
The game includes eight campaign “voyages” set in a swashbuckling Steampunk universe hatched from the mind of Jordan Weisman, founder of Harebrained Schemes and creator of the Battletech, MechWarrior, Crimson Skies, and Shadowrun universes.
The game is available … Read More