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Banking Scam App: Android Market Approved (Not On iPhone App Store)

Monday, January 11, 2010
By OP Editor

To those who complain about Apple's successful iPhone App Store, claiming that the approval process is "restricted," take note. The Android Market has so much "freedom" that the Android app store approved a fraudulent banking application, made by scammers designed to steal user's financial information. Full Story »

Banking Scam App: Android Market Approved (Not On iPhone App Store)

CES 2010 Knowledge Track Mobile Session: Business Must Have An iPhone App

Monday, January 11, 2010
By OP Editor

Having an iPhone app is as important as having a web site. That's the message from this year's international Consumer Electronics Show (CES) panel discussion of Apple iPhone apps and what it teaches the industry. Full Story »

CES 2010 Knowledge Track Mobile Session: Business Must Have An iPhone App

iPhone Wins Smartphone Touchscreen Performance Test: Better than Nexus One, Droid

Sunday, January 10, 2010
By OP Editor

Performance of a vital component of the touchscreen smartphone is put to the test by MOTO Development Group, a firm with almost two decades of industry experience. Verdict? Apple iPhone has the superior touchscreen, better than latest Android phones tested: HTC Nexus One (branded as the Google phone), Motorola Droid, and Droid Etis. Full Story »

iPhone Wins Smartphone Touchscreen Performance Test: Better than Nexus One, Droid

Video: Celebrate New Years! Play “Auld Lang Syne” With iPhone App!

Sunday, December 27, 2009
By OP Editor

Auld Lang Syne is a song often performed to celebrate special occasions such as start of the New Year. Want to play it on your iPhone or iPod touch? Yes, there's an app for that. Not only is Chrimbell an easy and fun musical app to pick up, it's also free! Full Story »

Video: Celebrate New Years! Play “Auld Lang Syne” With iPhone App!

Comical “I’m On A Phone” Video Parody Wins Smule iPhone Auto-Tune App Contest

Thursday, December 24, 2009
By OP Editor

This outrageous video is the winner of a $5,000 contest to make the best parody of "I'm On A Boat" featuring T-Pain and his auto-tune voice. The contest is held by Smule (maker of Ocarina) to promote their I Am T-Pain iPhone App, which makes T-Pain's famous Auto-Tune vocal processing accessible to iPhone users. Full Story »

Comical “I’m On A Phone” Video Parody Wins Smule iPhone Auto-Tune App Contest

Dude, Where’s My Car? Augmented Reality iPhone App Can Help Find Your Car

Wednesday, December 23, 2009
By OP Editor

If visual memory isn't your forte, there is an App for that. Often say: "Dude, where's my car?" Often drive and park at unfamiliar places, such as large concerts or fairs? Then you might need Car Finder, an iPhone app that helps its owners find their vehicle by using gps, compass, and augmented reality. Full Story »

Dude, Where’s My Car? Augmented Reality iPhone App Can Help Find Your Car

Humor: World’s Most Expensive Christmas Card Made With iPhone

Friday, December 18, 2009
By OP Editor

Here is a funny promotion of a Christmas app available in the iTunes App Store. It is a video DIY (do it yourself) instructions for making a Christmas Card that incorporates an Apple iPhone or iPod touch, with the claim that it's the most expensive christmas card in the world. Full Story »

Humor: World’s Most Expensive Christmas Card Made With iPhone

iPhone: Japan’s Best Selling Smartphone of 2009, 46% Market Share

Friday, December 18, 2009
By OP Editor

After about one-year after entering the Japanese market, iPhone become the most popular smartphone there. Impress R&D reported that Apple's phone has established a 46% smartphone market share in 2009. Quite an impressive feat for Apple, considering even Wall Street Journal and Wired have prematurely called for iPhone's "failure" in Japan. Full Story »

iPhone: Japan’s Best Selling Smartphone of 2009, 46% Market Share

Yann Tiersen (Amélie Soundtrack Composer, Musician) Plays Piano Using 6 iPhones

Tuesday, December 15, 2009
By OP Editor

Video of Yann Tiersen playing the memorable theme song "Comptine D'un Autre Été: L'après Midi" from the hit French movie Amelie. Bonus: Tiersen is a long term Mac user. Full Story »

Yann Tiersen (Amélie Soundtrack Composer, Musician) Plays Piano Using 6 iPhones

Female MIT Professor Heads Development of Killer iPhone App For Flying Military UAV / Drones

Tuesday, December 8, 2009
By OP Editor

Apple's iPhone is girly... That's what Verizon's failed Droid ad advertised (plus something about the Verizon Droid cutting phallic objects and being a homicidal robot). But wait, here is a girl who can beat up all the nerds Verizon is targeting with their latest vzw-iPhone-wannabe. Sorry Verizon, girls are not clueless. Full Story »

Female MIT Professor Heads Development of Killer iPhone App For Flying Military UAV / Drones
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