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The best apps, software, and downloads including iOS, Android, Google Maps, Waze, CarPlay, and more.

Microsoft Reels in Adobe Reader and Flash Lite for Mobiles

March 17th, 2008

While El Jobso is busy complaining that currently available Flash Mobile Player solutions aren’t up to snuff, Microsoft is wheeling and dealing. Adobe has announced today that the west-coast giant officially licensed its Flash Lite and Reader LE solutions for implementation on the Windows Mobile OS. Reader LE support will of course provide OEM PDF …

ShoZu Introduces Desktop Beta

March 14th, 2008

ShoZu, creator of the extremely popular smartphone application bearing its name, has just announced a public beta of a new desktop application. For those who have not sampled the ShoZu mobile application / service before, it essentially provides users with a single portal through with media can be uploaded to a variety of sharing sites. …

SDK Limitations? Pfft, iPhone 2.0 Firmware is Already Toast

March 12th, 2008

Who says you can’t have your cake and eat it too? Whoever he is, he obviously hasn’t met the iPhone Dev Team. No firmware is safe around these guys, and 2.0 is no exception. Apple recently issued development copies of their current 2.0 build to a select handful of testers and the Dev Team managed …

iPhone SDK Honeymoon Over – No Background Processes?!

March 8th, 2008

Don’t get us wrong, we’re still huge fans of the way that Apple handled the iPhone SDK. For the most part, Apple really took the time to analyze existing platforms and the manner in which surrounding development is handled. They improved upon many areas, created a phenomenal system and incentivized developers tremendously. Now that the …

Microsoft Developing New OS for Academia

March 6th, 2008

Microsoft Research, a division of the infamous Washingtonian software giant, has just unveiled a prototype of a brand new Operating System built from the ground up. Don’t get your panties in a bunch just yet though; this new OS has nothing to do with Windows, Microsoft’s core commercial OS line. Singularity, as it has been … Client for S60 in the Works; Beta Available Now!

March 1st, 2008

S60 3rd Edition users have been clamoring for a portal into the vast musical experience that is, well, since the release of S60 3rd Edition. Windows Mobile devices have a client, iPhone users have the amazing MobileScrobbler application and now S60 users get get their first taste of functionality thanks to aspyplayer. …

iPhone 1.1.4 firmware released

February 26th, 2008

We’re goin’ full steam ahead and installing this bad boy! Ok, it looks like there is nothing new as far as the eye can tell…Let’s hope Apple has one more trick up it’s sleeve today. Apps in iTunes this evening? Please. UPDATE: Well, well, well. It looks like ZiPhone actually manages to jailbreak 1.1.4! Get …

snes4iphone Released to Public

February 23rd, 2008

In case you’ve forgotten, ZodTTD is the same group that brought NES and Playstation emulation to the iPhone / iPod Touch. With snes4iphone they’ve tackled, well yeah, SNES. Looking back from Xbox 360 and Playstation 3, it’s easy to forget how great Super Nintendo was. Star Fox, Super Smash Bros, Tecmo Super Bowl, Bebe’s Kids… … Turns Your iPhone into a…Touchpad

February 21st, 2008

Touchpad became one of our favorite iPhone / iPod Touch applications even before we installed it. Developer Jahanzeb Sherwani has created a simple app that allows you to use your jailbroken iPhone or iPod Touch as a wireless touchpad for your PC. Badass. It’s based on VNSea, the popular iPhone / iPod Touch VNC client …

doubleTwist Releases Freeware iTunes DRM Killer

February 21st, 2008

Ok, doubeTwist didn’t really crack iTunes DRM. What they did do is create a free little application that essentially mimics the good old "burn n’ rip" technique, but handles the entire process locally. That’s right, the days of wasting another blank CD every time you buy music from iTunes are over. In a nutshell, doubleTwist …