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April 2011

iOS Apps: OverKill

by alamat (via)
In the near future the world has collapsed. You have been hired as a mercenary to fight against the enemy. Be paid for everything you kill and destroy and buy new weapons or upgrade the current ones. 12 weapons (incl. AK-47, M4, SCAR, RPG) with upgradable Scopes, Stocks, Cartridges, Barrels and Frontmouths gives you over 100 combinations! Fight through 80 waves and 4 extra Hell waves in 4 locations.

March 2011

iOS Apps: Lil’ Pirates

by alamat (via)
Avast ya scallywags! Drop anchor and prepare to be boarded. There be Lil’ Pirates in these waters! Amass your perfect crew and craft the finest ship as you set sail for adventure and plunder as the captain of your own pirate vessel. From a modest beginning you’ll transform your ship into an object of fear and envy and amass a fortune fit for a king.

February 2011

December 2010

Apple - Support - Discussions - "This ver. of iTunes (9.2.1) is the ...

by marco
Updating to iOS 4.2 requires iTunes 10.1 which, while it will run on a PowerPC system (iTunes 10 does not need an Intel-based system), requires Mac OS X 10.5 or later.

November 2010

1.0 Is the Loneliest Number

by nhoizey
Matt Mullenweg nous parle de la première release d'un projet, et des releases suivantes. "Release early, release often", comme on dit depuis longtemps sans toujours le faire...

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June 2010

The Complete Guide to Using iOS 4

by oseres
iOS 4 is here for iPhone and iPod touch. You're probably downloading right now. Here's what you need to know to get the most out of iOS 4. First off, have you actually upgraded? If not, Here's how. Here are all the new things that are in iOS 4, and how you can try them. While you're trying this, go and download the apps updated for iOS 4.

May 2010

Android now outselling iPhone

by flakki & 1 other
Smartphones carrying Google's Android operating system outsold the iPhone in the first quarter of 2010, according to new research out today from NPD.

April 2010

Thoughts on Flash

by marco
New open standards created in the mobile era, such as HTML5, will win on mobile devices (and PCs too).