Posts Tagged “ipod-touch”
by on June 2, 2009
It arrived shortly after midnight on Tuesday, the same day as the release of the desktop version, and I was all over it. “Pumped” would probably be the best way to describe me at 12:45 a.m.
by on May 27, 2009
Your first question might be, “Isn’t Zune dead already?” Or you might be wondering, “Why does Microsoft bother ?” You might even be asking why there’s a report about Zune on TheAppleBlog. Well, first the news.
by on May 12, 2009
In this installment of the App Store Roundtable, I talked to a few developers about issues with supporting their apps after a sale has been made. Many developers are concerned at the difficulty of providing any form of after sales support to customers. Minor problems with an app often lead to a bad review and a dissatisfied customer, when a better support system could have quickly resolved the issue.
by on May 4, 2009
App Quick Stats World Cup Ping Pong $1.99 iTunes Link All of the thrills, adrenaline and drama of ping pong arrives on the iPhone, courtesy of Skyworks. I’ve tried many sports — rugby, basketball, hockey, even lacrosse — and discovered that physical exertion is not my bag