Dec 30

crysis_on_iphone-250x140Six days ago we saw a demo about the Unreal 3 engine running on an iPhone, but Steve Perlman, CEO of the OnLive service, has shown a demo of the popular game Crysis running on an iPhone. This game requires high-end computers to run properly, so how can the game be working as smooth as possible on an iPhone? OnLive managed to get this game to work on the iPhone by using the gameservers of OnLive. » Demo Of Crysis On iPhone

Dec 29

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MobileCrunch reports on data from mobile analytics firm Flurry showing very strong App Store download performance coming from iPod touch devices, suggesting a strong holiday season for Apple’s premier iPod line. On Christmas Day, Flurry’s data saw download volume from iPod touches increase nearly 1,000% from pre-Christmas levels, spiking well above comparable iPhone downloads, which typically lead iPod touch sales by a considerable margin. » Strong iPod touch Sales

Dec 26

iStand

There are many iPhone stands from various brands, but what about the LEGO brand? You can build a lot of things with Lego and it is also possible to build a stand for the iPhone. The picture shown above shows the iStand and is created by the 11 years old kid Ted Jarvis Ang. He wanted to build a stand that is either simple and elegant as well as useful and functional. The iStand tilts, swivels, has shock-absorbers and is easily reconfigurable. » “iStand”: How To Build A LEGO iPhone Stand

Dec 25

iphone-in-iphoneOrange decided to make the iPhone launch in Israel a spectacular one. They contacted Ogmento, developer of augmented reality-applications, and asked them if they wanted to develop an iPhone app. With this application you see an iPhone on your screen when you point your iPhone to a specific object. After that, you can interact with the iPhone on the screen. » Augmented Reality Application During iPhone Launch In Israel

Dec 24

iphone-4g-cameraAccording to new rumors it is very likely the next generation, released next year, will have a 5 megapixel camera. OmniVision Technologies is said to produce around 20 million 5-megapixel sensors for the iPhone and next year it will be be even more: 40 to 45 million pieces. » “Next iPhone Has 5 Megapixel Camera”

Dec 24

door24newsaThe last day of the AppventCalendar is today. Like yesterday, today there won’t be a new free game. Instead BlackSmithGames offers another contest. They also thank everybody for their cooperation and ┬ácomments. The Appvent Calendar was a huge success and it will be back in April next year. Below are the details of the contest.

» Last Day AppventCalendar: Big Contest And “See You Next Year”

Dec 22

supermario64The first Nintendo 64 emulator, ‘N64iphone’, is now available in the Cydia Store. The first version (o.6.1) is pretty complete. It doesn’t support save states and landscape mode, but the emulator can be controlled with the touchscreen and the accelerometer as well as the Nintendo Wii Controller via Bluetooth.

» “N64iphone”: First Version Nintendo 64 Emulator Now Available [Jailbreak]

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