Nov 28

It is 22 carat gold, has 190 diamonds, and costs a cool $3.2 million dollars. What is it? It is the most expensive iPhone case ever. Designer Stuart Hughes has done it again. » Golden, Diamond, $3.2 Million iPhone Accessory

Nov 27

iphone-3gs-shopA couple of days ago we reported about 4,000 iPhones that were stolen from a Belgium company. The police lost track of the thieves and the devices were never found. Touch My Apps reports that the units are currently being activated in Russia.

» Stolen iPhones Show Up In Russia?

Nov 21

gameloft-love-app-storeThe French game developer Gameloft, known from iPhone games like The Settlers and Shrek Kart, has announced that the development of games for the Android platform will be put at a lower priority. The reason for this decision is that Gameloft has sold 400 times more games for the iPhone compared to the Android sales.

» Gameloft: “iPhone Earnings 400 Times More Then Android Earnings”

Nov 17

Last weekend 4000 iPhone were stolen from a logistics company in the Belgium Willebroek. The iPhones were ready to be delivered at the Belgium iPhone provider Mobistar. The shortages of iPhones is now even greater. The total sum of the 4000 iPhones is estimated at 2 million euros. » 4000 iPhones Stolen From Belgium Company

Nov 16

whitemacbookA lot of parts from products will be recycled. But some people just use parts and create something new. PowerBook Medic has a way to recycle iPhone and Mac parts. The company makes earrings from the Apple-buttons.

» PowerBook Medic Sells Earrings Made Of iPhone Home Buttons

Nov 15

walky-voetbal-robotWalky is a robot that can walk, jump and play soccer just like a real human. How? By using the iPhone. This concept allows people to control the robot. You use your fingers to simulate how to walk. If you let the robot walk while rotating the iPhone, the robot rotates as well. You can also simulate a kick to let the robot kick a football. Walky has been developed in the Digital Life Project at the Graduate School of Media Design of the Japanese Keio University. » Use You iPhone To Control Robot “Walky”

Nov 12

399279main_cell_phone_sensor4-250x187NASA is busy with a very advanced application. It’s a chemical sensor which can detect Chlorine, Ammonia, methane, or other gasses in the air. A researcher at NASA’s Ames Research Center has created a small and cheap chemical sensor that can be attached to the iPhone.

» NASA Builds Chemical Sensor For iPhone

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