Apple has finally broken its silence on the iPhone tracking controversy.
The company explains in an FAQ, posted on its Web site this morning, that it is not stalking its iPhone customers, but is instead trying to get more accurate location information. It also admits that there is a bug in the software that is making the iPhone store too much information.
Is it my birthday? It must be, because Google just released a native Google Docs app for Android. I think I speak for everybody in the Android community when I say: Finally! Some of you might remember that rumor we heard a while back about Google shifting its focus from HTML5 mobile apps to native ones, well, it looks like we are starting to see the fruits of that change in strategy - and we are liking what we are seeing.
It holds the world record for longest developement time, and it's away to increase that record by even more. That's right, Duke Nukem: Forever has been delayed, and will now arrive on June 10th Internationally and June 14th for the US.
The official CNN app for Android was released in early February this year and now, a smartphone variant has finally found its way to the Android Market. The app allows you to view the latest headlines, receive notifications for breaking news, stream video reports, listen to CNN Radio reports, podcasts and interviews, save stories, share them with your friends and upload your own with an attached photo or video with CNN iReport (CNN's online service for citizen journalists).
When Dawn of War II first came out, more than two whole years ago, a lot of the people that played the original were disappointed with the product that developer Relic and publisher THQ delivered and basically said that this was no longer a real-time strategy game.
The Layar Augmented Reality browser has been around for as long as the smartphone, and it's still committed to getting better. Layar has announced version 5.0 of their popular app, which adds some cool new features, including:
-Sharing layers on Facebook or Twitter -Animated layers -Easier options to add layers to favorites -Intro walkthrough of the app
MyPaint is a brilliant open source application for digital painters. It provides plentiful of dynamic options for creating a graphical output that resembles the work of a real life canvas based painting. Although, MyPaint is primarily designed for Linux, versions for both Windows and Mac are also available. It comes with a large brush collection that emulates the effect of substances such as charcoal and ink while the in-build brush engine allows mixing and mashing brush types in order to create an output that appears like a real life painting.
If you have a rooted Android device running a custom ROM and especially if you have ORD (Obsessive ROM-updating Disorder), you're probably acquainted with ROM Manager - the power user's best friend. Where the all-in-one ROM management tool allows you to search for, flash, back up and restore custom ROMs, it does not aid you in looking for the right custom kernel and you know how much of a hassle that can be, especially the first time around.