Progress is always developing. Old models are displaced by new technologies. New models are improved, they have new possibilities. Comparing iPhone 4 and iPhone 5 we will better understand development of progress. Advantages of iPhone 5 in comparison with iPhone 4: The iPhone 5 is more comfortable in using. It is thinner than iPhone 4(9.3 mm [...]
Image via Wikipedia Here is a post I found last week but didn’t get to it until this morning…this is a great post. It is from cio.com – “Should Your IT Department Support the IPhone” When the iPhone was first launched in June 2007, it was generally panned by IT managers and systems administrators. It [...]
Image via CrunchBase After reading my CEO’s blog today – it made me think about my “call” with AT&T on Saturday. I’ve recently signed up for an iPhone from AT&T. Onto the story – I took a motorcycle ride on Saturday to meet a friend’s son for lunch. When we arrived at the restaurant, I [...]
Ripdev: The iPhone Authority. Apple is losing the death grip on the iPhone. InstallerApp is a native Mac OS X application (soon â€” for Windows too) that allows you easily download applications from Installer and Cydia directly onto your computer, and install them to the iPhone connected with USB cable.
Owen had a development budget of $32,000 for the game but in the first month made $535 in revenue, despite a glowing review from major gaming site Kotaku. via Some Brutally Honest iPhone App Sales Numbers: $32k Spent vs $535 Revenue. Um, how do I pull that email to the dev team back through the [...]