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 VS 7.6mm). You even don’t feel … Read More
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 didn’t support any encryption of … Read More
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 checked the and had two … Read More
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 amil server? Seriously – I … Read More