One year after Rogers nearly botched their Canadian iPhone launch with ridiculous data plans and extra fees, it looks like Rogers might have learned their lesson. According to Rogers PR, they will support MMS and tethering with the intention of making the service availble with the June 19th launch. That means these features will not… Continue reading iPhone and Rogers, Round 2
I haven’t see a whole lot of information around the intertubes about what it’s actually like to deploy an iPhone App. Sure there are stories every other week about Apple’s ridiculously inconsistent censorship, and talk of developers not being paid. But there is not a lot of information about the actual process of getting App… Continue reading First Impressions of an iPhone Developer
I’ve just released my first iPhone app – iPlayPhone – it’s a toy phone for toddlers. I built it for my 1yr old son who’s always running off with my phone. It’s simplictic but super fun. All the buttons play goofy sounds. The onShake sound totally baffles my son, he’s like “woah, i shake it… Continue reading iPlayPhone: My First iPhone App
LG just release a watch phone. Allow me to present you with the iPhone watch.
Caught up on my RSS feeds today, found some interesting bits & bobs I thought I’d share. Pepsi embarks on $1.2B rebranding effort Looks a little weird, I’ll reserve my final judgement once I see some packaging. via brand new Banksy opens a faux pets store in NYC – thnx Ron …complete with mechanical… Continue reading 4 Interesting Things