If you’re anything like me, you’re constantly shuffling around town (or around the country) with bits. No, not those bits; you know the ones I’m talking about: pens, cables, more pens, headphones, USB sticks, pocket knives and pens. They get… Read more ›
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Apple stores around the worldÂ are considered shining examples of exquisiteÂ design in the cutting-edge world of retail.Â Steve Jobs was famously picky about every detail that went into the stores, all the way down to the type of wood grain used for… Read more ›
The headline pretty much says it all: beleaguered smartphone maker Research In Motion has rebranded itself as BlackBerry, naming the company after it’s most popular product.
So now we have two fruit companies making smartphones: Apple and BlackBerry. And just like in the grocery aisle, one is going to sell by the droves, while the other will [Read More...]
Fruit Ninja is one of the all-time greatest games from iOS. What’s not to like? You get to pretend that you’re aÂ samuraiÂ in training who slices and dices his way through waterfalls of falling fruit. It’s simple and addictive.
Now there’s a new fancy device that will actually let you play Fruit Ninja in the real world. Well, almost the real world. At CES a Russian company named Displair was showing off their [Read More...]
Australian iOS developer Halfbrick has made all of its iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch games free for just 24 hours. That means you can now pick up popular titles likeÂ Fruit Ninja,Â Age of Zombies,Â and Monster DashÂ without paying a penny. Check out the full list of titles below.
Here’s Halfbrick’s entire catalog â€” now free:
Age of Zombies Age of Zombies Anniversary Blast Off Fruit Ninja Fruit Ninja HD [Read More...]
There are two sure fire ways to get Apple’s legal team to blitz you with a thunderpunch of litigation: 1) make an action figure doll in the likeness of Steve Jobs and advertise it as a Steve Jobs doll 2) Use the Apple logo, or anything that kind of almost looks like the Apple logo, on a product you’re selling.
Leofrutta, a fruit company in Sicily, is guilty of option number two. [Read More...]