The mighty Man of Steel, the Last Son of Krypton, the Tomorrow Man himself has finally landed in the App Store with the official release of Superman for iPhone and iPod touch by Chillingo Ltd. This isn't a movie tie-in or flashy 3D flyer/fighter, this is a fun, casual, decidedly 2D adventure with an almost old school, retro platform feel to it. Check out the video above and the details below.
Phil, Adam, Derek, Jay, and Rene talk Amazon Kindle Fire pros and cons, Porsche's BlackBerry and phones as fashion, webOS indecisions, and Google Music vs. iTunes Match vs. Amazon Cloud vs. Zune Pass and more! This is Mobile Nations!
The folks from Every Third Thursday have put together iShred, a snowboarding tribute to the late Steve Jobs.
the man who inspired and built products that almost every snowboarder we know loves and uses in their daily lives. Watch and see as our hardware needs updating a few times to get this snowboard built right!
Firemint's popular game Spy Mouse is now available on the iPad! The exclusive features are, of course, bigger and better graphics, as well as secret dossiers that will help you complete dangerous missions.
Rene, Georgia, and Seth talk iOS 5.0.2 and iOS 5.1, iTunes Match, 4-inch iPhone rumors and whether size matters, Siri being cracked, Apple's new board, and Gmail's second bite at the App Store. This is iPhone Live!
Verizon has released a new iPhone 4S commercial, once again touting the breadth of their network. This time, while several -- we're left to guess AT&T iPhone users -- are left to flounder due to their lack of signal, the one Verizon iPhone user among them connects heroically and without issue.
(Might have been more powerful if all the other people were on Verizon, easily connecting, and only the one hapless guy was left adrift, watching everyone else succeed.)
Anyone here actually switch from AT&T to Verizon for the iPhone 4S? Happy with the choice?
So you've subscribed to iTunes Match. Now you need to set up your iOS devices to use it. It's just as simple as subscribing was. Just a few ticks and clicks and you'll be on your way to iCloud music goodness!
Phil Nickinson, Rene Ritchie, and special guest Michael DeGusta talk about fragmentation, legacy, forks, and flexibility and how they challenge developers, designers, but most importantly -- consumers. This is a Mobile Nations Special Edition!
Nancy Gohring over at IDG/Macworld quotes John Stanton, Chairman of Trilogy Partnerships, as saying that, prior to launching the iPhone in 2007, he spent a couple of years with Steve Jobs trying to figure out how to do it without the likes of AT&T or Verizon.
He wanted to replace carriers. He and I spent a lot of time talking about whether synthetically you could create a carrier using Wi-Fi spectrum. That was part of his vision.