Swing Copters will make you hate helicopters, hammers, and life.
Because there isn’t an app for everything.
Update, Feb. 9: The app has been taken down, so here’s a look at the damage it caused.
The company said it brought in $10 billion in sales from the App Store in 2013. It’s a small slice of Apple’s overall revenue, but it’s still a revenue stream that’s not coming from iPhones or iPads.
Is the company that basically invented the podcast putting it out to pasture?
It’s not clear what they’re even for anymore. How Vine went from kid-friendly to an adult app overnight.
Just ahead of WWDC, an odd attempt to get a better deal for iOS app developers. It’s not clear how this would work, exactly, or if it’s even real, but the App Developer Union manifesto raises a good point: app developers have no leverage.
All I want to do is kill a bunch of apps I never use off of my phone. But Apple won’t let me.
Well, it already looks more plot cohesive than Transformers. Though any Michael Bay movie parody needs more explosions.
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Bump.com, a new social network for the road, can connect you to another driver by their license plate number.
Chart your stats, now you can compare with your friends, family and love ones, or just keep the data to yourself. Maybe the next version will sync with FaceBook and have push support.
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In OfficeWars, you’ve got 32 days to prove yourself in the high stakes underground world of office supplies. It’s kinda like Dope Wars, but the experience gained here might be something to stick on your resume. Good luck!
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