Prior to the launch of the iPhone, there was no such thing as the app economy. However, new research has revealed the stunning growth of this young industry, with almost half a million poeple in the US now working in developer-related jobs.
With unscrupulous game developers looking to make a quick buck off unsuspecting iOS users, Apple didn't respond with decisive action against these poor applications until the press brought attention to the problem.
The team behind the Android custom ROM known as CyanogenMod has revealed plans for an application store, where apps previously removed from the Android Market, along with those suited to rooted phones, will be made available.
Help your friends, and yourself, make the responsible decision of driving sober by utilizing the power of the iPhone 4 with the BreathalEyes app. A simple app that helps gauge your ability to drive after drinking.
It was December 2009 that Angry Birds first flew onto the iTunes App Store. Now two years later, Rovio celebrates its "Birdday" with version 2.0 of the game, complete with new levels and the unlocking of all existing ones.