Thursday, September 4, 2008

Mac-iPhone Update for September 4, 2008

It's now 7:30PM Pacific Standard Time at the time of this post.  So, the number is eight-seven.  That's eight-seven more hours until Steve Jobs, thin or not, will be gracing us with the 2008-2009 iPod line-up.

Again, Onxo believe nothing else new will be introduced.  But we'll happily be in the wrong on that matter, Apple.

So, what's new in the realm of Apple's mobile device?  Well, how about some iPhone gaming?  Gizmodo has information on what EA has in stored for our favorite mobile platform.  Spore will be available on September 7, this Sunday.  Expect problems if all of us try to get into iTunes all at the same time.

Just thought I'd warn you a bit.  Back later for a review.

What else is EA doing?  Check out the following games on the way:

  • Yahtzee Adventures
  • EA Mini Golf
  • Lemonade Tycoon
  • Mahjong
  • Monopoly
  • SimCity (wow!)
  • Tiger Woods PGA Tour 09 (I was thinking just today when a good golf game was coming) - personally, I'm looking for a good miniture golf game.
  • Need for Speed
  • The Sims 3
iPhone-iPod Update:
  • Wired on how iPhone security will be broken.
  • Appleinsider on Best Buy's circular advertising the sale of iPhone on Sunday.
  • Onxo on Chrome for Android.  Will Safari benefit from Google's contributions?
  • I'm asking to see if split screen on the iPhone will be possible.  Watch a video while browsing or reading.  Or having two browsers open up at the same time.  What do you think?
  • Onxo is surprised but thinks it's great that US passed Europe in percentage of 3G adoption.  
Mac Update:
  • TUAW reports you have until Monday to buy a Mac and get 30% off Office.
  • Engadget has the first Microsoft commercial to stem Apple and Mac's rising rate of adoption.  Well, all I can say is that MS has got a lot of cash.  I guess it's stay tuned for me.

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