Who is Advertising the Galaxy S in Japan?
November 9, 2010, 9:34 am
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Guess who’s doing all the promoting for the Galaxy S mobile in Japan? Yeah, Darth Vader!

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Turn Your iPhone/iPod to a Real Gamepad
November 5, 2010, 12:17 pm
Filed under: iPhone, Japan | Tags: , , , , , , ,

Now you can control your movements and do your combos easily in any arcade game on the iPhone/iPod such as Street Fighter with something called “Tactile+Plus”:

Tactile+Plus is a set of stickers that you will “glue” on top of your iPhone/iPod touchscreen creating some kind of “Gamepad” layout with the necessary tactile feedback to be as accurate as possible.

Tactile+Plus can be removed and replace at Any time on your iPhone/iPod touch screen as well as being used on pretty much any smartphone available today on the market.

I believe it’s available only in Japan.


G-SHOCK iPhone App in Japan
November 2, 2010, 12:00 pm
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The G-SHOCK App is free and available in iTunes Japan:

Casio Japan has just introduced a new App for the iPhone, the G-SHOCK App, that will not only give you the possibility to get Casio’s G-SHOCK line-up handy in your iPhone, but also to let you learn more on each models as well as to “Play” with them thanks to Casio G-SHOCK mini games or even use your iPhone as we real “G-Shock” watch with basic features including Alarm, Timestamp, Stopwatch…

But could this be exclusively launch in Japan and then spread to the global app store?


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#Tweetit: iPads Vs. iPhones
October 18, 2010, 7:01 pm
Filed under: Humor, iPhone, Music | Tags: , , , , , , ,

A battle between the owners of iPads and the owners of iPhones with the tunes of “Beat it” as “Tweet it”.

You’re the man MJ!

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I Want This: First Quadricopter Controlled by iPhone/iPad/iPod
October 11, 2010, 10:20 am
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Parrot AR.Drone

It’s the first quadricopter that can be controlled by an iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad

You can control the Parrot AR.Drone using an iPhone, iPod Touch, or an iPad via its on-board Wi-Fi system. It was initially designed for the Apple platforms and will be also available on other platforms in the next few months.


Play with other users via a Wi-Fi network

Another major feature is the use of several AR.Drone on a network. Thanks to its own generated Wi-Fi network, players can create a game party where others players can join and play against each other.

The multiplayer game, named AR.Flying Ace, makes it possible to have a battle between two AR.Drone. Hulls are available in three different colors to easily identify your AR.Drone.

Source Via


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Google Goggles added into Google Mobile App for iPhone
October 6, 2010, 9:10 pm
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Google Mobile App for iPhone got updated as His&Hers mentioned in their blog, and it include Google Goggles now.

Don’t know what Google Goggles is? Check the video below

Goggles isn’t available for every iPhone user, though; it’s enabled for English-speaking users only at the moment, and because it needs a camera that can auto-focus, it only works on an iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4 running iOS 4.0 or better.

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CNN Interviews The Youngest Kuwaiti iPhone App Developer

His name is Abdulrahman Al-Zanki, a 14 year old kid who developed the iPhone game hit Doodle Destroyer. I first read about Abdulrahman on p0ach’s blog, I was amazed how he was self-motivated to create that game app which reached 900,000 hits. When p0ach asked him how long did it take to create your first app, he said:

It took me about 2 weeks to finish my first game, ofcourse I was just a beginner at the time. I’m still learning, now it’s been about four months since I began making iPhone games. BTW, I didn’t have any programing experience before that.

Now Abdulrahman is featured on CNN, and ironically he told CNN that he doesn’t like to play games on iPhone!

I don’t really like playing games on the iPhone or any other device, I get bored.

And he adds that he’s really looking forward to get into America’s prestigious Stanford University and a career in video game programming:

I want to get involved in creating games for things like the X-Box, games like Call of Duty

and he adds:

I prefer riding my BMX, or at least I used to before I started getting into in-line roller skating

In the end, I really wish him the best of luck, he’s a walking genius gold mine, and if there’s anything I could help I would, and that’s why I wrote this post. Good Luck Abdulrahman!

First read about the CNN interview on Frankom’s Blog

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