A minor issue in the iPhone app registration process has turned out to be a big headache for the iPhone app developers.
The problem of iPhone app name squatting has hitherto been an undiscussed story and it is only now that the problem is coming to the fore.
Rock Band, the popular rhythm game from EA is now coming to iPhone and iPod Touch. The game is yet to be approved by the Apple and is expected to be available on the App Store this week.
Earlier this week, Google and Verizon got together to announce the launch a strategic partnership between the two companies to bring Android based handsets powered by Verizon Wireless network to the market. According to the analysts at IDC, this could well signal the end of any possibility of a partnership between Verizon and Apple to sell the iPhone through their network.
Tweetie 2, the new version of the popular Twitter client for iPhone users that was recently dubbed by its developer Loren Brichter as "faster, slimmer, and much more powerful" is now available on the iPhone App Store. Early reviewers have been effusive in their praise for the app with adjectives ranging from "gorgeous" to "The best iPhone Twitter app".
With rapid strides being taken in the mobile phone industry in the past few years, how will the different mobile phone platforms of today stack up against their rivals in the future?
According to a study released by Gartner today, Android could well be moving up the table to become the platform with the second highest market share, ahead of the iPhone, by 2012.