Jailbreaking the Ice

Yes, Jailbreaking is still relevant, and here’s why:

 

iOS Apps: Taking the Plunge

I’ve added (and subtracted) enough apps to this ever-changing Prezi to warrant a re-post (previously posted as “50 Apps You’ve [probably] Never Heard Of”). I’ve also changed the format to reflect the fact that many are new to the iOS App scene, while others are old-timers at it, and are looking to expand their usage.  Enjoy!

 

Creativity Fatigue Sets In: iOS and Android Games are Losing Their Edge

There’s been a lot of talk recently about mobile gaming via iOS and Android devices taking over the market, which has been previously dominated by Sony and Nintendo.  Your usual points of evidence include cheaper prices ($.99 vs. $39), ease of installation (install in seconds vs. purchase at store and carry with you), and dual/tri-functionality (phone/app/game vs. game).  Nintendo has stated for the past two years that they not only don’t fear this new trend, but don’t even see it as a competition.  I originally thought this was preposterous posturing, but even as an avid iOS gamer, I’m starting to agree with the Big N. Continue reading

50 Apps in 50 Minutes That You’ve (probably) Never Heard Of

As just presented this morning at Cue11 — and as promised to those who attended — here’s the Prezi with the list of 50 apps you’ve probably never heard of: http://is.gd/MMwEe2

Preview List of Back-to-School Apps (more to come later)

Working on a list of Back-to-School Apps for Teachers, K-6, and 7-12 students. Until then, check out this Prezi from May 2010 listing some of the best Educational Apps available!

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