We all know how David and Goliath ended (BOOM, HEADSHOT). But what happens when Apple takes on the little guy, mimicking (or worse) their software? History is mixed—sometimes David flourishes, sometimes David get stomped the hell out.
Curious about the iPad App Store process and unable to wait until launch day? Take a peak at this video and be satiated. For now.
Hands up who uses Cover Flow? A quick vox pop amongst Giz staff reveals only once in a blue moon do we use it. Yet a patent for a Cover Flow-like integration of social-networking profiles has surfaced.
The central guideline of museum going has long been "do not touch." Soon, the Uffizi will flip that rule on its head by allowing visitors to flick and pinch their way through the museum's works of art.
I really hope someone at Apple sees these concept interfaces from Ocean Observations. They've taken the best elements of the Pre's card system, combined them with Cover Flow, and created an awesome vision of multitasking on the iPhone.
Designer Li Jianye's real-life Cover Flow shelf is just like the actual Cover Flow, except for the fact that it can't move, only holds five albums and doesn't let you play music.
The brand spankin' new FlowBerry theme is full of icons for the BlackBerry owner who really wants to own an Apple product, like the iPhone or MacBook Pro, but can't quite commit. As you'll see from the video, there's a pseudo Cover Flow quality to the latest effort from bplay, but that's about it. And, just like the…
Coverflow isn't my favorite feature of OS X, but I have to admit it is neat, but that's about it. There are more efficient ways to organize pretty much any data you can think of, but this idea of applying the technology to your iPhone's Contacts list intrigues me. Nothing fancy here, it would likely be a piece of cake…
CoverFlow may be only semi-useful on your Mac, but imagine what it would look like on a Windows Mobile phone. Actually useful! The Face Contact plugin, which costs $14.95, displays all your contact photos in a CoverFlow-esque way in your home screen, letting you flip between people and even directly dial, text or send…
A little birdie told us that a firmware update for iPods is coming soon, giving you that same Cover Flow view that you've grown to love in iTunes now. See it in action, right here.