Starting tomorrow, subscribers to Sirius XM radio will be able to download the application on their iPhones for free.
If you've ever had an idea for an iPhone application but you've never known how to begin creating it, Stanford will be offering how-to-build-iphone-apps computer science courses via free video podcasts through iTunes U.
The iPhone already has its own clock and alarm built into it, but what about cheapos who need a real, manly clock? You can get a dedicated "clock" for only $1, you late people!
While this image may be doctored, I want to believe it's real. What really wins this for me is the desperate tone in the review from the guy who actually bought the $999 I'm Rich iPhone application, saying the application is a scam:
A few Apple App Store developers have apparently taken a page from the line cutting Steve Wozniak today, and are using a loophole in the service's naming conventions to shoot their apps to the top of the list. The story goes that certain developers are cutting to the head of the class with sneakily inserted spaces and…