This is the cover of the Holiday 2010 issue of SkyMall. It prominently features an iPhone 4 in some wacky solar charger/nose hair trimmer/automatic kitty litter dispenser/world's largest crossword puzzle contraption. But something else is strange about this particular iPhone...Enhance!
Current events often lurk below the surface of fantastical films—it's no secret, for example, that Avatar reflected America's unsavory imperialism (/Pocohontas?) Early audiences of Iron Man 2 are noticing a slightly less predictable allegory: Jobs vs. Gates.
We talked comic book adaptations with John Cusack, and whether he's ready for his own comic-based film. One particular vampire and killer comic has sparked his interest, and we're wondering: Could it be Preacher?
John Gruber of Daring Fireball, certainly no stranger on this site to iPhone news, rumors and speculation, is positive tomorrow's event will feature an "iPhone 3GS".
I no longer listen to The Onion Radio News for humor, but with a tinge of hope that some day, this will all be real and mutants and humans will find peace. Just listen:
Science fiction and comics are full of mutants and aliens whose superpowers defy various laws of physics. Shape-changers who can alter their mass, people who can fly — in space, even! — and guys who can produce extreme cold or heat on cue. But in real life, the ability to negate just one of the laws of physics,…
The oddly-named "Psychro-ray" is a solar-powered air conditioner for your car. It's just a concept, and something tells me that there's no way solar power alone could power something as power-hungry as an air conditioner with a " carbon filtration system and electrostatic dust collector," but hey, I like the way you…
There's no confirmation other than some guy's word, but Macapper says third party native (Cocoa) iPhone apps are coming soon. Apparently, during one of the WWDC evening parties, an iPhone engineer responded, "Yeah. There will be" to the question of "are there going to be third party Cocoa apps on the iPhone."