If there ever were such thing as post World Cup blues then this would be the geeky way to cure that condition. ARFootball is an iPhone application which has definitely been inspired by the World Cup lets you play footy via augmented reality technology on your iPhone.
It is a simple iPhone 4 app that enables the user to juggle a virtual football at their foot. The app offers different level of difficult and allows you to play in free play mode or arcade mode. Continue reading »
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Here’s a quick video to start off the Monday morning, the folks at Fonearena recently compared the new Nokia N97 Mini version with its older sibling. I personally still fancy the original N97 but see what you think!
For those who are interested, here’s an overview of the newly released TomTom GPS app running on the iPhone 3GS:
Have a look at this, the below video is the first music video to be taken using the new iPhone 3GS’ video recording capability. The song by XFYA accompanies the plight of a little blue robot and his attempt to be relevant in an increasingly technological world.
Check out the following video featuring the latest Sony X-Series Walkman, NWZ-X1060 by CNET Asia. Of course one of the most attractive features of the X1060 is OLED, despite this it does have a lower resolution screen compared to that of the iPod Touch. If you are considering this new touchscreen Sony Walkman, its definitely worth checking out, especially the user interace and its navigating menus:
For those who liked musical synthesizer apps such as the MiniSynth developed by Yonac, comes its “big brother” – MegaSynth, compatible with both iPhone and iPod Touch. MegaSynth is a fully-featured analog modeling synthesizer, it is packed with a number of features that its “younger brother” did not support. With its 3 true-analog-modeling VCOs, 5-note polyphony, dedicated LFOs, built-in sequencer, arpeggiator/chordmaker and recording feature. MegaSynth is packed with the necessary digital technology to deliver a complete mobile synthesizer package that compromises none of that classic, luscious analog synth tone.
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The video below is not bad for those who are looking for iPhone alternatives, in the nine-minute clip, the popular Samsung mobiles Omnia and Omnia HD are also compared with the iPhone 3G. It shows a clear distinction that the Omnia HD has a much more clearer, sharper screen. Quick warning, before you hit the play, you might like to turn down your speakers especially if you’re at work!