Pangea Software’s Brian Greenstone has written Mac games for more than two decades, reports Dan Lyons (newsweek.com), but with $5 million in revenue this year alone, he may now focus his attention on iPhone. “In the last four and a half months we’ve made as much money off the retail sales of iPhone apps as we’ve made with retail sales of all of the apps that we’ve made in the past 21 years—combined.”
The force of moving water can also provide a clean, affordable and unobtrusive source of renewable energy, says engineer Michael Bernitsas, of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
Plans to generate power and eliminate landfill waste by ripping trash apart at the molecular level in Florida and California are running into steep hurdles from local opponents.
Yes, you read that right: Microsoft has released a free high-resolution photo viewing app for the iPhone called Seadragon.
Hasbro Inc. has dropped its lawsuit against the makers of a popular online version of board game Scrabble.
Earth Class Mail, a service that scans your snail mail, opens a new location in New York.
A patch to fix the latest hole in Internet Explorer is rushed out amid fears flaw could aid fraudsters.