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WordPress iPhone App

I have just installed the WordPress iPhone application obviously on my iPhone and it’s not bad

The categories sync up great and there is a seperate area were you are able edit and approve comments

Not sure how this will look on the blog once I upload but let’s give it a try

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Wolfenstein 3D for the iPhone

Includes all six original episodes with 60 classic levels and unforgettable weapons like the brutal chain gun.

Cast your mind back to when computer games were simple, you just installed the game and played it………

Wolfenstein 3D would defiantly fit into that category, and for its time was a great game so it is great to hear that this game looks to be making a comeback on of all things, the iPhone.

Rumour has it that DOOM will also be making a comeback on the iPhone platform….Stay Tuned!

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But the free iPhone/iPod App is only being released  in the US and cannot be accessed via Apple’s Australian App Store.

For some bizarre unknown reason Amazon has decided the free kindle iPhone app will not be available to Australian iTunes store.

Amazon claim they will listen to customers and are working towards an international release so I guess time will tell.

Perhaps some feedback from Australian customers may help in getting this out to the Australian iTunes store sooner rather than later

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Facebook, the new virus

A new wave of malicious viruses have infiltrated Facebook, prompting heightened calls for the site to clamp down on its lax security or risk an ongoing threat to its 175 million users.

How much longer do we have to wait before Facebook admit the blatantly obvious, they need to stop there users from publishing Facebook applications without anyone at Facebook checking it for security vulnerabilities.

The reasons why it’s allowed to happen is because Facebook is, for the moment, a popular spot for people to “reconnect” with people they chose to get away from when they left school or university.

The people at Facebook need to introduce a system similar to the iPhone’s AppStore and review all apps before publishing to the wider community and this issue would more than likely disappear, hopefully this sort of approach will be adopted before a virus is unleashed on there 175 million users.

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