While Apple still maintains a death grip on its no-porn policy for its iPhone and iPad apps, the adult entertainment industry is swarming to make money from the iPhone 4’s FaceTime video-conferencing feature. [More]
If you were trolling around the App Store last night, you might have come across a new 99-cent flashlight app called Handy Light. And if you were willing to pay for it, you would have found a bonus: the program contained a hidden tethering app that would allow your computer to connect to the Internet over your phone, a privilege that normally requires a $20 monthly payment to AT&T. While the app somehow made it through the inspectors at Apple, once word got out, it was gone. [More]
Not Safe For Work, this Apple iPod spoof is. It was only a matter of time before someone applied the Apple shadow dancer effect to hardcore porn movies.