Today I have 5 promo codes for Radar Beats to give away if you can answer this question:
“What is the name of the developer who makes Radar Beats?”
To win a code please email your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org by 7pm (GMT) tomorrow 12th of September.
Please note, promo codes are only available in the US version of the iTunes store. Please also note Radr Beats is compatible with iPhone 3/4g iPod Touch 3g/4g iPad version coming soon.
If you’re interested in film making and made for mobile content then you might want to read this post at Brighthand about their mobile film festival taking place next month.
Radar Beats developer posts info on device compatibility. They are addressing the issue for the iPhone 3G and 2G iPod Touch.
This is a useful post to read if you’re considering an Android tablet at the moment, and there are about to be lots to chose from too.
Whilst not having Android marketplace isn’t the end of the world, it certainly might make app discovery a lot more difficult.
Gadgetlab didn’t like this keyboard and I can see why. I can see the idea behind it, but I think it could’ve been done better. It made me wonder why no one has done something like this but with a little piano keyboard instead of QWERTY?
NIce idea, but I sort of wanted it the other way around. I wanted the Newton in the iPhone, as an emulator ideally.
from Kno, Inc.
Looks very cool and I can imagine twin screens being very interesting to use for music applications.
If you’re interest there’s a couple of interview from Music Hack Day at Hypebot.
More details at Bug Blogger.