Is Your iPhone Cool Enough?

Keegan, Paul
September 2008
Fortune International (Asia);9/29/2008, Vol. 158 Issue 5, p35
The article considers the use of iPhone applications. Crazy Disco, for those using company-issue BlackBerrys and Treos, features a swirling disco ball and campy music. iLightr is a flickering flame for waving at rock concerts. The leading ten developers of iPhone applications have posted about $9 million of profit. A chart is presented that shows the leading iPhone applications.


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