The iPhone OS 4 upgrade, or iOS 4, arrived Monday at 1 p.m. Eastern/10 a.m. Pacific for all iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, and iPhone 3G users who had their devices hooked to iTunes. The update weighs in at 378MB, and you need the latest version of iTunes 9.2 to be able to download iOS 4.
Multitasking might be the biggest news in the latest version of the iPhone OS, but it has plenty of other useful features and refinements, too. Here’s a hands-on look at our 10 favorites:
Feature 1: Wallpaper for iPhone’s lock and home screens
Feature 2: Multitasking
Feature 3: Unified Inbox and Threaded E-Mail
Feature 4: Getting the Right Words
Feature 5: Organize Your Apps in Folders
Feature 6: Make Playlists in the iPod App
Feature 7: Improvements to the Messages App
Feature 8: iBooks on Your Bookshelf
Feature 9: Digital Zoom and Geolocation for Your Camera
Feature 10: Useful Enhancements in Native Apps
Purple and gold confetti raining down upon him, Kobe Bryant hopped up on the scorer’s table, shook his fists and extended five fingers.
When he hopped down, Boston’s legendary Hall of Fame center Bill Russell was waiting to shake his hand.
A Game 7 classic—and this time, it finally went the Lakers’ way.
Bryant, the finals MVP, scored 23 points despite 6-of-24 shooting, and the Lakers won their 16th NBA championship Thursday night, dramatically rallying from a fourth-quarter deficit to beat the Celtics 83-79 in Game 7 of the NBA finals.
Bryant earned his fifth title with the Lakers, who repeated as NBA champions for the first time since winning three straight from 2000-02. Coach Phil Jackson added his 11th, matching Russell’s total and possibly putting a cap on his remarkable career if he decides to leave the Lakers.
While America has its “Red Sox,” “Shaq Attacks,” and “Super Bowls,” the rest of the world quietly engages in some fancy footwork with a quadrennial tournament to decide the best football team in the universe.
To celebrate the 2010 FIFA World Cup, we’ve scoured YouTube (YouTube) for the very best World Cup goals ever caught on film.
See below for our picks of 10 best FIFA World Cup goals on Youtube, arranged in date order, as deciding between these beauties would be impossible. Be sure to voice your opinions, cheers, and trash talk in the comments!