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Stanford Once Again Offering iOS Development Course For Free Through iTunes U, Piazza
Stanford's celebrated iOS learning course is once again available to anyone.
Bryan M. Wolfe
| January 24
Stanford's Free iOS App Development Course Now Focuses On iOS 5
For a while now, Stanford University has made its classes on iOS development available to download for free in iTunes U. Now, the course is addressing the most recent iteration of Apple's mobile operating system: iOS 5. If you're looking to develop an iOS app and already have a knowledge of C language, object-oriented programming and UNIX experience, take a look at the classes - you could write the next Doodle Jump!
| November 16
Researchers Create A Transparent Battery Which Could Change The iPhone
According to Stanford University News, researchers have created a battery that is transparent and for use in consumer electronics.
| July 28
Mopho DJ: An Awesome DJ App With A Difference
Nick Bryan and Ge Wang at Stanford University's Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics have developed something very interesting. It's an iOS app called Mopho DJ, and it essentially uses an iPod touch's accelerometer to create "scratch" effects on digital audio tracks.
| May 17
Pulse App Creator Discusses App, Graduation And Future
Newsreaders come in many shapes and sizes but they are all basically the same. However, Pulse for iPad is different, according to one of its co-creators, who discusses Steve Jobs, the release of an iPhone Pulse app, and he and his partner's upcoming college graduation.
Bryan M. Wolfe
| June 12