Has handheld gaming passed Nintendo by? We spend hands-on time with the new Nintendo 3DS, and ponder what it needs to do to steal the spotlight back from Apple's App Store.
Missing files that aren't actually missing.
.DS_Store files can cause headaches, but are easily removed.
Rumor has it that Apple considered launching an iPad 3D, but scrapped plans on the grounds that it might be seen as a "gimmick." But imagine what if...
Dealing with .DS_Store files
Apache security "leak" noted with .DS_Store files
DS DoubleSys, which mimics the Nintendo DS experience, is no longer available from the iTunes App Store. The app's developer remains tight-lipped on the removal.
A new app has hit the App Store that looks and operates similarly to the Nintendo DS. And so far, Apple hasn't removed it.
For every window in Mac OS X, a hidden file called ".DS_Store" contains the information on how the window is to be displayed (such as, which columns are shown for "list" mode, icon sizes, window position, and so on). When you change settings in the vie
Leapfrog's two new handheld gaming systems, the Didj and Leapster 2, are now officially available for purchase.