It’s a big job for one little app, but some clever minds at The Washington Post have come up with a plan for an application designed to scan politicians’ statements and check them against those pesky facts.
It's not supposed to be a replacement for the more conventional confessional setup for observant Catholics, but at least this new iPhone app, "Confession: A Roman Catholic App," has actually been blessed by a member of the clergy -- and it's only $1.99.
No matter how strict Facebook users may be with their settings, their bid for privacy can be compromised by third-party software developers who make those annoying apps that let users play games with each other -- and, apparently, share their personal information with advertisers.
The iPhone is getting outfitted for battle. Raytheon, that clever military contractor, has developed an iPhone application called the One Force Tracker that helps soldiers track each other and their enemies, orient themselves and communicate using an interface similar to Facebook.