Apple made an iPhone game just for Warren Buffett

By

Warren Buffett
Get ready to sling papers till your fingers hurt.
Photo: Apple

Apple has finally come out with its first new video game for iPhone since the App Store debuted in 2008 and its dedicated to the iPhone-maker’s largest shareholder, Warren Buffett.

Tim Cook made a cameo appearance at Berkshire Hathaway’s shareholder this morning to reveal the new game. The game, called Warren Buffett’s Paper Wizard, sounded like a joke at first. Players cruise around tossing newspapers at houses as an homage to Buffett who had a paper route as a kid to make money. Now he’s one of the richest men in the world with his own paperboi video game to boot.

Those Greasy Finger Swipes On Your iPad Screen Make For Great Abstract Art [Gallery]

By

fruitninjaipadart

Not only is your iPad the greatest time-killer of all-time, but while you’re busy playing games, writing emails, taking pictures, and tweeting, you’re also creating some abstract artwork with each tap and swipe.

Artists Andre Woolery and Victor AbiJaoudi noticed that each iPad app reveals a different pattern of swipes and taps that form a unique piece of artwork. In their collaboration series called Invisible Hieroglyphics, the duo highlight all of the hidden masterpieces you never knew you were making, by tracking the gestures and swipes on the iPad screen and translating them into artwork on acrylic glass you can hang on your wall.

Here’s a look at some of the invisible paintings you create everyday:

Super-Size Your Tossing With Paper Toss HD For iPad [Review]

By

post-45642-image-4b69deafb544df641827e11651b5d5bd-jpg

Paper Toss for iPhone is a brilliant pick-up-and-play game that is guaranteed to kill some time when you’re waiting for your train, when your boss is out of the office, or when you’re waiting for your little ones to give up the TV. If you’re one of the 21,000,000 paper tossers out there, you’ll be pleased to know the game is now available on the iPad, including a new level and improved visuals for the larger screen. But is it worth that $2.99 price tag?