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Private Photo Sharing Enabled on Facebook’s Updated App v8.0 for iOS

by Mark Omoding Anyangon March 20, 2014
Facebook has released an updated version of its app for iOS. The focus of the app was to improve the private sharing capabilities. The version 8 app enables users to select the people who will be able to view their photo albums in their feed. The feature which was rolled out by Facebook a few […]
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Apple’s iPhone 6 Able to Holographically Increase Its Screen Size?

by Matthew Lucason March 17, 2014
Apple’s iPhone 6 is considered to be the upcoming flagship phone of Apple after the iPhone 5S this year, and a lot is relatively expected of the former phone iteration. SET Solution’s iPhone 6 dream phone features a couple of holographic projectors on each side of the device, which would let users extend the screen size of the device when placed on […]
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5 Tricks To Make Your iPhone Run Smoothly

by Hamza Akbaron March 15, 2014
User-experience that smartphones render serves to be the most basic and magnetic element that pulls consumers to smartphones of their choice. What sets Apple’s devices apart from those of other manufacturers is the flawless and seamless user-experience imparted to consumers. Although, over the years Apple has perfected its devices and in turn the user-experience has […]

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This is How Apple’s CarPlay Looks in Action. The Secret is BlackBerry

by Chris Murphyon March 5, 2014
We’ve been covering Apple’s plans for iOS in the Car, and now the final product is being shown to the world — and given a new name: Apple CarPlay. The new system will allow iPhone owners to use their handsets to power the infotainment system in their cars, and early partners include Ford, GM, Honda, Hyundai, BMW, […]
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Xbox Live Cross-Platform for Android and iOS Under Development

by Dilawer Soomroon March 5, 2014
If you thought that Titanfall was the only big card up Microsoft’s sleeve then you’ve never been so wrong. The company is actually thinking of extending its Xbox Live gaming experience to other platforms like iOS and Android in the future. Xbox Live to Power Android and iOS Games Apple and Google both use their […]

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FIFA 14 releases for Windows Phone

by Ryan Burgesson March 1, 2014
So after a long wait FIFA 14 finally makes it’s way to Windows Phone. Coming almost a full 6 months after its iOS and Android counterparts this just further solidifies Windows Phone’s place as the black sheep of the family. If a big company like EA takes half a year to port a game to […]
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Apple To Launch ‘iOS in the Car’ For Mercedes, Volvo, Ferrari Next Week

by Eric Brownon March 1, 2014
After announcing its iOS in the Car initiative at last year’s WWDC, Apple is rumored to be prepping an official announcement expected to launch the program next week with partners Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz and Volvo, according to a Financial Times report. In addition to the aforementioned auto makers, Apple has also signed partnerships with companies like Chevrolet, Honda, Jaguar and Nissan. Specifically, the report claims drivers will be […]

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Apple is Developing Sensors for iWatch That Predict Heart Attacks

by Nick Adamson February 17, 2014
Apple’s head of mergers and acquisitions (M&A), Adrian Perica, along with CEO Tim Cook, reportedly met with Tesla’s Elon Musk. Also, Apple’s Tomlinson Holman, the inventor of THX and 10.2 surround sound, has reportedly been looking at ways to detect heart attacks. Both bits of news come by way of Thomas Lee and David R. Baker […]
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iPhone 6 Leaked Photos: Rounded, Larger, Edge-to-edge Glass

by Eric Brownon February 13, 2014
The new iPhone 6 will feature a full-width frameless screen, according to an “industry source” quoted in the Korea Herald. The casing of the alleged iPhone 6 (in the pictures below) has all the signature iPhone design elements, such as a camera and flash port, as well as the familiar Apple logo but it is […]

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Best Apps for Following The 2014 Sochi Olympics

by Anna Johnsonon February 7, 2014
In southern Russia, everybody is all geared up for the opening ceremony of the 2014 Sochi Olympics. No matter which events you want to watch, your iPhone/iPad or Android gadget can keep you up to date on medal counts, highlights, and more. If you can’t catch every minute of the 2014 Winter Olympics, you’ll still want to keep […]
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Apple is Reportedly Working on Wireless, Solar Charging for iWatch

by Matthew Lucason February 4, 2014
A New York Times report is providing more fodder for iWatch speculation, including the purported use of solar power. Apple has been testing both solar and wireless charging for the rumored iWatch, according to a story in Sunday’s New York Times. The publication cites Nest cofounder and “father of the iPod” Tony Fadell as saying Apple tried for […]
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iPhone 6 (iPhone Air) Release Date, Price, Specs, News and Rumors

by Nick Adamson February 2, 2014
Will it be called iPhone 6, iPhone Air or something else? (technically it’ll be the 9th iPhone). According to a reputable Chinese analyst, Apple is looking to push production on the much anticipated iPhone 6 to May 2014 and much to surprise of probably everyone, the phone will not be any larger than 4.7 inches. There have been many conflicting […]

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Apple’s iBeacon May Change The Way We Are Mobile Shopping

by Nick Adamson January 31, 2014
iBeacon has been deployed in its first retail environments. It’s not as flashy as a new iPhone or iPad, but Apple’s iBeacon has the intentional to revolutionize the in-store experience. It opens a door to new set of applications such as indoor maps and in-store marketing, it makes the internet of things a realty and it […]
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Now You Can Order In From Local Restaurants With The Foursquare App

by Nick Adamson January 31, 2014
Foursquare announced that it has partnered with GrubHub Seamless to offer its mobile users access to more than 20,000 restaurants in hundreds of cities across the US. If you’re browsing Foursquare for local eateries and find one with either the GrubHub or Seamless icon, just hit “order delivery” and you’ll be redirected to the GrubHub or Seamless website. To […]

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Beyond the Looks: What’s Underneath the iOS7 Update

by Eric Brownon December 16, 2013
It’s no secret by now, particularly among iPhone users, that the iOS7 upgrade is one of the most radically transformative updates Apple has ever implemented. A lot of talk has been centred around the new look of iOS7. Gone are the buttons which seemed to pop off the screen. Instead, everything is a flat icon. […]
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Smarty Ring Sends Smartphone And Social Network Alerts to Your Finger

by Chris Murphyon December 9, 2013
Smarty Ring is able manage all of your incoming smartphone alerts. This Bluetooth-enabled wearable gadget ring allows users to check smartphone alerts and manage incoming calls right from their finger. It could soon be available to iOS and Android users only if the makers are able to get funding in time. The stainless-steel  Smarty Ring has a […]

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The Photo-sharing Site Imgur Launched Its First iOS App

by Matthew Lucason August 2, 2013
After being rejected five times by Apple, supposedly due to copyright issues, the Imgur app has finally been accepted into App Store. The new iOS app is free for iPhone and iPad users starting today. On the Imgur app you can do everything you’d be doing on the web like uploading and managing your account […]
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How Puzzle & Dragons App Makes Millions (INFOGRAPHIC)

by Nick Adamson July 16, 2013
This new infographic mentions that the Puzzle & Dragons app is generating over three million dollars every day. See also #NBARapidReplay Brings Instant Highlights to Twitter Puzzle & Dragons is the top grossing free-to-download mobile game in Japan for iOS and Android. It is estimated to generate between $54 million to $75.5 million a month. This […]

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Google Now, Or Siri, Who is The Better Helper?

by Chris Murphyon July 11, 2013
There’s a new phone assistant in town Siri, and his name is Google Now. If you have the Google search app, just update it and get ready for Now! Recently approved for use on iOS systems, Apple this means you, Google Now App claims to be a better, faster, more thorough assistant than Siri. According […]
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Ellen DeGeneres launched a new iOS app: Heads Up!

by Chris Murphyon May 4, 2013
Ellen DeGeneres has a new hilarious iOS app called, Heads Up! Play Heads Up! and laugh away with friends and family at a party or on a road trip with Ellen’s new app. It compares to guessing games, such as “Password” or “$100,000 Pyramid.” To play, pick between 18 categories and place the device on […]
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Google Now App Will Blow Your Mind

by Nick Adamson May 3, 2013
Google Now is finally available on iOS devices and it’s making Siri nervous… and she should be. Google Now is an update to the Google Search app and it does virtually everything that Siri does. From telling you what the weather is like in addition to telling you how it actually feels outside so you […]

 
 
 
 

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