About a year ago, I came across a project on the crowd-funding site Kickstarter. Let’s be clear. It wasn’t the first project I’d backed on the site, so I knew what I was (potentially) getting into when I clicked that ‘Back this project’ button.
If you’re one of these people who is seriously considering getting their hands on Google’s latest attempt to ‘cyborgify’ humanity, (eventually plunking down the $1,500 required in the process), your first point of call may be to check out some first impressions from an early adopter.
Apple Releases iOS 6.1.4 (Build 10B350). Adds New Audio Profile To iPhone’s ‘Speakerphone’ Function – [DIRECT LINKS]
Although not a major update in the way of new features – (usually marked by the update being seeded to developers before its public release) – Apple has tonight publicly released the next iteration of its mobile operating system.
After spending nearly a whole month making its way through Apple’s rigorous App Store approval process, Google’s real-time information discovery search engine – ‘Now’ – is (finally) available to download from the iTunes App Store.
Apple Announces $43.6 Billion In Revenue For Q2 2013, Net Profit: $9.5B, 37.4M iPhones Sold. – [UPDATED]
As market investors and analysts await the results of Apple’s second quarter earnings call, (set to take place at 5:00PM EST, today), some of those same analysts are already taking a stab at what the company’s earnings figures are likely to reflect for the quarter.
As reported by Macworld, (via MacRumors), Apple has today introduced a new modal alert (above) for those who may be in the process of purchasing either video or music content from the iTunes Music Store.
Durex Begins Trials For iPhone-Controlled Vibrating Underwear, A World-First For Wearable Electronics – [NSFW, VIDEO]
Vibrating his and her’s underwear? – There’s an app for that. Or – there may be – if the current limited public trials Durex is carrying out in relation to its new ‘Fundawear’ garments, go according to plan.
Anyone who knows me well, also knows that I love my music – I live for it, and because of this I tend to follow news and reports on what’s probably going to be the ‘next big thing’ to hit the music scene. In this regard, I’d already heard some …
New Concept For ‘iPhone 6’ Envisages No Home Button, 4.5-Inch (Almost Edge-To-Edge) Display – [VIDEO]
As speculation continues to mount regarding what Apple’s next iPhone may bring to the table, a new concept for Apple’s “iPhone 6” has surfaced today which suggests the Cupertino, CA company could not only extend the reach of the smartphone’s display to almost touch both outer sides, but that Apple …
Not one to be upstaged by Apple’s use of ‘descriptive’ branding terms, Samsung on Friday announced the launch of its ‘GALAXY Mega’ – a series of smartphones from the Korean manufacturer that are set arrive in both 6.3-inch and 5.8-inch display flavours.
When I first got word that the guys at Panic were hard at work on porting their office ‘Status Board’ to iOS, I have to say was more than excited. Panic prides itself on creating ‘shockingly good software,’ and its latest offering – StatusBoard – is really no exception to …
Now part of my personal daily workflow, Actions for iPad has, (in my opinion), been somewhat overlooked by the App Store community up until this point, with the app today sitting at just under 100 user reviews.
Former Apple retail head and JC Penney CEO, Ron Johnson, is reportedly – out – according to “a source familiar with the situation.” CNBC, who was first to report on the rumours, notes that “it [is] unclear if a successor has been named.”
Over the weekend, indie developer Stephen Eddy (@steddyman) got in touch to make me aware of the story behind the last 18-months of his (and his wife’s) life.
Launching as a preview for those in both the U.S and UK, yesterday, music-streaming service rdio has this week announced it is moving into the ‘PPV’ video content arena, with the announcement of its new offering – vdio.
Built from the ground up to meet the needs of today’s creative editors, PROCUTX is described as a ‘break-free’ solution to manually navigating the menus (and tabs) seen in Apple’s Final Cut Pro editor.
The chocolate has run out, and now you’re looking for something to do to keep the boredom from striking. Well, look no further. What follows is a complete list of the most-notable app sales on the iTunes App Store. From games to business, productivity, interactive books, second-screen experiences, food and …
That’s right, it’s nearly Easter! — and as such, the iTunes App Store has (once again) entered a state of frenzy, with developers around the globe dropping their app titles to sheer crazy price points in an attempt to gain your attention over the long weekend. We’ve compiled a complete …
Okay, it’s not mobile-related (granted) … However, I wanted to give you all my initial first impressions on something cool that arrived on my doorstep this morning from Japan. Wanting to do this properly, (and considering the growing popularity and talk surrounding the “smartwatch”), I’ve thus gone ahead and created …
Yes, T-Mobile USA has (finally) landed Apple’s iPhone.
As noted by Neowin (via iClarified), a new build of Microsoft Windows 8 has reportedly leaked online. Codenamed ‘Windows Blue’, and thought to be the upcoming version of company’s widely-used operating system, according to the report the partner build of the OS was originally leaked in its 32-bit flavor and …
Sticking with the subject of security flaws, Russian security firm Doctor Web is reporting this afternoon that a new trojan horse – named ‘Trojan.Yontoo.1’ – has been discovered this week. What’s more interesting, though, is that the trojan is specifically said to infect OS X systems through the web browser.