Tuesday, October 22, 2013
With the words “mobile security” sounding more and more like an oxymoron these days, not to mention, grabbing headlines around the world, secure-file sharing mobile app Lockbox boasts a solution the company guarantees can’t be broken by the NSA, or even the people at Lockbox themselves.
Read more www.insidemobileapps.com
Pedometer++ is an app for iOS that uses the new M7 motion co-processor in the iPhone 5s to dynamically track users’ steps in a day or week. The app is currently available to download for free from the iTunes App Store.
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Monday, October 21, 2013
Siri has the option of using Wolfram Alpha, a computational knowledge engine, to help source answers to your queries. It allows the software to pull specific answers to specific questions without having to just provide you a list of Googled websites. Recently, Wolfram Alpha added a wealth of Pokémon data to its database.
Reda more www.gameinformer.com
In previous articles about Apple’s (AAPL) iPhone, I had postulated that Apple was doing the right thing in their recent iPhone game plan - coming up with a phone that’s for the “premium” Apple users, and one that “the rest of us” could afford with the newly launched iPhone 5C.
Read more seekingalpha.com
Olloclip will let you take better pictures with your iPhones and iPods with its new attachable 4-in-1 lens. It is a very cool attachment that weighs less than an ounce and turns your iOS device into a high-quality camera.
Read more venturebeat.com
Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Additional Chevrolet vehicles are now available with Siri, including the Volt. Chevrolet also announced that additional vehicles with Chevrolet MyLink will be available with Siri Eyes Free Integration, Apple’s assistant.
Read more www.hybridcars.com
I cannot begin to explain the process in which apps are created but I can explain how they are published and the steps that are taken to ensure that the app is secure and work correctly. iPhone and Android have a war going on between each other which turns out pretty well for the average app developer as he has two platforms available to market his app on. The difference between the two? iPhone is almost impossible to market on, why is that? Let’s take a look at Jane.
Read more www.cecbridge.com
Jeff recently told you about a nice little web app which lets you quickly check iPhone 5s stock and now word comes of another stock-tracking software. Found at http://www.stock5s.com, this one monitors the handset’s availability from online vendors across the world, including the online Apple Store and a number of carrier stores.
Read more www.idownloadblog.com
Apple has offered online trade-ins for the last few years, and now it’s bringing its in-store version across the pond to the UK. The fruity phone flinger is letting customers wander into one of the company’s retail outlets, drop off their elderly hardware and walk out with credit for a replacement.
Read more www.engadget.com
Wednesday, October 02, 2013
iPhone owners have been experiencing iOS 7 iMessage problems after installing the new update and after upgrading to iOS 7.0.2, the most current version of iOS. Fortunately, there appears to be a simple fix for those are suffering from iMessage issues within Apple’s new iOS 7 update for the iPhone.
Read more www.gottabemobile.com
You know what’s better than meat? The smell of meat. That is, should you be a carnivore. And if you are and can’t afford proper meat, there’s a Japanese gadget for you.
Read more kotaku.com
Friday, September 27, 2013
iOS 7.0.2 is has started making its way out there, and it fixes that embarrassing lockscreen exploit we saw last week. Phew! And, as a bonus, it also reintroduces Greek language options for passcode entry!
Read more gizmodo.com
Apple [AAPL] continues to woo customers across from Android. For the thousands who just picked up an iPhone who used to use an Android device here’s a little info to help you migrate your digital existence.
Read more blogs.computerworld.com
I live in New York City, and at least once a day I see someone on the subway using an iPhone with a shattered screen. Sure, at least it’s still working, but I couldn’t live like that. I’d be terrified of tapping too hard and dislodging a microscopic fleck of glass into my fingertip.
Read more gigaom.com
Thursday, September 26, 2013
We really didn’t want to write another Apple iOS 7 story. With two lockscreen holes and a fingerprint sensor that can be fooled with woodglue, we thought we’d given diehard iPhone fans a horse that was already dangerously high enough for them not to get down from. [I think you have mixed more than a metaphor there, Ed.]
Continue reading nakedsecurity.sophos.com
Wednesday, September 25, 2013
When Apple mentioned the M7 co-processor inside the new iPhone 5s, it only told us what the potential was. Now, there’s an exercise tracking app that takes advantage of it and helps bring improved battery life in the app.
Read more gigaom.com
Saturday, September 21, 2013
A new security bug discovered by Karam Daoud and reported by Forbes allows anyone to make a phone call from the lockscreen of an iPhone running iOS 7. The hack takes advantage of a flaw in the emergency calling system that lets you make phone calls to 911 when you are in trouble. You can replicate the exploit yourself if you have an iPhone running iOS 7.
You got a new iPhone! Maybe it’s a thumbprint-reading 5s or a pastel rainbow 5c. Either way, what now? Here’s what you need to get started with your new iPhone, whether you’re a first-timer or an iOS pro.
Read more www.gizmodo.com.au
When Apple announced the specs of the iPhone 5s a little over a week ago, it sounded like it would be a very forward-thinking device capable of some impressive graphical feats, and early benchmarks showed that.
Read more toucharcade.com
We just ran benchmarks on Apple’s new iPhone 5S, revealing that, yup, this is the dopest smartphone silicon ever made. This thing freaking churns, crushing every other smartphone out there on both computational power and graphics.
Read more gizmodo.com