Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Recently, I wrote an article titled “What if the Vita had an Apple logo instead of Sony’s?” Some readers didn’t appreciate that I’d talked about the Vita in the context of Apple or as one reader put it, “Damn, CNET has to talk about Apple all the time???”
Worse yet, another reader chillingly removed us from his Google home page, stating that our articles don’t have enough “variety and range” for him anymore.
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You know the scenario: Girl walks home alone at night, encounters a stranger danger, and protects herself with a portable pepper spray before making a run to safety. While it might be a good idea to have such protective tools handy, would you go as far as having it attached to your iPhone? Swiss manufacturer Piexon thinks you should.
Read more www.digitaltrends.com
The Rokstand™ V1 iPhone 4/4S and iPad stand by Rokform® is the ultimate combination of precision engineering and directed functionality. No other charging, displaying, viewing and storage solution even comes close.
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In the recent kerfuffle over the prevalence of the -webkit CSS prefix and the lack of corresponding prefixes for other browsers, we told you that the problem was with developers, not WebKit browsers. Instead of writing code that will work in any browser many developers are coding exclusively for WebKit and that’s a problem.
Read more www.webmonkey.com
Remember that “X-Files” episode when the guy had his own brother growing out of him as a detachable parasitic twin? You can get the same effect with your iPhone and a Mac thanks to the under-used SD card slot and a new Kickstarter project.
Read more news.cnet.com
Sunday, February 19, 2012
Months after Steve Jobs’ death, fans are still flocking to his home, sometimes by the busload, to pay homage to the Apple founder.
It’s a pilgrimage that thousands have made, some from as far away as Italy and Hong Kong. They also visit Jobs’ childhood home in nearby Los Altos, Calif., where he started Apple in the garage, and the Cupertino headquarters of the company that is now the world’s most valuable.
Read more www.baltimoresun.com
Perhaps you never imagined that your iPhone Apps can have a great role to play in helping you lead a healthy life. Believe me, it is true and many users have experienced this happy way to get in shape and enjoy a chance of staying hale and hearty. Of course, it is important that you seriously follow the tips and advice offered by these apps for they can only act as a guide, a friend, a trainer or a coach, but they cannot substitute you. The decision to exercise or not, eat or not and stay fit or not is ultimately only yours. Nevertheless, these apps simplify your goal of keeping you healthy and fit as long as you use them.
Read more www.techatlast.com
Most of us are desperately waiting to unlock their iPhone 4S. There has not been any software unlock as yet. But we do have hardware unlock like TPSIM interposer, but it’s not confirmed yet whether it really works. Well now we have another such SIM interposer which claims to unlock iPhone 4S and its called R-SIM.
Read more www.gizmoville.com
Saturday, February 18, 2012
iPhone App development has actually opened avenues to innovative principles together with knowledge to most factors in the flooring buisingess. When you start outsourcing jobs of iPad or iPhone on an hourly basis, you should recognize the requirement to grab the service of iPhone App Developer or iPad App Developer. It’s possible you’ll additionally hire iPhone App Developer on a fixed cost provided wants do understand without necessarily much more of analysis and advancement is basically essential.
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Thursday, February 16, 2012
Instant Upload will send your photos and videos to a private Google+ album where you can pick which ones you’ll share with the world
Read more www.macworld.co.uk
Cybercriminals are using a so-called “new iPhone” as the latest lure in an old scam to get the personal data of Internet users.
Security firm Sophos noted several instances of people getting a message that Apple is looking for “testers” for a supposed upcoming iPhone 5.
Read more www.gmanetwork.com
Apple moved to stem a privacy controversy over iPhone apps accessing users’ address books without permission and sending the private data to other computers.
The company will begin to require iPhone and iPad apps to seek ‘explicit approval’ before accessing users’ address book data.
Read more www.dailymail.co.uk
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
The UK is falling further and further behind as 4G LTE mobile networks roll out around the world. Have our telco giants left the door open for a new competitor to disrupt the market?
The fourth generation of cellular wireless networks will offer almost every compatible device in the world a big boost from the current 2G and 3G data speeds - equivalent to current fixed line broadband.
Read more www.cbronline.com
Family-friendly games and app developer Selectsoft has released the educational iOS app Sport Fishing Guide for the App Store. Sport Fishing Guide is a universal app for iPad(R) and iPhone(R) that introduces you to the world of sport fishing with the help of an experienced professional guide. Read along with the text as you watch the videos, then take a fun quiz to find out what you’ve learned. The app is available for just $2.99 on the App Store in the Sports category.
Family-friendly games and app developer Selectsoft has released the educational iOS app Fencing for Fun for the App Store. Fencing for Fun is a universal app for iPad and iPhone that will teach you the art of the ancient and noble sport of fencing. Learn the fundamentals of the sport from an expert as you follow along with step-by-step video lessons. Read along with the text as you watch the videos, then take a fun quiz to find out what you’ve learned. The app is available for just $2.99 on the App Store in the Sports category.
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Mike Trang likes to use his iPhone 4 as a GPS device, helping him get around in his job. Now and then, his younger cousins get ahold of it, and play some YouTube videos and games.
Read more www.tennessean.com
Gamers of the 80s and 90s are sure to be having flashbacks of their time spent playing Nintendo and Atari thanks to a new gaming controller for iOS and Android smartphones and tablets.
Read more www.pcmag.com
Once again, the age-old Web debate is rekindled: At what bitrate should you listen to music? Is a stream encoded at 128 kbps sufficient? 160? 320? Can an average listener even tell the difference?
Or, in other words, is Spotify’s newest update for its iOS app even necessary?
Read more www.pcmag.com
Apple’s iOS share of Web traffic is higher than Mac OS X’s, according to a study Chitika conducted across its online advertising network.
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iPhone 5 will be announced at Apple’s devcon in June. So what happens when a stock analyst says that he thinks Apple could announce iPhone 5 at its WorldWide Developers Conference this June?
Read more www.computerworld.com.au