When imagining the future, it’s easy to project present trends onto that future. Since multitouch displays are everywhere today, our conceptual fantasies often look like Corning’s A Day Made of Glass—where everything is a multitouch device.
They say the best camera is the one that you have with you. And in most cases these days, that’s become the camera inside your smartphone. The iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S already have great cameras—some of the best on any smartphones out there.
Facebook tends to be tight-lipped about its projects until it’s ready to share them with the world, but early versions of what may be the Facebook Messenger for iPad app as well as a new video-chat-enabled version of the Facebook Messenger iPhone app appear to have leaked.
Zenprise®, Inc., the leader in secure Mobile Device Management (MDM) today announced Sprint has selected Zenprise MobileManager™ to power the Sprint Device Management Solution. Sprint Device Management is part of the Sprint Professional Mobility Services portfolio, a suite of professional and managed services designed to help businesses simplify management across a mix of mobile devices and applications.
Complementing the latest trailer for the July 3 release of The Amazing Spider-Man feature film reboot, Sony Pictures Entertainment has launched The Amazing Spider-Man AR, a free augmented reality, 3D app experience based on the movie.
The new Apple TV eats near-Blu-ray quality X.264 video for breakfast—but when it comes to audio, the device is a picky one. With AirPlay streaming, on the other hand, audio is much more flexible than video. What’s going on inside the diminutive media player, and what should those of us doing our own audio/video encoding keep in mind?
In case those RX receivers we saw last month weren’t powerful enough for you, Yamaha’s unleashing a couple of new beasts that may just meet all of your home entertainment demands. Similar to its V573 and V473 siblings, the RX-V773WA and RX-V673 are AirPlay-friendly and pack a 4K passthrough feature—though, these also carry some PT action in 3D.
Question from today’s Hardware 2.0 mailbox: “I’m looking for a really good set of earphones for my iPhone. Have you got any suggestions?”
Since no budget is defined, I’ve listed what I believe are the best earphones ranging from $10 all the way up to $600. All the earphones listed are fully compatible with the iPhone 4S, iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS, and all iPad models.
Yesterday, I had one of the most unpleasant experiences of my life when I was mugged at knife point in broad daylight just metres from my front door. But I learnt a lot about how I could have allowed the police to better respond to a crime like this, and the actions that I needed to take to ensure my data was safe.
We’ve been hearing a lot about Liquidmetal lately, mostly because of rumors that Apple could be using the alloy in its next iPhone. But what exactly is Liquidmetal? What makes it so special that Apple decided to license the rights to use it in its products?
There are any number of apps that can help you pinpoint a friend’s location, but they all have one thing in common: they require that friend to have the same app installed and running, and usually to sign up with YAS (Yet Another Service).
Children fighting cancer have to deal with chemotherapy, hair loss and hospital stays. Now, an iOS app is taking a bit of the load off their shoulders by making pain diaries — the daily log of their experience with the disease — easier to manage.
A big 95 percent sell-off of one’s stake in a company might indicate said person had some sort of scary insider information about the company’s impending implosion. But from the looks of it, Apple Senior Vice President Scott Forstall made his $38.7 million deal not because he plans on leaving a doomed company.
A young Steve Jobs and other early Apple executives appear in a previously unreleased internal sales video for the Macintosh, circa 1984. A rare, internal video that Apple originally aired during its 1984 international sales conference has been put online.
There’s an old saying that the best camera is the one that’s with you. If you believe that, my iPhone camera is usually my best camera. Don’t get me wrong. I love my digital SLR, a Canon EOS T2i, but it’s big and bulky and I rarely have it with me. My iPhone, on the other hand, is almost always in my pocket if it’s not in my hand.
The MicroStylus is a micro capacitive touch screen stylus that plugs into your iPhone’s headphone jack for storage. This micro mini capacitive stylus touch screen pen, is not only stylish but it is also highly sensitive when used on your touch screen.
When Apple announced the details about the 2012 Worldwide Developers Conference on Wednesday, it set tongues wagging – or, more accurately, keyboards clicking – all across the internet. While Apple’s announcement all but confirmed that iOS 6 would be announced (just as iOS 5 was announced at WWDC 2011), there was speculation about what else Apple might have up its sleeve. An iPad Mini? An iTV? The iPhone 5 (or iPhone 6 or, most likely, “new iPhone”)?
I’ve been developing a new tweak for iPads called Quasar. Quasar is a tweak that allows you to run your apps in windows in your iPad. Just like in a window-based operating system, you can resize, move, close or full-screen windows. Quasar is available in Cydia Store for US$9.99.