It’s no secret that Apple is now a much bigger company than the company we knew many years ago — huge successes such as the iPhone, iPad and even in its computer line has made Apple more successful than it’s ever been. But just how big, is Apple compared to [...]Read More »
Nobody likes to feel like the dumbest person in the room. But when science news breaks, those of us who don’t have a solid background in cutting edge science can feel utterly lost. If you feel out of the loop when it comes to the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), CERN [...]Read More »
The simplest puzzles are often the best. Rubik’s Cubes, Sudoku, Tetris…there’s something so satisfying about solving these simple challenges. Now, you can add one more game to that list: Help Out, an iPhone puzzle game developed by Incredible App! Whether you want to train your brain, or find a [...]Read More »
Anyone that has taken an elementary-level Sociology or Psychology knows, among other things, there are two basic types of perceptions of people; perceptions people have of themselves and perceptions people have of others. Generally, unless you are suffering from depression or something similar, people have a more positive perception of [...]Read More »
Apple planning to launch a larger, low-cost iPhone later this year… for as low as $99 (no contract)?
Rumors of Apple launching a low-cost version of the iPhone have been around for quite some time now, but they’ve always focused on the device being smaller than its original counterpart — an iPhone nano, if you will. Digitimes, however, is reporting that we might see the exact opposite [...]Read More »
Okay, let’s be honest: nobody likes cleaning. But when you take a “life hack” approach to chore, even cleaning can be kind of fun. Household Tips & Tricks is packed with tons of these clever hacks, with info on everything from how to get gum out of someone’s hair to [...]Read More »
Apple sometimes gets a lot of flak for what they deem can and cannot be on their App Store. Sometimes it’s understandable and sometimes it’s just downright head-scratchingly baffling.The news of a game that deals with the current conflict in Syria getting banned might fall somewhere around the middle, I [...]Read More »
Sometimes, the apps we loved a year ago are the apps we ignore today. About a year ago, I was really big into an app called Wander, which pairs up users with “virtual guides” from all over the world. You are matched up with your guide for seven days. [...]Read More »
With the iPhone 5 selling over 50 million units just in the last quarter alone, you’d think it was the top smartphone on the market, right? Consumer Reports doesn’t seem to think so.
The magazine has been bringing reviews for almost 80 years now, so their opinion carries a lot [...]Read More »
They say “the journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” But keeping your momentum up on that journey can be pretty hard. I read a news article the other day that said most New Year’s resolutions are given up by January 9th. If you want to keep [...]Read More »
More and more people are coming around to the “Buy Local” lifestyle, demanding thing like locally-produced vegetables and locally-roasted coffee, whenever possible. The next logical extension of the “Buy Local” mentality is to focus on other goods and services from local business owners. To that end, Zaarly aims to provide [...]Read More »
Now this is definitely one of the stranger bugs we’ll come across. A bug in Google’s text-to-speech engine that affects the Google Now and Google Translate services causes it to add the phrase “he now praises the iPad” to sentences ending with “end with,” “enraged with,” and “filled with.”
The [...]Read More »
If you’ve never used Apple’s Find My iPhone app, then good for you — I’m glad you’ve never needed to. But for those of us who’ve used it to locate a misplaced or even stolen phone, it’s a godsend. A musician named Nadav Nirenberg, however, shows us how to really [...]Read More »
If you are in a profession where you meet with multiple clients throughout the day, good appointment management may be your biggest concern. iSession is an iPhone app developed by Spud Pickles to help users manage their busy appointment book. Targeted towards professionals like psychologists, estheticians, and physical therapists, iSession [...]Read More »
[iPhone] Airports by TravelNerd provides maps, terminal info, food options, and more about major airports in the world
When people plan a trip to a new city, they spend hours looking up the best places to eat, stay, and visit. But more people would have a better overall travel experience if they spent as much time researching the airports that they travel through as thoroughly as the cities [...]Read More »
Looks like the iPod Touch won’t be the only iOS device to come in different colors, with the iPhone rumored to join it when it gets upgraded this year. Topeka Capital Markets analyst Brian White has issued a report saying that Apple will not only include the option of color [...]Read More »
If you’re passionate about technology, then you may know that solar activity can have a potentially disastrous effect on all kinds of tech, from radios to navigation equipment to infrastructure. Given the fact that solar activity is supposed to peak during 2013, more and more people are getting interested in [...]Read More »
For the first time in 20 years, New York City’s annual crime rate is about to go up. Who does NY Mayor Michael Bloomberg believe is responsible for this? Why, Apple of course.
Well, not Apple directly but some people who really really want their Apple products. There has been [...]Read More »
Foxconn’s factories have long been criticized for poor working conditions, dragging its associated companies like Apple along with them. A New York Times report published a year ago detailed the poor conditions at Foxconn, and a follow-up report has revealed that things have improved since then.
In an effort to [...]Read More »
While everyone in Paris (and the rest of the world) was celebrating the new year, some thieves decided that it was the perfect time to rob an Apple Store. But not just any ordinary robbery, this one involved masked men, guns, a getaway truck and over $1 million worth of [...]Read More »
Were you one of the tens of thousands that backed the Pebble Watch (pictured above) on Kickstarter? Well, congrats because it looks like Apple and Intel have taken the hint.
With more than $10,000,000 pledged over the initial asking price of $100,000, it’s not secret now that there’s an untapped [...]Read More »
We all know that the folks at Apple are hard at work on the next iPhone and iOS, and signs of that have finally begun to trickle out of Cupertino.
Quite literally in fact, because app developers are beginning to see usage logs referencing an unreleased iPhone and version of [...]Read More »
Looking for a new game that’s as fresh as 2013? Good news: Dark Strokes: Sins of the Fathers Collector’s Edition, developed by Big Fish Games, Inc., is a brand new hidden object game you might wanna check out. This new title may be just the lazy game you’ll want [...]Read More »
While there are many legitimate reasons for jailbreaking your iPhone, one of the more popular things to do with a jailbroken device was install pirated apps on it. And for pirated iOS apps, there was no better place to go than Hackulous, the community and website behind the Installous app. [...]Read More »
Happy 2013, everyone! Did you make a New Year’s resolution this year? Chances are, if you did set a goal for yourself this year, it’s got something to do with fitness. In the spirit of helping you stay on track with your New Year’s goal, here’s a handy app that [...]Read More »
Photographs always make us feel nostalgic, no matter how old we are. So it’s no surprise that many photo apps try and bring an analog feel into their design. One app that does this quite well is Photo Table, developed by Paul Solt. This app mimics the feel of [...]Read More »
iEncryptText is an iPhone app developed by Idan Sheetrit. Perfect for sending confidential emails or messages to colleagues or friends, this handy app makes you feel like a secret agent. Currently on sale for free, the app normally costs 99 cents. However, it does have some drawbacks. We’ll get to [...]Read More »
Sometimes, I poke around the App Store and find hidden gems. Other times, however, the old apps I manage to turn up are out of date, poorly designed, or both. Army Knife Basic 3-in-1 is one of the latter types of apps. Developed by reduxsoft, this “multi-functional” app is pretty [...]Read More »
One of the best parts of gaming is the holiday sales, its the best time to pick up those games you may have been eyeing but could never justify putting down the cash for. If those games happen made by Gameloft, there will probably be no better time to splurge [...]Read More »
I live in my email, and the easiest way for me to remind myself about an article I want to read, or a project I need to start working on, is to send myself an email. I know, I know: I could be using the Reminder app on my phone, [...]Read More »
When in Japan during the new year, you’ll notice that many retailers will offer mystery bags for purchase — bags that contain a random assortment of products from that retailer, often at a big discount. Turns out that even some of the biggest companies participate in this yearly tradition, and [...]Read More »
Do you know what I find myself Googling most often? No, it isn’t “When is the next season of ‘Game of Thrones’ premiering?” It’s usually a query about when a certain event or holiday will next take place, like “When is Daylight Savings time?” or “What day of the week [...]Read More »
Facebook has released Poke on the App Store, a new messaging app that lets users ‘Poke’ other users on iPhone with self-destructing messages. The app is essentially the same as Snapchat, but with the Poke branding brought in from Facebook. The app allows you to set messages to expire in [...]Read More »
Just got a brand new iPad 4 for Christmas? Looks like that shiny new tablet might be updated in only 3 months, if rumors prove to be true. MacRumors is reporting that a 5th generation iPad may be released as soon as this March, 2013.
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There’s nothing worse than having a relaxing night out with your friends, only to have everyone tense up once the check hits the table. Take the stress out of divying up the bill with Divyit, an iPhone app developed by DC Software Arts.[...]
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