Doctors recommend that we drink eight glasses of water a day. I don’t drink that much, do you? If only there were something available that would track how much water we drink and remind us when we weren’t drinking enough. Enter 8Cups.
Apple Pay is showing some nice early adoption numbers, as a new TG Investment Research Report on Mobile Payments indicates Apple’s new baby handled a total of 1% of digital payment dollars during November.
A complaint filed by the United States Federal Trade Commission against T-Mobile back in July has been settled. The FTC had charged the carrier with “cramming”, which is knowingly charging customers for unauthorized SMS subscriptions for prices up to $9.99.
It’s time for another great #Friday5 giveaway on MacTrast! For this giveaway, we’re teaming up again with the fantastic folks over at Plasq, and this time we’re giving away 5 copies of Comic Life 3 for Mac! Cool huh? But wait, there’s more… one winner out of the lucky five will also pocket a $20 iTunes voucher! KAPOW!
CalDigit is looking to shake up the Mac Thunderbolt docking hub market with the announcement today of their Thunderbolt Station 2 docking hub that is aggressively priced at $169.99 for pre-orders. (The price will be $199.99 at release.)
The latest update to the Watch ABC app on Apple TV brings access to full-length episodes of ABC shows one week after they air, even to users who don’t log in with TV provider credentials.
Good news if you’re looking to put an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus under the tree this Christmas. Apple store shipping estimates for both the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus in the 16GB and 64GB models of both devices, including all colors and carriers, have slipped to one business day.
A memo sent to Apple employees by executive Jeff Williams says that both he and Apple CEO Tim Cook are “deeply offended” by “Apple’s Broken Promises,” a report that aired last night on the BBC. The report alleges Apple that Apple does nothing to prevent the mistreatment of workers in its supply chain.
While the BBC’s documentary profiling working conditions in Apple’s product supply chain, “Apple’s Broken Promises,” is set to air tonight, BBC News has published a story highlighting what was discovered in visits to Pegatron factories in China, and tin mines in Indonesia.
Apple CEO Tim Cook, who only recently came out as gay, has made a “generous personal financial investment” in the Human Rights Campaign’s Project One America campaign.
Ever wonder how Apple started, and how it got to where it is today? Here’s a little middle of the day viewing for you. The history of Apple in just three minutes.
Apple seeded iOS 8.2 Beta 3 (build 12D5452a) to developers on Thursday. Apple also released Xcode 6.2 Beta 3 With WatchKit.
Following the attack by hackers, Sony Pictures is “stuck in 1992.” A source inside Sony tells TechCrunch that the squeal of the fax machine, and the low murmur of co-workers that are now forced to speak face-to-face have replaced the sound of incoming email and text messages. However, iOS and Mac users have fared better.
As a little bit of extra holiday fun, you can now dress up your SwiftKey keyboard up for the holidays! SwiftKey has updated their custom keyboard for iOS 8 to include a holiday theme.
Jimmy Fallon celebrated the holiday season by giving every member of his studio audience a free iPad Air 2 during Wednesday’s taping of The Tonight Show.
Amazon has announced the kickoff of their new Prime Now delivery service. The new service, launching today in select areas of Manhattan, promises one hour delivery of “daily essentials.” The company plans to offer Prime Now to more cities in 2015.