Dynamic Advances announced on Tuesday that Apple will pay it $24.9 million to settle a long-running lawsuit over a Siri-related patent the firm owns.
The mattress allegedly has motion-detection sensors built-in to the springs, that alert you via your smartphone to any, um, bouncing motions taking place on the mattress while you’re away.
If you have a great idea for a mobile app, but have no idea how to turn it into a real, working product, the 10 courses in the Complete Mobile App Developer Bundle will get you well on your way to realizing your dream!
If you make way too much use of the new Apple TV’ s “What did he just say?” feature, you might want to take a closer look at the Aftermaster Pro, which claims to be the world’s first “personal remastering device.”
Remember the bug that would brick an iOS device when the date on the device was set to January 1, 1970? While iOS 9.3 fixed that bug, researchers have found an offshoot of that bug that can remotely brick a device as soon as it connects to a Wi-Fi hotspot.
A Game Center bug that has afflicted iOS gamers since iOS 8 appears to have been fixed in the latest public beta of iOS 9.3.2. The bug involves Game Center launching as a blank white screen, crashing games to a white screen, and freezing the Settings app when Selecting Game Center’s options.
Are you tired of balancing your MacBook, iPhone, and iPad on your lap while traveling? The LapPad Mobile Desk will make sure you never need to perform an on-the-road lap juggling act ever again!
With Private Internet Access VPN 2-year subscription, the only gateways to the outside Internet are the ones you open.
What if you could have a MFi-Certified Lightning cable, and a tripod all in one handy unit? The Flexible Gooseneck MFi-Certified Lightning Cable keeps your charged and synced, and can double as a stand/tripod!
Apple has released the first betas of iOS 9.3.2 and OS X 10.11.5 to public beta testers, just one short day after they released the same builds to developers for testing.
FutureTap has released Streets 3 – The Street View App, an completely updated version of their popular iOS app that offers a 360 degree look at any location covered by Google Street View.
Apple on Wednesday seeded the first beta of iOS 9.3.2 and OS X 10.11.5 to developers for testing. The initial betas of both operating systems comes a bit over two weeks following the final releases of both iOS 9.3 and OS X 10.11.4.
Near Lock is a great little app that runs on late model Macs, iPhones, and the Apple Watch, and allows you to lock and unlock your Mac when your iPhone comes within a certain range. It works great, and for the next few days, Near Lock PRO is free!
One thing that has long bugged iOS owners is the inability to remove stock apps, such as Compass, Tips, and well… Stocks, from their devices. Some new iTunes metadata indicates that ability might be on the way soon.
Apple must consider the rollout of iOS 9.3.1 a success, as the company has stopped signing code for iOS 9.2.1. This prevents users from downgrading their devices to the older version of the operating system.
Apple has fixed an iOS 9.3.1 security vulnerability that allowed access to a user’s contacts and photos on a locked iPhone 6s/6s Plus via Siri. The flaw was patched server-side by Apple on Tuesday.