Apple continues to give away freebies via its Apple Store app, and this time they want to help you keep that New Year’s resolution you made about getting in better shape. (Yeah, you remember that one…)
Chinese electronics and appliance maker Haier is the first in its industry to announce a smart appliance with Apple’s Made for iPhone/iPod/iPad (MFi) certification. The company made the announcement at CES 2014.
Recently, we told you how you could set up custom vibration alerts in iOS 7. This can be useful for people that keep their iPhone on silent – you can tell exactly what sort of notification your iPhone is trying to give you without having to even so much as remove it from your pocket! Today, we take it to the next level.
In the Spring of 2013 we had some fun with analyst Brian White’s claim of an “iRing” that would be used to control the Apple television set that he was predicting would soon be on its way. It turns out he was right about an “iRing.”
ZAGG always has some cool things to introduce at CES, and this year is no exception, as the company is introducing a new line of portable batteries and power products, alongside the introduction of invisibleSHIELD On Demand, and invisibleSHIELD GLASS.
Many predicted this year’s CES show would be all about “wearable technology.” Well, OhMiBod’s blueMotion massager ($129) is definitely wearable tech. The kind that you wear, um… Down there…
Apple has released iOS 7.1 Beta 3 to developers. The new release looks to have fixed numerous bugs, inching just that much closer to public release.
inMarket today begins rolling out iBeacons to its grocery stores, including Safeway and Giant Eagle locations in Seattle, San Francisco, and Cleveland. The Bluetooth LE beacons will be installed at the entryway of over 200 stores in the near future.
Pebble has announced the release of a new member of the Pebble family, the $249 “Pebble Steel.” The new smartwatch, is made of forged and CNC-machined stainless steel. The company also announced their Pebble appstore will open in late January.
In the wake of previous iOS 7 compatible game controller releases from Logitech and MOGA, gaming peripheral company SteelSeries has announced its Stratus iOS 7 gaming controller. Breaking rank with Logitech and MOGA’s offerings, the Stratus does not connect directly to the iOS device, but instead connects wirelessly via Bluetooth.
Seagate has announced the second generation of its Seagate Backup Plus external storage drive at CES 2014. The Seagate Backup Plus Slim offers a USB 3.0 connection, and can store up to 2TB.
LaCie has announced the Fuel, a wireless 1TB wireless hard drive that is designed to work with your Mac and iOS devices to allow streaming of media content from the Fuel to your devices.
Cats everywhere will have to start sleeping with both eyes open, as toy robot ball maker Sphero has announced the Sphero 2B, a $100 smartphone accessory/robot that will be controlled wirelessly from an iOS or Android app. The new kitty terror will be available in the fall.
Day 10 of Apple’s “12 Days of Gifts” promotion take us on a trip to a popular destination for preschoolers everywhere: Sesame Street.
Scanner Pro by Readdle has the honor of being the first iOS app honored as the free iTunes App of the Week for 2014. The app turns your iPhone and iPad into a portable scanner, allowing you to scan receipts, whiteboards, notes, and even multi-page documents.
While we don’t usually endorse jailbreaking your iOS device, especially one that would still be under warranty, such as the iPhone 5s, we have to admit that a tweak for the recent iOS 7 jailbreak does add some nice functionality for the iPhone 5s’s Touch ID sensor.