iPhone chipmaking partner Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. has revealed that it may soon take first place in the continuing race to make smaller and more efficient processors, as it says it is on-track to mass produce its first 10-nanometer FinFET processors by early 2017.
Rovio is finally releasing the official sequel, “Angry Birds 2.” (You know it’s an official sequel, because it contains the number “2” in the title.)
Fitness tracker-maker Misfit on Thursday unveiled a new $20 Flash Link activity tracker, as well as a new Misfit Link app. The company also announced price reductions for their popular Misfit Flash and Shine activity trackers.
Apple on Tuesday seeded beta 1 of iOS 8.4.1 to developers for testing. The new seed comes just two weeks after the public release of iOS 8.4.
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The Pixelmator Team has updated their popular Pixelmator for iOS app. Version 2.0 offer a new Dynamic Touch feature, which lets users adjust the stroke size of all of the app’s retouch tools without changing the brush settings.
Apple Pay debuted in the United Kingdom on Tuesday, and there was at least one hitch. HSBC customers found that they are unable to use the mobile payments service, despite the banks status as an official launch partner.
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The Internet is running out of standard 32-bit IPv4 addresses, and the switch to the 128-bit IPv6 format has been underway for awhile.
If you’re one of the lucky baseball fans who have tickets to this year’s MLB All-Star game in Cincinnati, Ohio on July 14th, you’ll be glad to know you can pay for your concessions and souvenirs via Apple Pay.
Apple released public betas of both iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan on Thursday. Apple had announced at WWDC 2015 last month that public betas of both of its operating systems would be made available sometime this month.
Beat 3 of iOS 9 adds the revamped Music app – which includes Apple Music – the long-awaited News app, a revamped two-factor authentication system, and several other tweaks and features.
Apple on Wednesday seeded the third beta of iOS 9 to developers for testing. The beta comes just over two weeks after the release of beta 2.
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Fans of third-party keyboard will be glad to know that Flesky has announced that it will be making its popular iOS and Android keyboard free forever, from this date forward.
Apple seems to have hit on an excellent way to drive early adoption of its iOS 8.4 update: Include a must have feature like Apple Music.