While I love listening to music via headphones, I do find headsets of the corded variety just get in my way, no matter what I do. Enter the Rokit Boost Swage 2 Headphones, a capable Bluetooth headset that ably reproduces music, while also allowing you to take or make a phone call using the built-in microphone.
The developer of the addictive game “Flappy Bird” Dong Nguyen says he pulled the game from the App Store because playing the game was so addictive the it became “a problem.”
Apple has launched its iTunes Radio music streaming service in its first non-U.S. market, as the service debuts today in Australia.
Chevrolet’s new “The Connected Chevrolet Equinox” commercial shows off the Equinox’s Siri Eyes Free integration. It also demonstrates why it’s a good idea not to have Siri read your texts to you while your significant other is in the car with you…
“Flappy Bird,” the simple, yet frustrating iOS game that took the App Store by storm has been removed from the App Store, as previously promised by developer Dong Nguyen. While Mr. Nguyen claims he withdrew it voluntarily, at least one website reports it may have been pulled by Apple following complaints from game maker Nintendo.
A report today says that Apple is prepping iOS 7.1, the first significant update for Apple’s iOS since iOS 7, for a March release.
Remember when your parents told you that playing video games would never lead to anything good? Well, in at least one case, they were wrong. This way comes British charity Cancer Research UK’s game, Genes in Space, the intergalactic flight game for iOS that uses your in-game activity to search out patterns in DNA microarray data in the fight against cancer.
Two weeks after the previous beta, Apple has released iOS 7.1 Beta 5 to developers. No word on what the new beta addresses, but we’ll keep our eyes open and let you know what info comes to light.
Our friends at CatPig Studios Inc. tell us they’ve updated their already excellent Internet radio player, Radium for Mac, to version 3.0.6. Improvements include a “proper app icon,” (they seem really proud of that one), Facebook sharing, and of course, the ever popular “stability and performance improvements.”
“It’s time to explore the Pebble appstore.” With those words, smartwatch maker Pebble has opened its long-anticipated appstore – The very first open platform for sharing apps optimized for wearables.
While I enjoy looking at various forms of art, I don’t have a lot of time or money to spend in museums or art galleries. Ether Gallery has been created to showcase the work of artists and sculptors to users like myself.
Apple is reportedly developing a new app called “Healthbook” to be released alongside iOS 8 that collects information about a users health, which will include fitness statistics from the M7 processor, and possibly from a new wearable product.
Are you going to be stuck at work, or some other similarly blah place while the Super Bowl is on this Sunday? Fear not, oh intrepid football fan! The Fox Sports Go app has got you covered. Well, as long as you have an Internet connection. And an iPad… You’ll need an iPad too…
Sony has released their first update to their PlayStation App. The app, the official iOS companion app to the PlayStation 4, was released last November. The app can be used as a second-screen app alongside the PS4, and as a social networking hub for PS4 players.
Following the surprisingly successful attempt by Candy Crush developer King.com to trademark the word “candy” in Europe, Apple is being buried in sweets! Sweet, sweet, candy titled games that is!
MacRumors reports that a source familiar with the project says that Major League Baseball will be rolling out thousands of iBeacons in ballparks around the country before opening day of the baseball season.