Wanna know how Santa’s coming along with all those gifts tonight? Here are a few ways that how you can use your Mac, iPhone, or iPad (and other platforms, of course) to keep track of the big guy tonight!
Apple has posted videos and slides from its iOS 7 Tech Talks conferences. The talks recently ended their tour in London, following a two-month, six-city tour.
The moment many iOS 7 users have been waiting 4 has finally arrived. In a surprise announcement on Sunday (and just in time for the holidays), the Evasion team has released the first untethered jailbreak for iOS 7. The update is compatible with any and all iOS devices running iOS 7 firmwares up to 7.0.4.
Did you ever wonder what your friends, family and acquaintances really thought about you? Or, did you ever wonder what that new guy or gal in your life was really like? Enter Tittat – The app that allows you to see what others think of you and others, and even allows you to anonymously enter comments about those you’ve encountered.
Continuing their aggressive push to encourage developers to fully support the latest iOS 7 firmware in their apps, Apple posted a new notice to developers yesterday announcing that all new apps and updates submitted after February 1st of next year must be optimized for iOS 7. Failure to comply will result in Apple denying the update outright.
Award winning developer Lipa Learning has lunched a line of game-based learning apps for kids for use with the iPad and iPhone. Each month, the company will be offering one of their educational games free in the App Store.
Apple has finally added the ability to gift ebooks to others through the iBookstore. While iTunes users have long been allowed to gift songs, movies, apps and such to others, the ability to gift ebooks has been lacking from Apple’s online ebook marketplace.
Apple has announced their “Best of 2013″ list, honoring songs, books, apps, movies, TV shows, and podcasts that they say were the best among those released in 2013.
Frills – Guess words with friends offers 5 free charades decks to play with, including Household Stuff, Movies, Super Heroes, Famous Brands, and Friends.
Christmas came early for those who have the Apple “12 Days of Gifts” app installed on their iOS devices, as Sunday saw Apple give a preview gift to its customers.
Don’t underestimate the security of your smartphone. Here are 4 important but easy security tips to secure your iPhone, or iPad.
In today’s world, parents are certainly in the right to be worried about handing their child any sort of smartphone or tablet, even an iOS device. There’s a lot of scary and inappropriate stuff out there! Fortunately, Apple provides a number of ways to keep bad content away while still allowing your child to use an iOS device.
SMB email management company Intermedia says 190,000 iPhones and iPads were activated on its network in the first ten months of 2013, while a mere 29,000 devices activations were tallied for second place Samsung.
After what has seemed like an eternity since the first iOS 7.1 beta (nearly 4 weeks – an unusually long span in the iOS beta release timeframe), Apple has finally released the second beta of iOS 7.1 to developers. The first beta included a number of bug fixes, a new Yahoo logo, fixes for some connection issues.
Evernote for iOS gets an update today, and version 7.2.0 sports a new Business Card mode that allows you to scan business cards with your device’s camera, turns it into an editable contact note, connects to LinkedIn, and will even automatically send your contact information to your new contact. Nice.
Pebble, makers of the popular Pebble smartwatch, have announced the release of the version 1.14 firmware for their popular piece of wearable technology.