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Sworkit Circuit Training and Yoga App Gets an Update

Posted on 08/08/2014 by Chris Hauk


Sworkit, the daily circuit training workouts and yoga app for the iPhone and iPad, has received an update. Both the free and “Pro” versions of the app received an update, receiving new videos, audio cues, reminders, new Pilates workouts, and more.


NFL Now App Goes Live on Apple TV, iOS Devices

Posted on 07/08/2014 by Chris Hauk


The NFL Now app has gone live on the Apple TV, iPhone, and iPad. The new app offers American Football fans personalized video streams and coverage of their favorite teams, players and coaches.


WSJ: Samsung SoC Profits Outlook Gloomy as Apple May Shift A8 Chip Production

Posted on 05/08/2014 by Chris Hauk

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Samsung has long been the sole supplier of Apple’s custom A-Series chips that power the Cupertino firm’s popular iPad and iPhone devices. However, a recent report from the Wall Street Journal says that is changing, as the South Korean firm has signaled that the outlook for its System on a Chip business is bleak.


Apple Seeds iOS 8 Beta 5 to Developers

Posted on 04/08/2014 by Chris Hauk


Apple has seeded Beta 5 of their iOS 8 mobile operating system to developers today. The new seed comes exactly two weeks following the release of the fourth beta.


Kickstarter of the Week: SSSSSpeaker: Sweet Sounds of Silicone

Posted on 04/08/2014 by Chris Hauk

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What would you say to a collapsable Bluetooth speaker that looks kind of like a badminton shuttlecock , comes in cool colors, and can be muted by simply turning it upside-down? Just smile and say “Hello SSSSSpeaker.” Our Kickstarter of the Week.


How To Use The iOS 7 Compass App

Posted on 23/07/2014 by Chris Hauk


With iOS 7, Apple updated most of the iPhone’s built-in apps with a sleeker, simplified look. One of the updated apps was the compass app. Formerly designed to resemble its real-world counterpart, the new Compass app is a study in sleek, black and white utilitarian design.


Apple Responds to iOS “Backdoors” Charges – Outlines Legitimate Uses for Services

Posted on 23/07/2014 by Chris Hauk

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Earlier this week saw forensic expert Jonathan Zdziarski disclose what he termed “backdoors” in iOS that could allow for nefarious data collection of information from users’ devices. In addition to an earlier statement denying any underhanded intentions, Apple has also posted a new support document offering a description of the three services highlighted by Zdziarski.


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