A study of more than 200 billion ads on Facebook shows mobile ads on the iPhone generate 1,790% more return on investment than ads do on the Android platform.
Anki Drive, the iOS-powered real world remote control racing set is ready for its debut at Apple Stores on October 23rd. The starter set will be available for $199.
Nike has introduced their second-generation Fuelband fitness device: Nike+ FuelBand SE. While, other than new color accents, the new band looks almost exactly like its predecessor, its guts have seen numerous improvements.
A new report from Fixya shows Safari is the most usable of all mobile browsers. The iOS based mobile browser had a usability score of 1.31, tromping the stock Android browser, Opera, Google Chrome, and Internet Explorer.
General Motors has announced they’ll be adding support for Siri Eyes Free in several of their car models for the 2014 model year. Models included are: The 2014 Chevrolet Camaro, Volt, Malibu, SS, Cruze and Equinox via the Chevrolet MyLink service.
Momentage, LLC announced the release of its “Momentage” app today. The new iOS app “reinvents” photo and video sharing via social media by allowing users to craft and experience moments.
Fun filters, new camera features and basic editing tools provide avid iPhone camera users with the opportunity to take and create stellar photos. PROCAMERA, $0.99 in the App Store, offers not only filters and great editing tools, it even features a night camera for those tough-to-capture shots!
In a definite departure from their previous Angry Birds games, Rovio looks to be making a move into Mario Kart territory with their new “Angry Birds Go!” franchise. The company debuted the game’s website and a preview video to the public today.
Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch. This week, we feature a complete package of Mavericks inspired wallpapers. With the newest operating system just around the corner, it is…
Among the more useful new features in iOS 7 is the ability to make audio-only FaceTime calls over WiFi or 4G – which can be extremely handy if you frequently talk to people in other countries, saving you tons of cash on international calling. Even better, making a FaceTime audio call is as simple as can be!
Arguably one of the very best new features in iOS 7 is the long-awaited ability to block unwanted phone calls, FaceTime prompts, and Messages on your iPhone or iPad. I cannot tell yu how many times I’ve wished I could do this in the past – and now, it’s not only possible…but as easy as making a few taps on your screen!
Apple’s new iOS 7 platform may have garnered a few complaints in the design department, especially as long-time users are still adjusting to Jony Ive’s design overhaul – but according to the latest data from Pfeiffer Consulting, iOS 7 dominates the competition in an even more critical area: The user experience.
Not satisfied with Siri’s voice on your iPhone? Want to hear what happens when Siri gets a gender change? Siri’s voice can be changed back and forth from male to female. Here’s how it’s done. In iOS 7, it’s easier to do this than ever before!
Yahoo has released a completely redesigned Yahoo Mail app for iOS. The update includes an iOS 7 look, plus new features like “Conversations,” “Themes,” enhanced email forwarding and filtering features, disposable email addresses, and access to a massive 1TB of storage space.
Now that Flickr has given you 1TB of free online storage, it apparently wants to help you fill that space up, as the latest update to the Flickr iOS app sports a new “Auto Upload” feature that save your images in their original resolution and then uploads them directly to your freshly minted storage space.
If you’re looking for a set of comfortable, well engineered, and well performing earphones, the RHA MA450i headphones just might be waht you’re looking for.