Australian airline Qantas has announced that it will be supplying iPads to its passengers on some of its Boeing 767 aircraft. The devices will give its customers access to over 200 hours of in-flight entertainment.
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How would you like to extend your iPhone and iPad’s data plan multiple times without forking over hard earned cash to your provider? Cue the revolutionary combination Onavo Extend app and service. Sounds too good to be true right? After my extensive testing over the past year plus, it’s true.
U.S. Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) and members of the Senate Judiciary Committee have introduced legislation to allow users to legally unlock their phones once their contract has been fulfilled.
In yet another continuation to Apple’s exhaustive testing for the upcoming OS X 10.8.3 update, Apple today seeded yet another build to developers today – their 14th build since testing began last November. The latest update comes just 6 days after the previous build, bears a build number of 12D78, and Apple again lists no known issues with the update.
Apple has added the mid-2007 Macbook and the 2005 PowerMac G5 to its list of ‘vintage’ machines, which means that Apple will no longer service them, except in California.
Business social networking goliath LinkedIn is reported to be in the late stages of talks to acquire popular newsreader Pulse in a deal worth “tens of millions.” The purchase is seen as part of a larger push by the network into content creation and consumption.
Web video provider Ooyala reports that two-thirds of all mobile-based traffic seen on its network originates from iOS devices, Android devices account for roughly half that much.
As Intel enters the world of chip contracting, a report says that the company could grab as much as 10% of Apple’s next-generation mobile chip orders.
AT&T has announced the BlackBerry Z10 will be available on March 22nd. Pre-orders begin today, March 12th. The Z10, which is already available in Canad, the UK, and 20 other countries, will run the Blackberry faithful $199.99 with a two-year contract.
Ethan Duggan was playing video games one afternoon after school. “My mom comes home and she has a bunch of dresses, like twenty,” he recalled. “She goes into her room, tries the dresses on, comes back to me, and says ‘How do I look?’ I say she looks great. Then I realized, I have a phone.”
Following a recent report that global music sales have finally increased for the first time in 15 years, Asymco sheds some light on the matter with a new report, revealing that Apple’s iTunes Store was the single most significant factor in that growth. In fact, the iTunes Store accounted for a massive 60% of all digital music revenues for all of 2012!
Apple began airing a pair of new iPhone ads last night, based on their recent series of iPad ads posted in February. The ads highlight a number of great apps available on the App Store, all using key words.
We live in a world of freelancers, independent contractors, and job seekers. Business cards are swapped at happy hour, at meetings, and out in the field, leading to a clutter of cards crammed into an already too full wallet. Business Cards Info (BCI) has developed an application that allows you to store business cards from contacts, or even create your own.
Apple has quietly rolled out an update to the iOS 6 Maps app in Japan, after initially revealing similar changes in iOS 6.1.1 beta 1 in February. The changes were made without requiring an iOS update, and include mostly relatively minor performance enhancements and tweaks.
As part of their South by Southwest promotion, Marvel has announced that it is giving away more than 700 of its No. 1 issues through its Marvel Comics iOS App, and its web site.
Tumblr has tumbled out a new version of its iOS app, bringing a number of new features to the blogging service including photosets, a new camera interface, the ability to double-tap a post to “like” it, and single tap your avatar to make changes.