Developing iOS apps can be very rewarding, but learning how to develop apps can be quite intimidating. Fortunately, thanks to Sketch Nation Studio, you can now develop iOS games directly from the iPhone or iPad!
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Apple has released their third developer preview of OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. The update features a build number of 12A178Q, and includes a host of bug fixes, although no mention is been made of any new features.
iOS 5 has a plethora of great features, but one that doesn’t get as much notice as I think it should is the great built-in dictionary!
Well-known iOS hacker pod2g revealed on Twitter this morning that all required exploits have now been found for an iOS 5.1 jailbreak – significant progress towards releasing the jailbreak to the masses.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has been listed by Time Magazine as one of the 100 most influential people of 2012, with Al Gore providing some thoughtful commentary on Cook’s performance at Apple.
Apple next iPhone may be a whole lot tougher than the iPhone 4 or 4S. An interesting new rumor has surfaced, claiming that Apple’s next iPhone will be made from a unique material known as LiquidMetal.
AMD have published the specs of a four core 2Ghz Cortex A15 chip using TSMC’s 28nm technology. This architecture could form the basis of Apple’s rumored A6 chip.
Microsoft and Intel are both said to be working closely with PC manufacturers in hopes of shoving Apple’s iPad down to less than 50% of the global market share by 2013.
Journalist Brent Schlender has uncovered a fantastic stash of information about Steve Jobs’ time away from Apple and provides some fascinating insights about the “lost years” of the Apple co-founder.
Apple has responded to Greenpeace’s just-published “How Clean is Your Cloud” report. Apple says that renewable energy will provide 50 percent more of its Maiden, N.C. data center’s power needs than the environment group projected.
Protestors from the environmental group Greenpeace staged an hour long demonstration atop Apple’s European headquarters in Cork, Ireland on Wednesday. They were protesting the use of coal-powered electricity to power the iCloud service.
Kickstarter is a real gold mine for exciting projects and bits of tech that make you think ‘why didn’t I think of that before?’. And the ‘Pebble’ wristwatch fits that description completely.
Following the release of Apple’s Flashback removal tool and a new Java Update, the threat of Flashback malware has decreased considerably, so much so that only 140,000 computers remain infected.
In this Mac tip I take a look at how to find your original emails on your hard drive in order to back them up.
Continuing a full service tradition for home networked solutions, the GoFlex Home Network Storage System is an all-in-one option for the tech savvy.
One iPhone user was able to capture the beauty of the final voyage of the Space Shuttle Discovery passing over Washington D.C. The resulting photo is truly stunning.