Pebble has released an update to its Pebble Smartwatch app. The company had released a version on Monday that was pulled after users complained that it was crashing immediately upon starting.
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Apple has announced that his year’s Worldwide Developers Conference will run from June 2-6. Tickets will be available to registered Apple developers via a lottery system.
While Facebook is a great place to keep up with family and friends, wouldn’t it be great to have a private place that works much like Facebook for you, your family and friends, but is completely private, and that you completely control? Enter Family Wall.
A new report from environmental group Greenpeace says Apple is “the most innovative and most aggressive” company in Silicon Valley for finding ways to feed its power-hungry datacenters with renewable energy.
Microsoft unveiled the latest update to its Windows Phone mobile operating system on Wednesday. The update includes an “Action Center” which combines the functions of the iOS Control and Notification Centers, a new keyboard input method similar to Swype, and Cortana, their Siri-like personal assistant.
T-Mobile Says Current Customers Can Keep Employer Discounts, and BlackBerry Breaks Up With the Magenta Network
T-Mobile has backed off a bit on Friday’s announcement about the termination of employer discounts for customers. The company is now saying current customers will be allowed to keep the discount. Oh, and BlackBerry is saying “buh-bye” to T-Mobile.
As expected, Amazon has announced the Fire TV, their entry in the set-top box sweepstakes. The new box features voice search, (via its remote), gaming support (with a controller available for extra cost), and some impressive specs.
Flexibits has finally brought their popular calendaring app Fantastical 2 to the iPad, and it looks terrific. The app includes an integrated calendar and reminders list, a revamped calendar parser, dictation feature and more.
New photos reveal the all glass exterior and unique interior of Apple’s first Turkish retail store in Istanbul, set to open at 10AM, this Saturday, April 5th.
The FCC announced on Monday that it was freeing up more of the airwaves for Wi-Fi usage in the United States. A lobbying group, WifiForward – which consists of industry partners such as Google, Best Buy, Microsoft, and others – has been advocating the opening of unlicensed frequencies since the group’s forming in February.
Apple SVP Phil Schiller took to the stand yesterday, as the first day of the second California Apple v. Samsung patent trial drew to a close. His testimony was almost a carbon copy of testimony given twice before during the first legal battle between the two tech giants.
Apple has updated Safari for Mavericks to version 7.0.3. The update includes push notification and credit card autofill improvements, adds support for generic top-level domains, security fixes, and more.
Apple has updated its iWork office suite across all platforms today, including Mac, iOS, and iCloud. The iCloud versions were the first to get an update, and now the Mac and iOS updates are also beginning to show up.
Apple is expanding its iAd mobile advertising platform, and is making the ad creation “Workbench” tool available to anyone with an Apple ID, and is also enabling the ability to run short videos from within an ad.
It’s April Fools’ Day 2014, and true to form, many sites and companies are rolling out their gags. Here’s a few of our favorites…
A new study shows smartphone users are seven times less likely to use mobile web browser based apps than native apps, but when they do, Apple’s Safari is the web browser of choice for most.