Karateka, the 1984 classic fighter for the Apple II has been released as an HD remake for iOS.
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The iPhone, especially the iPhone 5, makes a good replacement for a point-and-shoot camera, we all know that. But photos can take up a lot of space. What do you do if you want to delete all the photos on your iPhone?
U.S. regulators have broadened rules governing the privacy of children online to cover new areas, including smartphones and tablet devices, but under pressure from the technology industry, have backed down from proposals that would have made companies like Facebook or Apple more responsible for violations.
Sharing apps have come a long way on iOS. As for most of these social apps, you can share photos, with a few offering video sharing features. Of course, you can always share videos through Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, etc., but if you’re looking for something more in-depth or for some specific category of videos, Future Services LLC has just what you’re looking for. With ClipClock you can view videos shared by friends through Facebook or view videos by interests shared by any other user.
The first round of orders for Apple’s elusive 27-inch iMac began arriving to customers about a week ago, and for the most part, people seem to be thrilled with its design and performance – unless they want to use Boot Camp to run Windows!
Apple has begun construction on a new 1 million square foot operations center in Austin, Texas. The new 39-acre campus will be home to 3,600 new jobs.
According to a cryptic research note from RBC Capital Markets, chipmakers are preparing for a fast-tracked 2nd-generation iPad mini.
As a followup to yesterday’s announcement that Tim Cook had made the short list for TIME Magazine’s Person of the Year feature, the mag has published a lengthy profile of the Apple CEO.
Apple’s highly-anticipated HDTV may have gotten one step closer to reality. According to Focus Taiwan, Apple manufacturing partner Hon Hai (Foxconn) is already testing a number of television prototypes for Apple in sizes ranging from 46-55 inches.
A new survey of small-to-medium sized business smartphone activations shows that the iPhone is grabbing the biggest share of the market, and the iPad is taking almost all of the tablet activations.
There was a jump in the numbers of users who upgraded to iOS 6 last week, even though it’s been months since that version of the operating system was released. What could have caused that?
This is the last chance saloon for Apple Christmas orders, folks. Anyone who lives in Europe and wants Apple goodies by Christmas via the online needs to order now or face the consequences.
A U.S. International Trade Commission judge said today that Apple did not violate patents held by Google’s Motorola Mobility. The patent covers a sensor that prevents accidental hang-ups.
Earlier this week, we reported that Twitter was testing out a new feature, allowing users to download an archive of everything they have posted to the site. Today, Twitter announced on their blog that they are making it official, and will begin rolling the feature out to all users.
Kodak has announced that it has sold its portfolio of digital imaging patents to two groups led separately by Apple and Google. The selling price: $525 million.