iOS developer Rolocule Games has released Motion Tennis, a new iOS sports gaming title that allows you to use your device as a Nintendo Wii-like motion controller to play tennis on an Apple TV connected HDTV.
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Apple assembly partner Foxconn announced this week that it will be releasing a smart watch that will work with Apple’s popular iPhone. The announcement comes amidst rumors that Google, Samsung, and Apple are all preparing the launch of a smart watch of their own.
A new photo purportedly shows trays of batteries fresh off the assembly line, headed for use in Apple’s next new iPhone, usually referred to as the iPhone 5S. The photo, if authentic, is another indication that production of the new Apple phone is about to begin.
Grove’s attention to detail when it comes to creating unique iPhone cases can not be stressed enough. The beautiful, smooth finish and vibrant colors make the Skate Case truly a work of art, wrapped around your iPhone 5.
A recently discovered patent application by Apple shows that they may be toying with the idea of combining ports such as the USB and SD card slots in future devices.
We know we got you excited when we reported earlier this week that Microsoft was planning to bring Xbox and PC games to iOS. Unfortunately, those reports were due to the result of a translation error.
Skype announced video messaging for all users earlier this month. However, you could only send 20 free messages up to three-minutes long before being prompted to sign up for a $4.99 premium Skype account. With the release of today’s Skype for iOS update, you can now send unlimited free Video Messages.
Verizon Wireless has announced that its nationwide 4G LTE rollout is, in their words, “substantially complete,” and now serves more than 95% of the U.S. population.
In the light of a rejection earlier this week by a judge who refused to allow Apple to add Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S4 to an existing lawsuit, Apple has indicated it will file a new suit targeting the device.
Microsoft Proudly Proclaims: ‘We’re Number Three in the Phone Race, and We Aren’t Afraid of BlackBerry!’
Senior Windows Phone product manager Larry Lieberman says Windows Phone is solidly in third place in the mobile phone platform race, and the company isn’t worried about BlackBerry passing them any time soon. To quote Vincent in Pulp Fiction, “That’s a bold statement.”
Digg has updated its iOS app to include its replacement for the soon to be retired Google Reader, the new Digg Reader. The updated app can import your feeds directly from Google Reader, so you got that going for you… Which is nice.
Bloomberg reports this morning that a survey by ad effectiveness specialist Ace Metrix Inc showed that Apple’s new “Designed in California by Apple” ad campaign has proven far less effective than the company’s traditional product-focused ads.
9to5Mac reports that an “anonymous tipster” has clued them in that the iOS 7 beta allows users to control their iPhone or iPad devices via head movements.
The terms Apple is offering to independent record labels for its upcoming iTunes Radio service have been revealed, and according to one report, they are more attractive than those offered by Pandora.
Google released a pretty huge update to their Google Earth app for iOS and Android devices today, featuring a completely revamped new interface (complete with a handy left side panel), improved directions and search, the ability to find and navigate directions in full 3D, and support for a number of additional countries.
If you’ve been following Apple news for long, you’ve probably heard of Brian Hogan – better known as the guy who found a lost iPhone prototype in a bar and sold it to Gizmodo back in 2010. Today, Hogan has decided to share the full story by hosting a Reddit “AMA” (ask me anything) session, where he reveals all of the details surrounding the event, and how it affected him.