Many prefer the new Google Chrome for iOS it to the Mobile Safari browser built into iOS. Unfortunately, due to Apple’s restrictions, users are still stuck using Mobile Safari as their default browser. A new jailbreak tweak, however, seeks to change all that.
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AnandTech posted its full review of the Retina Display MacBook Pro last week, and the section on graphics performance bears review. At its highest resolutions, Apple is clearly pushing the limits of the machine’s graphic capabilities.
The iPhone hit the stores five years ago today. Before it hit the stores, industry pundits had much to say about the future of the new device, much of it bad. Network World has revisited these “experts” to see what they have to say for themselves now.
IT firm ServiceNow went pubic on Friday, and their CEO revealed that the company is “wall-to-wall” Apple products. “Not just on the iPhone, also our notebooks, laptops and so on.”
We have hooked up with the Pixelmator team to give away 5 copies of Pixelmator 2.0 – a powerful yet affordable full-featured image editor for OS X! Pixelmator would normally set you back $59.99, but we’re giving away 5 copies today for free!
Nike’s Nike+ Fuelband app has just been updated with loads of tasty new features including Path integration and background syncing.
Research in Motion reported horrible quarterly earning this week, but the company did manage to improve its cash balance. That may help it survive until the release of BlackBerry 10 next year.
I love Siri, but I have to admit, she has a ways to go… Now an analyst and his team have conducted a “Siri-es” of tests with Siri. (See what I did there?) They say Apple’s personal assistant isn’t quite reliable enough to entirely replace text input with Google.
As usual, Steve was right. Adobe has just announced in the light of the new version of Android that it will no longer support mobile Flash, something which many predicted would happen sooner rather than later.
Today is the fifth birthday of the iPhone! In its first five years, Apple has shipped a total of 250 million iPhones worldwide, and has generated $150 billion in cumulative revenues.
The Mac certainly has a bit of catching up to do with Windows regarding Call of Duty, however developer Aspyr has announced that Black Ops (the first one) will be coming to the Mac in the fall, slightly bridging the gap between the two operating systems.
Although Google Chrome for iOS has been available for less than 24 hours (released yesterday afternoon), it has already risen through the ranks to become the number one free app on the App Store chart for both iPhone and iPad!
Following the release of Google Chrome yesterday, the folks at iMore decided to put it to the test to determine if it’s really as awesome as many hoped it would be. Even better, they’ve put together a video so you can see for yourself!
It can be hard to keep all of the various shortcuts straight for your Mac apps. If only there was some sort of cheat sheet to help us poor Mac users out. With CheatSheet for Mac, now there is!
Following numerous reports of freezing and crashing issues with new MacBook Airs, some suggested that Google Chrome might be the cause of all of this grief. Google has now stepped forward to confirm those rumors.
Looking for a unique gaming experience on your iOS device? Look no further than the Ion iCade Mobile – a great PSP-like retro game controller for your iPhone or iPod touch!