Chad Henage of The Motley Fool says he thinks the iPad mini will see the light of day, but it will cast a long shadow over the iPod touch.
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Broadcast company NBC has released two new iOS apps for the Summer Olympics, offering users full Olympic Games coverage, including live streaming video for all 302 medal events!
You’ve got a fantastic idea for an app, you know it’ll kick ass and be a number one seller in the App Store. Just one problem, you don’t know how to code. You don’t have any friends who are developers. You have a life. Well don’t fret Marygold! iPhoneAppCafe’s App Idol competition could make your dream app a reality!
Greenpeace has admitted today that Apple’s clean energy policies have “significantly improved,” thought the activist organization still takes issue with what they say is Apple’s reliance on coal power for iCloud services.
We often heard Steve Jobs talk about the ‘Post-PC’ era, but Microsoft COO Kevin Turner came out with the opposite point of view during the company’s Worldwide Partner Conference, describing it as a ‘PC+ era’, stating that what Steve Jobs believed was in their eyes ‘completely incorrect’.
Adobe’s online forum has been filling up with reports from InDesign software users reporting problems with the application crashing since the Ivy Bridge MacBook Pros were released in mid-June.
The camera on the iPhone 4S is so good that many companies have come out with some relatively specialised equipment for filming and recording to attach to the iPhone, and the Dolly by iStabilizer is one of those, giving you the chance to take some great panning shots using just your iDevice.
Samsung has taken its first step into the world of retail by opening its first store. Located in Burnaby, Canada, more specifically the Metrotown shopping centre, it adopts a very similar layout to the Apple Store, and even includes a Genius Bar type area.
After photos of supposed “engineering samples” of the next-gen iPhone made the rounds earlier this week, hardware news site KitGuru now posts photos of what is claimed to be an actual “iPhone 5” prototype.
Amazing Alex , a brand new game from Angry Birds developer Rovio, has been available for well under 24 hours – yet it has already risen to the tippy top of the App Store charts, ranking as the number one in both the U.S. and U.K. App Stores
Apple’s highly anticipated next-gen iPhone doesn’t actually exist yet – but that isn’t stopping some Chinese retailers from selling it anyway! Reuters reports that the “iPhone 5” is already for sale from a number of Asian sellers.
Our iPhones and iPads allow us the freedom to work anywhere, including wherever we’re on vacation. A new study shows that more than half of us work on our vacations. Read how our devices encourage us to be “always on.”
How do you protect yourself and your loved ones? A company named Yellow Jacket has a novel idea – an iPhone case that doubles as a stun gun? It’ll also give you an additional 20 hours of battery life for your iPhone.
After weeks of teasing, Angry Birds creator Rovio has unleashed a brand new game on the App Store – but instead of birds, this game is all about cause and effect and chain reactions, as seen through carefully made Rube Goldberg-style contraptions!
One genre that seems to be a hit or miss on iOS are role playing games. INT Square has come close to delivering something different and noteworthy with their new action RPG, Combo Slash.
After much anticipation, Tiny Wings 2 has finally landed in the App Store! Tiny Wings 2 is a significant update to the original game, featuring 15 new hand-crafted levels, a brand new “Flight School” mode (with baby birds!), and more!