Simplistic in nature, Last Match gives away the fun in its unoriginal title. The goal is simple – force your opponent to draw the last match. An age old game comes to iOS, but leaves a lot to the imagination.
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Last week, Apple fans were given a wonderful opportunity, they could have a coffee date with Apple CEO Tim Cook, and bidding started at $5,000. (As of this post, the current bid stands at $605,000.) What if other companies offered a face-to-face with their CEO?
The EMBRACE+ is wearable technology. Through a combination of visual and tactile cues, the EMBRACE+ gives you the information you want to know – while your smartphone stays in your pocket or purse.
Apple’s iPad is tops in customer satisfaction for the second year in a row, according to the results of a J.D. Power survey released today.
Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch. Jon Berry’s beautiful nature shots tailored for your iPhone 5 retina screen celebrate the weekend.
Tickets for Apple’s WWDC conference launched earlier this week, and sold out in a record two minutes, leaving many developers unable to attend the event unless they had lightning-fast reflexes. According to Red Sweater Software founder Daniel Jalkut, however, Apple is giving some developers who missed out on ticket sales another chance to attend the event.
Now that we’ve seen much of the recent sales and activation data from U.S. iPhone carriers for the last three months, it appears that the iPhone is seriously kicking butt in the U.S. smartphone market. In fact, according to charts and details posted by Benedict Evans, the iPhone accounted for a whopping 57% of all smartphone activations over the past three months!
A brand-new version of Delicious Monster’s Delicious Library 3, the company’s popular cataloging app for OS X, is now available in the Mac App Store. The updated app offers a new recommendation engine, 3D cover-view interface, interactive charts mode, flexible smart shelves, and more.
Apple began airing a brand new iPhone 5 commercial today, focused on the device’s camera capabilities. The ad take a significant new direction compares to Apple’s most recent ads, and returns to Apple’s tradition of simple, elegant, and powerful advertising. It doesn’t say much about the iPhone 5 – but it certainly does deliver a powerful message.
German appeals court Karlsruhe Higher Regional Court has announced its decision to stay an appeal in the Apple v. Google’s Motorola Mobility case over a push notification patent. This development could allow iCloud push functionality to return for German users.
Market research firm IDC reports that worldwide smartphone shipments beat those of feature phones for the first time ever in the first quarter of 2013. Apple’s iPhone didn’t fare as well, however, as its marketshare dipped to below 20%.
Apple has added a new “Learn More About In-App Purchases” feature to the iPad version of the App Store, as the company continues to attempt to make users aware that many apps, both free and paid, do offer the ability to purchase additional content from inside the apps.
Washington Post writer Allan Sloan says that the tax benefits of Apple’s plan to buy back $60 billion of its own stock will outweigh the cost of the loans it will take out to fund the buyback of the shares.
Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson has ordered T-Mobile to change the way it advertises it new “UnCarrier” wireless plans, claiming the “contract free” claims it makes in the ads are “deceptive.”
Are you one of those people who can never find their car in the parking garage at the mall? And, once you find your car, where are your keys? Well, if the new patents that were published by the U.S. Trade and Patent Office on Thursday are any indication, Apple is looking for ways to help you.
As you probably know by now, WWDC tickets went on sale Thursday at 10 AM Pacific, and were sold out by 10:02 AM Pacific. If you are one of the numerous disappointed developers that couldn’t get tickets for the conference, you’ll be glad to know the folks behind Appsterdam and a number of other events are organizing an alternate conference this year. AltWWDC to be exact.