Your iPhone already has a great camera built right in, and now you can extend its capabilities with a Fisheye Lens, a Wide-Angle Lens, and a Macro Lens with this great 3-in-1 Mobile Lens Kit for under $25!
Thinking of moving from Android to the iPhone this go-round? Apple has published an online Android to iPhone transition guide. They’re helpers, they like to help.
Microsoft has announced the Universal Mobile Keyboard, a device agnostic keyboard for use with iOS, Android, and Windows tablets.
If you’ve been interested in fitness trackers, but have been turned off by the high-prices, Misfit may have the tracker for you. The company has just announced what may be the most affordable fitness tracker option we’ve seen so far. The Misfit Flash does everything you’d expect from a fitness tracker, but the Flash’s price may surprise you, just $49.99.
Software development tools maker RemObjects has come up with a tool to allow developers to use Apple’s new Swift coding language to develop apps for the Android and Windows Phone platforms.
A recent report shows that while Apple’s iOS 7 mobile operating system is running on 91% of iPhones and iPads, Google’s Android mobile OS installation numbers are more fragmented than ever.
The Q2 2014 enterprise market share figures from Good Technology shows iOS still holding on to 67% of the market, even as they ceded 5 points of their market share to Android, which increased its share to 32%. Windows Phone accounted for a mere 1% of the market.
For the first time ever, global usage of iOS has fallen behind that of Android. Android has long held a decided advantage in installed base, however iOS has long held the lead in actual usage.
Today’s MacTrast Deal – Sensordrone – turns your smartphone into a carbon monoxide detector, non-contact thermometer, gas leak detector, lux meter, weather station, diagnostic tool & more.
“Gee I wish I had videoed that…” If you’ve ever said that, today’s MacTrast Deal is for you! The MeCam HD ensures you won’t miss another moment!
Microsoft has debuted its first Nokia handset after completing its takeover of the company, and the handset is powered by Android. Yup, you read that right… Android.
Following months of speculation, Amazon finally unveiled their 3D Fire Phone today. The device has been expected since back in 2012, with the Wall Street Journal correctly predicting a June debut back in April.
Parallels today announced an update to its Parallels Access app that gives users remote access to their Macs and PCs. Originally only available for the iPad, the new release adds support for the iPhone, and Android phones and tablets.
Dominos Pizza announced today that it is launching a new voice ordering feature via its iPhone and Android apps. The new feature is powered by Nuance’s Nina Mobile voice speech recognition, speech synthesis, and natural language technologies.
Our favorite smartwatch – the Pebble – received an update this week. The new firmware adds iBeacon support, the ability to reorder the system’s Launcher Menu, and iPhone music volume controls.
Wouldn’t it be great to see the current temperature without having to actually load the damned iOS Weather app? Designer Jay Machalani just posted a concept video that shows how widget and live tiles like those found in Android and Windows Phone, respectively, could improve the iOS 8 experience.