Thursday, November 6, 2014

  • Apple enables uploading to iCloud Photo Library in beta site

    Apple has just added support for uploading images to the Photos app on the developer beta version of its website. Apple enables uploading to iCloud Photo Library in beta site is a story by AppAdvice - iPhone, iPad, iPod, App Reviews + News

  • Debug 56: Laura Savino and Khan Academy

    Debug is a casual, conversational interview show featuring the best developers in the business about the amazing apps they make and why and how they make them. On this episode Laura Savino of Khan Academy joins Guy and Rene to talk about how she got into development, the importance of language and…

  • How to get the best video transcoding results on your Mac

    My friend and frequent podcast co-host, Don Melton , has recently updated his excellent scripts for transcoding video on the Mac. He cares about every pixel and every bit, and wants the very best results possible. Based on the feedback to date, so do a lot of other people. If you're one of them,…

  • beta site adds Photos upload capabilities has always been a strong component to the cloud-storage option, but with iCloud Drive it is getting even more attention. And now Photos are getting the treatment on the website, too. Continue reading →

  • Mark Zuckerberg explains why Facebook forced users to download the standalone Messenger app

    Back in July, Facebook killed the chat functionality in the main Facebook app, and started forcing users to use the standalone Facebook Messenger app. Facebook argued that the Messenger app is much better for chatting than the main app, but users aren't reacting positively to this change.  …

  • Download 'Swype' keyboard for free [Apple's App of the Week]

    For the first time since the original iPhone debuted over seven years ago, users now have the ability to install custom keyboards on their devices.If you haven't used a third-party keyboard yet, then I've some good news for you. Swype, one of our favorite third-party keyboards is Apple's App…

  • CBS News added to Apple TV lineup

    As Apple TV continues to expand its TV and movie lineup, some of the more common channels on "regular TV" are starting to make an appearance. Continue reading →

  • How to check if your jailbroken iOS device is infected with WireLurker malware

    Yesterday, a research paper brought to light a new malware called 'WireLurker' that is infecting iOS devices and Macs in China. The malware can infect both jailbroken and non-jailbroken devices when connected to an infected Mac through USB. Continue reading →

  • U2's Bono says Apple let the band 'into the labs' and drops hint about what may be coming next

    U2's Bono, and the band itself, have managed to stay in the limelight that surrounds Apple following a live event concert, and a free album release. More than that, though, the constant suggestion that something big is on the way keeps popping up. Continue reading →

  • Google Drive updated to version 3.3, adds support for Touch ID and more

    Google has been busy updating its apps to match the Material Design aesthetic it's introducing across its apps and services, like with the latest update to Google Maps, but this update to Google Drive is all about support for iOS 8 and the newest iPhones. Continue reading →

  • Springtomize developer teases iOS 8 update of popular jailbreak tweak

    Springtomize 3 was a popular jailbreak tweak for iOS 7 devices that allows users to customize various aspects of iOS, including adding a perspective to the iOS dock, remove page limits, customize the default animations, customize the lock screen, hide stock app icons and lots more. Continue…

  • Amazon Echo officially unveiled, offers up Siri-like features in a Bluetooth-enabled speaker system

    Amazon isn't afraid to try out different devices, just look at the Fire phone, and now the online retail giant has introduced a Bluetooth speaker system with Sir-like features. Continue reading →

  • Apple issues statement on 'WireLurker' malware affecting Macs and iOS devices in China

    Yesterday, a research paper put light on new malware called 'WireLurker' that is affecting Mac and iOS devices in China. WireLurker attacks iOS devices through USB cables that are attached to a Mac, and works even on non-jailbroken devices. Continue reading →

  • Apple Adds CBS News Channel to Apple TV

    CBS News today announced the launch of a new ad-supported digital streaming news network, making the service available on the website , CBS News apps for Windows and Windows Phone, and various connected television platforms. While the Apple TV was not announced as one of those platforms,…

  • Parse releases new app elements for iOS devices on all screen sizes

    Today Parse announced the release of ParseUI for iOS, essentially a refresh for certain components for applications designed with the Facebook-owned company's mobile back-end. For instance, Parse has refreshed the sign-in screen that developers can tap using the PFLogInViewController class. Taken…

  • Gawker Did Jessa Duggar Get Caught Fucking In Church After Her Wedding?

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  • The 'Netflix for Pirates' explains why it will never be taken offline again

    Popular torrent streaming Popcorn Time version Time4Popcorn — also informally known as the "Netflix for pirates" — lets users instantly watch pirated movies and TV shows on a variety of platforms, including Windows, Mac, Android and iOS. But the team of developers is currently rebounding…

  • SF Engineer Dan Ha Has Been Missing Since Halloween Night

     Dan Ha, an iOS developer at a San Francisco startup called Metromile, has been missing for almost a week. According to the CEO of the company, Dan Preston, who reached out to TechCrunch to help find his employee, Ha went home sick on Thursday afternoon and no one has seen or heard from him since…