Monday, November 3, 2014

  • Best new apps of the week: Ellentube and Sumptus

    Stay entertained with video and know where your money goes with our top app picks for the week! Best new apps of the week: Ellentube and Sumptus is a story by AppAdvice.com AppAdvice - iPhone, iPad, iPod, App Reviews + News

  • Can you Break The Grid? Find out on Nov. 6

    Don't miss the trailer for Break The Grid, an upcoming puzzle game that will test your willpower. Are you saying gameON or gameOFF? Can you Break The Grid? Find out on Nov. 6 is a story by AppAdvice.com AppAdvice - iPhone, iPad, iPod, App Reviews + News

  • Acme Made's Charge Case for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus features a built-in Lightning cable

    Currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, the case also offers a hidden kickstand for portrait and landscape use. Acme Mades Charge Case for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus features a built-in Lightning cable is a story by AppAdvice.com AppAdvice - iPhone, iPad, iPod, App Reviews + News

  • Experience Breakout like never before in Grey Cubes

    This isn't your grandma's brick breaker game. Experience Breakout like never before in Grey Cubes is a story by AppAdvice.com AppAdvice - iPhone, iPad, iPod, App Reviews + News

  • RunKeeper update makes tracking your exercise indoors easy with the Stopwatch Mode

    A HealthKit integrated version of the app is also on the horizon. RunKeeper update makes tracking your exercise indoors easy with the Stopwatch Mode is a story by AppAdvice.com AppAdvice - iPhone, iPad, iPod, App Reviews + News

  • Google's revamped Calendar app will eventually make its way to the iPhone

    The Android version, which was released today, can turn Gmail into calendar events automatically. Googles revamped Calendar app will eventually make its way to the iPhone is a story by AppAdvice.com AppAdvice - iPhone, iPad, iPod, App Reviews + News

  • News: Report reveals Apple Pay requirements for card issuers

    Financial news site Benzinga has provided a summary of a new report from Sanjay Sakhrani of Keefe, Bruyette & Woods that provides some insight into Apple's contractual relationship with card issuers for Apple Pay. The report naturally provides some details on the percentage that Apple takes…

  • First Yosemite update beta rolls out to developers, AppleSeed program members

    Apple has started pushing out the beta of its first update to OS X Yosemite tonight. The update will bring users to version 10.10.1 and is available to both developers and those in the AppleSeed pre-release program. According to the change log, the key focus areas in this update are Wi-Fi…

  • $600 Apple-1 sold from Steve Jobs' garage could fetch $600,000 at auction

    An Apple-1 computer is up for auction, and the rare device could fetch as much as $600,000. Believed to have been one of the few original computers to have been sold from the Cupertino, California garage of Steve Jobs in 1976, the computer is still in working order, being able to run Microsoft BASIC…

  • Apple lawyers change focus from Samsung to lobby for IP issues

    Apple has reportedly hired the firm that represented it in its trials with Samsung to now fight on its behalf in Washington D.C.. Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr will now be responsible for lobbying the government on intellectual property issues in the tech industry for Apple. The firm will…

  • Sprint reports Q2 operating loss of $192 million

    Sprint has reported its second quarter 2014 financial results today. Overall the carrier is reporting an operating loss of $192 million on operating revenue of $8.5 billion. On the subscriber front, Sprint said it has added a net total of 590,000 customers. Most of these additions were through its…

  • WWE Network cancels British arrival minutes before launch

    Today the WWE Network was finally supposed to launch in the UK but with minutes to spare plans were cancelled. Wrestling fans were gearing up to start feasting on the vault of content available via the iOS and Apple TV apps that was about to be made available to them from 8 p.m. local time. But just…

  • HTC drops RE camera app on the App Store ahead of launch

    HTC has dropped its RE camera app on the App Store today. The RE app will work with the RE camera, acting as both a viewfinder and content browser for the device. In addition, the app will also serve as a hub for easily uploading your favorite pictures and videos to a social network of your choice. …

  • Russia dismantled Steve Jobs memorial after CEO Tim Cook came out

    After Apple CEO Tim Cook came out, Russia has taken down a memorial to late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs stating that it was gay propaganda. The two-meter tall memorial, in the shape of an iPhone, was located in St. Petersburg at a college in January 2013 by a coalition of Russian companies known as…

  • Apple seeds the first OS X Yosemite 10.10.1 beta to developers

    It has not been too long since Apple officially released OS X Yosemite, the company's newest desktop operating system, but now the first beta for an upcoming update has just been seeded. Continue reading →

  • New report suggests Apple might discontinue the iPad mini for the iPad Pro

    When Apple unveiled their newest iPad lineup, a lot of the focus was put on the iPad Air — the company's flagship tablet. However, the lack of attention to the iPad mini left many wanting. Continue reading →

  • AT&T and Verizon moving towards VoLTE interoperability in 2015

    Voice over LTE, or VoLTE, is a burgeoning piece of carrier tech that will certainly see more attention as it grows. For Verizon and AT&T subscribers, though, there's even good news waiting in the wings. Continue reading →

  • Can you hear me now? Verizon, AT&T to make voice-over-LTE interoperable in 2015

    VoLTE is in the same place as SMS it was back in 2000: locked down to specific carrier networks and devices. By making VoLTE services interoperable, though, VoLTE could become as truly useful as SMS. Can you hear me now? Verizon, AT&T to make voice-over-LTE interoperable in 2015 originally…

  • News: Report reveals Apple Pay requirements for card issuers

    Financial news site Benzinga has provided a summary of a new report from Sanjay Sakhrani of Keefe, Bruyette & Woods that provides some insight into Apple's contractual relationship with card issuers for Apple Pay. The report naturally provides some details on the percentage that Apple takes…

  • Redesigning the Xbox One for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

    Call of Duty fans are well-familiar with the slick look and feel of the Xbox One , but the console and controller are getting a custom look for the debut of Advanced Warfare. But can the exo-suited experience of blowing shit up in a near future war-zone really translate to a console? Read more...

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