Topic: iOS

iPhone 6: 1GB of RAM and No Sapphire Screen?
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iPhone 6: 1GB of RAM and No Sapphire Screen?

The September 9 date rumored to be reserved for Apple’s big iPhone 6 announcement is fast approaching, and with it come yet more rumors about the latest iOS smartphone to bear Apple’s name. There are a new pair of … [Read more...]

A Temporary Way Around The Facebook Messenger Install
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A Temporary Way Around The Facebook Messenger Install

If you’re like me, then being told what to do isn’t high on your list of things you love. That’s why when Facebook made me install Messenger, my nostrils flared and lasers shot out of my eyes. Luckily, the fire of … [Read more...]

Apple has a Siri for Mac Patent
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Apple has a Siri for Mac Patent

Fans of Apple with iPhones have a complicated relationship with Siri. Most of the iPhone users I know tend to ignore Siri in general, or become frustrated with its less-than-perfect performance. Still, Siri is a major … [Read more...]

Hey Mac: OS X Yosemite Hits Public Beta
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Hey Mac: OS X Yosemite Hits Public Beta

There’s only one thing to say about the fact that Apple is sending out invites for the OS X Yosemite public beta today: According to Neowin, Apple is sending invites to the first one million users who sign up to … [Read more...]

Google Maps Explore Might Beat Foursquare at its Own Game
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Google Maps Explore Might Beat Foursquare at its Own Game

Just yesterday we heard about the new and improved Foursquare, and how it would give users targeted recommendations based on where they are and what they liked. As it turns out, Google took yesterday as an opportunity to … [Read more...]

Location Sharing App PlaceUs Offers Unique Features, But Is It Useful?
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Location Sharing App PlaceUs Offers Unique Features, But Is It Useful?

PlaceUs is the latest location-sharing app to hit the App Store, but before you roll your eyes, take note of its impressive list of features. Developed under Alohar Mobile by former Google Maps architect, Sam Liang, … [Read more...]

Foursquare Shifts from “Checking In” to “Check This Out”
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Foursquare Shifts from “Checking In” to “Check This Out”

When you think Foursquare, you think, “checking in.” Well, that, or, “checking in is kind of lame” (or maybe that's just me). It seems as though Foursquare’s aware of that conception, which is why it’s taken … [Read more...]

Turn Your iPad into a 3D Scanner with Itseez3D
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Turn Your iPad into a 3D Scanner with Itseez3D

As 3D printing has become a more viable pastime for the technologically inclined, there’s a similarly growing need for quick, easy, and accurate 3D modeling. To address that need, last week computer vision firm Itseez … [Read more...]

Boxes Is a Find For Collectors
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Boxes Is a Find For Collectors

Boxes started out an idea to help people organize their stuff in a really sleek and easy-to-use to design.  What it's turned out to be, however, is social network for collectors and fashionistas, plus a whole lot … [Read more...]

Need Some New Games for iOS? EA is Hooking You Up with Discounts
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Need Some New Games for iOS? EA is Hooking You Up with Discounts

We've hit that lull on the calendar where we're not seeing a lot of new games, both on our home consoles and on our portables. That's why you're starting to see sales, like Steam's Summer Sale, for instance. For the … [Read more...]