11 min ago
Deal of the Day: Qmadix S Series Bumper Case for iPhone 5C
The S Series Bumper Case combines a hard, polycarbonate frame with a translucent TPU inner material that helps absorb shock. You're getting the best of both worlds in a simple, yet protective case. Each iPhone 5C bumper case even features two tones of color from front to back!
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21 min ago
Tim Cook's iPad Christmas starts early
Tim Cook made a memorable comment on the last Apple quarterly conference call. He said it would be an iPad Christmas. With exactly 3 weeks before the jolly holiday, iPad interest seems to be solid, and I suspect Tim Cook will be proven correct. This morning mobile analytics firm Localytics shared some interesting data. They tracked usage of a variety of tablets and smartphones from Black Friday to Cyber Monday and compared the data against the prior week. And guess what?
3 hours ago
Google Play Music All Access now available in Germany
Good news for Google using folks and music fans in Germany, Mountain View has finally made Google Play Music All Access available there. While the iPhone version may have only just joined us, Germany has been waiting about four months since the service first landed on European shores.
3 hours ago
Apple set to launch iBeacons in U.S. retail stores from today
According to a new report, Apple is all set to launch iBeacons in its retail stores beginning today. With a silent update to the Apple Store iPhone application pushed out on the backend, Apple has already been demonstrating the technology to members of the press.
8 hours ago
74% of Apple mobile devices now running iOS 7
Apple has posted a chart on their developer center showing that iOS 7 adoption, as measure by connections to the App Store between November 25 and December 1, 2013, has reached 74%. That means, in the less than 3 months since launch, very nearly 3 out of every 4 iPhones, iPod touches, and iPads that connect to the App Store are now running the latest version of Apple's mobile software. 22% are running iOS 6, and only 4% are running iOS 5 or earlier.
12 hours ago
Bluetooth 4.1 'Smart' get announced, aims to enable the 'Internet of Things'
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has announced Bluetooth 4.1, a software update to the existing Bluetooth 4.0 technology in use by all of Apple's current Mac and iOS devices. Dubbed "Bluetooth Smart", it's designed to enable the "Internet of Things" by making connections easier and more powerful than ever. The bullet points, from Bluetooth:
14 hours ago
The all-new, all-adjustable Glif
There's a new Glif in town, and this time it's adjustable. That means it can not only fit any iPhone you throw at it, but any phone, and in almost any case. Studio Neat:
16 hours ago
Slice for iPhone can track price drops, incoming packages, product recalls, and more
If you do a lot of online shopping, Slice can manage all your purchases for you like never before. Not only can Slice track and alert you of incoming shipments, it can also monitor things you've recently purchased and let you know of price drops and product recalls.
16 hours ago
Mr. Reader 3.0 for iPad brings Reading List support, more RSS services, a new design, and more
Mr. Reader, a popular RSS news app for iPad, has just been updated with an all new design for iOS 7, support for 64-bit devices, and more. New features including the addition of AOL Reader as an RSS service, the ability to add to a Safari Reading List, and tons more.
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17 hours ago
MagSafe 2: My love hate relationship with Apple's current power connector
Anyone who owns, or has owned a recent MacBook will be familiar with the Magsafe. Apple's take at the laptop charger, and something in my experience that comes with a very distinct love and hate relationship. The latest incarnation, Magsafe 2, one would anticipate being an improvement on the originals, the development of an idea.
But, instead, it's a product that drives many of us to frustration and despair. The reviews section of the Apple Store website is living proof of that. So how can something so good be so bad at the same time?