17 hours ago
Flickr and Vimeo integration rumored for iOS 7
If the latest rumors turn out to be correct we could be looking at social photo and video integration in iOS 7 by way of Flickr and Vimeo support, most likely added to the existing social sharing options of Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. The story comes by way of 9to5Mac's Mark Gurman:
19 hours ago
Bright Weather review: Even bad weather can look good!
Anyone familiar with Android may well have come across LevelUp Studio. They are responsible for the excellent Twitter client Plume and the extremely popular Beautiful Widgets. Excellent apps for Android users, and now they have brought at least part of Beautiful Widgets to iOS with their new weather application; Bright Weather for iPhone.
21 hours ago
How to download individual classes with iTunes U for iPhone and iPad
iTunes U lets you subscribe to courses quickly and easily but there may come times when you don't necessarily want to subscribe to an entire course. You're also given the option to download individual classes within those sections if you choose too.
22 hours ago
See what Microsoft has in store for the Xbox with Windows Phone Central!
CTIA isn't the only event happening today, up in Redmond at Microsoft HQ we're being treated to a first look at what's next for the Xbox. Besides the gaming, the Xbox has steadily been increasing its attack on the living room, and Xbox Live has gone cross-platform with the release of Wordament on iOS. Then of course there's Xbox Smartglass, so already Microsoft has our attention before announcing anything new.
23 hours ago
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1 day ago
Android Central is live at CTIA in Las Vegas!
Another week, another mobile show. This time up is CTIA in Las Vegas, where the mobile industry gets together to show off all the stuff that makes the mobile world work. There's also likely a few more consumer friendly items lurking too as well as news from Sprint and Verizon. Phil, Andrew and Anndrew from Android Central are on the ground in Vegas all week covering the event, so for all the best the show has to offer, be sure to pay them a visit.
1 day ago
Google Chrome app launcher making its way to the Mac
Anyone who has ever played around with Google Chrome OS will be familiar with the app launcher. Chrome runs nothing but web apps, but the app launcher provides the impression of a more regular OS, as you don't have to open a browser window to launch anything. Work has already begun on porting the app launcher to the Chrome browser for Windows, and now it seems, the Mac as well. Francois Beaufort of the Chromium team at Google has shared the news with us on his Google+ page.
1 day ago
The ultimate luxury hotel room now comes with 24-carat gold iPads
The Burj Al Arab in Dubai is one of the most luxurious hotels in the world. Staying there requires a healthy bank balance, but the luxury speaks for itself. Recently, the hotel installed Macs in each room at the all-suite hotel, in an effort to offer a "thoroughly modern guest experience." Their latest trick; 24-carat gold iPads in every room.
1 day ago
Flickr gets overhauled with a new UI and 1TB free storage. For everyone!
Yahoo! sure has been busy, as the very same day as they announced their acquisition of Tumblr, Flickr got a major overhaul at a press event in New York City. The headlines; a brand new and much better looking UI and 1TB of storage. For free. For everyone. That's right, 1TB. Yahoo CEO Marissa Meyer writes:
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1 day ago
Apple already pays $1 out of every $40 tax dollars the U.S. collects. How much more does the Senate want?
Ahead of the testimony it will be giving before the U.S. Senate tomorrow, Apple (via The Loop) offered up a nicely detailed 17-page PDF document with all sorts of good information inside. The most interesting number is this: Apple pays $1 out of every $40 of income tax collected by the US Treasury. Isn’t it incredible to think that one company is responsible for 2.5% of all US income tax collection?