If you use the default Mail app on your Mac and you're running OS X Mountain Lion, you can add a sender to your VIP list just as easily as you can on your iPhone or iPad. VIP list basically will filter out emails you want based on who is sending them, therefore making finding messages a lot easier.
Don't know how to use VIP Inbox on your Mac? Here's how:
BMW announced this week that 2014 models equipped with its iDrive 4.2 interface will include Siri Hands Free mode, making it possible to pair an iPhone with your car and use Siri without ever taking your hands off the wheel.
iOS 7, right? Apple has started dressing the Moscone West with this years banners, and the latest one shows us exactly what we expect to see. After all, 7 comes right after 6. If indeed this is the logo for the new version of iOS -- noticed by Macstories -- it's definitely a more simple, elegant affair than years previously.
Bluestacks' Gamepop console is a work in progress - a video game console you hook up to your TV that will let you play Android games via a subscription service priced at $6.99 per month. Now the developer says it'll work with iOS games too.
For those of us that have lots of emails to keep up on everyday, the default iPhone mail app can be somewhat lacking. There are other options in the App Store but it always seems to be give and take. Dispatch aims to close a good majority of that gap by providing functionality that makes you more productive. With support for snippets, multiple account types, extensive share sheets, and more, Dispatch may just give apps like Mailbox a run for its money.
As much as mobile technology has advanced in the last five years, the evolution and revolution of the next five years is going to be even more drastic. Who would have thought that today we’d have cellular data connections that outstrip most hardwired home connections, or screens with pixels so small we can’t discern them with the naked eye? Or that we’d be cramming all of this into phones a quarter of an inch thick?
Five years ago the best games we had were basic racers, two-dimensional strategy games, and variations on board and card games. Today when you fire up your app store there are graphically-rich racers, intense shooters, interactive puzzles, physics engines put to work powering animated slingshots, and so much more.
Just what does the future hold in store for mobile gaming?
Developers are eagerly anticipating Monday, when Apple will debut the next iteration of iOS to the world. According to All Things D, many believe that Apple will open iOS in unprecidented ways, including allowing third-party keyboards like SwiftKey to come to Apple devices.
Reports are emerging that Apple has signed a deal with Sony Music which gives them the green light to announce their rumored iRadio service at WWDC on Monday. Earlier reports had suggested that Universal and Warner were already on board and that Sony was the last big hurdle to overcome before announcing the service. Before launching anything though, Apple still has Sony's publishing arm, ATV to sign on, though as Peter Kafka at AllThingsD points out, this may be a lot closer:
This case has a tough exoskeleton, featuring hardened polycarbonate, providing a stylish and rugged surface for maximum protection. The double-thick, impact-resistant silicone corners absorb shock if your iPhone 5 is dropped. The ports of your iPhone 5 are covered with silicone plugs to keep out dirt and debris. Comes in black, blue, red, pink and green.
With every big new comic book inspired movie, we seem to get an official tie in mobile game, and new Superman flick Man of Steel is no exception. Warner Bros will be releasing Man of Steel to iOS on June 14 for $2.99 for the iPhone and iPod touch, and $4.99 for the HD version for iPad.