10 hours ago
Runtastic Orbit keeps things focused on the run
Runtastic, best known for their suite of fitness apps, has today released their Orbit fitness tracker. The Runtastic Orbit tracks a users steps, fitness activities, calories burned, sleep cycles, and even ambient light. The Orbit uses Bluetooth smart to connect to the companion smartphone app, features and OLED display on the front and is waterproof up to 300 feet. Available for $119, the Orbit will be shipping on August 11.
10 hours ago
Epic Arena battles it out on the iPhone and iPad
Epic Arena, which merges elements of fantasy board, card and tactical strategy games, has made its worldwide debut on the iPhone and iPad today after a soft launch in select countries.
11 hours ago
80 Days brings Jules Verne's adventure story to the iPhone and iPad
80 Days, a new and rather ambitious interactive take on Jules Verne's classic adventure story Around The World In 80 Days, has been released for the iPhone and iPad by developer inkle, who previously released the acclaimed game Sorcery.
11 hours ago
Blood Bowl game scores points with its iPad launch
Blood Bowl, which puts a violent, and highly satirical, fantasy spin on American football, has made its way to the iPad for the first time after being released first as a board game and later as a console and PC title.
12 hours ago
Crazy Taxi: City Rush begins its ride on the iPhone and iPad
Crazy Taxi: City Rush, the newest entry in Sega's cult hit driving game franchise, has now started to take its first fares on the iPhone and iPad with its release in the iOS App Store.
12 hours ago
T-Mobile posts strong Q2 revenue, adds 1.5 million new customers
T-Mobile posted its second quarter earnings today, and the main takeaway is that the carrier is continuing momentum as far as customer acquisition is concerned. The Uncarrier managed to add an additional 1.5 million customers in the second quarter, which makes it the fifth consecutive quarter in which the carrier added more than 1 million subscribers. The number sees T-Mobile crossing 50 million total subscribers for the first time.
15 hours ago
Shazam brings its music recognition service to the Mac
Shazam has released an app for OS X, enabling Mac owners to have the music recognition service integrate with the menu bar (in an "always on" state) and tag any songs it hears while running in the background. Selecting the new icon resting neatly on the upper-bar will reveal an interface is with the latest tags and links to iTunes, but the app itself will notify users through on-screen alerts when music or shows have been successfully detected and tagged. It's a neat expansion on a popular servie used by many.
18 hours ago
Best Mac Apps of July 2014
I've already shared my best Mac games of July 2014, so here are my picks for the best Mac apps of July. We've got a great presentation app, a super tool for users concerned with on-screen graphics elements (in app and web design, especially), an important update to a popular music app, and a terrific productivity app.
21 hours ago
Weekly Photo Contest: the Birds and the Bees
Photo submission by co_mtn_grl
With summer in full swing, there is no shortage of sunshine to enjoy, and you can't help but see all kinds of flying things while you're out there. This week the photo contest theme is Birds & Bees, because they are both plentiful this time of year! Have some fun with this one, but be careful and don't get stung. Take your best shot and maybe you'll be the winner next week!
The contest begins now and ends Tuesday August 5th at 11:59 PDT. Good luck!
It's also time to announce the winner of our last photo contest! And the winner is...
1 day ago
Sprint expands 4G LTE network to 17 more markets
Sprint is making an aggressive roll out behind its 4G LTE network, bringing its high speed mobile broadband access to n additional 17 more markets. The addition of these markets span across the United States.
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