Gameloft has today releaseÂ Gangstar VegasÂ for iOS, the latest title in its open-world,Â Grand Theft Auto-inspired series of action games. The title takes you on a dangerous adventure through the “City of Sin” as you play as aÂ mixedÂ martial arts fighter through 80 action-packed missions.
Gangstar VegasÂ boasts a brand new map that’s nine times bigger than previousÂ GangstarÂ worlds, plus insane weapons, the wildest characters, and crazy vehicles, including high-speed muscle cars, monster trucks, and fighter jets. [Read More…]
You’ve all used those personal guided museum tours, right? The ones that use a button-covered box and a pair of filthy headphones to tell you all about the painting/sculpture/diorama in front of you?
Well, imagine that instead of a stupid box and worn out headphones you got to use your own iPhone. And instead of having to tap in a number to hear the guide, you just relied on GPS to know what [Read More…]
Logitech has today announced that it is acquiring TT Design Labs, a two-person startup responsible for the TidyTilt cover for iPhone. The deal will make Logitech the owner of TT’s assets, and the accessory giant has already made the TidyTilt available to pre-order.
You may have heard of the TidyTilt before; it began as a Kickstarter project back in 2012Â that was so successful it ended up raising more than 2000% of [Read More…]
Casemakers are known to gamble on upcoming iOS product launches. Every day they can have their product on the shelves closer to launch is a day they have a leg up over their competitors in the hyper-competitive case market.
Case in point, here’s a story about Hard Candy Cases gambled (and lost) $ 50,000 on iPhone 4S moldings from China to get their cases first-to-market. When the [Read More…]
When we talk about the Android/iOS wars, we often talk about it as a purely binary conflict. If one side wins, the other side must lose.
According to the latest Flurry Mobile Report, though, that simply isn’t true. There’s room for two kings, and while Android has surpassed iOS in overall marketshare, people spend much more time in-app on iOS.
Techcrunch has a great write-up of what Flurry’s latest report is [Read More…]
This Cult of Mac Deals offer wonâ€™t just save you time on your Mac, but it will save you money as well. Thatâ€™s right. Weâ€™ve partnered with 2 great developers to bring you The Double Down Mac Bundle! You pay what you want for Find Any File and if you pay more than the average price, youâ€™ll also receive Shortcuts.
But youâ€™re not just saving money and helping developers with [Read More…]
Mail Pilot, the email client that was born on Kickstarter and first hit iOS back in April, is coming to the Mac. We don’t have a release for it yet, but if you’re itching to get your hands on it, you can sign up for the public beta today.Â
“Weâ€™ve spent months crafting an intuitively productive email experience for the desktop, and we canâ€™t wait to reveal what [Read More…]
iOS7 could learn from Heliog’s great thumbnail view.
The iPad is pretty great for photographers, but in typical Apple fashion, if you want to really use the device then you keep knocking up against crazy and annoying limits. The most obvious of these is probably the whole iPhoto/iPhoto problem: two apps, for Mac an iOS, that share a name but little else. They certainly donâ€™t share their photos.
So what would I [Read More…]
Today, the fourth day of the Apple e-book anti-trust trial taking place in New York, Google’s director of strategic partnerships testified as a government witness. Thomas Turvey, under cross examination from Apple lawyer Orin Snyder, told the court that while the publishers named in the original suit had told him that they had moved to an agency model due to deals with Apple, he also acknowledged that his lawyer had helped him [Read More…]
Today the story broke about PRISM, a supposedly top-secret program at the US National Security Agency (NSA) that has been in operation since 2007.
Who’s Involved? The NSA and the FBI Microsoft (2007), Yahoo (2008), Google (2009), Facebook (2009), PalTalk (2009), YouTube (2010), Skype (2011), AOL (2011), Apple (2012) What’s Being Shared?
While specifics of what has actually been shared aren’t in the slideshow, the following types of files are called out: