Tumblr’s official iOS app has today been updated with a number of new sharing features, in addition to Instapaper and Pocket integration, that let you “do more than just reblog when you find something you love.” The update also makes some improvements to the photo viewer and the way the app displays GIF images.
Tumblr now allows you to share posts â€” with your own comments â€” via Facebook, Twitter, and more [Read More…]
This is the new logo for this year’s WWDC, which is scheduled to kick off on June 10th. WWDC logos tend to forecast in a round-about way what Apple thinks is the “kicker” of the conference: last year, it was the debut of the MacBook Pro with Retina Display.
So what does this WWDC 2013 logo mean? It features a bunch of rounded rectangles of varying colors, [Read More…]
Sprint has this morning reported its financial results for the first quarter of 2013, and they show yet another loss for America’s third-largest carrier. The company announced a $ 643 million net loss on $ 8.79 billion revenue, though it did manage to generate a positive operating revenue of $ 29 million.
Sprint sold 5 million smartphones during the period, 1.5 million of which were iPhones.
Sprint added 23,000 postpaid subscribers to [Read More…]
Now you need never lose a draft again.
Drafts 3.0 for iPad and iPhone launches today, and it turns an already useful text-wrangling app into a note-taking powerhouse. Added are organization tools for your old drafts, way better Evernote integration, great compatibility with iOS native Reminders app plus an all-new Actions Directory. Let’s take a look:
Drafts, in short, is an app which launches fast and lets you [Read More…]
Tweetbot — just our favorite Twitter client for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad — has just gotten a sweet update with one killer new feature: a swank new media timeline that allows you to quickly browse through just the images and videos popping up in your Twitter stream.
Available now on the App Store, version 2.8 of Tapbot’s awesome Twitter client has some pretty cool new features. Here are the release [Read More…]
Fans of both Ikea and swashbuckler movies will be very pleased with the new Metallo case from V-Moda. It comes with its own Allen wrench to screw on the backplate, and when you make this change, the sound “emulates the sound of unsheathing a sword.”
I have no idea what a sword sounds like when it is yanked from its scabbard (I only know what the movie version sounds like), but i like [Read More…]
Panasonic’s new LF1 is a Wi-Fi-sharing, fast-lens shooting RAW-capture camera which looks like a kind of remixed LX-series camera. It’s clearly aimed at smartphone users who want a little extra.
The Lumix LF1 shoots RAW images, has a 200k dot optical viewfinder, a 28-200mm equivalent zoom, Wi-Fi and NFC, a 3-inch LCD, a maximum ISO of 12,800 and a 12MP sensor.
The camera will retail for $ 500.
I like the Wi-Fi and [Read More…]
Apple has updated its Apple Store app for the iPhone to introduce push notifications for delivery updates. So when you order an item from the Apple Store, you’ll receive updates on its delivery status without having to check manually. The Cupertino company will even let you know when your iPhone is ready for an upgrade.Apple will send you a notification when your item has shipped, [Read More…]
I like to keep my iPhone’s lockscreen clean and free of distractions. Jailbreak tweaks that add weather, RSS, and more are useful for many, but the lockscreen can easily start to feel cluttered after awhile.
That’s why I’m excited to present “atom,” a new jailbreak tweak for the lockscreen that replaces the unlock slider with a beautifully subtle app launcher.
Shaped [Read More…]
The Genius Bar is a little sparse, and the flooring never would have been approved by Steve Jobs, but if you find yourself in Kabul with a deep thirst for the latest Apple gadgetry, the unofficial Apple Store of Afghanistan is the place to go.
While Apple has been busy dominating the retail world with its highly profitably shops, poor Afghanistan has been left without an official Apple Store to call [Read More…]