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The first thing you’ll notice about Star Trek: Trexels (if you’re a massive nerd like me anyway) is that all the little pixel people are wearing Original Series uniforms while the overall game interface is the LCARS system from The… Read more ›     

Some users have reported problems with sending text messages to their friends and family after the upgrade to iOS 7. Typically, when iMessage is unavailable, your iPhone should send messages as SMS ones instead, denoted by the green chat bubble… Read more ›     

WSJ: Sprint Wants To Buy T-Mobile

Sprint is planning to buy T-Mobile, according to The Wall Street Journal. The $ 20+ billion deal would combine the nation’s third and fourth largest carriers. Sprint is reportedly “studying regulatory concerns and could launch a bid in the first half… Read more ›     

  Yes, the beatings and bright lights of GTA: San Andreas have finally been squeezed onto iPad and iPhone screens. But that’s not the only good news this week regarding iOS ports of big-name classics. Transport Tycoon, an elegant SimCity-like… Read more ›     

The problem with the native Contacts app on your iPhone is that you have to keep the addresses, phone numbers, and emails updated on your own. If your friend moves, or gets a new number, it’s up to you to… Read more ›     

Apple seeded the second beta of iOS 7.1 to developers nearly a month after 7.1 beta 1 was released. Once again, Apple’s beta doesn’t contain any major new features but there are a couple useful tweaks that you’ll enjoy hidden… Read more ›     

Apple EarPods are sleek and gorgeous. For most people like me though, they fallout all the time. Moshi has released its new Mythro earbuds that promise to stay in-place while still sounding good at an affordable price, so we’ve decided to put them… Read more ›     

Apple has released the second beta of iOS 7.1 for those registered with the iOS Developer program. The new build is 11D5115d and arrives nearly a month after the first beta release of 7.1 was rolled out.

iOS 7.1 Beta 2

Those registered with the registered developer program can download iOS 7.1 beta 2 ISPW directly from Apple by logging into the dev center. The supported device list includes all hardware eligible to  [Read More…]

Today the Chinese site C Technology published a report saying that Apple’s rumored iWatch is coming next October and will have wireless charging. C Technology has gotten stuff wrong about Apple in the past, but it has also leaked parts for… Read more ›     

App Store Icon The App Store gained a location awareness feature in iOS 7 that lists the most popular applications used in any given region, based upon the devices current location. For iPhone users who live in a particular location, it may not be that exciting beyond a one-time check up – though some cities do have great local apps that can be found and resurfaced through the ‘Popular Near Me’ menu –  [Read More…]