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Pebble Notes Puts Everything You Need To Remember On Your Wrist

Pebble Notes, a new iPhone app written by a student for students, puts important information on your wrist by sending your notes to your Pebble. So many of us rely on the notes we’ve created and stored on our smartphones… Read more ›     

Apple Publishes Chart Of Week’s Most Downloaded iOS Games

Apple has released its latest weekly list of the most downloaded games in the App Store. Unlike a near-realtime list like the iTunes chart, this list reflects cumulative total downloads over a 7-day period — in this case March 24… Read more ›     

BlackBerry Severs Partnership With T-Mobile After iPhone Feud

BlackBerry has announced that it will not renew the T-Mobile (U.S.) license to sell its products when it expires on April 25 — ending a decade-plus relationship between the two companies. “BlackBerry has had a positive relationship with T-Mobile for… Read more ›     

Nest Thermostat Goes On Sale In The U.K.

The Google-owned Nest thermostat arrives in the U.K. today. Created by “Podfather” Tony Fadell and former Apple colleague Matt Rogers, the Nest thermostat is an iOS-connected device which allows users to control and automate their indoor heating. It can be… Read more ›     

Schiller Says Samsung Has ‘Caused People To Question’ Apple Innovations

Phil Schiller took to the stand yesterday for the second day of Apple’s latest patent trial with Samsung. Schiller mostly rehashed the same defense he used when the two companies met in court last November, also over a patent dispute… Read more ›     

Handy Photo 2 Editing App Really Is Handy

Handy Photo has gone from v1 to v2, and has changed from an app I apparently installed and then discarded to something that looks very useful indeed for the mobile photographer. The update brings iOS 7 support, a complete redesign… Read more ›     

Shoot 2K Video On Your iPhone With Ultrakam App

Ultrakam is a video-shooting app that uses more of the iPhone’s pixels than the stock camera app to capture something like 2K video from the iPhone 5, 5S and compatible iPads. Yup, 2K video on your iPhone, and a lot… Read more ›     

5.5-Inch iPhone 6 Suffers Production Setback [Rumor]

Apple may be moving ahead with its larger 5.5 inch iPhone, but according to a new report it’s running into a few problems along the way. Reuters reports that while Apple is set to begin mass producing displays for its… Read more ›     

iPhone 6 with 4.7″ Display to be Released in Fall, Says Reuters Report

Apple will launch an iPhone 6 with a 4.7″ display sometime this fall, according to a new report from Reuters. Additionally, a separate iPhone 6 model with a larger 5.5″ display may be delayed due to production issues. Citing unspecified sources, Reuters says that both iPhone 6 models will use a new touch technology that … Read More

Diablo-Style KingsRoad Makes The Move To iPad

Remember that slick-looking Diablo-style hack and slash game we raved about, KingsRoad? We were astonished that such a full-on console-level action RPG game was available on Facebook when we saw it demoed at the Game Developers Conference a couple of… Read more ›