Springpad launched on the heels of Evernote in 2008. Though the two are superficially alike â€” they’re both cloud-based note-taking services often accessed though their respective iOS and Android apps â€” Springpad was always a little more geared toward… Read more ›
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Fed up of hearing about iPad Christmases already, and want to be reminded of what winter is actually all about? Head over to the App Store then and download the free Sickweather iOS app, which will provide you with real-time,… Read more ›
Its title may sound like a Star Wars-based mockbuster by The Asylum (the studio that brought us Sharknado and Atlantic Rim), but Stellar Wars, a new iOS title out now from developer Liv Games, is actually the followup to 2011′s… Read more ›
If you want an iPad mini with Retina Display today, there’s only one way to get one: reserve it for in-store pick-up. That’s how I got my 128GB iPad mini with Retina Display on day one of availability while my…
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After announcing new MacBook Pros, Apple’s Phil Schiller turned everyone’s attention to the Mac Pro. The all-new Pro was originally teased at WWDC in June, and today Schiller called it Apple’sÂ ”vision of the future of the pro desktop.” Schiller revealed…
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Apple has quietly updated the OS X Mavericks developer GM to a new build number ahead of the software’s imminent public release. The new build number isÂ 13A603 while the original seed isÂ 13A598. 9to5Mac first spotted the change and made the…
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TweetDeck for Mac, the free Twitter client from Twitter that’s not the official Twitter client, has been updated to make it easier for users to tweet, send DMs, and preview images before you share them.Â Composing, publishing, and replying to tweets…
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Hidden object games don’t usually catch my fancy, to be honest. I’ve never been a big fan of the mechanics, which typically require you to find objects to then reveal other objects, which can then be combined to become actual useful objects. I’ve also never been too taken by the typical romanticized story lines, either. […]
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Over the last couple of years Samsung has earned itself a reputation for using Apple products as “inspiration” and then copying them in the most blatant waysÂ possible. The fury of Apple fans was ignited again last week as Samsung was caught shamelessly copying the Apple’s new golden iPhone Â creation – the golden iPhone 5sÂ - when […]
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iOS 7 may be one of the most hotly anticipated mobile operating system releases of all time, but after extensive testing and usage of iOS 7.0 across a variety of devices, we’re taking the unusual step of recommending that some users hold off from updating to the initial release. At the very least, reconsider whether or not some of the potential performance trade-offs that [Read More...]