If history is indeed destined to repeat itself, Intel’s next-gen Haswell processors will power the 2013 gambit of Macs. Every year Apple typically puts the newest Intel silicon in its desktop and laptop models, and this year should be no exception. When Haswell desktop lineup specs leaked in December 2012, we got a peak at what will likely power the 2013 iMac.
Intel has now said that [Read More...]
No, I mean, “Green eggs and ham!”
When Siri was updated along with iOS 6, we showed you a bunch of ways to use Apple’s personal digital assistant the right way, like using punctuation and finding out the weather.
Yet time marches ever onward, and we’ve compiled yet another five tips and tricks to help you master Siri, whether you’re looking to create a secure password [Read More...]
Although Apple doesn’t like to talk too much about it, they admit right on their official website that all of the glass used in their iPhone and iPad displays are made by Corning, makers of Gorilla Glass.
Corning’s always looking to make their glass stronger, thinner and more useful to Apple, though, which is why they’ve just announced Corning Lotus XT Glass, which looks to be a prime contender for use in the upcoming iPhone 5S, iPad 5 and iPad [Read More...]
If you’ve tried to use Siri to call or text someone, you know it’s pretty simple. Just say, for example, “Call Joe Smith,” and Siri will call the person named Joe Smith in your Contacts App.
But did you know that Siri can also identify people via their relationship to you? You can say, “Call my brother,” or “Text my daughter,” and Siri will call or text that person, provided you’ve [Read More...]
What if your iOS lockscreen intelligently pulled together all the data inside your iPhone and made sure that you could keep track with your real-world life without even sliding-to-unlock?
This beautiful iOS 7 concept by JÃ¼rgen Ulbrich of Apfellike.de reimagines iOS as something a lot more similar to Google Now than we’ve ever seen in iOS before.
Stylistically, we can quibble about it — the visual style of this concept obviously is more in Google’s school than Apple’s — but [Read More...]
Since the beginning of February, Mophie has gone from having zero iPhone 5 battery cases to having three. Today the popular case maker announced yet another battery case tailored for the iPhone 5, the Juice Pack Plus. The case costsÂ $ 120, and it contains more juice than its predecessors.
Remember when Mophie announced its first iPhone 5 case and everyone rejoiced because it had taken nearly six months? Then a second iPhone [Read More...]
Google Now was already pretty awesome, but now it’s getting even better on both iOS and Android. And it’s coming to the desktop as part of Google’s Knowledge Graph.
On the Google Now front, we’re about to see a lot more cards, in cluding cards for reminders, music albums, TV shows, public transit, books and video games. For reminders, you can actually set them in Google Now by voice, and [Read More...]
Pinterest has updated its official app on both Android and iOS with several big features. Users can now receive push notifications for things like comments, mentions, and repins. “@” mentions have also been added for messaging friends on the service. Pinterest will now show you search suggestions as you type, like Google.
An iOS exclusive feature is the ability to send a pin to someone directly within the app. You can also [Read More...]
Every week Mac Games and More (http://www.macgamesandmore.com/) features a casual, amusing game just for you enjoy over the weekend. This week in Azada – Elementa, a notorious villain with an unpronounceable name is wreaking havoc and you’re to put him in his place and set things straight. Download it and try the free one hour demo now
Azada – Elementa Collector’s Edition (adventure/hidden objects) – Things aren’t going [Read More...]
Pixelmator 2.2 just hit the Mac App Store, bringing more than 100 new features and improvements to one of the finest image editors on OS X. The update includes smart shape tools, a new light leak effect, a custom shapesÂ palette, and lots more.
For those unfamiliar with Pixelmator, it’s a wonderful image editing application for Mac that prides itself on being “the worldâ€™s most innovative, easy-to-use, fast and powerful image editing app.” [Read More...]