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Losing the TV remote may soon become a thing of the past, now that it’s going to be permanently strapped to your wrist. DirecTV debuted its Apple Watch app this morning that gives customers the ability to control their DVRs… Read more ›

How much profit do you think you’d make per day if you coded a Top 10 paid app in the Mac App Store? $ 10,000? Maybe even $ 20,000 a day? While the iOS App Store has been a gold mine for… Read more ›

Never miss an iPhone call or alert again

There are two different channels for audio on your iOS device: there are ringers and alert sounds and there are media sounds, like from the Music app or various games on your iPhone. The hardware volume buttons on the side… Read more ›

We’re starting to learn more about what excommunicated Apple executive Scott Forstall is up to after years of flying under the radar. The former head of iOS is an advisor to Snapchat, and although he will likely continue to be involved… Read more ›

Steve Wozniak thinks he and co-founder Steve Jobs could never have found employment at the company they created together, had they been in their twenties in 2015. “I look at the experience and education levels you need to get a… Read more ›

  Apple has bought a boring database company you’ve never heard of called FoundationDB. While not as sexy as buying Beats, the acquisition is good news for Apple’s increasingly important cloud services. The Virginia-based startup, which has raised a little… Read more ›

Apple is serious about getting its products into the enterprise market — and to prove it, it’s calling in the services of longtime Hewlett-Packard executive John Solomon to take charge. Solomon’s precise job title and role at Apple are unclear,… Read more ›

The first full day of CES if starting to wrap up and if there’s one trend that’s starting to emerge, it’s that there are no trends. Nowhere was this more apparent than Samsung’s keynote, where the company threw everything and… Read more ›

Though he’s toyed with escape games for years, Turkish developer Maruf Nebil didn’t get hooked on the genre until 100 Floors hit the App Store in 2012. When The Room Two upped the ante with gorgeous 3-D environments a year… Read more ›

When Apple first released iOS 8 to the general public, more than a few people with older devices such as the iPhone 4S, iPad 2, and iPad mini noticed that it slowed their devices down to a crawl. When Apple… Read more ›