Tag Archive: Notice


Apple Watch apps kinda suck, but Cupertino hopes you won’t notice

At this week’s “Let us loop you in” keynote, Apple revealed a major shift in its smartwatch strategy. Tim Cook tried to dress it up by announcing new Apple Watch bands and a price drop, but the most significant aspect was what he did not say: There was no mention of third-party Watch apps. After […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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Burstly’s SkyRocket Users Get 90-Day Notice Following Apple Acquisition

When Apple acquired Burstly last month, the company behind popular iOS app beta platform Testflight, a lot of people questioned how it would discontinue support for Android and the wider TestFlight SDK to new users. According to a document acquired…Read more ›    [Read More…]

All The Changes In iOS 7.1 Beta You’ll Actually Notice

This morning Apple released its first major beta build of iOS 7 to developers since the release of iOS 7 in September. On the surface the update seems to be just a bunch of bug fixes and performance improvements for…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Facebook’s New Graph Search Just +1-Upped Google, And Apple Should Be Taking Notice

Mark Zuckerberg unveiled Graph Search to the world this morning at his company's California headquarters.

Mark Zuckerberg unveiled Graph Search to the world this morning at Facebook’s HQ.

Amidst rumors of a mysterious smartphone and new iPad apps, Facebook held a big press event today at its headquarters in Menlo Park, California. The topic was search, or more specifically, social search. It’s a new feature Facebook is calling “Graph Search,” and the beta  [Read More…]

Radius Is An iPhone 5 Case That’s So Simple You’ll Hardly Notice It [Kickstart This!]

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No one really likes slapping a case on their iPhone — no matter how pretty or how protective that case may be. And if you’re anything like me, you’ll try to find the thinnest, lightest iPhone case on the market in an effort to preserve Apple’s sleek and sexy design. Mod-3 feels exactly the same way, and they’ve designed the Radius, a new iPhone 5 case that’s so minimalistic you’ll hardly  [Read More…]

GREE Kills OpenFeint, Developers Given Just Under One Month’s Notice [Report]

So long, Open Feint, we hardly knew ye.

Launched in February of 2009, OpenFeint was the first useful leader board and multiplayer matching service for iOS games. It was originally developed by Jason Citron’s Aurora Feint development team, and went on to become an SDK that iOS, and later Android, developers could include in their mobile games without having to build their own multiplayer, leader board, or achievement system.

In 2011, social gaming company GREE purchased OpenFeint for  [Read More…]

iPhone 5 Mod Receives Takedown Notice From Apple, Will Stop Selling In 48 Hours

Get it quick.

Just as we had predicted, the iPhone mod that aims to turn your iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S into an iPhone 5 which we told you about yesterday has been pulled by Apple. The site selling the kit has received a letter from a third-party who is “authorized to send notice and takedowns on behalf of Apple,” and it will stop selling in 48 hours.

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Apple’s Takedown Notice to Galaxy Nexus Retailers Surfaces

Earlier this week reports surfaced claiming Apple has been actively sending takedown notices to Galaxy Nexus third-party retailers. Well, here is a copy of the letter and what it says. Re: Apple Inc. v. Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., et al., United States District Court, Northern District of California, Case No. C-11-01846 (LHK) [Name redacted] We represent Apple Inc. in the above-referenced action. We enclose a copy of the June 26 preliminary injunction ordered entered by  [Read More…]

Siri Will Eat Into Your Data Allowance, But Youll Hardly Notice It

Siri is a tremendous addition to Apples latest iPhone. But if youve already had the pleasure of making it your own virtual assistant, you may have noticed that without a data connection, Siri goes quiet. Thats because the feature connects to Apples servers every time you make a request in order to retrieve your answers, or perform the task you have requested. If youre a regular Siri user, then, you  [Read More…]