Tag Archive: Real


ICYMI: New Apple gear, real and imagined

We’ve got a host of new stuff to show off this week, from Killian’s look at the new MacBook and iMac lines to Luke’s exploration of all things bacon (emoji). We’ve got Rob’s essential Apple Watch tips, a new credit-card… Read more ›

How real historical intrigue inspires Game of Thrones

You know nothin’, Jon Snow. Especially how much more full of shifting alliances and intrigue The Wars of the Roses was than your epic television series is able to show. Game of Thrones superfans may already know that 15th-century England… Read more ›

Snapchat ghosts are ready to haunt the real world

Snapchat plans to start showing up in more places than just your iPhone. After introducing Snapcodes for easily adding friends from within the app, the social network is now letting users customize and print their own branded ghosts to share… Read more ›

Casey Neistat showed us a brilliant way to turn your cheapo Apple Watch into a luxurious gold Edition, but if you’d like to make your fake Edition look just like the real thing, you can now get it gold plated… Read more ›

How to turn great iOS app ideas into something real

My friends, family and even complete strangers are constantly asking me how to get their million-dollar app idea in the App Store. This is always a shocker for me because, after countless hours of hard work over the past two… Read more ›

There have been some Apple Watch games announced — mostly simple affairs, like Nimblebit’s upcoming Letterpad — but nothing truly epic. WayForward Technologies, the veteran developer behind Ducktales Remasters, wants to change that. They’ve just announced that their latest adventure… Read more ›

Today, 1Password developer AgileBits announced that their popular iOS password management app, 1Password, has been updated to the Apple Watch. But 1Password could even be cooler in the updates that follow. 1Password for both OS X and iOS are already… Read more ›

Fresh off his deep dive into CES, Alex takes on home automation and how HomeKit may just change everything, making the dream of an easy, ubiquitous home future a reality. Rob takes a look at a new game that turns… Read more ›

The year is 2018. After a long day at work, you pull into your driveway, whip out your iPhone 10 Plus and say, “Siri, I’m home.†Your garage door opens silently, beckoning you to enter the ultra-connected smart home of… Read more ›

Whether it’s fuzzy Polaroid-style filters on Instagram, or iPhone speakers disguised to look like cassette players, there’s a fascinating retro streak that runs through high tech: something that should, by rights, be as modern as it gets. With that in… Read more ›