Tag Archive: Records

Google records your voice searches — and you can hear them all

Google is incredibly accurate at understanding voice searches, which makes it super useful on mobile when you might want to find information without using your hands. But did you know that the company records every single voice search you make? What’s more, you can listen back to each and every one. Don’t believe us? Visit your “Voice & […]

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

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iOS 9 breaks records with 50% adoption in just 5 days

iOS 9 has only been out since last Wednesday, but already it’s smashing records — being named the fastest case of iOS adoption in history, with more than 50 percent of devices already using iOS 9.2. “iOS 9 is also off to an amazing start, on pace to be downloaded by more users than any […]

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‘Albums still matter’: 20 records you should savor end-to-end

When Prince presented the Grammy for best album this week, he made an impassioned case for a musical format that many seem ready to write off as dead. “Albums, remember those?” he said. “Albums still matter. Albums, like books and…Read more ›

Apple shatters records with $74.6 billion in revenue, $18 billion in profit for Q1 2015

The numbers are finally in for Apple’s Q1 2015 financial quarter, and just as predicted, Apple blew away its own projections with a record-breaking $ 74.6 billion in revenue, leading to $ 18 billion in net profits. Both profit and revenue topped…Read more ›

Apple says it shattered App Store revenue records in July

Since Apple announced its Q3 2014 earnings last month everyone seems focused on less-than-stellar iPad sales, but along with the impending launch of the iPhone 6, Apple’s got a lot to celebrate as the company told CNBC that the App…Read more ›

xRec Sneaks Into App Store, Records iPhone Screen Without Jailbreak

xrecHave you ever wished you could record your iPhone’s screen activity? Short of a tool on the Mac like Reflector, it’s hard to capture video of iOS in action. Apple doesn’t allow apps in the App Store that can record video of anything on the screen… until now. A new app called xRec has managed […]

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Apple Wants To See Android Source Code Records In Samsung Patent Suit


Apple wants to see documents related to Android source code in its ongoing patent infringement suit against Samsung. The Cupertino company has asked U.S. Magistrate Judge Paul S. Grewal to force Google to hand over the information, which it is allegedly withholding improperly, Bloomberg reports.

As part of its second patent-infringement case against Samsung, Apple argues that Android “provides much of the accused functionality” in all of Samsung’s allegedly infringing products. As such,  [Read More…]

Google’s New YouTube Capture App Records And Uploads Video Directly To YouTube


Google just released a new app that is going to make it even easier to share all your funny and embarrassing videos on YouTube. YouTube Capture is a new iOS app by Google that records videos and uploads them to YouTube straight from your iPhone.

YouTube Capture is designed to get videos on to the video sharing service as easily as possible by keeping the interface clean and simple. Once you open  [Read More…]

Doctors Love The iPhone And iPad Even Though Many Electronic Records Systems Dont

The iPhone and iPad are the most preferred mobile devices in healthcare.

The iPhone is the most popular device among medical professionals, followed by the iPad and then Android smartphones. That’s one of the key findings in a new study that examines the relationship between electronic health records (EHR) systems, mobile technology, and how doctors, nurses, and other healthcare providers use both mobile devices and EHR systems.

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Carrier IQ Android, Symbian and BlackBerry Spyware Records Everything Users Do, No Easy Way to Disable

Android, Symbian, and BlackBerry handsets secretly record everything you do. Locationgate looks like Apple tried to sneak a few gummy bears from the candy section at the supermarket compared to this. Fast forward to the nine minute mark in the video above for what Gizmodo calls the damning sequence. The culprit is a piece of software called Carrier IQ. It lurks in the deep recesses of nearly every modern Android, Symbian, and BlackBerry phone and literally records everything you do.  [Read More…]