For a fun experiment in data visualization, the good folks over at MobileUnlocked have put together a world map showing how the cost of an iPhone 5s varies around the world. It’s possible to look at this data in both… Read more ›
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It’s sometimes easy to forget just what a paradigm shift the tablet computer — and specifically the iPad — represents. Well, Phil Schiller just reminded us by tweeting a link to Apple’s latest “Life on iPad” campaign. https://twitter.com/pschiller/status/403786206749528064 From wind… Read more ›
Friday afternoon I checked out the Retina iPad mini at a local Apple reseller (spoiler: itâ€™s awesome), and I tried it right after Iâ€™d hefted the iPad Air. And I noticed something I hadnâ€™t heard about in any reviews:… Read more ›
Narrated running is probably the best way to describe the new Story Running feature embedded in Runtastic’s updated app, but the outfit’s new Libra scale is more interesting. Their are several Story Running modules, each with it’s own flavor;…
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TeeVee, my go-to TV episode listings app, has just gotten a super-useful update: calendar integration. Now the app not only keeps you updated about airing TV shows via push notifications, it can also integrate them right into your calendar. I…
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Apple may or may not announce an iPad mini with Retina display in a couple weeks, but one thing that’s pretty much a given at this point is Touch ID coming to the iPad and iPad mini. We haven’t seen any leaked fingerprint sensor components for the upcoming iPad 5 hit the Internet yet, but […]
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While the new colors, flatness, and gradients of iOS 7 have received most of the attention from consumers, businesses are excited about the potential of the new iBeacons feature, and how it will change the way consumers interact with businesses. The MLB put the technology on full display yesterday at Citi Field […]
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With the fifth-generation iPad set to feature a new design based on the smaller, sleeker iPad mini, Apple’s existing lineup of iPad Smart Covers aren’t going to fit it. But fear not, Smart Cover fans â€” Apple is already working on new models that will fit the iPad 5’s smaller chassis. Check them out in […]
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The Magnefix book case for the iPad mini solves two problems: first, it protects the edges and corners of the little iPad like the Smart Cover never can, and second, it converts into a stand that doesn’t suck â€“ the opposite of the iPad Mini’s own Smart Cover. And, as all future-looking gadgets do, […]
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