Good news, iOS power-nerds! TextExpander Touch 2.0 has just been released into the wilds of the App Store and is available for your keystroke-saving delectation. The big news? Fill-In snippets finally come to iOS. But that’s not all… Save time and customize repetitive responses with fill-ins for single lines of text, multiple lines of text, [...]
Yahoo Unveils Complete Redesign Of Flickr, Now Offering 1TB [Read More...]
Apple has started selling refurbished models of itsÂ latest iPod touch online. In this case, that means $ 50 off, which translates to a 12%-16% price cut depending on the storage size. A 32GB refurbished iPod touch costs $ 249 instead of the normal $ 299, and a 64GB model costs $ 349 instead of $ 399. A refurbished option is not available for the 16GB iPod touch, [Read More...]
A new report suggests that the next iPad mini will be getting a new touch panel supplier, and guess what? It’s not Samsung.
According to David Hsieh, NPD DisplaySearch Greater China’s VP, the next iPad mini will have touch panels that came, at least in part, from Innolux.
According to the Taipei Times:
South Koreaâ€™s LG Display Co and Taiwanâ€™s AU Optronics Corp (å‹é”å…‰é›») are the major touch panel suppliers for [Read More...]
The Homeworld series, launched in 1999 by Relic Entertainment and Sierra Entertainment, is considered by many to be the birth of the modern 3D real time strategy game. Homeworld: Cataclysm was released the following year, with Homeworld 2 following in 2003.
Today, development house teamPixel wants to license the Homeworld franchise, liberating it from the THQ bankruptcy, and create two new games: Homeworld Touch, a remake of the Homeworld game with a new, modern, touchscreen interface for iOS and Andriod, [Read More...]
Unlike the desktop browsers, there are no obvious “History” menus in Safari on the iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad to help you navigate through webpages you visited earlier that you may want to access again. But that doesn’t mean there is no browsing history feature, instead it’s just slightly hidden, and accessing the browsing history in Safari is super simple though it may not be immediately evident given how it’s accessed in iOS.
Viewing Browser History in Safari for iOS [Read More...]
Have you ever wanted to block ads from showing up in apps on your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch like you can for web browsers on the desktop? Of course you have, and though you can’t quite block ads in Safari in iOS, you can block ads from many apps by using AirPlane Mode or turning off Wi-Fi. The type of ads this trick works on are those that hover over the display of many free apps and games, like [Read More...]
Unless it’s full of unread notifications, the iPhone’s lock screen is already pretty bare â€” Apple has designed it to be clean and clear, like the rest of iOS. But you can take it a step further with SubtleLock, a new tweak for jailbroken iPhones that adds a touch of minimalism to your lock screen to provide you with more space and a cleaner look.
Once installed, SubtleLock slims down the bars [Read More...]
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We’ve seen dozens of kinds of styli released over the last few years for the iPad, in order to make drawing and painting easier onscreen. While none have been quite perfect, the new Adonit Jot Touch might just be one of the best attempts so far, utilizing some features not seen before in other stylus options.
Unlike other pens designed for the iPad, the Jot Touch takes [Read More...]
Remember the Optimus Maximus keyboard from Art Lebedev? No, me either. But if I did I’d probably recall the LED keycaps which had two distinct functions: One, to display a tiny image on top of each key and two, to send the cost of the keyboard through the roof.
Today we bring you the e-ink keyboard, which is the same kind of thing, only way more practical.
The idea of the e-ink keycaps on this [Read More...]
Fact: I was once taking some notes about an exhibit in a gallery/museum in Berlin and a guard told me to stop using my cellphone. It was in fact an iPod touch, but whatever – try explaining that to a German security guard when you can’t speak German.
If I’d been in Gabriele Meldaikyte’s art exhibit, though, I could have continued pinching, tapping, swiping (and giving the finger to the guard) without even touching my “phone.” [Read More...]