News tagged ‘iphone’
Tuesday, 27 Dec 2011
Apple recently applied for patents that point to hydrogen fuel-cell powered devices that could potentially last for "days or even weeks of usage without refueling".
The new figures from IBM Benchmark's survey of online sales on Christmas reveals that iOS devices were the chosen platform for 13.4 percent of all transactions.
Thursday, 22 Dec 2011
Flickr has just updated its app for the iPhone but its absence from the iPad is still conspicuous. New changes include minor user interface tweaks and easier batch uploading of shots.
Monday, 19 Dec 2011
An update to the iOS version of Facebook has just hit the iTunes App Store, sporting the new Timeline interface that has been available on its desktop and Android versions since last week.
Thursday, 15 Dec 2011
Flipboard was made available for the iPhone recently and within the short span of a week it has already reached one million users.
Tuesday, 6 Dec 2011
Marcus Schappi, an Australian software developer, has revealed how he used a few relatively inexpensive components to hack the iPhone 4S voice recognition app Siri, enabling him to use voice commands to turn his house lights on and off and open web pages on his computer.
Monday, 28 Nov 2011
An Asian source has claimed that Hitatchi Displays and Sony Mobile Display Corporation have started shipping 4-inch displays for a new iOS device.
Monday, 21 Nov 2011
Details on the upcoming slew of Apple products indicate certain design changes to accommodate bigger, better components used in the iPad and iPhone, and a thinner MacBook Pro.
Portable devices aren't exactly very durable when it comes to taking a fall, and it has been revealed that Apple filed a patent in the first half of 2010, looking into improving the durability of its iOS devices. Hit the jump for more details.
Wednesday, 16 Nov 2011
The Ching Chong Group, a Singapore-based creative technology studio, announced today the launch of Feecha, a mobile tool that allows people to locate interesting happenings in close proximity.