Samsung has been slowly encroaching on Apple’s iPhone and iPad turf, and now it appears the world’s second largest mobile manufacturer plans to assault Cupertino on a third front with an Android-powered media player at CES.
Stop us if you’ve heard this before: A third-party camera app that maps the volume button as the camera shutter. The popular Camera+ app hid just such a feature in a prior update, which got them banned from the App Store for four months. Now another company is trying the same trick.
Well, heck yeah, you got yourself some iOS gear either in your stocking, under the tree, or you won it spinning some mad dreidel. We hear ya. And, of course, there's only one place where the Yule is as cool as it can possibly be, and that's right here, just in case ya missed it, suckas. Mac|Life, holiday style.
Someone must love you very much. How else to explain the fact that you were given an awesome new iPhone or iPod for the holidays? You must have come out well on the "nice" side of the whole naughty/nice continuum. Congrats!
But now what? You've got this highly advanced device that you've heard so much about--how are you ever going to get up to speed? Don't worry, we're here to help, with 10 simple activities designed to get you comfortable with your new acquisition.
Gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson once said "When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro." We're down into the final, weirdest hours of Christmas shopping--Christmas Eve--and if you're still making a mad dash to the Apple Store, now's the time to turn pro. Still have someone on your list who's looking for an iPhone or an iPod? Here's our breakdown of what you should be looking for.
If you’ve ever struggled to figure out if your spouse is on the way home from work or if the kids got picked up from school or where the kids are hanging out today, a new app called Neer may help you sort it all out.
When the eggnog wears off and your wacky aunt starts reminiscing about the "war on Christmas," you're going to need some new iOS games to distract yourself from the ensuing mayhem of family celebrations. Whether you're an existing iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch owner--or are convinced you'll receive one in a shiny box in the short term--here are ten recent releases that'll keep your mind (and eyes) where they need to be this weekend: playing games.
You love the iPad. We love the iPad. Whether you're on the go or lounging around at home, Apple's svelte tablet is one of the most intuitive devices for getting online currently available to consumers. Sure, it lacks the ability to view Flash-based content, but savvy iPad-owners know that's not a barrier to getting the most out of the interwebz on an iOS device. To quell the complaints of all of the iPad Internet naysayers out there, we've put together a list of ten of our favorite websites that'll let you get the most out of the Internet on your iPad.
While most of us have been busy scurrying from store to store for last minute gifts or traveling home for the holidays this week, a few brave souls have been duking it out on our behalf in the name of keeping the Internet as free and as open a commodity as possible. Among the many geek and tech industry notables to take the stand and address the FCC as they explore the future of Net Neutrality, was Steve Wozniak, who argued in favor of an open Internet, free of the meddling hands and tiered-pricing plans that many Internet Service Providers are wont to indulge in.
iPad cases can be truly a work of art, whether they're made of recycled materials, hard-to-grip plastic, or faux leather. This week, we've got some pretty good looking--and yes, functional--iPad cases that'll protect your tablet and show it off in style.