For many of us, the first sign we're getting older is when we start squinting at our Mac display to read text or look at a thumbnail image. Apparently the creators of Tweetbot have the same problem, judging from their latest Mac update.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) published a patent today that demonstrates that Apple's probably not dragging its feet in the innovation department, after all. As reported by AppleInsider, the patent details a process that lets you manipulate digital objects with your hands above a touchscreen panel and not just by direct touch
Now here's an interesting rumor: Although Microsoft already owns its Kinect technology, the Israeli company that created it could soon find itself with a new corporate address in Cupertino, California.
We've proudly been iPhone users since the day they were first available six years ago, but along the way we've heard the siren song of the occasional Android or Windows Phone as well. There's just one problem: Manufacturers and carriers tend to junk up Android handsets with custom software, making it hard to find devices with the real stock experience. Now, two of the best are available direct from Google — find out which ones in today's recap.
Maybe your Fruit Ninja scores suck. But if you're an iPhone 5 owner, you may finally be able to blame the hardware instead of your clumsy finger swipes. An alleged glitch is appearing on the iPhone 5 and fifth-gen iPod Touch, where extremely quick, diagonal gestures are not registering correctly with the device.
If you're finding it hard to stay focused while waiting for a swanky new Kindle to arrive in the next month or so, why not fire up the Mac App Store and check out Amazon's latest update to the desktop version?
The rumor mill is surely heating up but we take everything with a grain of salt around here. Once bitten, twice shy, and all that. But where Apple is in the news there's always going to be sparks. Here's ten stories that we found hot on the site this week.
OS X Lion may be dead and gone, but that doesn't mean those who choose to ignore OS X Mountain Lion will be entirely left out in the cold -- Apple has just pushed out Safari 6 for last year's big cat which brings all of the same cool features.
If you’re not a fan of Apple’s built-in Mail app, you’ve no doubt discovered Sparrow for iPhone, which just got a little better with version 1.2 on Monday -- and there’s some good news and bad news about push being added to the app as well.
Thanks to the new iPad, developers are more in love with the device than ever. If you’re a loyal SugarSync user, it’s time to fire up the App Store and download the company’s new 3.0 update, which is all about your favorite slate.