Reserve your Uber car right from the YP app

April 12th, 2015 No Comments »

Let your Uber do the driving, I guess. There was a time when the Yellow Pages were pretty much a necessity that sat underneath everyone’s phone. You could even get vinyl cover protectors to keep them from ripping. And those had ads on them, too. It’s not like Google and Facebook invented this stuff. Anyway, Yellow […]

How to send audio from Apple TV to AirPlay speakers

April 1st, 2015 1 Comment »

Imagine you’re streaming a song from iCloud via Apple TV but don’t want it to play on the television’s subpar speakers; or you’re watching a movie but would like the audio to play from another speaker. Not many of us know this, but the audio output from Apple TV can be redirected to any AirPlay speakers or even other […]

iPhone 6 case review: The Scarf from Totallee

March 29th, 2015 No Comments »

There are hundreds of options when it comes to iPhone cases. In fact, there are so many options it’s kind of hard to tell the difference between many of them. Well, that’s certainly not the case with The Scarf case from Totallee. It’s the world’s thinnest iPhone case. It’s just 0.35mm thin. That’s ridiculous. That’s […]

Apple removing antivirus apps from App Store

March 21st, 2015 No Comments »

Apple may be removing all antivirus and anti-malware applications from the iOS App Store. Some apps have recently been removed, and it has been reported the removals are connected to a general removal of those app categories. Apps such as VirusBarrier from Intego are no longer available, and Intego says that’s due to Apple’s decision… Continue […]

Apple Watch ranges in price from $349 to over $10,000; on sale April 24

March 10th, 2015 No Comments »

Apple answered questions about its first smartwatch at a media event in San Francisco on Monday and now we’ve got some answers on how much Apple Watch will cost and when you can buy…

Nike+ moves from app to platform with four new device partners

March 6th, 2015 No Comments »

After going it alone with health tracking hardware, Nike is expanding relationships to use its Nike+ app with non-Nike devices. The company announced four new hardware partners on Friday — Garmin,…

Good Technology report: iOS continues to win back share from Android

February 28th, 2015 No Comments »

Among other key findings in the tenth quarterly Good Technology Mobility Index Report, covering Q4 2014 and released today, is that Apple’s iOS continues to win back share from Android. Riding the momentum of last fall’s iPhone 6’s launch, iOS share increased from 69% in Q3 to 73% of activations in Q4. The report notes […]

Review: iRig Pads MIDI controller from IK Multimedia

February 27th, 2015 No Comments »

iOS devices are amazingly adaptable; there really does seem to be an app for just about everything. What’s missing, though, is a tactile experience. You can put virtual buttons all over the screen, but you’ll always, at least subconsciously, want real buttons, knobs, and sliders. IK Multimedia has an accessory called the iRig Pads that […]

Here’s your first look at Heavenstrike Rivals from Square Enix

February 18th, 2015 No Comments »

If you’re like me, you’re waiting for Square Enix to announced the U.S. release of Chaos Rings III. If you’re not like me, or if you are and you’re just looking for something to hold you over until then, this other news from Square Enix will serve you well. Mediatonic and Square Enix will be releasing their multiplayer […]

Bruce Lee fights back from the grave in Temple Run 2

February 13th, 2015 No Comments »

It’s the re-entry of the Dragon as we enter the game of death, Temple Run 2, now with an officially licensed new character. They call him Bruce. Bruce Lee, in fact, the iconic martial… Continue reading Bruce Lee fights back from the grave in Temple Run 2 Related posts: Temple Run Oz is another great spin-off […]

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