All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘iOS’

Guy Demonstrates How Google Glass Interacts With iOS

Wondering how Google Glass interacts with iOS? Jason Tucker from Stabley Times put out this video demonstrating. Before you watch it, it’s worth noting (as Tucker does in the video) that there’s not a lot you can do with Glass and iOS. You can’t really do much beyond tethering. Of course, you can still use an iOS device to show …

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Android To Hit 1 Billion Device Shipments This Year

Google is fiercely proud of Android. That much was apparent when the company announced at its annual developer conference that over 900 million Android devices had been activated since its introduction in 2008. At the time, Google said it was just the beginning for Android, and a recent study agrees. Gartner released a study today that predicts what the electronic …

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Apple Adds Yandex As Safari Search Choice In Some Countries

Apple is giving its users more search choices with its upcoming operating system releases – iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks. Both were unveiled at the company’s Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday. In the iOS 7 demo, it was revealed that Siri has some new features, and among them are Bing web search results, not to mention Twitter search and …

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iOS 7 Gets A Complete Redesign And Some New Features

It was pretty much an inevitability that Apple would show off iOS 7 today. After announcing all the new features coming to OS X and MacBook Air, Apple finally took the wraps off its new mobile OS. Before getting to that, though, Tim Cook took us through some stats about iOS. First and foremost, there have been 600 million iOS …

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Siri Gets More Knowledge Graph-Like With Wikipedia, Bing

While demonstrating iOS 7 at the Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple announced some new Siri features. Among them, integration of Bing web search results. Siri has a new interface, and even a new male voice. It now understands more types of commands, such as: “Play last voicemail” “Increase brightness” “What is John Appleseed saying?” “Tell me about surfing” “What are the …

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Anki Brings Artificial Intelligence To iOS

To open the WWDC keynote, Tim Cook invited a robotics startup called Anki to the stage. The company showed off what it called a “video game in the real world” for iOS. The first product out of Anki is called Anki Drive. It’s a collection of AI-controlled race cars that learn and adapt as they drive around a track. The …

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Deus Ex: The Fall Is Not The Sequel You Were Expecting

Deus Ex: Human Revolution was a reboot done right. It respected the vision of the original title, while updating the gameplay and presentation to modern standards. By all accounts, it was a massive success. Now Square Enix is trying to capitalize on that success with a new entry for mobile devices. Deus Ex: The Fall, developed by Square Enix’ mobile …

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Plants Vs. Zombies 2 Hits iOS In July

PopCap, developers behind Bejeweled and other casual games, had never really created a game that could appeal to casual players as well as hardcore gamers. That all changed in 2009 with a simple tower defense title that pitted plants against invading hordes of zombies. Now four years later, PopCap is back to capitalize on the success of Plants vs. Zombies …

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Google Updates Chrome For iOS To 27

A couple weeks ago, Google updated Chrome for Android with some new features, and indicated that an iOS update would be on the way. Today, Google launched that update. Chrome 27 for iPhone and iPad comes with improved voice search, faster page reloading, and some stability/security improvements and bug fixes. “Say what you want and get results back without typing,” …

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Google Music All Access Coming to iOS in ‘a Couple Weeks’

iOS users should expect Google Play Music All Access to arrive on their platform in the next couple of weeks. The news comes from Sundar Pichai, SVP Android, Chrome, and Apps at Google, who was speaking at the All Things D D11 conference Thursday afternoon. “In Google’s DNA, we wanted to be universally accessible. The goal with search was to …

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iOS 7 Is Getting A Complete Redesign, Will Be Shown At WWDC [Rumor]

What’s black, white and flat all over? iOS 7 if some reports are to be believed. Sources close to Apple told 9to5Mac that the next iteration of Apple’s iOS software will be getting a complete redesign. That redesign will predominantly sport black and white colors while toning down on the textured look that iOS has been known for since its …

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Foursquare Adds New Filtering Options to Search

Foursquare has just released an update to their iOS app that lets users apply more filters to all of their searches. “Looking for a cheap brunch spot that your friends go to, but you haven’t tried yet? With new filtering options in Explore, you can narrow down your search results to find exactly what you’re looking for. Tap the search …

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