All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘ipod touch’

Xbox Live Finally Comes To The iPad

The coolest concept that Microsoft showed off at E3 2012 this year was SmartGlass, a technology that connects a mobile device to an Xbox 360. It offers extra content that can’t be shown on the television such as a map of Westeros when watching Game of Thrones on HBO Go. Microsoft will be supporting all tablets and operating systems with …

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Is Putting Windows 8 On The iPhone A Capital Offense?

Windows and Mac OS X are two sides of the same coin. Just because they’re both similar in many instances does not mean that they should ever meet though. Some intrepid, and possibly insane, designer has taken it upon himself to create the Windows 8 Metro UI for the iPhone. Before you get out your pitchforks and whatever else Apple …

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iOS 6 Beta 2 Seeded To Developers

Apple has released the second beta version of iOS 6 to developers today. The update went live less than an hour ago. Developers with iOS 6 beta 1 installed on their devices can download the update over the air directly to their devices. It’s not clear what has been changed with the new beta version. All Apple says is that …

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iOS 6: Which Features Will Your Device Get?

Without a doubt, one of the biggest highlights of yesterday’s WWDC 2012 keynote was iOS 6. Apple’s latest mobile operating system packs in over 200 new features, some of which we heard about at yesterday’s keynote, some of which have come to light as developers have gotten their hands on the new iOS 6 beta. Of course, every update – …

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Apple Announcement: Passbook Comes to iOS 6

Among its numerous announcements today, Apple unveiled an app called Passbook for iOS 6 during its keynote at the Worldwide Developers Conference. Apple touted it as a way to get all your passes – boarding passes, tickets, store cards, movie tickets, etc. – all in one app. On its new iOS 6 page, Apple describes Passbook: Your boarding passes, movie …

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Apple App Store Now Carries 650,000 Apps with 30 Billion Already Downloaded

Apple CEO Tim Cook just announced an amazing milestone for the company at today’s (June 11th – 15th) Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 2012) in San Francisco. The news is, the app store now has over 650,000 apps available and there has already been 30 billion downloads. Very impressive! Of course, well over 200,000 of those apps are specifically designed for …

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WWDC 2012: Live Coverage Of Apple’s Keynote

UPDATE: And that’s all, folks. Thanks for following our live coverage of Apple’s keynote. Check our WWDC 2012 page for continuing coverage. UPDATE: “I hope you have a fantastic week, thank you very much for coming.” UPDATE: Talking about how great Apple and their products are and the importance of devs in that process. UPDATE: Tim Cook back on stage. …

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iOS 6, New Mac Updates On Tap At WWDC 2012 Today

It wouldn’t be much of a stretch at all to say that Apple’s WWDC 2012 keynote is the most highly-anticipated keynote in a long time. Historically, Apple has used WWDC to unveil new generations of the iPhone. Last year’s delayed launch of the iPhone 4S, however, means that we won’t be seeing the next iPhone (probably “the new iPhone,” instead …

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Twizgrid Upgrade Gives Twitter an Aesthetic Contrast

Twizgrid, the increasingly popular photo browser for Twitter, released a comprehensive new upgrade that will have tweeters marveling at its sheer utility. While Twitter is usually a place where words are the centerpiece of interest, Twizgrid has a goal to bring contrast to that notion by providing a uniquely visual experience on the platform. Their latest group of enhancements makes …

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iOS Trouncing Android In Gaming Revenue

Depending on what crowd you run in, calling a smartphone or tablet a “gaming” device will get you widely varied reactions. Tell a group of hardcore gamers that you use your iPhone for “gaming,” and you’re likely to get flat stares if you’re very lucky, derision and mockery if you’re not. If, on the other hand, you said it to …

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Apple Releases iOS 5.1.1 With Bug Fixes

Apple has released an update to their iOS software for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. This update, iOS 5.1.1, is focused mainly on fixing bugs that have been discovered in the two months since iOS 5.1 was released. Released on the same day as the new iPad was announced, iOS 5.1 brought a handful of new features, including an …

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iOS Trounces Android In Web Traffic

Recent data suggests that Androids lead in smartphone market share may not be all it’s cracked up to be. According to analytics data published by Chitika Insights, Android’s share of actual mobile web traffic is far less than that of Apple’s iOS line. Chitika Insights’s Mobile Dominance tracker measures the amount of web traffic from various devices based on hits …

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