It was inevitable that the ongoing legal battles between Apple and Samsung will turn petty at some point, and it is evident in the new lawsuit Samsung is filing against Apple. Samsung has filed a lawsuit against Apple because of the formerâ€™s claims that Apple has violated patents that Samsung allegedly has over emoticons â€“ […]
Archives for December 2011
Developer Touch Press might just be who Apple was thinking of when they invented the iPad. Their remarkable, acclaimed apps — which include The Elements, Solar System, and March of the Dinosaurs — specialize in making virtual objects tangible, letting you touch and interact with all sorts of fascinating things.
Get ready for our biggest, most comprehensive list of new apps ever! It’s almost Christmas, and accordingly, iOS developers are trotting out their big titles, including a ton of console game ports…
Did you know that apps make terrific gifts? This year, why not forgo the stocking stuffers in favor of some apps that your kids can play on your iPad? There are so many incredible apps in the App Store for kids, I couldn’t choose. So I let my 4-year-old do it for me.
The iPad is getting a more prominent role in the aviation industry. American Airlines just announced that its pilots will now be using iPads in all â€œphases of flights.â€ The carrier is the first one to be given the authorization by the Federal Aviation Authority to use iPads for flights. With the authorization given by […]
From the popular (Sears, JC Penney) to the obscure (Spy Museum Store), there’s truly something for everyone in the attractive app Catalog Spree for iPad. You’ll find catalogs for clothes, electronics, gadgets, toys, gifts, tchotchkes, and even foodstuffs like the Popcorn Factory and Omaha Steaks.
Rumors are again swirling among Apple fans. The newest rumor circulating online is that the iPad 3 is coming soon. Very soon. According to unnamed sources that talked with DigiTimes, the newest iPad could start shipping by March or April, which is just three to four months away. Based on the release schedule that we […]
The last few days have seen a flurry of activity in the form of high-profile new iOS apps from Apple’s once longtime rival, Microsoft. Xbox apps? Check. Halo app? Check. Killer notetaking app? Yep, got that too.
Apple Ad – 1976 In the beginning, Apple was just like any other IT company. It spoke in babble and in words common men were not made to understand. It spoke of numbers. Of hardware. And specs.
There’s something charmingly retro about the new Mac adventure game Age of Enigma. It doesn’t have state-of-the-art graphics or cutting edge game play. What it does have is a great story, terrific puzzles, and an engrossing whole package that’s much greater than the sum of its parts.