BBM for iOS updated with support for WiFi-only iPads

BBM for iOS updated with support for WiFi-only iPads (via The Inquirer) CANADIAN PHONE MAKER Blackberry announced an update for its iOS Blackberry Messenger (BBM) app on Friday, which sees the service arriving on the iPad. The update, which bumps BBM for iOS to version 1.0.4, adds support for WiFi-only iPad devices, which… Read more…

The Engineering Needed For Apple’s New Spaceship Campus

The Engineering Needed For Apple's New Spaceship Campus
Approved by the Cupertino City Council on October 15th, Apple’s new “Spaceship Campus” is officially on its way. CEO Tim Cook has hailed it as “our home for innovation and creativity for years to come,” and in addition to being a stunning architectural achievement, it will no doubt be the breeding ground of many exciting Read more…

5 Facts About Jony Ive You Might Not Know

Facts about jony ive
Even though Tim Cook is the CEO of Apple, Sir Jonathan Ive has become the face of the company in much the same way that Steve Jobs was. Ive has in some way touched every current product from Apple, and with a never-ending dedication to true design and functionality, he has become the heart of Read more…

Why Is iOS a Walled Garden?

Apple Walled Garden
It’s no surprise to anyone with experience on Apple products that the company loves to keep things in the family. By forcing users to operate in the “walled garden” Apple is trying to give its users the fastest, most integrated experience possible, but is it worth it? By living in the walled garden you agree Read more…

How To Use IFTTT and flickr to Rotate Wallpapers

Instagram IFTTT
Flickr is one of the most popular photo sharing applications out there today. Pair that with one of the most powerful web services out there, If This Then Than (IFTTT) and you’ve got a tag-team of awesomeness that can be used for a lot of different tasks. Today we’ll talk about using Instagram and IFTTT Read more…

Kiss Your Disposable Income Goodbye – The ForeverGeek Kickstarter Store

kickstarter store
Kickstarter is a wonderful thing. Not only does it allow people to realize their dreams by having their projects and products paid for by the fans before it’s even made, but it’s also great for those of us that love to buy new, unique products and games that barely anyone has heard of before. Funding Read more…

Larger iPhone 6 Being Tested With Curved, Pressure Sensitive Touch Panels

Larger iPhone 6 Being Tested With Curved, Pressure Sensitive Touch Panels (via BestTechie) We’ve suspected for quite some time now that Apple has been testing a new, larger form factor iPhone for introduction as the next flagship iPhone (the “iPhone 6?, if you may) next year, but we’re learning that Apple is working on a Read more…

Apple Reports on Government Information Requests

Apple government spying
Ever since it came to light that the US government has spied on Americans with the supposed help from companies like Google, Apple, and Microsoft, these companies have been scrambling to show their respective customers that the method for requesting information from them is done with the upmost security and only when valid warrants are Read more…

Software Review: SPAM Fighter PLUS GIVEAWAY!

spam fighter
Spam emails are a major pain. Not only do they make you have to sort through emails and doubly the validity of real, honest emails, they carry viruses, tricks, and phishing scams that can trick the best of us. For both your computer and your own safety, a program built solely to fight spam is Read more…

Why Was Mavericks Free?

Why Was Mavericks Free?
With the major 10.9 update to OSX, Apple did something unprecedented; they gave it away for free. Mavericks marks the first time Apple gave away a major update to their flagship operating system, so the question is: why? A company like Apple doesn’t do anything without a solid reason, so what is Apple’s rationale in Read more…