Skype Video Calling Comes To iOS, Competes With FaceTime

Skype Video Calling Comes To iOS, Competes With FaceTime
Not one to take VOIP and video conferencing competition lying down, Skype has brought video calling to its iOS App. Skype has updated its iOS App to support video calling to any Skype client on any OS – a far wider reach of devices than those supported by Apple’s FaceTime. The update requires iOS 4.0 Read more…

One Of The Best Fitness Apps, RunKeeper Pro, Is Free Through January

RunKeeper Pro, one of the best fitness Apps for iOS, is free through the month of January. That’s a saving of $10 and all the motivation of a personal trainer. I’ve been an avid RunKeeper Pro user for a year. It’s a great App to track your fitness progress and more importantly motivate you to Read more…

Magazines Still Failing Even On The iPad

Magazines Still Failing Even On The iPad
The iPad was thought by many publishers to be the one device that would save them from falling sales and loss of interest. According to the Audit Bureau of Circulations, average digital issue purchases have fallen in recent months. When the iPad first debuted, publishers were thrilled about the possibilities that lay in the device Read more…

iPod Nano Hack Could Lead To Future Jailbreak

iPod Nano Hack Could Lead To Future Jailbreak
The sixth generation iPod Nano is the first in its line to run iOS over the traditional iPod Operating system that’s been reliant on a click wheel instead of a touch screen. One man, James Whelton, has already taken the first step to hacking the iPod Nano. Whelton, an Irish developer has gain access to Read more…

Untethered Jailbreak For iOS 4.2 Out Now In Beta Form

If you’ve been waiting for an untethered Jailbreak, you may be in luck. However, a word to caution for those looking to try it: it’s in beta form. The iPhone Dev Team announced a beta version of its untethered Jailbreak but it isn’t for the faint of heart. This beta is only available for the Read more…

Dual Core CPUs Coming To iPad 2 And iPhone 5?

Apple is no stranger to the hardware arms race. RIM, Motorola, HTC and Samsung just to name a few are packing their high end smart phones with circuitry that would make a computer jealous with dual core CPUs being the newest trend. According to an analyst however, Apple could be bringing a dual core CPU Read more…

Apple To Reveal Q1 Results January 18th

Tuesday, January 18th, Apple will announce its financial results foe Quarter 1. The call, which starts at 2:00 PM, has analysts, investors and Journalists interested in Apple’s success with the iPad, iPhone, iPod and the Mac. It will be interesting to hear how much pre-holiday shopping has impacted Apple’s earnings and whether or not Read more…

Translate Any Sign, Any Picture With Word Lens For The iPhone

Translate Any Sign, Any Picture With Word Lens For The iPhone
Every now and then an iPhone App appears that is just amazing in every aspect it’s hard not to notice. Word Lens which translates any sign or picture is one of those Apps. Word Lens works in real time and is free for the iPhone 3GS, 4 and 4th generation iPod Touch. The capabilities of Read more…

Buy An iPad From BestBuy, Qualify For A Free MiFi Hotspot

Best Buy is offering a special for anyone looking to buy an iPad: a free Mifi Hotspot, but there’s a catch. A 9to5Mac reader sent in the above image of Best Buy’s iPad promo which sets you up with a free Mifi Hotspot from AT&T, Sprint or Verizon in exchange for signing a 2-year contract Read more…

Google Latitude Comes To The iPhone

Google Latitude, the geo-location based social network made its debut early last year. After being blocked from the App Store by Apple, Google Latitude is finally being released for the iPhone. Google Latitude, which launched in February 2009, was not available on the iPhone after Apple asked the search engine giant not develop an iOS Read more…