Apple’s iOS Most Preferred OS for Mobile Web Browsing

Apple's iOS Most Preferred OS for Mobile Web Browsing
Net Market Share recently released its compiled figures for mobile and tablet computer operating systems that are used for accessing the web for the month of December 2011 and as everyone expected Apple has come out as the most preferred mobile operating system of choice for mobile web browsing for more than fifty percent of Read more…

A look into Josh Tucker’s Multitasking UI for iOS

A look into Josh Tucker's Multitasking UI for iOS
Guess what I got for the holidays? An iPhone 4s. Went to the bar, nonchalantly and yeah showed it to friends. This is coming from an Android guy (I had owned an iPad 2 but was never into the iPhone craze) who always felt that a single hardware button wasn’t enough for a phone. I Read more…

Read all the Books in Skyrim on your iPad

Read all the Books in Skyrim on your iPad
Bought Skyrim for the PS3 at launch. More than 50 quests, 24 in game days, more than 48 hours of game time spent. Wow. And I’ve just barely scratched the surface of one of the year’s most immersive titles. Bethesda sure put in a lot of detail into this masterpiece. Your armor loses its shine. Read more…

Games Are Now Included in Apple’s Subscription Service

Games Are Now Included in Apple's Subscription Service
Apple knows that there is now a palpable shift in mobile gaming from traditional gaming handhelds to tablets and smartphones like the iPhone or iPad and it is now trying to take advantage of this shift to benefit not just itself but also game developers and consumers. Apple is now offering game publishers who develop Read more…

Is Jailbreaking Worth the Effort and the Risk?

Is Jailbreaking Worth the Effort and the Risk?
Any owner of an iPhone has heard of jailbreaking, especially in the news. Apple has been vocally against the practice, seeking court injunctions against it and third-parties that encourage it. However, the courts have ruled a number of times that there is nothing illegal about jailbreaking any Apple product. But you might still have a couple Read more…

iOS 5 Update Fails to Fix Battery Problem

iOS 5 Update Fails to Fix Battery Problem
Some users of the iPhone 4S reported experiencing problems with their phone’s battery life – which drains faster. It was initially thought as isolated incidents but with complaints beginning to pile up in various Apple forums, Apple Inc. finally looked into it and admitted that there was indeed a problem with the battery life of Read more…

iOS 5 Now Account for 20 Percent of iOS Traffic

iOS 5 Now Account for 20 Percent of iOS Traffic
To say that deployment of Apple’s newest mobile operating system iOS 5 is a success may be putting it mildly. Apple’s hotly anticipated new operating system may have just been released last October 12, but in just a little more than a week, iOS 5 is already accounting for 20 percent of the web traffic Read more…

iOS 5: It’s Here and Here’s What it Offers

iOS 5: It’s Here and Here’s What it Offers
Apple’s just released the newest version of its top-ranked mobile operating system iOS. Version 5 of iOS promises to contain a lot of goodies that will really compel Apple mobile devices to upgrade. If you’re still on the fence about it, here are some of the features you will see with iOS 5. <h5>iCloud</h5> Apple Read more…

Free Apps of the Day #27

Free Apps of the Day #27
Learn Spanish, expand your English vocabulary to 180,000 words, or control your desktop remotely (be it Windows or Mac) from your iOS device. And play a ton of awesome games. All in today’s free apps! Read more…

Free Apps of the Day #26

Free Apps of the Day #26
There’s something for everybody in today’s HUGE edition of free apps! Whether you want a quick-and-easy way to learn guitar chords, create original voice mail messages, or surf your friends’ Facebook photos, there’s plenty to explore. Plus: don’t miss a triple-A game based on horror film classic Army of Darkness! Read more…