Apple to Launch Recycling Program Globally

Apple to Launch Recycling Program Globally
What do you do with old, unused Apple products? If you’re like me, working devices usually go through the hand-me-down process. There’s always someone who can use a secondhand iPhone, laptop, or iPad. But what if the device no longer works? How do you get rid of it in an environmentally-conscious manner? Apple is launching Read more…

The G-PAD Will Turn Your iPhone Into a Gameboy

Gameboy
Every gamer today (of the right age) remembers the glory days of mashing buttons on the Gameboy and being the star of his peers. The fact, however, is that today, mobile gaming is done mostly on the iPhone or iPad (or other smartphones and tablets). There is, of course, something to be said about retro Read more…

Which Is Tougher: Samsung Galaxy S5 or the Apple iPhone 5s?

iphone 5s
We’d love to say, off the bat, that the Apple iPhone 5s is the tougher of the two, and without hard facts supporting this, it’s not really that illogical to think so, is it? After all, one of the things that the iPhones have going for them is that they are made of aluminum (except some Read more…

What Kind of People Use the iPhone?

What Kind of People Use the iPhone?
A person’s choice of gadgets is probably not the most accurate measure of character or personality, there just might be something in there. In any case, we cannot deny the fact that many people have a perception about gadgets being a status symbol – at least in certain societies. I found this interesting post on Read more…

Coachella to Feature iBeacon Tech

iBeacon
In December of 2013, Apple launched iBeacon and enabled it in their stores. iBeacon uses Bluetooth and the Apple Store App in order to gather location-based information from iPhone users. While the technology has received mixed reviews – while it is a very cool concept (especially for retailers), some find privacy to be an issue. Read more…

Lightroom Goes Mobile on the iPad

lightroom for mobile
“Everyone’s” favorite professional photo editing software is now available on the iPad, making it easier for pro photographers – and amateur photography enthusiasts – to play around with photos while on the go. The new Lightroom for the iPad allows users to edit and organize their photos wherever they may be. Announced yesterday via the Read more…

Microsoft Office for iPad Boasts a Whopping 12 Million Downloads

Microsoft Office for iPad
Within 24 hours of being available in the App Store, Microsoft Office for iPad already skyrocketed to the top of the charts. It’s free, so that is one thing going for it. We also cannot deny that Microsoft Office does have some advantages over Apple’s own productivity suite. Today, though, Microsoft has earned even more Read more…

‘Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff’ Arrives on April 10!

Family Guy iOS game
Mid-March, Family Guy fans got the great news that the Family Guy iOS game was on its way, and back then, we had no idea about the release date. Well, folks, mark your calendars, for on the 10th of April (that’s next week!), we’ll be seeing ‘Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff’ for the iPhone and Read more…

App Prices in Australia and Other Countries Go Up by 30%

app prices
If you’re in Australia, and you have an Australian account for the App Store, then there’s some bad news for you: app prices are going up by 30%. Read more…

US Non-Finance Firms Are Flush With $1.64 Trillion in Cash, Apple Takes the Lead

US Non-Finance Firms Are Flush With $1.64 Trillion in Cash, Apple Takes the Lead
What’s that about the economy being bad? With the recent report from Moody’s Investors Service, it looks like some people are definitely feeling good. According to the report, US firms – not including those who are in the finance industry – have broken a record with what their balance sheets are showing. $1.6 trillion. TRILLION! Can Read more…