Did You Know that Carl Sagan Sued Apple?

Carl Sagan Sued Apple
Not once, but TWICE! In a brilliant story over at TUAW, Yoni Heisler tells a tale of hilarity, made even more hilarious because of the parties involved AND Apple’s “because we can” attitude. Source As the story goes, Sagan sued Apple back in 1994 due to using his name as a code for the Power Read more…

Disney Movies Anywhere App Offers Over 400 Films on iDevices

Disney Movies Anywhere App Offers Over 400 Films on iDevices
Disney Movies are always a win, whether you’re talking about an audience of purely children, adults, or a mix of both. As the saying goes, there’s always a child inside of us, making Disney movies heartwarming no matter what. Well, unless you have the cold, cold heart of someone who simply has something wrong inside! Read more…

How To Use Siri With Remember The Milk

How To Use Siri With Remember The Milk
The popular task management service Remember The Milk is great replacement for the stock Reminders app, but the only issue in the past was the lack of integration with Siri, making it far easier to add tasks to the stock app. Recent changes have made it possible to use Siri with Remember The Milk seamlessly , Read more…

ReSound LiNX: The First Made For iPhone Hearing Aid Doubles as Headset

Made For iPhone hearing aid
MFi (Made For iPhone) is a licensing program that gives developers and manufacturers the authority to create accessories that are officially for the iPhone, iPod, and iPad. This program gives access to hardware, tools, documentation, technical support, and of course, the certification logo. We’ve seen some really cool MFi accessories in the market, but the Read more…

10 Replacements for Stock iOS Apps

10 Replacements for Stock iOS Apps
The iPhone comes with some pretty great apps, but sometimes while the idea is great, the execution leaves something to be said. You don’t have to put up with stock apps on your iPhone or iPad, though. There are hundreds of apps out there that do the job of your stock apps, only better. Check Read more…

2007 iPhone Launch Reimagined

Remember this? (I suppose that’s a silly question…) An explainer marketing agency experienced some extra creative moments, probably inspired by the birthday of Steve Jobs, and reimagined the 2007 iPhone launched. In many ways, it is totally different from the original, but in perhaps just as many ways, it retains the essence of that momentous Read more…

Steve Jobs Bust Unveiled on His Birthday

Steve Jobs Bust Unveiled on His Birthday
Yesterday was Steve Jobs’s birthday. Did you remember to commemorate it in your own way? Source In Belgrade, artist Dragan Radenovi? celebrated the icon’s birthday in the most fitting manner – by unveiling the Steve Jobs statue that he created. Well, a scaled-down model of the statue, that is. It will be taken to the Cupertino headquarters Read more…

Meet the World’s First Wi-Fi Kettle: the iKettle

Wi-Fi Kettle
Not to judge, butting affixing “i” to the beginning of every product name relating to iOS or Apple devices is getting old. Really old. No, ancient is more like it. But I guess it’s the easy way to let people know that your new product is designed to work closely with and iOS app – Read more…

How To Fix the Latest Apple Security Flaw

iOS Security Flaw
A few days ago Apple became aware of a vulnerability in both their iOS and OS X platforms that can allow users to become a victim of a man-in-the-middle (MITM) attack that can compromise any secure data being sent via Wi-Fi. The fix can be done as easily as updating your device, but there’s a Read more…

Who Wants to Play Gameboy Classics on the iPhone?

emulator
I see hands shooting up all over the place, well, hands of those who had the luck to enjoy Gameboy back in the day. I still remember my classmates who had their own portable gaming devices being the envy of the whole school. If you’re feeling nostalgic, and you want to go through the whole Read more…