Nintendo Android and iOS Demo Games Coming Soon!

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Demo is the operative word, but boy oh, boy! Old school gamers who are on iOS (and Android) are going to have a blast in the very near future. Source Nintendo is now touching the mobile gaming sector – mobile as in phones and tablets – with their push to provide classic games to iOS Read more…

80% of iOS Devices Now Running iOS 7

80% of iOS Devices Now Running iOS 7
Apple’s earnings call has been the focus of tech enthusiasts and pundits, with every little detail being highlighted. Under the scrutiny of careful eyes – and ears – the call has offered up so much information that one wonders how Apple can keep a secret at all. Then again, we can’t discount the fact that Read more…

Why Android Still Can’t Dominate iOS: 4 Areas Where the Android OS Falls Short

Android OS
The Android OS has actually outsold Apple’s iPhone as of early 2013, due in part because of its existence on many phones across several companies. Source Though even if you ignore that numerical advantage, the Android OS has consistently been a strong competitor to the iPhone OS, often being touted and even preferred by a Read more…

Honda Jumps the Gun on Apple’s iOS in the Car with HondaLink

Honda Jumps the Gun on Apple's iOS in the Car with HondaLink
Apple’s iOS in the Car program has been getting a lot of attention, especially with it not exactly being kept secret. Indeed, Apple teases us with “Best passenger ever”, and information like: “iOS in the Car seamlessly integrates your iOS device — and the iOS experience — with your in-dash system. If your vehicle is Read more…

iOS 7.1 Beta 4 Released to Developers

iOS 7.1 beta 4
If you’ve got a developer account even if you’re not a developer, and you’ve got the itch to be ahead of everyone else, here’s something to scratch that itch: Apple iOS 7.1 Beta 4. Source If you’ve have a bad experience with beta versions (like I did, when I kinda bricked my iPad due to Read more…

How to set up your Apple TV using an iOS device

How to set up your Apple TV using an iOS device
If you recently picked up a new Apple TV or have set one up in the past, you’re probably pretty aware of how not fun it is to do just using the Apple remote. While you can use the keyboard on your iOS device once the Apple TV is set up, getting there can be Read more…

6 Tips to Get You Using Apple Maps Like a Pro

6 Tips to Get You Using Apple Maps Like a Pro
With the release of OS X Mavericks Apple has standardized their mapping software between the desktop and iOS. While Apple’s Maps app for iOS had its share of issues when the new software initially launched for iOS, the updates seen in iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks have given it a real chance at being Read more…

Can Apple Go Completely Wireless?

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Everyone hates wires. Nobody ever got a brand new phone and thought, “Hey, I can’t wait to see how the charger plugs in!”  With this in mind, it’s no wonder that researchers have been working on ways to charge devices without wires. While inductive charging is nothing new, getting it to work flawlessly with phones, Read more…

How to Merge Duplicate Contacts on Your iPhone

duplicate contacts search
Contacts on the iPhone are used for everything from phone calls, to text messages, to email, to social media like Twitter and Facebook. With all this integration and so many apps using your contacts, it’s pretty easy to get duplicate contacts. While these are an inevitability when dealing with mobile devices, until recently you had 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…