Apple Announces Spring Media Event on March 9th

Apple has sent out press invites to a special media event on March 9, 2015. The event will be held in San Francisco at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, reports The Loop. It’s likely that Apple will provide some additional Apple Watch details… Read More

Apple Introducing More Advance Features To Find My iPhone By Making It Tougher For Smartphone Thieves.

Advanced smartphone security features such as Apple’s Find My iPhone and Activation Lock iOS have helped significantly reduce smartphone theft recently, but Apple might soon introduce an additional safety measure meant to make the iPhone even more secure than it already is. The iPhone maker has been awarded… Read More

Why Apple Didn’t Try To Copy Google Glass

  Google Glass had a nifty sci-fi feel to it when the product first came out. Along the way, however, Google apparently failed to fully appreciate both why the product should exist in the chosen form and the social aspects of the device. Calls for… Read More

Apple diversifies Emoji In Latest iOS 8.3 beta..

Apple’s latest system software has hit developer hands today, with iOS 8.3 beta 2 on its way out now. For the moment, this is still dev-only; the rumors of public participation in iOS betas will still have to wait, and to be fair we heard… Read More

Samsung To Supply Apple With DRAM Chips For The Next Generation iPhone6s

Samsung has reached deals with Apple and LG Electronics to supply the companies with advanced DRAM chips for their next generation smartphones, according to The Korea Times. The deals are estimated to be worth billions of dollars. “Under the agreement, Samsung will start providing LG… Read More

Google Launches YouTube Kids App For iOS And Android

Google just announced that its new YouTube Kids app is available for both iOS and Android devices starting today. The new app for kids is the first of its kind for Google, but the launch follows reports that Google was preparing kid-friendly versions of YouTube,… Read More

Apple To Begin Electric Car Production In 2020?

  Apple is hoping to begin production on the car project that it is secretly developing as early as 2020, reports Bloomberg. According to the site’s sources, Apple is pushing employees working on the car to have it ready to go in five years, a… Read More

Google Expands Support Of Its “Inbox” application To The iPad..

Google may have won a couple of sad faces a few days ago as it pulled its recently acquired Sparrow mail client from supporting the Mac and iOS, but that doesn’t mean the company had negative plans behind it. We’ve seen the guys at Mountain… Read More

Apple Watch Makes U.S. Magazine Cover Debut In Latest Issue Of ‘Self’

It’s been a few months since the Apple Watch was featured on the cover of Vogue China, but now the upcoming gadget is finally making its debut on the cover of a U.S. magazine this month. Self Magazine announced today that its March issue will… Read More

Apple To Integrate Touch ID Fingerprint Scanner Into New MacBooks, Magic Mouse and Trackpad (Rumor)

Apple’s new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro will reportedly feature an integrated Touch ID fingerprint scanner, according to a report from apple.club.tw. The site says that Apple will soon release new MacBooks in three color variations: silver, gold, and space gray. The notebooks are also… Read More

VLC Media Player Returns To The App Store After Licensing Dispute.

The VLC for iOS app–a favorite media player for many–has returned to the App Store in some countries and is expected to be available for all shortly. Some existing US users (us included!) are also reporting on Reddit being able to update to the latest version… Read More

Candy Crush Saga Players Spent Over $1.3 Billion On In-App Purchases In Last Year.

Candy Crush Saga may have reached peak popularity, with quarterly spending declining over the past eighteen months, but that hasn’t stopped the sweet-swapping puzzle game from raking in the cash. Candy Crush Saga players still spent over $1.3 billion on the game in 2014 alone,… Read More

Adding Legacy Contact Manages Your Facebook Account When You Die..

  Facebook has introduced a new feature today that allows users to select a legacy contact, who will be able to manage their account after they pass away. Once Facebook has been notified of a user passing away, the social network will ‘memorialize’ the account… Read More

Activation Lock Decreases iPhone Theft By 25% In New York, 40% In San Francisco And More

The new Activation Lock feature introduced in iOS 7 has decreased iPhone theft by 25% in New York, 40% in San Francisco, and 50% in London, reports Reuters. The number of stolen iPhones dropped by 40 percent in San Francisco and 25 percent in New… Read More

Apple To Focus On Performance Optimization And Stability For iOS 9

Apple is putting a ‘huge’ focus on stability and performance optimization for iOS 9, reports 9to5Mac. For 2015, iOS 9 is going to include a collection of under-the-hood improvements. Sources tell us that iOS 9 engineers are putting a “huge” focus on fixing bugs, maintaining… Read More