Tag: iPhone

  • Flappybird Controversy over apparent use of Super Mario Brio Graphic’s

                    If you have been on facebook or twitter the last couple of days developers and users alike are flaming mad over flappybirds use of Super Mario Bros graphic's. The hatered toward the game has garnered alot of attention , like the photo shown above by Super Mario […]

  • [UPDATED] Apple’s iPhone 5 – Official Specifications!

      The countdown is over. See our updates below for the IPhone 5 specifications. There are rumors already circling stating that it’s just going to be called the iPhone 5. Do you think so? We will find out shortly for sure. There have been numerous leaks ahead of Wednesday’s event, from individual components like screen […]

  • A Gasp Heard Around The World

    Gasps were heard ’round the tech world this week when Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak went on the record saying he thought the new Lumia 900 Windows Phone was more beautiful than iPhone or Android operating systems. The Woz dropped the news during a podcast interview with The Report and called the new Nokia product “intuitive […]

  • iOS5.1 Jailbreak in the Works

    Pod2G, the French security researcher who was the mastermind behind finding the bug that got us a jailbreak for the iPhone 4 and 4S on 5.0.1, is back in action and actively looking for some iOS5.1 vulnerabilities.  In a tweet responding to someone asking about a new iPad jailbreak, Pod2G did indeed confirm that he […]

  • iPhone/iPad > Android in HTML5!

    HTML5, a collection of different web technologies, is what many believe to be the future of cross-platform mobile gaming and apps.  With every new release of mobile operating systems, HTML5 rendering has become more and more efficient and capable. When comparing iOS to Android in terms of how well HTML5 web rendering can be done, […]

  • Facebook for iPhone Badge Icon Issues

    While it hasn’t been officially announced as an issue, there have been a few reports around the internet that the badge icon for iPhone users hasn’t been working for about a week now. Notifications still come over and will show up in the lockscreen and in the notification center, but the red dot next to the app icon doesn’t show up. This seems to be the case for both the Facebook app and the Messenger app. Read more…

  • Vonage Mobile App – Free Calls and Texts Worldwide For Android and iOS

    If you and your friends both use the Vonage app, you can now enjoy free calls and texts to each other via WiFi or 3G/4G. You can also add calling credits to call people that don’t have the app. For a limited time, calls to any phone in the US, Canada, and Puerto Rico are free as long as you stay under your minutes. Read more…

  • iPhone Tip: GMail via Exchange – How To Delete Instead Of Archive

    I’ve had the iPhone for a few months now, after using Windows Mobile, Blackberry, Symbian, Windows Phone 7, and Android. Android obviously had excellent integration with Google’s services such as GMail and Google Talk. The transition to the iPhone took a little time, but I’ve gotten a lot of things to work pretty good. One thing I noticed the other day was when I would supposedly delete my emails from my phone, they weren’t going into Trash in GMail, instead, they were going into All Mail. Read more…

  • Microsoft Bringing XBox Live To iPhone/iPad/Android?

    While Microsoft has had games released on different platforms, so far, the XBox Live experience has really only been on Windows Phone 7 devices. Microsoft now states that it will be bringing “a few” of their XBox Live experiences and titles to the iPhone, iPad, and Android. There’s no word yet on when this might happen, or what experiences or titles that might be. Read more…

  • 2015 Smartphone Predictions Again?

    We’ve seen these rumors before, but here’s another one. Which smartphone will overtake the world by 2015? According to this study, the winner is clearly Android, but then it also shows that Windows Phone 7 will surpass the iPhone, by one-tenth of a percent. This study was done by IHS iSuppli Mobile & Wireless Communications […]

  • Adobe Dropping Mobile Flash Player In Lieu Of HTML5 Support

    Adobe announced today via their blog that, after the upcoming release of Flash Player 11.1 for Android and BlackBerry Playbook, they will no longer develop Flash Player for mobile devices. Instead they are going to refocus their development efforts to better support the newly adopted HTML5 standard. From their blog: “Adobe is all about enabling designers […]

  • Sprint finally gets the iPhone

     For Sprint iPhone enthusiast yesterday was a day of good news, it was finally confirmed the third largest carrier in the U.S. would now carry the iPhone. As promised, Apple shows off its latest iPhone Tuesday at “Let’s Talk iPhone Event”, and although the new handset was packed with new features and hardware like a […]

  • [Update w/ Tim Cook Email] Steve Jobs Steps Down as CEO of Apple……

    In my years of writing I have yet to see a day that makes me go WOW! Did that just happen. But today while opening the Internet became reality.

  • Motogoogle???

    According to this article found at Computerworld, it looks like Motorola has been purchased by Google!! What will this mean for Windows Phone 7? Nothing good, that is for sure!! Not only does it add a powerful developing market to Android but it isn’t likely we will see any Windows devices coming from Motorola either.

  • JailbreakMe 3 Arrives: The Ultimate iDevice Tool

    Comex has just released the highly anticipated JailbreakMe 3.0 for iOS 4.3.3. After it having leaked out about a week ago, it’s now been officially released. The ultimate iDevice unlocking tool is finally here. Hit the link for more details…

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