Archive for January, 2014

PayPal wants in on Apple’s mobile payment system

Earlier this week the Wall Street Journal reported that Apple has been in discussion with several leaders in the mobile payment...

Evernote for iOS updated with ‘infinitely’ customizable homes...

Evernote wasn’t about to let SwiftKey Note steal the spotlight today when it comes to note-taking apps, offering a new app...

SwiftKey comes to iOS as part of new Evernote-compatible app

After SwiftKey Note leaked last week, we dreamed what using the intelligent predictive keyboard might be like on iOS. We didn’t...

Facebook Paper elegantly combines newsfeed with news reader

Facebook has announced a new app for iOS dubbed Paper. Paper is Mark Zuckerberg and company’s attempt at a visually appealing...

Apple pushes iOS 7.0.5, but not everyone is getting it

Apple today pushed the iOS 7.0.5 update to iPhone users, so why hasn’t it shown up on your device? Chances are...

Apple may face fines for blocking LTE access in Belgium

Apple could be facing a fine as Belgium’s Council of Minister has declared it illegal for mobile phone makers to block...

AT&T offering $100 credit to those adding a new line

AT&T has issued another volley in the war amongst US carriers to win over mobile users. Customers opening or adding a...

Apple’s struggle with iOS in the Car

After lauding the new platform at WWDC back in June of last year, iOS in the Car has ben relegated to...

US officials don’t seem thrilled about Sprint’s potential T-M...

It’s no secret that Sprint and T-Mobile have been flirting with the idea of a merger. Aside from what are said...

Gmail bug affecting iOS app may have deleted some of your message...

Starting last night, a notification has been appearing within the Gmail for iOS app warning users that a bug had caused...

Line 6’s Amplifi is a guitar amp you control with your iPhone

While guitar purists have long preferred tube amps for their classic, analog sound, Line 6 has never been one to shy...