Archive for March, 2014

Mobile Roar Podcast 38: The Great M8 Debate

HTC announced a new phone this week, but is it the same One as last year? How does it stack up...

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10 things to do when you get your new iPhone

You’ve got a new iPhone, you went through the initial setup process. What do you do now? While there is no...

ICYMI: This week on iSource [3/28/2014]

It's almost April in the year 2014 and you can finally edit Microsoft Word docs on your iPad. That and Twitter's...

Microsoft Office finally available for iPad

During one of his first appearances as Microsoft’s new CEO, Satya Nadella introduced a new vision for Microsoft, and it starts...

How Steve Jobs got at least one Google employee fired

Steve Jobs and Google might have been mortal enemies, but they agreed on one thing: don’t even think about sniping employees....

Apple continues refining sapphire crystal displays — when will ...

Yet more speculation has emerged in regards to Apple’s sapphire crystal display plans, this time focusing on a newly published patent...

Russia thinks its iPads are spying on the government

When assembled journalists spotted Russian officials toting new Samsung tablets into a cabinet meeting, they could not help but ask why...

Twitter update adds new photo features, garners user backlash

A new Twitter update rolled out last night, and it has some users wondering if the social network is losing grip...

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Today iSource is happy to introduce our new Chrome extension, a one stop resource for the latest in iPhone and iPad...

Glitch allows users to hide stock apps in iOS 7.1

iOS 7 included a glitch that allowed users to easily hide stock app icons from their homescreen. Apple eliminated that glitch...