Apple has just released a new iPhone ad called ‘Music Every Day‘. In a series of colorful clips, the iPhone is used to listen to music at school, in the city, the shower, at the gym, at a club, and more. “Every day, more people enjoy their music on the iPhone than any other phone“
In the video after the break “Luke” takes a Darwinian look at the history of Apple’s acclaimed mobile phone. Check it out and see the history behind the iPhone and its biggest misses. » The Evolution Of The iPhone
Apple has just posted two new iPhone commercials, entitled “Brilliant” and “Discover”. These TV ads are all about iPhone apps. “With an iPhone, there’s an app for that. And that. And that.” Some of the apps shown in these ads include Cards, Maps, GarageBand, Infinity Blade 2, iPhoto, Starbucks, and Philips Hue. Above you can see the “Brilliant” ad, after the break you will find the “Discover” ad. » Two New Apple iPhone Ads: “Brilliant” and “Discover” [videos]
SmartThings makes it easy to connect the things in your physical world to the Internet. You can monitor, control, automate, and have fun with them from anywhere – at home, office, or on the go. Think about all the things in your home: doors, desks, lights, stereo, pet food bowls, basement floor… isn’t it time they started to chip in and do a little more around the house on their own? SmartThings makes it possible. Many of the existing things you own can be made smarter using SmartThings Kits. It can be used with Power Outlet, Open/Shut Sensor, Motion Sensor & Presence Sensors. » Make Your World Smarter & Easier With SmartThings
Smartphone Medic has posted a video comparison of iPhone 4S and next-generation iPhone parts. They cover some internal components (like power and flex cables) in addition to the iPhone front glass pieces. » Next iPhone & iPhone 4S Parts Compared
The Galaxy S III brings a lot to the table, but definitely one of its biggest features, and one we were most eager to test out, is S Voice. You’re already familiar with the technology because you’ve probably seen Siri — how could you not? — which is Apple’s attempt at the voice assistant. The Galaxy S III’s tech works like you’d expect: speak to it, and it will do its best to fulfill your request. Stuff like, “What’s the weather like?” We asked both S Voice and Siri the same questions, and got similar results. Check out the Siri vs S Voice video after the break. » Apple Siri vs. Samsung S Voice
What do the games 8bit Ninja, Cordy Sky and Lorax have in common? Well, they’re free games and a lot of fun to play. I made gameplay videos of those games and would like to share those with you. There’s also a very popular bonus game included. More after the break.