Sep 05

Samsung has announced its Galaxy Gear Smartwatch, a wearable device called the Galaxy Gear. The GALAXY Gear features a 1.63-inch 320 x 320 resolution AMOLED touchscreen, built-in speakers, and a 1.9-megapixel camera in the strap. It has an 800MHz processor, 4GB of storage, and 512MB of RAM. » Samsung Unveils $299 Galaxy Gear Smart Watch

Aug 30

Do you love your Apple products and do you love to listen to music on your iPhone, iPod, or Mac, but are you living on a budget?  MusicMagpie could be the solution for you. Most of the songs in iTunes cost $0,99 per song or 10 plus dollar per album, if you love music from multiple artists the total costs for all your iTunes purchases could be huge. To help you out, created a way to let you earn money by selling your old music CDs, DVDs or even old console games. » MusicMagpie: Get Cash For Your Old Music CD’s To Purchase Fresh Music In iTunes

Aug 24

Just a quick heads-up: Apple has decided to open the iWork for iCloud beta to all registered users. The beta can be accessed via the standard iCloud page, and gives you a full access to a in-browser version of iWork. » Apple Opens iWork for iCloud Beta To All Users

Aug 15

Macrumors reported that the beta page has received a makeover with new icons from iOS 7. New icons for Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Notes, Reminders and Find My iPhone have been added, but  iWork for iCloud is still using the older-style icon. » Beta Gets iOS 7-Inspired Makeover

Aug 15

Orbotix has just announced Sphero 2.0, which is a robotic iOS-controlled ball. Sphero version 2 is powered with a new engine, Sphero 2.0 is capable of rolling at speeds of up to 7 feet per second. That’s 2x faster than the original Sphero which was released back in 2011. It also is 3x brighter than the original and glows in more colors than the human eye can detect. Sphero 2.0 can be pre-ordered here for $130. » Sphero Version 2.0 Announced: Faster, Brighter, & Smarter

Aug 12

Chinese news outlet Da Lian Evening News [Google Translate] reports that a woman in China suffered eye injuries from her iPhone 5 after it exploded while she was on the phone. The woman felt the device’s screen become warm after talking for 40 minutes, she tried numerous times to end the call by tapping on the screen before it exploded. She was rushed to the hospital where the doctor identified a scratch mark which suggested an object had scratched it. » iPhone 5 Explodes: Chinese Woman Suffers Eye Injuries

Aug 11

Apple has just informed developers that all of their developer services are now online. Some of Apple’s services have been down for over 3 weeks, making it impossible for developers to launch new iOS apps, log in to the member center, use iTunes Connect and more Apple services. In an email send to developers, Apple is giving all developers an extension to their developer memberships by one month to account for the downtime. » Developer Services Back Online, Apple Offers Free Month Extension

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