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This 99-cent iOS utility calls out the apps that are killing your battery and provides help with extending its runtime.
Video claims to show Apple's expected 4.7-inch iPhone 6 with a next-gen A8 processor and near-field communication.
Android devices in general have a history of suffering from a lack of interesting accessories, but the Nexus line in particular has historically not seen much more than some cases and an updated […]
Everything we've seen and heard about the iPhone 6 seems to be confirmed in this video.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Celebrity representatives and security experts used the online posting of intimate photos of Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence and other female entertainers to sound new warnings on Tuesday about the dangers of storing data on the Internet.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A leading celebrity lawyer has advised his clients not to use smartphones and the iCloud after intimate photos of Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence and female entertainers and models were posted online following an apparent mass hacking.
We're back after an extended Labor Day weekend here in the U.S., and with only a week away from Apple's next media event, there's plenty to get excited about. Unfortunately, things are looking grim for the rumored iWatch, which appears to be stuck in not-quite-final testing, but Elgato's got a batch of new HomeKit-friendly accessories on the way to tide us over once iOS 8 hits the streets. Click to read more!
iWatch Reportedly in Verification Testing, 2015 Launch Likely
Apple's big media event is only a week away, and speculation continues to run rampant about the iPhone 6 and the possibility executives will finally take the wraps off the fabled "iWatch." DigiTimes today reported the Apple wearable is "still unlikely" to be available until sometime next year, despite the fact components are already in production.
According to supply chain sources, the hardware is still in what's known as the engineering verification testing (EVT) stage, which is kind of the next-to-last step prior to production verification test (PVT). At any point between these two stages, Apple could still make design changes — and sources claim that for this reason, Cupertino is "unlikely" to introduce the wearable at next week's event.
"Currently, the upstream supply chain is mainly waiting for Apple to place component orders; however, Apple has not yet given a firm schedule for the production," one unnamed source revealed.
Elgato Debuts iOS-Connected Smart Home Monitors, Lighting
IFA 2014 kicks off Friday in Munich, Germany, but Elgato hit the ground running yesterday by launching a new line of app-powered smart home accessories capable of being controlled from an iPhone or iPad. Elgato promises all three products will be iOS 8 HomeKit friendly soon after Apple releases the free update.
First up is Elgato Eve, a monitoring system capable of reporting air quality, temperature, humidity, air pressure, energy, and water consumption data using a variety of sensors placed around the home. The company also introduced the $99.95 Elgato Smart Power, billed as an "intelligent portable power device" capable of monitoring itself, sending a push notification to a connected iPhone when the device needs a charge.
Finally, the $49.95 Elgato Avea offers an alternative to more costly smart LED lightbulbs, capable of being controlled using Bluetooth instead of Wi-Fi. The companion app offers seven dynamic scenes and colors for any situation, and requires no bridge device for direct use with iPhone.
Microsoft Pits Cortana Against Siri in New Windows Phone Spot
Microsoft has gone on the offensive against Apple yet again this week, this time taking aim at Siri and the iPhone 5s in a new commercial entitled "Mirror Mirror." Featuring the new HTC One (M8) for Windows, the spot portrays Apple's smartphone as a vain princess who winds up getting put in her place by the supposedly slicker hardware of the latest Windows Phone 8.1, including the built-in personal assistant, Cortana.
"I have two speakers for music," Cortana boasts near the end of the commercial. "Oh, I only have one... and I'm sitting on it," Siri laments. The entire spot is embedded below, and also available for viewing on YouTube as it begins making the rounds to television.
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(Reuters) - Business software maker Compuware Corp agreed to be bought by private equity investment firm Thoma Bravo LLC in a deal valued at about $2.5 billion.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese chipmaker Renesas Electronics may cut more jobs as it finishes a massive restructuring that is focusing its business on the automotive and industrial sectors and has pulled it back into the black after years of losses.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - A German regional court has issued a temporary injunction against Uber, the fast-growing, U.S.-based online chauffeur service which is no stranger to legal challenges from taxi-cab rivals and regulators around the globe.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union antitrust regulators scrapped on Tuesday an investigation into MathWorks sparked by a complaint the U.S. software firm had refused to provide data to rivals to let their devices work with its products.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - A regional German court has issued a temporary injunction against Uber, the U.S.-based online chauffeur service, saying its drivers lacked necessary commercial permits, potentially barring the company from operating in cities across Germany.
You would probably notice someone hovering over your shoulder to sneak a peek at your PIN code, but the wonders of modern technology could soon allow a potential thief to steal your PIN […]
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When your media isn't as cooperative with your Mac as you'd like, you need the right tool to convert the file. Turn any bit of media into a any number of Mac-friendly file types with iMedia Converter Deluxe. It's available to you for just $9.99.
This calisthenics-based fitness app uses motion tracking to turn you into a supersoldier saving the world. In your head, anyway.
Add transitions and filters to your short social-network videos to make them stand out from the rest.
Apple is set to release the latest version of its mobile operating system in the coming weeks. Here's how you can ensure that your device will be ready to receive the update.
Learn how to use the app that's been a popular Android staple for some time.