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Best iPhone and iPad apps of the week: Goat Simulator, SwiftKey, and more!

Between the rollout of iOS 8 and the launch of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, it's been a busy, busy week. Amid all the chaos, a bunch of great new apps and games hit the App Store, and we're going to line up the best of the bunch for you. Show More Summary

Review 35: Wholodeck

Review is like app or game coverage but for movie series, television shows, comic books, and other geeky entertainment. It's great stuff you can watch and enjoy on your iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV! With the new TV season starting, this'll...Show More Summary

Linky's new sharing extension is made for those that share the web

The overarching concept of extensions in iOS 8 is poised to make your iPhone and iPad more powerful than ever, but new share extension from Linky is one of our favorites so far. If you're the type that frequently shares from Safari,Show More Summary

United Airlines' Apple-Flavored Airport Upgrade

United Airlines and partner OTG are renovating the airline's Newark terminal to include new eateries and 6,000 iPads.

With AirVR, You'll Finally Be Able To Strap An iPad To Your Face. That's...Cool, I Guess?

So, uh. There's a project making the rounds on Kickstarter right now that lets you strap an iPad or iPhone to your face in the name of virtual reality. Yeah, I know - I'm not so keen on the idea, either.

Best iPhone and iPad Game of the Week: 9/19/14 - 'FOTONICA'

This week we're dropping the "s" from the title as we only reviewed one really great game this week. But, this was a week filled with iPhone news, a major iOS release, new phones, and all the junk that comes with that so you can't really blame us with being a little preoccupied with stuff

How to fix iPhone 6 and iOS 8 battery life problems!

iOS 8 is here for iPhones, iPads, and iPod touches, and iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are available now for everyone, and while they provide more features and functionality than ever before, updating to new software and upgrading to new phones can often have an impact on battery life. Show More Summary

Jordana Brewster Steps Out As Fans Wonder if 'Dallas' Will Be Renewed for Fourth Season

Jordana Brewster flashes her bright pink sports bra while listening to her tunes on her iPad on Wednesday (September 17) in Los Angeles. The 34-year-old actress’ show Dallas, which is currently finishing up its third season, has yet to be renewed for a fourth season by TNT. Fans are wondering if the show will be [...]

Stay organized and creative with the free version of NoteLedge

The NoteLedge iPad app, free in the App Store with in-app purchases, is built around inspiring creativity, not staying organized. Of course, it's great for that too. Unfortunately, NoteLedge gives a bad first impression. It immediately prompts you...

TunnelBear VPN lets you surf, securely

TunnelBear VPN is a simple app that works beautifully to let you securely surf online using your iPhone or iPad (and there's a Mac version as well). A VPN (Virtual Private Network) is an encrypted connection to a server that permits you to be online...

Practice your artistic strokes with new Surface Pressure feature in Paper for iPad

Surface Pressure is a new feature now available in popular drawing app Paper by FiftyThree. If you installed iOS 8 on your iPad you're going to want to grab your Pencil from FiftyThree and try out the new pressure sensing abilities. Pencil is a stylus for the iPad from company FiftyThree. Show More Summary

Rocketeer! flies, but not exactly out of this world

Rocketeer! is a free in the App Store for iPhone and iPad users, and features a little rocket, perpetually moving forward through space, dodging craggy rock formations and doing what we all try to do in our real lives: get money and keep the fuel...

Why I prefer the iPhone 6 over the 6 Plus: The Plus can't replace the iPad Mini yet

Living with the iPhone 6, part 2. Scott Stein tries out the 6 Plus versus the 6 and finds that neither one really steps up to match the iPad right now, and a big reason has to do with apps.

Human Evolution Perfected, We Will Now Strap iPads to Our Faces - The revolution will not be televised. It will be FaceTimed.

21 hours agoOdd : Geekosystem

In what is somehow a real thing and surprisingly not a parody of the natural evolution of people walking around and constantly taking in the world through the screen of their tablet or smartphone, there will soon be a head-mount for iPads. The world truly is a magical place full of wonders.

Apple gives PCs access to iCloud Drive before Macs

23 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

iOS 8 might working its way to iPhones and iPads, but Apple's long-awaited desktop refresh, Yosemite, is still receiving the final tweaks before it launches to the public. One element that features prominently between both platforms is iCloud Drive,...

I finally got my iPad to take calls like an iPhone (but it wasn't easy)

Two of the neatest features I expected from Apple's new iOS 8 operating system for its mobile devices involve that old disrespected function, voice calling on the phone.

Sling Media Adds Support for Chromecast on iOS and Android Phone

Sling Media recently announced support for Chromecast through the Slingplayer apps on iPhone, iPad and Android phone, with plans to bring support to Android tablets “very soon.” Each of these apps now has an integrated ‘Cast’ icon, which also shows Roku devices on your home network, letting you sling your living room TV to another... Read More

TROBO Is A Storytelling Plush Toy Robot That Teaches Kids Science And Math

A huggable, talking toy is not an entirely new idea, but a new toy robot called TROBO does more than just chatter at kids – he also works alongside an iPad app to help get children excited about STEM topics – that is science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Show More Summary

Some iOS 8 Privacy Settings You Might Want To Tweak

If you got a new iPhone today, or you’re one of the many millions of people with older iPhones and iPads that have now been updated to iOS 8, here are some new privacy settings that you should probably check out sooner rather than later. ZDnet’s Zack Whittaker looks at these settings in more depth, complete with screen shots, … [More]

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