Samsung has released two new anti-Apple advertisements highlighting shortcomings in Apple products to promote both its Galaxy Note 3 and the Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1. In the first ad featuring the 5.7-inch Galaxy Note 3, Samsung depicts the phablet-sized smartphone next to the 4-inch iPhone 5s. Show More Summary
It’s been a while since Samsung mocked Apple and its iOS devices to sell its latest smartphones and tablets, but if you thought the South Korean company had moved past all that, you can think again. It has today published … Read mor...
Apple has tapped longtime iPhone and iPad touch module supplier TPK to provide silver nanowire-based touch technology for the so-called "iWatch," according to a Wednesday report from Taiwan.
Like it has done on several occasions in the past, Samsung is directly mocking Apple in its latest advertisement for the new Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1. The commercial, posted to Samsung’s YouTube page, is a clear parody of Apple’s Pencil ad for the iPad Air that has been airing on TV since Apple debuted it […]
If you have attempted to use the everythingiCafe Forums app for iPhone and iPad at anytime since Friday, you would have received an error message that would have prevented you from connecting to our community. The issue stems from a decision to move our forums to a new website address. The forums are now accessible […]
When playing a game like Baldur's Gate II on the iPad, it's hard to not become that old man who always had it worse in his day, but somehow thinks it was better. "Why, when I was a boy, we didn't play Baldur's Gate on some fancy Apple tablet slate, we played it on a man's computer, sitting at a desk as God intended, off of four compact digital discs. And we were grateful!"
Do you love playing Minecraft on your iPhone or iPad? So do we, but you’ve got to admit, there’s some compromises in playing Minecraft: Pocket Edition compared to the Mac, not least of which the size of the worlds. On … Read more ›
Remember GBA4iOS? It was a Gameboy Advance emulator for iOS that took advantage of an App Store enterprise deployment loophole to let you play GBA games on your iPhone or iPad, no jailbreak required. Unfortunately, Apple closed the loophole… until … Read more ›
Realmac Software is throwing in the towel on Clear+ and making its original Clear release the priority. A new update that’s rolling out today brings iPad support to the app at no extra cost, while support for Reminders is coming … Read more ›
Apple has launched the second story on its new Your Verse microsite. The campaign — which focuses on showing the iPad in unexpected real world situations — this time chronicles the work of mountaineers Adrian Ballinger and Emily Harrington, who … Read more ›
Alas, we’re one step closer to an App Store not filled with iOS 6 keyboards. Google released Translate 2.1 today, bringing support for the iOS 7 keyboard released last September to the iPhone and iPad. The update also expands support for its new handwriting input method to a number of additional languages including Arabic, Esperanto, Gujarati, […]
Last month, Apple launched the "Your Verse" campaign to showcase the iPad Air being used effectively in a number of different locations and professions, complete with ads voiced by actor Robin Williams. Today, Apple posted a new "Your Verse" iPad page with a new story of how the iPad Air is being used in the field.
According to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple will most likely release an upgraded iPad Air later this year with a more powerful 64-bit A8 SoC and a Touch ID fingerprint sensor, and delay release of a 12.9-inch "iPad Pro" and a newer iPad mini version until next year.
The Inner World is a point and click adventure game set in the land of Asposia, an enormous hollow space surrounded by earth. Air is provided by three wind fountains, but now that the wind has stopped it's up to a court musician and a mysterious thief to solve the mystery.
Well, it depends on how old you are, and if you had the fortune of having experienced the old-style TV enclosed in a beautiful wooden casing. While we didn’t have a TV set growing up, I have very fond memories of summer days at my grandparents...Show More Summary
Apple’s Your Verse advertising and marketing campaign for the iPad, depicting some of the inspiring ways in which people are using iPads to help with everything from ice hockey coaching to concussion treatment, has been expanded to include mountaineering. Show More Summary
Apple on Tuesday expanded its "your verse" iPad media campaign by adding a second story to the dedicated mini site, this time highlighting the tablet's use in professional mountain climbing.
Remember Photosmith? Yes, it’s the excellent iPad app that hooks up to your Mac’s Lightroom collection and lets you rate, reject, tag and manage your photo library from the comfort of your couch. That’s the promise, anyway. In practice, it … Read more ›
One of our favorite games, FTL, is getting a massive update, plus an iPad version. That’s pretty darn exciting. The update includes new advanced weaponry, new systems and subsystems, new drones and equipment, new music, and new story content. Best … Read more ›
How about an iPad accessory so dorky, so unashamedly utilitarian that even the Android-using Killian Bell just dared me to wear one around this year’s Mobile World Congress? Interested? Good. It’s the Survivor Harness from Griffin, and it is so … Read more ›