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The MLB is planning to use the new iBeacon indoor mapping technology in Apple’s iOS 7 to customize its At the Ballpark app, making it an interactive experience at stadiums nationwide.
A new update to iOS 7 is out that fixes a flaw that allowed users to bypass the unlock code on the Lock screen.
Book signings don’t have to go extinct in a digital era: Apple has applied for a patent that would allow users to get digital autographs on digital media like ebooks, movies and albums. As Apple Insider explains, the technology connects the author’s device with the fan’s […]
Hopster combines TV show episodes with interactive games to create an experience that goes beyond just watching episode after episode after episode.
Along with a physical redesign, Apple’s next iPad might come in silver and space gray, just like the iPhone 5s.
Tempo AI’s smart calendar has had a good run in the U.S., which it now hopes to replicate on the other side of the Atlantic. The iOS app launched today in the Apple iTunes stores in the U.K. and Ireland. It makes sense for Tempo to go […]
When Apple mentioned the M7 co-processor inside the new iPhone 5s, it only told us what the potential was. Now, there's an exercise tracking app that takes advantage of it and helps bring improved battery life in the app.
Apple quietly updated its iMac lineup on Tuesday but the upgrades shout speed: Faster graphics, processing, flash storage and Wi-Fi.
DogVacay launches on iOS, creating an instant communications tool that dog owners can use to contact their pet sitters at any time and receive photo updates of their pooch's activities.
For the last few months, Instapaper creator Marco Arment has laid low. After selling his smash iOS app Instapaper to Betaworks in April and tablet publication The Magazine to the rest of its staff in May, Arment has remained secretive about his next big project. He gave a […]
It was another banner opening weekend for Apple's new iPhone. The company says 9 million iPhone 5s and 5c handsets were sold. One mobile analytics firm pegs the breakdown around 7 million of the 5s with 2 million of the 5c sold.
Did you order an iPhone 5s online only to see your phone won't likely arrive before October? There might be another option starting tomorrow: Personal Pickup support as Apple Stores replenish their stock of Apple's hot new handset.
The third installment of the Infinity Blade series does not disappoint, and should be a great showcase for the iPhone 5s.
Want to add Kinect-like features to your iPad? Check out Occipital's Structure Sensor, which has two Infrared sensors and a standard camera, on Kickstarter. The device attaches to an iPad and lets you scan or capture 3D spaces and objects.
In a move surprising no one, Twitter is going public. In a move surprising many, we defend Microsoft's CEO. And will you move to protect net neutrality?
Couchbase is officially opening up two new technologies to mobile developers as part of a public beta program. Couchbase Lite is a lightweight database designed specifically for iOS and Android devices, while Cloud Sync Gateway syncs local data with a bigger database in the cloud.
The new M7 motion coprocessor in the iPhone 5s might be able to help you find your car, where you are in a building, or where to catch the next bus.
New images of the alleged iPad 5 and iPad mini 2 picture the tablets together for the first time, showing an extreme similarity in design.
When iOS 7 is released next week, retailers and other large indoor spaces are going to be able to use a technology called iBeacon to send data over short distances to iPhones. Here's how it will work.
Apple's new iOS 7 software is ready for download on September 18. Is your device on the supported list to get the new flat user interface, improved multitasking, and support for iTunes Radio?