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I have great respect for my iPad 2, but I'm surprised Apple kept it in production this long. Price-wise, selling for $399, it hasn't been much of a bargain. Still, I've been very satisfied by the value received with my 16 GB Wifi iPad 2, and if my next tablet serves me as well, I'll be delighted, so here's a parting salute to a faithful tool.
Comcast has offered to pay Time Warner about $159 per share, which is one of the largest acquisitions we have seen in the last five years or so. Will Apple be able to go through with its original Time Warner deal, or will it now have to re-negotitatie with Comcast to get what it wants for media on its set-top box?
The Apple Store app for iOS frequently makes books, apps, music, and other media available for free to entice customers to use it and make purchases directly on their iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. The official Tetris app normally costs $0.99 USD in the App Store.
This week on the Free Apps Roundup: Ken Burns is a new app for iPad that connects all of Ken’s work together for a unique look at American history. If you’re looking for a new game, you might give Skydrift a shot. It’s not an endless runner, it’s more of an endless faller. Show More Summary
LaCie makes so many external storage devices that it's hard to keep up with all of the products they release in a year. However, the company keeps its products popular by creating a lot of buzz over design and craftsmanship. As such, we get the LaCie Culbuto as dreamed up by French designer Constance Guisset.
Tired of the drama about Flappy Bird? How about a space-based game for a change? You're in luck, as this new iOS game called DarkPoint has just hit the App Store The objective of DarkPoint is for you to protect planets from falling into a black hole by moving a shield to repel the planets and safely move them off the screen.
MacTech's BootCamp is back this year for round III. Newly updated topics include security, mobility management, and configuration, while the Office for Mac Accreditation has also been updated. Check out full details and make use of the discount AppleTell readers can get on the conference fees!
After three years on the market, Apple is finally winding down production and is looking to discontinue the iPad 2. Introduced by Apple in 2011, the iPad 2 featured a camera and FaceTime compatibility, and also sported a radically thin design, something that other competing tablets at the time hadn't yet received.
If you're a regular BBM for iPhone user, you'll be glad to find out Blackberry is rolling out BBM v2.0. The most notable new feature on the list is the BBM Voice and Channels support, which was previously only available for Blackberry users. BBM Voice give users the ability to make free voice calls with other BBM users using WiFi or cellular data.
MacPrices' publisher, Steve Hildreth, has unveiled iTracx, his site's new, free iOS app that supports iPhones, iPads, and iPod touch, with an Android version for Google Play and Amazon App Store customers. iTracx allows you to check out the day's lowest Mac and iDevice prices and the MacPrices site's editorial content at a glance while on the go.
Apple has seeded OS X Mavericks 10.9.2 beta 6 to developers, roughly a week after releasing the fifth beta. The latest beta arrives with build number 13C59, compared to the fifth beta which came with build 13C53. Once again, Apple has asked developers to focus on Mail, Messages, Graphics Drivers, SMB2, VoiceOver and VPN.
Zombie! Zombie! Zombie! is a puzzle game where only your ability to match three zombies of the same color can save the day. By creating triangles with matching zombies, you destroy all zombies within no matter what color they are. Use your wits and power-ups to save your squad from being overrun as you end the zombie invasion once and for all.
We've covered many iPhone 6 rumors in recent months, but this latest one seems to be the most legitimate. Earlier today, a number of images leaked by an anonymous Twitter user showed what may be the rumored iPhone 6. The images feature a device that looks like a fifth generation iPod touch with a larger iPhone display.
According to a new report from Bloomberg, Apple is gearing up to introduce a new Apple TV in April (not March, as previously rumored), with the aim to have it ready for launch by the holidays. The Bloomberg report notes that Apple is also negotiating with content providers such as Time Warner Cable to provide TV shows and other content for the device.
To say "The String Arcade" is an album of popular video game music performed by a string quartet is selling it short. You'll recognize game titles from arcades (Galaga) to early consoles (Sonic 2) to computers (Secret of Monkey Island) to modern mobile devices (Plants vs. Zombies), but you may not instantly recognize the music itself.
Is there anyone left who hasn't played a Broken Sword game on one platform or another? The first game in the adventure series—Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars—was released in 1996 for Windows, Mac and PlayStation. The latest—Broken Sword 5: The Serpent's Curse—comes from a successful Kickstarter campaign last year, and is now available for iOS.
With temperatures still hovering around 0° throughout a lot the country—including outside the front doors of the majestic TechTell Towers—you might think a game about a frozen apocalypse wouldn't appeal to you. But does your polar vortex come with a naked man on a bike, fish women, and a handheld vacuum cleaner? Because Icycle: On Thin Ice sure does.
At first sight, JUMP might appear to be just another charger with a charging cable, but there's more to it. The charging cable comes with tiny built-in battery that can provide extra talk-time on the go. It may not be as much as the other big power banks out there, but considering its size and portability, I think it's an excellent product.
According to a report from The Korea Herald, the rumored iPhone 6 is going to receive a "bezel-free" display, meaning the screen will stretch from edge to edge, horizontally. The bezel will still exist on the top and bottom of the iPhone, which houses the FaceTime camera and home button.
WaterField Designs is continuing its push into designing excellent products for not only Apple products, but for many other gadgets. Today, Waterfield introduced the Rough Rider Leather Messenger for users to carry around their laptops, tablets, smartphones, and any other gear that needs transporting.