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It's way too easy to fake a photo of a "new" iPhone

There have been a whole lot of supposedly leaked photos of the mythical 4.7-inch iPhone 6 lately -- or at least bits and pieces of it. A production mold pops up here and a front panel shows up there, and the Internet eats it up because, hey, it's...

Apple-highlighted iOS toy Anki Drive gains new cars, tracks & race mode

Anki Drive, a lineup of iOS-compatible intelligent toy race cars which are exclusive at retail to Apple Stores, expanded on Wednesday with new cars, tracks, and an entirely new race mode.

Temple Run 2 gets Easter Eggs…literally

Temple Run 2 (a game of which you may have heard) has been updated with some notable new features, the biggest of which has to be cloud support for iOS devices (Android/Windows will get their update next week). There's also a new Save Me Wheel and some fun Easter artifacts. The post Temple Run 2 gets Easter Eggs…literally appeared first on AppleTell.

In the field with the Canon EOS Remote app for iPhone

Canon's free EOS Remote app has been around for a while, but until recently I didn't have a Canon DSLR that supported it. I recently upgraded to Canon 6D gear, and was anxious to see if the app made my field photography any easier. The app works on...

9to5Toys Lunch Break: Two D-Link WiFi cams $50, new Sony 4K TVs are almost affordable, SquareTrade 40% off, more

Be sure to follow 9to5Toys to keep up with the best gear and deals on the web: Twitter, RSS Feed,Facebook, Google+ and subscribe to the new Safari push notifications feature. This weekend’s can’t miss deals: 2-pack of D-Link DCS-930L...Show More Summary

‘Blink’ Knows That Sometimes You Don’t Have Time To Swipe

I don’t know if I’m just ridiculously clumsy or what, but I’ve had times where I saw something happening that I wanted to record, and by the time I got my camera app up and switched over to video, that … Read more ›

Shatter Alley Hates Bricks And You Equally [Review]

Video games have always had some weird vendetta against bricks. That paddle in Breakout, Mario, Simon Belmont in Castlevania … they all busted up blocks like they caught them stealing their lunches. Shatter Alley by Dojotron Category: iOS Games Works … Read more ›

Hyundai's CarPlay-equipped 2015 Sonata will likely be costly

Customers looking to purchase a new CarPlay-equipped vehicle from Hyundai may experience sticker shock, as the company has said that the feature will only be available alongside a navigation system, an upgrade that could cost thousands of dollars.

8G iPhone 5c debuts in more countries and other news for April 16, 2014

That Mac Pro is still taking its sweet time getting to customers, and the 8 GB iPhone 5c reaches new countries in this morning's news roundup. Apple is now offering the 8 GB iPhone 5c in fourteen countries. Now customers in the Netherlands, Italy,...

Last Chance! The StackUp iOS App Bundle: Get 12 iPhone And iPad Apps At A Great Price

The StackUp iOS App Bundle is offering 12 iOS apps valued at $113 for just $36. Several of these apps are geared towards making your iOS experience a more productive one, which is why this particular bundle caught my attention. … Read more ›

Relive Your Geeky Childhood For Free With Knights Of Pen & Paper +1 Edition

Knights of Pen & Paper +1 Edition combines two fantastic things: a brilliantly funny de-construction of a pen and paper role-playing game like Dungeons & Dragons and a mobile game that uses those very same mechanics to create a habit-forming … Read more ›

Seen @ Macworld: Fujitsu ScanSnap SV600

Fujitsu was back at this year's Macworld Expo showing us their new SV600 overhead scanner. Designed for items that just won't fit in a flatbed or through a sheetfed scanner, the SV600 provides a truly different take on scanning. The post Seen @ Macworld: Fujitsu ScanSnap SV600 appeared first on AppleTell.

How to cancel App Store magazine subscriptions

The subscriptions to a few digital magazine apps started innocently enough -- you knew the editors and contributors, some of the articles you read were really good, and that US$1.99 monthly or bi-monthly charge gave you something to do other than...

Google Glass Sells Out In First Ever One-Day Sale

On Tuesday, Google began selling Google Glass to residents of the United States for a 24-hour period. Costing $1,500 (plus tax), and coming bundled with either sunshade lenses or a prescription lens frame, Google warned in advance that numbers were … Read more ›

Hyundai Sonata Among First To Offer Apple CarPlay Early This Summer

Hyundai today announced via Twitter that the new 2015 Hyundai Sonata would be among the first vehicles to offer Apple CarPlay support when it is released early this summer. This news follows a flurry of announcements from car audio manufacturers offering CarPlay aftermarket solutions. Show More Summary

Hyundai Bringing CarPlay to 2015 Sonata Models Later This Year

Hyundai today announced that it will bring Apple's CarPlay technology to its Sonata automobile lineup starting next year. This introduction makes Hyundai the first volume automobile manufacturer to bring CarPlay to the market. The first Hyundai automobiles to offer the voice-driven system will be the company's popular Sonata line. Show More Summary

YouTube Find: Robin Williams' side-splitting Siri impression

Comedian and actor Robin Williams impersonates Siri and transforms her into a French man in this hilarious clip from The Ellen Show....

Which iPad Manual Rules The Roost?

This story first appeared in Cult of Mac Magazine. In Apple’s drive toward simplicity, one of the things which fell into the category of “things we can do without” were physical paper manuals. While the Cupertino company does offer a … Read more ›

Texas Instruments adds iBeacon support to its Bluetooth LE chip and dev kit products

Texas Instruments announced today that it is adding iBeacon support across its Bluetooth LE chips and development kits. The company is starting by adding support to some of its Bluetooth wireless micro controllers, an automotive connectivity device, and other combo Wi-Fi/Bluetooth products and development kits. Show More Summary

TI brings Apple's iBeacon to Bluetooth products for industrial, automotive & embedded applications

Silicon firm Texas Instruments on Wednesday announced plans to support Apple's iBeacon microlocation technology across a large swath of TI's Bluetooth product line, including chips for embedded and automotive applications.

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