CodeLathe, the leader in Personal Cloud software and services, today launches a major update to its Tonido personal cloud server and iPhone/iPad app that will help families to automatically organize and catalogue their personal photos, music and videos. Tonido 5.0.1 lets individuals watch videos, listen to music, see photos and open documents that are stored [...]Show More Summary
It may be time for Steve Ballmer to crank up his famous “Developers, developers, developers!” chant again if it will get software developers more excited about Windows Phone 8. Sameer Singh at Tech-Thoughts has charted the growth history...Show More Summary
People love to sue Apple whenever they can, and now a Florida woman is seeking $5+ million in damages because her iPhone 4’s power button doesn’t work. The class action lawsuit is intended to fight for the iPhone 4 users who have reported defective on/off buttons over the past several years. GigaOm reports: In a [...]Show More Summary
From the moment Leviathan: Warships [$4.99 (HD)] was announced, I was crackling with an electric anticipation. Published by the developer of some of my favorite PC games, Paradox Interactive, this strategic naval combat game challenges players to outfit and lead a fleet against AI and online opponents. Set in an alternate history, beautifully stylized ships [...]
The X-47B stealth drone takes off from a moving ship at sea--all by itself
A quiet upgrade to Bing's language translator today has added Klingon, in both the Latin and Klingon alphabets. That's great news if you wanted to ask, "How does one get 'Scroogled'?" in the elegant tongue of Star Trek's most warlike species. Show More Summary
Just a quick heads up that a very neat game is currently free, and worth checking out even if you miss out on the freebie. It's called Floris [Free] by Ox & Coon, and it takes similar matching inspiration from games like Tetris and Dr. Mario and blends them into an audio/visual treat that feels [...]
Sure, kids can play with an iPad to learn how to program, but what about robots? Play-i is a start up company seeking to develop affordable (under US$100), programmable robots as an educational tool for children. Normally this wouldShow More Summary
By now you've probably seen that 500 Startups Accelerator has a new class of startups, its sixth. And it's got a ton of international folks taking part and that is fucking awesome. You know what's not so awesome? The video that accompanied its announcement.
Rail shooters are one of my guilty pleasures as a gamer. They're mindless fun, like climbing into a rollercoaster car that happens to rumble and weave through a shooting gallery. I'm especially fond of The House of the Dead, the first on-rails shooter I had the pleasure of touring from inside the cool darkness of [...]
Adobe Connect Mobile has just been updated to version 2.1 and brings with it lots of new features as well as several enhancements to existing ones. New key features include Adobe Presenter quiz tracking, two-way video conferencing, optimization for both the iPhone 5 and iPad mini, and more. Show More Summary
Rovio has made a killing selling Angry Birds games and pretty much any type of branded merchandise you can imagine, but they haven't done so hot with games that don't feature angry birds or little green pigs. Today the company announced a new publishing initiative, called Rovio Stars, which will see Rovio publishing 3rd party [...]
There are already many iPhone cases that incorporate an additional battery. But what if the extra battery runs out as well? Or what it you’d rather have extra storage at times instead…
A new lawsuit claims the iPhone4 has a defective on-off button. The national class action claims Apple knew about the defect but didn't disclose it even as it worked with AT&T to sell 2 year contracts.
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500 Startups today is announcing the next 28 companies to take part in its Accelerator program, unleashing a largely international class of startups who have come to Mountain View to accelerate their startup progress. There are 28 companies in this Accelerator class, and as usual there's a bunch of diversity there.
A Bay Area-based startup is working on $100 robots that will help kids learn to code.
Cisco today announced the results of its study into consumer’s thoughts about connected and driverless cars. While a large part of the study focused on the role of technology in the car shopping experience (unsurprisingly, nobody likes car dealerships), the study also looked into drivers’ attitudes about driverless cars. Show More Summary
A tiny world unfurls across your iPhone screen: the surface of a tranquil pond, where water beetles swim about, tadpoles wriggle to and fro, and turtles laze atop drifting waterlilies. But do not be deceived, beneath this soothing surface lies a cruel, Darwinian realm, where you must guide the tastiest of the Tasty Tadpoles [$0.99] [...]
If you've been getting stomped in Star Command [$2.99] and stopped playing as a result, consider giving it another shot. Creator War Balloon just pushed out an update that added a bunch of rookie-friendly features, including tutorials, a beginner difficulty level, and tips for the weapon-firing mini-games. Also, three additional tokens are now being dished [...]