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Facebook Releases Tool To Help The Blind ‘See’ Photos

04/05/2016, Many of us take our sight for granted. We see photos posted on social media networks like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and etc., and sure we might make fun of some photos, complain about some, but there are some who are blind or visually impaired who are...

Pebble Text Replies To iOS Users Arrives For Verizon

04/04/2016, It was in November last year that Pebble rolled out a Text Reply feature for iOS, which would at long last, allow iPhone users to be able to respond to incoming text messages right there and then on their Pebble smartwatch using a voice note or a default...

iOS 9.3 Also Crashes iPhone 6s, 6s Plus

03/27/2016, It looks like iOS 9.3, having been released a week or so ago, has not been all that plain sailing after all. Those who are rocking to an iPhone 6s or an iPhone 6s Plus with iOS 9.3 installed would find that selected apps simply do not run well at all, or...

YouTube Gets Split View And Slide Over Support On iPad

03/23/2016, Google has updated the YouTube app for iOS and it now brings support for Slide Over and Split View features on the tablet. These are the two primarily multitasking features on the iPad that enable users to use apps in a way that they would multitask on a...

iOS Devices Get Dolby Digital Plus Support In iOS 9.3

03/23/2016, iOS 9.3 has a bunch of pretty cool features such as Night Shift, which for those unfamiliar will basically adjust your display’s color temperature to reduce the amount of blue light emitted, which in turn will help you sleep better at night, or so they...

Older iPads Are Reportedly Bricking When Installing iOS 9.3

03/23/2016, Apple released its latest iOS 9.3 update a couple of days ago, and as is the case with updates, usually older devices have a problem handling them namely due to older hardware that might not be able to keep up with the update. We suppose this is the...

iOS 9.3 Enables AT&T’s International WiFi Calls

03/23/2016, A couple of days ago, Apple released its iOS 9.3 update. This update isn’t a small update. It is actually a pretty big one and has brought about a ton of new features to iOS devices. However given that it isn’t necessarily a groundbreaking update,...

Google Reportedly Developing A Keyboard For iOS

03/23/2016, Ever since Apple finally allowed the use of third-party keyboards on iOS, we’ve seen keyboards by the usual suspects such as SwiftKey, Fleksy, Swype, and etc. In fact last we heard, even Microsoft was considering bringing its famed Word Flow keyboard to...

Gear S2 iOS Support Reportedly Arriving This Month

03/21/2016, Last year there was a rumor that Samsung could be making their Gear S2 smartwatch compatible with iOS devices. This was later confirmed to be true during CES 2016 earlier this year in which the company’s VP confirmed that iPhone support was coming to...

Apple’s iMessage Encryption Is Broken, Fix Coming In iOS 9.3

03/21/2016, One of the reasons why many users and companies used BlackBerry devices back in the day along with services like BBM is because of its security. Back then BBM offered up encryption as a security measure to prevent messages and emails from being...

AceDeceiver Is The Latest iOS Trojan

03/16/2016, It looks like iOS devices, as popular as they are, will need to go through yet another round of security checks, as there is a brand new iOS trojan which has been discovered, known as AceDeceiver. AceDeceiver is slick enough that it can even infect...

Waze Planned Drives On iOS Makes Navigation Even Easier

03/16/2016, With Waze 4.0 for Android having launched not too long ago, in keeping with the company’s promises, here we are with word that Waze Planned Drives on iOS has arrived, which will be part of the new version 4.3, and it will do its bit to make sure that...

Hangouts 8.0 For iOS Brings Support For 60 Second Videos

03/15/2016, We’re not sure how many of you guys knew this, but in the Google Hangouts app for iOS, users could record and send each other 10 second video clips. This feature was introduced in 2014 in Hangouts 2.0. Now if you knew about this and was hoping for a...

DOJ Warns Apple They Can Compel Them To Turn Over iOS Source Code

03/14/2016, The battle between Apple and law enforcement is still going on strong. Apple has for the most part held their own, and in recent weeks got a bolster of support from various tech companies signing amicus briefs, along with a ruling in New York on a...