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Trailer For Apple’s ‘Planet Of The Apps’ Released

02/14/2017, So we know that Apple is interested in getting into original programming. We recently saw the trailer for “Carpool Karaoke” released, and in case you’re hankering for more Apple originals, the trailer for the upcoming reality TV show “Planet of...

Apple Looking To Combat Fake News As Well

02/14/2017, Fake news isn’t new and satirical websites aren’t either. However thanks to social media and the way news is spread and shared, fake news is starting to become a serious problem especially when people don’t check the source and find out if what...

Apple Removes CarPlay Pain Point In iOS 10.3 Beta

02/12/2017, CarPlay is Apple’s way of extending iOS to your car. It’s available in countless new models from a variety of car manufacturers as well as third-party head units. CarPlay is quite similar to iOS as far as the look and feel is concerned. For...

How to factory Reset your Phone (Android+iOS)

02/07/2017, When you encounter a serious bug or your device tends to perform slower, you sometimes want to start with a clean slate: a factory reset. In a nutshell, a factory reset reverts the configuration and settings to a completely “brand new”...

How to Update Your Apps (Android+iPhone)

02/07/2017, No matter what device you own, whether it is an Android or an iPhone, you need to keep applications up to date to get the latest and greatest features and bug fixes (including security) as soon as they land. It is really simple to update your apps on...

Fire Emblem Heroes Reportedly Earned $2.9 Million On Its First Day

02/04/2017, The other day Nintendo officially released “Fire Emblem Heroes” for iOS and Android. Nintendo’s first-party titles are usually pretty well-received, so it is not surprising to learn that according to Sensor Tower (via MacRumors), Fire Emblem Heroes...

The FBI’s iPhone Cracking Tools Have Been Released To The Public

02/04/2017, Last year thanks to the efforts by a company called Cellebrite, a set of cracking tools were developed for the FBI to help them break into an encrypted iPhone. This was after Apple had refused to help the FBI to break into the device, and also after they...

Facebook Introduces New ‘Discover People’ Feature

02/03/2017, How many of you guys remember how easy it was to trust people on the internet back in the day? Back then giving out information like your name, age, and where you stayed didn’t seem like a big deal, but with hackers, predators, and catfishers out there...

Lawsuit Alleges Apple ‘Broke’ FaceTime On iOS 6 On Purpose

02/03/2017, FaceTime is Apple’s answer to video calls made between Mac and iOS devices. However it seems that this is a feature that has landed Apple into some legal trouble as the company is being sued over it. According to the lawsuit, they allege that Apple...

Outlook For iOS Now Supports Third-Party Apps

02/03/2017, The convenient thing about using apps on the desktop is that they tend to be more flexible, in the sense that it’s easy to access files from the cloud or computer, add photos, share links, and so on. On our phones multitasking like that isn’t quite as...

‘Fire Emblem Heroes’ Now Available On iOS And Android

02/02/2017, A couple of weeks ago Nintendo confirmed that Fire Emblem Heroes would be their next mobile title and that it would be released on the 2nd of February. Sure enough Nintendo has kept their word because if you are interested in getting your hands on the...

YouTube For iOS Updated With Chromecast Lock Screen Controls

02/02/2017, Having to always unlock your phone to control media playback can be rather annoying, not to mention very inefficient and inconvenient. This is why more often than not, apps that support media playback tend to have a lock screen interface in which users...

Google Makes Chrome Open-Source For iOS

01/31/2017, When it comes to mobile browsers, there are several that you can choose from, although for the most part many users are content with the default browsers on their phones, such as Safari for iOS and Chrome for Android. However it is possible that the...

Support For 32-bit iOS Apps Seems To Have Ended

01/31/2017, If you’re an iOS app or developer, you might be interested to learn that Apple’s support of 32-bit apps seems to have come to an end. In the latest iOS 10.3 beta, it was discovered that Apple is no longer support 32-bit apps and are giving users an...