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Gmail For iOS Finally Supports Background Refresh

03/05/2014, In this day and age, you would want your email to land seamlessly on your mobile device. BlackBerry perfected push email a long time back, and that became one of its major selling points, but then the world moved beyond email which lead to the...

Xbox Live Could Extend To iOS And Android

03/03/2014, iOS and Android are the platforms where you’d least expect to find Xbox Live at this point in time, however it does exist as a crucial feature on Microsoft’s Xbox consoles as well as Windows and Windows Phone devices. It lets users collect...

Ferrari, Mercedes And Volvo First iOS In The Car Partners [Rumor]

03/02/2014, Over the past couple of months we have been consistently hearing rumors about iOS in the Car, a feature that Apple first showed off back at the Worldwide Developers Conference 2013. It is essentially the extension of an iOS powered device in the car,...

FCC Speed Test App For iOS

02/25/2014, Ah, privacy issues. These have always been at the heart of many a citizen for quite a long time already, where we would love to have a certain degree of autonomy and privacy in our respective lives without having Big Brother poke its nose in. Well, this...

Apple Plugs SSL Encryption Bug On OS X

02/25/2014, Last week it was discovered that iOS had a gaping security vulnerability, one that could be exploited by hackers to launch man-in-the-middle attacks. The exploit would allow hackers to intercept crucial information being sent by the device, such as emails...

Apple Releases iOS 7.0.6/6.1.6 To Fix SSL Encryption Bug

02/23/2014, Apple has released an incremental firmware update for its iOS devices to fix a SSL encryption bug that has been the topic of much debate on social media. This bug would let an attacker perform a man-in-the-middle attack. What this means is that an...

Fleksy Keyboard Makes Its Way Out Of Beta

02/20/2014, Unlike Android, Apple’s iOS platform does not simply allow for users to change the default keyboard at whim. In fact for the most part, most iOS apps use the default Apple keyboard which in all honesty is a great keyboard, but at the same time who...

Windows Phone Steals Second Place From iOS In Brazil

02/14/2014, Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform might not necessarily be the most popular smatphone platform at the moment, but it does have its loyal users, especially in emerging markets where we can see handsets like the Nokia Lumia 520 dominating. That being...

BBM 2.0 Brings Voice Calling, Channels, Dropbox And More

02/13/2014, Last year BlackBerry Messenger was finally opened up to iOS and Android. When the app was launched, it didn’t come with all of the features that were exclusive to BBM on BlackBerry smartphones, features such as voice calling and BBM Channels. Back...

Tim Cook Compares Android To Europe

02/07/2014, While Apple’s Mac computers are starting to become more commonplace, it is safe to say that their distribution numbers still pale in comparison to the likes of the Windows platform where it is used more widely, especially in schools, businesses, and...

iOS 7.1 Could See March Release [Rumor]

02/06/2014, iOS 7.1 has been in the works for quite a while now. The update is expected to introduce a host of new changes and redesign to the operating system, and it was just recently that Apple released the iOS 7.1 beta 5 to developers. Well the good news is that...

Apple Removes Bitcoin Wallet App From Store

02/06/2014, Bitcoin, for those unfamiliar, is a form of virtual currency which some out there hope will become a legal and widely accepted currency in the future. It may or may not be the currency of the future but as it stands, there is a lot of interest in it at...

Final Fantasy VI Arrives On iOS

02/06/2014, Earlier in January, it was announced that Square Enix’s Final Fantasy VI made its way onto Android devices. This was a little odd given that Square Enix’s releases tend to be for both iOS and Android, and sometimes iOS first followed by Android. Well...