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Future iPhones Could Feature Invisible Buttons, Sliders

05/08/2013, We spotted a concept of the iPhone 6 last month that imagined a device without its iconic Home button, which looks like Apple may be considering if a recently published patent is any indication of the company’s future plans. The patent dubbed...

Google Now Available On iPhone, iPad As Google Search Update

04/29/2013, We caught a leak of an iOS version of Google Now last month which was immediately pulled from the Internet, which lead us to believe it would show up sooner or later. Considering that leak took place last month, it’s safe to say today’s...

YouTube For iOS App Adds Live Streaming Support

04/15/2013, This past weekend, Coachella chose YouTube to be the platform to stream its concerts all over the world, which we’re sure a number of you might have caught, that is, if you weren’t outside enjoying the spring weather. Now that Coachella is...

Twitter Music iOS App Currently Available For ‘Influencers’

04/12/2013, Late last night, Twitter announced it had acquired We Are Hunted, which is a music startup based in San Francisco. The acquisition had many believing a Twitter Music service would soon be launched, which actually has happened, but unfortunately for the...

Apple Expected To Develop Digital Wallet By 2014 [Analyst]

04/05/2013, Google launched its Google Wallet service nearly two years ago, and has since been a great way for Android users to pay for stuff without the burden of having to carry around their wallet everywhere they go. Apple, not to be outdone by Google in its...

iOS 7 Concept Reimagines Lock Screen, Text Messaging And More

04/05/2013, iOS 7 may be running behind schedule, but we’ve seen some amazing concepts over the past couple of weeks that have certainly made us excited about all of the possibilities for the future of iOS. We’ve seen some concepts that suggest a new app...

Federal Agents Are No Match For Apple iMessage Encryption

04/04/2013, Apple’s iMessage may be the playground for Anonymous to spread DDoS attacks, which coincidentally I was the victim of a few nights ago, but it seems the ability for the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to eavesdrop on communications through...

DDoS Attackers Using iMessage With No Relief In Sight

04/01/2013, Denial of Service, or DDoS, attacks have been used for decades now, but they’ve become more popular in recent years that were aimed at popular software companies, video game networks, and a number of government agencies to name a few. Up until now,...