11/08/2009, Those of you who have been running Apple TV with the 3.0 firmware might have encountered a problem where the unit would unexpectedly ditch all the content that was loaded into the device until a resync was performed. Well, it seems that Apple has noticed this rather quickly and issued a 3.0.1 firmware update, which they’re strongly recommending you to update to. Check out the official details here.
11/07/2009, Apple is certainly a company well known for innovation, and Steve Jobs is also quite fussy about patents, so it’s not surprise to see Apple file patents every now and then. The latest “Grab & Go” patent from the company certainly looks promising. Basically it demonstrates how synchronization of data over multiple devices can be simplified, especially with pre-defined data sets and categories like “family, entertainment or business”. With it, […]
11/07/2009, Now here’s something you don’t see everyday regarding Apple’s iPhone. It seems that Storm8, the developer of iPhone games like “Vampires Live” and “iMobsters”, is going to be at the receiving end of a potential class-action lawsuit. The suit alleges that Storm8 created the games with a “feature” that automatically sends the phone number of each host iPhone to the developer. A Washington resident Michael Turner is suing on grounds […]
11/07/2009, While buying stuff online and getting it delivered to you are a great luxury, sometimes it’s still fun to go to the store to pick things up, and at the same time check out other things to burn your hard-earned money on, right? Well, Apple is probably realized this, and that’s why it has introduced its new Reserve and Pick-up service for the holiday reason. You’ll be able to check […]
11/07/2009, Do you want to get into the Apple AppStore business, but don’t want to go through the whole icky start up process? Well, if you happen to have a spare $100,000 lying around your desk, then you won’t have too! Brice Milliorn, who owns 87 different apps in the AppStore has put his iPhone app business up for auction on eBay, with the starting bid at $100,000. You’ll get the […]
11/07/2009, Apple stores always look classy and expensive, but you can’t probably get classier than Apple’s latest store in the Carrousel du Louvre, beneath the great glass pyramid at the Louvre Museum. This is also the first Apple store in Paris and also in France, so it’s certainly something special. In case you couldn’t find the time to check out the place, you can check out pictures of it right here.
11/07/2009, We haven’t heard an “iPhone Mini” rumor in a while, so the rumor mill has probably decided that it’s time to kickstart things again. According to the latest whispers, it seems that Apple has signed contracts to produce a UMTS/CDMA hybrid iPhone, which is planned to be released in Q3 of 2010. Based on the rumor, the phone will be built around a dual-system chip from Qualcomm, allowing this “iPhone […]
11/05/2009, Word has it that AT&T could be selling an 8GB iPhone 3GS in the US before Christmas, retailing for all of $99. If that were to be true, expect this bad boy to fly off the shelves quicker than you can blink, since it offers the full iPhone experience albeit with a smaller storage capacity that probably won’t bother you too much. Assuming this rumor is true, it would most […]
11/05/2009, Mac OS X can be quite the choosy partner, but that doesn’t mean it is always a pain to hook up non-Apple devices to it. Nova Media from Germany has rolled out its FoneSync software which will sync your Samsung cellphone with Mac OS X via an easy to use interface. ForeSync supports models such as the M8800 Pixon, M8910, S5230, S5600, S7220, S7350, S8000 and S8300 currently, where it […]
11/05/2009, Word on the street has it that the rumored fourth generation iPhone from Apple will come with an RFID reader. This could very well be true since Apple has already submitted several patents involving iPhone RFID. The patents also describe technology which sees an RFID reader embedded within a device’s touchscreen. Apart from that, the patent claims will encompass methods that enable the iPhone or iPod to work as a […]
11/04/2009, Despite contrary reports, it seems that in the latest development build, Intel’s Atom processor will once again be able to work with OS X 10.6.2 – at least that’s the news which is circulating at the moment. Nothing is concrete and things could very well change in the final version, but this is where the crossing of fingers part comes in handy.
11/04/2009, The iPhone 3G and 3GS peripheral market is huge, and the latest case would be the $27 Neo Hybrid that boasts a soft rubber rear shell alongside a glossy hard plastic front bezel shield, offering a couple of screen protection types via anti-glare and crystal clear alongside a cleaning cloth. Rubber will be used to protect the side and top buttons while keeping the headphone port free, while replacement front […]
11/03/2009, Zodttd is a developer familiar to those who enjoyed GBA4iPhone, and the same developer is now currently working on a N64 emulator for the iPhone 3GS, thanks to CPU, GPU and OpenGL ES 2.0 support that is good enough to churn out smooth N64 emulation. A word of caution before you get too excited though – high end N64 titles might not be available “just yet” due to the lack […]
11/02/2009, The legend will never die: Doom classic has been spotted on the iPhone app store. Unless you’re really young, I don’t think that I need to present what the game is (the mother of all FPS, well, almost). The game includes all three episodes, plus episode four “thy flesh consumed”. There is support for multiplayer action and up to 4 players can battle in deathmatch mode (over the internet). The […]