Tag: iPhone

In Depth: How the iPhone 6S could control your home

Introduction to HomeKit It seemed as if Apple was taking over the household with its Macs, iPhones, iPads and the Apple TV, but now the Cupertino company wants to control your smart home. That may happen starting with the iPhone 6S in September with its still …

How to Track Lost Device with Android Device Manager

The best thing about owning a mobile device is the mobility it provides; the worst thing is that being mobile raises the chances of you losing your devices in unimaginable ways. In circumstances where you actually lose a device, there are many third-party apps that can …

Microsoft to make enterprise security tools generally available

Microsoft will be making two services generally available as part of the company’s push to improve the security of businesses’ data. Brad Anderson, Microsoft’s corporate vice president of enterprise client and mobility, said in a blog post today that the company’s Advanced Threat Analytics security service …

5 Things You Need To Know About iCloud Photo Library

Those of you running the latest and the greatest version of OS X (Yosemite, at the time of writing) are now able to replace iPhoto with a new app called Photos, which closely mimics the iOS approach to photo management. Photos also enables (and pushes) iCloud Photo Library, Apple’s …

Microsoft Updates Office Apps for iOS

Microsoft issued updates to the Office apps—Word, Excel and PowerPoint—for both iPhone and iPad this morning, adding support for new languages, simpler sharing, and other features. The release notes for each app are the same and include the following: Support for bi-directional and complex script languages. …

Warning: Lock Saver Free tweak comes with a trojan

Talk about bad timing. Just after I posted about how jailbreaking was relatively safe, here comes news of a trojan that slipped through ModMyi’s review process. The tweak in question, Lock Saver Free, is a tweak that we featured in our new tweaks of the week …

10 jailbreak myths debunked

Over the years, there have been lots of misconceptions about jailbreaking, the type of people that jailbreak, and the overall purpose of jailbreaking. What’s true, and what’s not? Does jailbreaking void your warranty? Is it hard to do? Is it even necessary nowadays? In this post, …

20 Top Selling WordPress Themes on ThemeForest

On this article; we are going to explore some of the top selling WordPress themes on ThemeForest. 1- Avada | Responsive Multi-Purpose Theme Avada is so clean, super flexible and has a fully responsive design, which looks incredible on any screen size. It has powerful framework  that …

Apple Music’s Worst Feature? You Can’t Delete It

Josh Valcarcel/WIRED I am not the first person to complain about the permanence of Apple’s preloaded apps. I am in no way the most qualified to complain about Apple Music. I would, though, like a chance to join this chorus—because I want to make Music go away. …

Matrix-style camera effects could soon come to your iPhone

Creating amazing cinematic special effects is flipping hard, especially if you want to do a slow-mo 360 around a subject a la ‘The Matrix’. That particular special effect, called Bullet Time, generally requires many fancy cameras grouped together in a small space to allow for changes …

Google is bringing its 360-degree films to the iPhone

It may have taken two years, but Google has finally launched its 360-degree video and film app, Spotlight Stories, on iOS. Originally developed by Motorola as a “new storytelling platform,” the app was introduced by Google in late 2013 for Motorola phones, only expanding to include …

Wireless Power And Battery Life Anxiety

Battery life is one of the most vexing problems in mobile tech. Indeed, Smartphone users consistently rate battery life as their No. 1 gripe. Consumers want better batteries, not wearables. So Apple’s recent announcement isn’t that surprising: iOS 9 will have a Low Power mode, which …