A newly released iPad app promises to change the way we watch not just YouTube video content, but much of the online video content that we now consume on a daily basis.
When Apple launched Game Center in iOS 4, one of the many arguments laid fairly and squarely at its feet was its severe lack of any sort of messaging system. When you look at similar services on other platforms such as PSN, Xbox Live or Steam then you'll see that sending messages between players is integral to the experience. Apple missed that, completely.
Apple today updated its Apple Store iPhone application to include the expected 'self-checkout' feature, which will allow buyers to purchase items in Apple's retail stores without the need for a clerk to take their payment.
With Apple's iPhone being a device that we carry around pretty much 24/7, we often want to share web content with each other, and thanks to the App Store, there are more than a few good ways to do just that.
If you’re a Mac user and live and breathe Skype, or just use it occasionally to talk to your distant friends, you might be happy to know that the application has been updated to add support for OS X Lion as well as HD video chats. These improvements come in the form of Skype 5.3 which is available to the public today.
Do you have a large monitor? Ever wished you could save time by not having to move your mouse as much around the screen? Wraparound is a new tool for Mac OS X that lets users drag the cursor off to a screen edge and make it show up on the opposite edge. For example, if the user drags the cursor all the way to the left, it will show up on the right edge.
If you're reading this particular selection of words, the chances are you'd label yourself as at least a slight geek. In turn, if you're a geek reading these words then the chances are you're a fan of Star Trek, at least in passing.
If you're in any way familiar with the way the iPad functions, you probably know how apps that were made for smaller devices, namely the iPhone and the iPod touch, won't take up the whole screen. They can be scaled up and look (sort of) OK, but in general they don't look as good. What can you do with the lost space? Read on.
We’ve previously covered the leaked photo sharing app that Facebook is working on. But this potential leak is of much, much greater consequence! The world’s most popular social networking site is said to be working on a mobile platform to “take on” Apple’s iOS.