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HOMIDO – Universal VR Headset for Smartphones

David Smothers March 25, 2015

The Homido VR smartphone adapter is available for pre-order today for €69. The device, which mounts a smartphone into a head-mounted housing for use as a VR headset, will be delivered in October, according to the France-based company. Homido says their VR smartphone adapter is compatible with some 80 smartphones, including all Apple iOS smartphones… Continue Reading »

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A New Apple TV Update Makes It Look a Little More Like iOS 7

David Smothers August 4, 2014

With the arrival of a beta 4 update this morning, Apple TV finally got a little a UI makeover. It looks like Apple TV is finally catching up with iOS 7. The redesign is not totally dramatic, but there’s a new emphasis on colors a la iOS 7, and apps including Movies, TV Shows, Music,… Continue Reading »

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Apple Pulls Weed-Growing App After It Dominates Download Charts

David Smothers May 22, 2014

Apple has pulled the popular iOS game called Weed Firm from the Apple App Store, after it climbed to the top of the download charts. The app lets users sell and grow virtual marijuana. The game, which is intended for adults, puts you in the shoes of botany student Ted Growing, who manages a weed-growing… Continue Reading »

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Withings Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor supports Android/iOS, now available

David Smothers April 1, 2014

I have high blood pressure. As a result I’ve used a bunch of cuffs, and the previous Withings cuff was small, comfortable, and worked nearly as well as a larger Omron unit I have. In the realm of wearable health tech, there’s still no smaller or more efficient solution than using an inflating cuff you… Continue Reading »

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New iOS Security Flaw Lets Malicious Apps See All Your Keystrokes

David Smothers February 25, 2014

Just days after patching a rampant security flaw in iOS, another one has popped up in its stead. According to network security company FireEye, there’s a bug in even the latest version of iOS that can let malicious apps track your every keystroke with ease. FireEye was able to push a proof-of-concept app through the… Continue Reading »

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New Details surrounding iOS 8 and the iWatch have been revealed

David Smothers February 3, 2014

Apple may indeed launch an iWatch smartwatch later this year, according to new reports from The New York Times and 9to5Mac that further reveal some of the details surrounding the product, including potential health and fitness features in iOS 8, as well as a meeting with the FDA. Apple executives including Jeff Williams, senior vice… Continue Reading »

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Hyetis Crossbow: A $1,200 Smartwatch With 41MP Camera

David Smothers November 11, 2013

While we are waiting anxiously to know all about the smartwatches that are coming from Samsung, Google and Apple, an impressive wearable tech has just been revealed. Say hello to the Hyetis Crossbow. The Swiss-made smartwatch features a 41-megapixel camera, the same one on the Lumia 1020 as you probably know, and a ring flash… Continue Reading »

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Why Making Mavericks Free Makes Perfect Sense

David Smothers October 23, 2013

Yesterday, Apple not only released its OS X Mavericks operating system, it also announced that it would be free. That’s great! For you, for Apple, and for the future of computing. Releasing Mavericks for free seems like a simple idea. And in theory, it is. But in practice, the logistics are a bit more complex…. Continue Reading »

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Runtastic’s New App Goes Straight For the Abs

David Smothers October 11, 2013

You may be familiar with Runtastic’s workout app that’s primarily geared toward running. It’s one of the most advanced running apps out there, with interval training and all kinds of metrics. But today the company is shifting its focus away from your legs and honing in on your mid-section. Runtastic Six Pack is, as you’d… Continue Reading »

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iOS 7.0.2 Is Here and It Fixes the iPhone’s Major Security Hole

David Smothers September 26, 2013

iOS 7.0.2 is has started making its way out there, and it fixes that embarrassing lock-screen exploit we saw last week. Phew! And, as a bonus, it also reintroduces Greek language options for passcode entry! But the (re)added security is what you’ll want. So go check for an update now, or hop over to 9to5Mac… Continue Reading »

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