The Chinese government has managed to convince Apple to turn over their source code to assuage fears of secret backdoors and spying. This brings many years of pressure from the government to an end, although the move could have also have been prompted by US whistleblower Edward Snowden’s comments about the iPhone last week.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen has a new plan for enforcing net neutrality in the US, and it involves forcing Apple and Android app developers to build apps for BlackBerry devices. While he named iMessage and Netflix specifically, Chen appears to believe that it should apply to all content in the mobile space.
HyppTV has a new updated app for its HyppTV Everywhere service, that allows users to watch streaming video on mobile devices. The new app no longer requires a Unifi or Streamyx subscription, and will include a seven day free trial for all those who download it for the first time.
Apple could currently be testing the next iteration of its mobile operating system. Several sources have been recording activity by browsers from iOS9, and the number of devices appears to be increasing slowly as time passes.
Google is rolling out an update for the Google Translate app that will make it more more useful than it is now. iOS users will also be catching up with the Android version of the app with this new update, which will be rolling out over the next few days.
One more interesting wearable design has come out of CES 2015, although this is more of a startup presenting a prototype. Blocks Wearables, the name of the company, was exhibiting their version of a modular smartwatch at the Intel booth as part of the “Make It Wearable” competition.
Heroes of Might and Magic 3, one of the best turned based strategy games from 1999, is returning with a new High Definition edition. Return to Erathia after 16 years, and this time it can be done on a mobile platform; as Ubisoft is bringing it to both Android and iOS as well.
Konami has announced a new update to PES Manager bringing the game up to speed with the current 2014/15 football season. The new rosters will also introduce new uniforms and player skillsets, along with a little extra incentive for new players who log in for the first time.
World of Tanks Blitz, the mobile app version of the popular tank action simulator, has finally arrived on Android. The update also brings with it cross-platform play with iOS, a new map, new crew skills, and large number of iconic British tanks.
iOS users will no longer see apps listed as free in the App Store. Instead, the wording is replaced by the word ‘Get’ and followed by small print indicating that in-app purchases can be made. It may take a bit of adjusting to get used to the new look, but it is supposed to allow consumers […]
If you’re thinking of making the jump from an iPhone to the OnePlus One (or any Android smartphone), the team of OnePlus has written a very useful guide on how to transfer your information and data from the iPhone to the OnePlus One.
Apple To Roll Out iOS 8.1 On 20 Oct: Brings Together Apple Pay, iCloud Photo Library Beta and SMS Handoff
It is yet another big day for Apple as the company has unveiled plenty of new products to the world earlier today including iPad Mini 3, iPad Air 2, refreshed Mac Mini and 27-inch iMac with 5K display. Additionally, the company has also announced the availability of OS X Yosemite and for iOS users out there, […]
A presentation pitching the Unity platform has been circulating around the gaming industry, prompting some to speculate that the game engine is going up for sale soon. Originally reported by CNET, the move would dramatically affect the millions of developers who rely on Unity to build games quickly; most of which happen to be on […]
Despite selling more than 10 million units, the release of Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus is marred with a number of unfortunate issues. First, it was the #bendgate issue. Right after that, users reported that the new iOS 8.0.1 update somehow disabled their phone’s cellular service and TouchID. If you already owned one of the new iPhones and faced those very issues after […]
If you’ve ever developed an app for iOS platform and have been rejected, then this is something you’ll need to go through. The Cupertino company recently posted out a list stating the top 10 reason why it reject apps so if your apps have been constantly rejected or if you even plan on writing apps […]
There is now concrete evidence that Google Now is a better assistant than Siri. An experiment has shown that Google Now had the edge over Siri by answering 86% of all the questions heard correctly compared to the 84% by Siri. Gene Munster, an analyst of Piper Jaffray conducted a side-by-side comparison between Apple’s Siri […]
Monster Hunter is one of those games that has managed to sell consoles all by itself. The opportunity to hunt giant monsters is not one to be taken lightly; especially now that it has been ported over to iOS. Of course, this version of the game is not the most recent Monster Hunter 4 but […]
Romans in my Carpet is a game that feels like it should have been released as an early access game on Steam. The look and feel of the game is similar to those being pushed out by hopefuls who just want to get their great idea out the door and maybe sell a copy or […]
Starbucks Malaysia has released an official app for Android and iOS devices, featuring a virtual Starbucks Card that links to your physical one, allowing you to easily and quickly make purchases, top up and also enjoy the My Starbucks Rewards program.