Posted on 09 August 2012 by Shane McGlaun
A new photograph has hit the Internet that claims to show some of the internal components of the iPhone 5. The photo shows numerous sensors and other components.
Posted on 23 April 2012 by Shane McGlaun
Sony has unveiled new audio systems that are designed to work with both the iPhone and the iPad. They have docks on the front and one version has a CD player inside as well.
Posted on 10 May 2011 by Shane McGlaun
If you are the outdoor sort and you want to be able to play the music from your iPhone and listen with more than one person Eton has a new dock for you. The dock is called the Soulra XL and it has a big solar panel on top that collects power to help keep the music going for up ... continued »
Posted on 22 September 2009 by Chris Davies
Our photography obsessed friend Chase Jarvis has been in touch to let us know about his new iPhone app, The Best Camera. Intended to make taking, tweaking and sharing images more straightforward, The Best Camera offers a palette of on-device camera effects, and links in with an online community of the same name.
As Chase explains, "the best camera" refers to ... continued »
Posted on 14 September 2009 by Shane McGlaun
I am self employed which means I get killed on taxes each year. If it wasn't for the hoards of receipts that I collect each year, I would have to pay way more than seems fair in taxes each year. The hard part is keeping up with all those receipts until the taxman comes knocking.
Posted on 25 June 2009 by Chris Davies
AT&T have released a free iPhone and iPod touch application that allows U-verse subscribers control their DVR systems remotely. The app, U-verse TV Mobile Remote Access, can display program listings and full descriptions of individual shows, as well as allow users to schedule program or series recordings.
It's also possible to edit existing schedules, whether they have been initiated from the iPhone ... continued »
Posted on 22 May 2009 by Chris Davies
Apple have again inflamed the App Store censorship debate, by rejecting an ebook reader application through which it was possible to search for - and view - classic text The Kama Sutra. The app, Eucalyptus, shows text-only versions of out-of-copyright books from the Project Gutenberg archive.
The App Store reviewer, finding that The Kama Sutra was accessible, then rejected the software ... continued »
Posted on 30 March 2009 by Chris Davies
After last week's rumors, Skype's iPhone client has been confirmed. The VoIP software, which will be released on Tuesday March 31st, will be a free download and allow users to make free Skype-to-Skype calls over WiFi networks. Alternatively, calls to landlines will cost 2.1 cents per minute.
What won't be possible is VoIP over 3G. According to Skype's chief operating officer, Scott ... continued »
Posted on 18 March 2009 by Chris Davies
Of all the upcoming iPhone and iPod touch games, one of the most eagerly anticipated has been Metal Gear Solid Touch. Now video of the actual gameplay has prompted some to wonder whether the UI is entirely satisfactory, given that much of the time the player's thumbs are covering up the action.
Announced last December, even the news that it was ... continued »
Posted on 12 March 2009 by Chris Davies
Apple have announced a special event on March 17th, where the company will launch the iPhone OS 3.0 Software. As you might expect we'll be live blogging the whole event, kicking off at 10AM PST on the 17th at http://live.slashgear.com/
As well as the new iPhone OS, Apple are also promising the debut of a brand new iPhone SDK. The specific features ... continued »
Posted on 27 February 2009 by Alison Spong
Live TV will be streaming to your iPhone with the new version of NexPlayer from NexTreaming. Fully compliant with international standards such as 3GPP and 3GPP2, and also supports proprietary specifications for some operators such as Orange, Vodafone, SKT, KTF and LGT.
Posted on 18 February 2009 by Chris Davies
Vic Gundotra, VP of engineering at Google, demonstrated an offline-capable webapp for the iPhone 3G this morning that allows full access to a user's GMail even while the handset is in airplane mode. The app - which Gundotra described as a "technical concept" - relies on HTML5's AppCache and Database standards, keeping an on-device store of not only the user-data ... continued »