Posted on 11 September 2012 by Shane McGlaun
Sony has announced a new set of headphones called the X Headphones to be advertised heavily on the X Factor TV show. The headphones ship with a carrying case, use 50 mm drivers, and ship with two cables including one with a three button iPhone remote.
Posted on 07 August 2012 by Shane McGlaun
Things aren't looking good for Samsung in its legal battle against Apple over allegedly copying the iPhone. An internal Samsung document offered in the case claimed a "crisis in design" at the company.
Posted on 08 July 2010 by Shane McGlaun
The lack of support for Flash on Apple devices is infamous. YouTube has now launched a new mobile site for the iPhone and iPad that is made with HTML5.
Posted on 29 June 2009 by Budi Putra
Google says that mobile uploads to YouTube have increased by 400% just in a week, thanks to iPhone 3GS' technology. Looks like mostly iPhone 3GS users are also the big fans of the video-sharing site.
Posted on 14 March 2009 by Alison Spong
In an interesting twist to the current state of things iTunes app wise; are double standards now at play? Mippin have been having trouble with an Application for weeks, while their indiscretions are live through competitor.
Posted on 11 March 2009 by Alison Spong
For a moment, two iPhone prototypes were for sale on eBay. There was also a supporting YouTube Video, although before you try to find them; they have both been pulled.
Posted on 16 February 2009 by Budi Putra
Are you addicted to YouTube? Definetly you need this app. TubeJunkies is an app made just for YouTube addicts. You can subscribe to video channels and never miss any new videos uploaded.
Posted on 11 April 2008 by Chris Davies
Playback of embedded videos in mobile Safari has been a long-demanded feature, and while Apple's moves toward that as spotted in the latest firmware beta might be little more than a gesture - not full Flash compatibility, just avoiding having to leave Safari and view media in the standalone YouTube app - it's a start at least. iPhone Atlas have shown ... continued »
Posted on 10 April 2008 by Chris Davies
The recently released iPhone SDK Beta 3 continues to give up juicy hints as to Apple's intents for the handset's next major update; not only has the 3G chipset been identified but new code referring to stereo Bluetooth headset support, suggestions of GPS and new functionality for mobile Safari and Google Maps. There are also signs that Apple may not be taking ... continued »
Posted on 30 March 2008 by Chris Davies
Poring through the latest iPhone 2.0 firmware that Apple has distributed to developers, The Boy Genius spotted that a new YouTube plugin for MobileSafari.app has been added. At present, video embedded into webpages won't display in the iPhone's browser, and only YouTube content is visible in a separate program. It's unclear right now whether this new plugin will ... continued »
Posted on 21 August 2007 by Chris Davies
As Adobe surreptitiously update their Flash player with a new beta supporting bandwidth-friendly codec H.264 and Apple-handy AAC audio format, whisperings begin to fizzle that, while there's still no official word on an iPhone generic Flash player, Adobe might have something lurking in the wings (or, more likely, on the engineering test bench).
Posted on 14 July 2007 by Interns
Ryan is very proud of the video he produced on how to clean the iPhone. Unfortunately, Apple clearly stated not to use window cleaners, household cleaners, aerosol sprays, solvents, alcohol, ammonia, or abrasives to clean iPhone. It has always been common sense (at least for me) to steer clear of any and all of the cleaning solutions mentioned ... continued »