iOS 7 Supercharges Siri for an iCar Experience


During today’s keynote at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), Apple announced some significant changes to the Siri voice control system. Eddy Cue, Senior Vice President of Internet Software and Services, announced that the new version of Siri will be completely integrated into infotainment systems in many new automobiles. Presently, the “best” integration option that […]

iPhone 3GS Won’t Get iOS 7


The iPhone 3GS, Apple’s aging iPhone that was released more than three years ago, finally came to the end of its rope in terms of iOS updates today as Apple announced that it won’t be getting an upgrade to iOS 7 when the software is released later on this year. In 2009, Apple released the […]

iOS 7 Release Coming This Fall

iOS 7 will be out later this year, likely alongside the iPhone 5S.

While Apple announced iOS 7 and many of its major features at WWDC, one feature that remains a mystery is its release date. Apple, as expected, failed to deliver an iOS 7 release date, instead opting to announce that it will be coming “later this year in the fall.” Tim Cook and company took the […]

Xbox One Price Announced: Release Set for November


Two weeks after first announcing the Xbox One, Microsoft has now confirmed that it will bring the console to consumers this November worldwide with a pricetag around $499, depending on your region. That $499 price, is for gamers in the United States, though the console will launch around that same time in 21 countries, according […]

iBooks Comes to the Mac on OSX Mavericks Great of Education


At WWDC 2013 Apple announced that they would port iBooks to the Mac. The new app will let users read all their iBooks titles on their Mac running the new OSX Mavericks, also announced today. Previously, iBooks readers could only read their content on an iPad, iPod Touch or iPhone. That’s how most people would […]

iOS 7: Biggest Change to iOS Since iPhone

ios 7 on iphone

Apple announced iOS 7 at the WWDC 2013 keynote in California. Tim Cook, Apple CEO calls iOS 7, “The biggest change to iOS since the iPhone.” iOS 7 is a new look for iOS 7 throughout the system, including new typography, new icon designs and a new set of colors that combine with layers to […]

Microsoft Shows Off Xbox One Game Streaming


Today during its E3 press conference Microsoft announced that its new Xbox One console will have Twitch TV integration for game streaming. The Twitch Integration will let gamers livestream their current game online with anyone interested in watching. Gamers will be able to give running commentary on their game as they play and interact with […]

Apple Finally Brings iWork Suite to Windows Via iCloud


Thanks to the power of the browser and Apple’s iCloud, the Cupertino, California software-maker is now bringing its consumer-friendly Office competitor, called iWork, to Windows PC. iWork consists of three separate apps: Pages, which is the equivalent to Word for documents, Numbers, which is the equivalent of Excel for spreadsheets, and Keynote, the PowerPoint substitute […]

Apple Teases the New Mac Pro

The new Mac Pro will arrive sometime later this year.

At WWDC 2013 today, Apple teased a new Mac Pro, a device that it says is a “machine unlike anything” they have ever made and confirming a number of high-end features that will be coming along with the Mac Pro including Dual AMD GPUs and ThunderBolt 2. Apple was heavily rumored to have new hardware […]

iCloud Keychain: Apple’s 1Password & LastPass Competitor

iCloud Keychain will remember your credit cards.

Apple just announced iCloud Keychain, a new feature that will help users create smarter passwords that iCloud will remember and sync so it’s easier to login to your favorite websites and services. The iCloud Keychain is a 1Password and LastPass competitor that will arrive with OS X 10.9 Mavericks. In an era of complex passwords […]

New Xbox One Titles Emphasize Cloud Abilities

The Xbox One price is set at £399.99 in the UK at a third-party retailer, but it is subject to change.

The incoming batch of Xbox One titles seem to indicate that, rather than focusing on Kinect, Microsoft will instead use the cloud processing abilities of the Xbox One to create larger game worlds and immersive game play. Among the titles, the sequel to Microsoft’s Forza racing franchise seems to be the most cloud-dependent gaming the […]

OS X Mavericks Allows You to Start Your Apple Maps Nav on Desktop

maps on osx mavericks

Apple is introducing a new app for its desktop operating system called Maps. Now, just like on the iPhone and iPad, desktop users can have access to maps on their Mac and MacBook. It’s a nice interface, and Apple is hoping that the native app will allow its home-built Maps application to compete against Google’s […]

Apple Announces OS X Mavericks With New Tags


In a shortage for endangered jungle cats, Apple is re-naming its OS X desktop software. The Cupertino, California software-maker is now using a California-based theme for its OS X software, rather than the previous cats theme, with the first of many new releases based on a surfing theme. Hence, at WWDC 2013, Apple is dubbing […]

AT&T Galaxy S2 Jelly Bean Update Now Available


Several weeks after AT&T made the Samsung Galaxy S2 Skyrocket Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update available to owners, the carrier, and Samsung, have made the update available to the original Galaxy S2 with the AT&T Galaxy S2 Jelly Bean update now available through Samsung Kies. Many weeks ago, AT&T rolled out the Samsung Galaxy S2 […]

Microsoft Announces New Xbox 360 Design, Xbox Live Features


Today Microsoft kicked off its pre-E3 press conference with a few announcements for the Xbox 360, including a new console design, a new Xbox Live Gold feature and a new game. The new Xbox 360 console has a design that looks very similar to the new Xbox One, but more rounded. The console has a […]

Did Fleksy Out Apple Plans to Open iOS Keyboard

fleksy keyboard for iOS

A new keyboard called Fleksy might have outed Apple’s plans to open up their keyboard API to third-party developers, allowing users the flexibility of a different keyboard for entering text on the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. If so, this brings one of the most requested features to the iOS platform. It also helps Apple […]

5 Reasons to Use a Virtual Private Network (VPN)

VPN internet lock (stock photo)

The Guardian recently revealed that a top secret government program was collecting metadata from Verizon as a way to link terrorists to each other. This collection is without oversight and does not target any particular individual. It also includes metadata of United States citizens call data. Then it was revealed that all the phone carriers in […]

iPad 5, iPad mini 2 & iPad mini Retina Could Switchup iPad Lineup

New claims point to a cheaper iPad mini 2 and a iPad mini Retina coming later.

The iPad 5 and a cheaper iPad mini 2 could arrive this fall, but the iPad mini Retina may see a delay into 2014 according to a Citi analyst. In a note to investors, share on CNet, Citi Research’s Glen Yeung claims Apple is readying three new iPad models for the near future, including the long rumored […]

How To Watch Sony’s PlayStation 4 E3 Press Conference


Today at 6 p.m. PT/9 p.m. ET Sony will hold it’s pre-E3 press conference to show off the PlayStation 4, and presumably the future of the Vita and PlayStation 3. Anyone can watch the presentation from the comfort of their own home. Sony will finally show off the PlayStation 4 during its E3 press conference. […]

Verizon HTC One: How Not to Launch a Smartphone

The HTC One Mini is said to be smaller version of the HTC One.

The Verizon HTC One is coming to shelves at some point this summer but unfortunately, consumers don’t know exactly when. Of course, this is just one of the missteps that the Verizon HTC One release has taken on its way to shelves, a release that has been one of the most confusing smartphone launches in […]