How's this for a rumor? According to a new report, Apple is planning to release a new and improved iPad 3rd generation this summer. While this is pretty crazy news and highly unlikely, we never know what Apple has planned. Head inside for the details.
According to a new report from China, Apple is having some trouble with the iPhone 5 development. Stating that one of Apple's partners in Taiwan are having a problem with the next iPhone's battery requirements. Head inside for the full story.
Many of you know what Safari Download Manager is but for those who don't, it's a very useful tool that allows you to download ans save files via Safari to your phone. Today comes some great news, it finally receives iOS 5 support with version 2.0. According to the developer, Dustin Howett, he has been working on this since iOS 5 came out. This tool will work on any jailbroken iDevice running iOS 5. Head inside for the full story.
Gameloft’s anticipated game, the Amazing Spiderman, has just hit both iOS and Android and is ready for download! You can head over to the App Store now and grab the game for $6.99. Head inside for the full list of features:
Well folks, it's finally here. Google has begun rolling out Chrome for iOS. It is available to download in the App Store, but not all counties just yet. Though if you're living in the United States, head over to the App Store and check it out. However, this might not be what you think, head inside for the details.
Google’s Dropbox-like cloud storage service, Google Drive, has just made its way to iOS! It joins Google’s Chrome browser to be the second app released by the search engine monster aimed specifically at the iOS platform...
As all Sprint users know, Sprint finally got the iPhone last fall. Even though this move was great for them, they still fall short of their competitors, AT&T and Verizon do to one thing; LTE. While this won't be a problem for their iPhone market just yet, their lack of LTE is pretty much the only reason the Now Network didn't get the iPad. Though according to Sprint, that's all about to change. Head inside for the full story.
To whom it may concern, today was Google I/O 2012. With that came news of a new native Google+ app for the iPad, which will be available “very, very soon” and according to Vic Gundotra, looks gorgeous on the Retina display. Head inside for more info.