- The Mountain Lion Experience by Chris
- WWDC 2012: The Train Keeps on Rollin' by Tarun
- From iOS to Windows Phone: Act 3 (The Verdict) by Tarun
- From iOS to Windows Phone: Act 2 (The Experience) by Tarun
- From iOS to Windows Phone: Act 1 (The Motive) by Tarun
- A Month With Metro for Xbox 360 by Chris
- 2012 by Tarun
- Redefining Reading and Sharing: Flipboard for iPhone by Tarun
- Dropping Their Guard by Tarun
- Design Unification with Google Apps by Tarun
- Weekly Download #38: Google I/O, Podcasts.app, Mansfield
- Weekly Download #37: WWDC, Microsoft Surface, Windows Phone 8
- Weekly Download #36: Nokia's Abysmal Quarter, More on Instagram, Sony, Nest, Apple & Gaming, Patents
- Weekly Download #35: RIM, IE, iPad, Lumia and Windows Phone 7.5
- Weekly Download #34: Windows Phone, Google, RIM
- Weekly Download #33: the New iPad, Apple TV, Draw Something, Mike Daisey
- Weekly Download #32: Apple "New iPad" Press Conference Event
- Weekly Download #31: iPad 3, Google Goggles, T-Mobile, Facebook, iFactory, Chomp, Microsoft, Nokia, Siri
- Weekly Download #30: Mountain Lion, iPads, Browser Cookies, Nook, Playbooks, Blackberry
- Weekly Download #29: iPad 3, Apple TV, Patent Uselessness, Facebook, Bing & Social, Google's Living Room
Category Archives: iOS
John Paczkowski, AllThingsD: A humiliating reversal for RIM’s BlackBerry, which just four years ago was outselling the iPhone in Canada by a nearly five-to-one margin. While losing traction like this among the hometown crowd isn’t a massive strategic defeat, it’s … Continue reading
Peter Kafka with the details: People familiar with the company tell me it has recently been netting around $250,000 a day from the game — that’s after Apple takes its 30 percent cut. Wow.
You may have noticed iPhoto for iPad using a different mapping service than Google’s. The reasoning, according to this article, is the push to monetize the service based on the number of impressions that the map makes. It is unclear … Continue reading
In this “patch” episode Tarun and Chris discuss the iPad Press Conference. Tarun and Chris give their thoughts on Apple’s “new iPad” and software Apple previewed. They also discuss what exactly this iPad update means for consumers and Apple as … Continue reading
The new iPad, featuring an A5X chip and retina display. Also worth noting is iPhoto for iPad+iPhone. Stay tuned for full coverage on a special episode of Weekly Download.
Related to Jim’s post, Erik Kain writes: More likely, we’ll see a tighter integration of mobile devices and station-based computers. We’ll see more touchscreens across all device categories, and there will be more ways to network and switch between all … Continue reading
Jim Dalrymple: The right question to ask is “does the iPad fit my lifestyle?” Completely agree. My answer is no, but I’m apparently becoming more of a minority.
Claire Atkinson for the New York Post: Apple is pitching the idea of offering channels as apps for its devices, including its Apple TV set-top box. It’s unclear whether it would group the apps together and charge a fee — … Continue reading
Good ol’ Jim Dalrymple: As expected, Apple on Monday announced an event to show off the company’s next generation iPad. The invitation, sent to me by Apple, says the event will take place at 10:00 am on Wednesday, March 7, … Continue reading
This seems like the first time Siri has extended beyond core Apple applications. Perhaps a hint of what could be announced in March.
Earlier this week Apple acquired app search company, Chomp. What could this mean for Apple? Well, likely a much better, enhanced Genius feature for one.
Nice catch by Eric Slivka at MacRumors: T-Mobile USA today announced earnings results for the fourth quarter of 2011, revealing a net loss of over 800,000 contract subscribers during the quarter. The carrier, which is now the only one of … Continue reading
At the crack of dawn, Apple surprisingly announces Mountain Lion for developer preview. We cover the implications of the next OS, including what it means to be iOS-ified. We also discuss iPad sales; cookies being exploited, Nook/Playbook/Tablet B-lists, and the … Continue reading
Ars Technica documents an interesting case of a blatant ripoff app being approved and making its way to number 3 on the charts within the App Store. An interesting read on the Apple approval process and how this fake Pokemon … Continue reading
Looks slick. Update: Or not.
Just two weeks after Apple announces iBooks author and textbooks for the iPad.
Marco Arment gives two reasons why Siri is not up to the Apple standard. I use Siri to make alarms, set calendar reminders, and occasionally check the weather. The service is pretty unreliable for me, perhaps because of the Apple … Continue reading
The headline reads Android has a “record” 39%, and Apple’s shipment numbers have called from quarter to quarter, but Apple still maintains a strong incumbency with only one tablet product.
Gym-Pact is a new iPhone app that will fine users if they do not go to the gym when they say they are going to. The user tells Gym-Pact how often he/she is going to go to the gym and … Continue reading