Personal drones just got a boost thanks to a device that turns your iPhone or iPad into the ultimate remote control station.
Summly, an iOS app launching today, is aimed at those who are looking to quickly digest the day's news. Their angle in a crowded news curation market, is to to eliminate scrolling from news apps by intelligently reducing stories to a length of one page view.
Even without any Xbox or PlayStation refreshes, gamers have loads of platforms to be excited for. There are smartphones and tablets, the ambitious Ouya, and now the GameDock — a device that pipes iOS games to an HDTV with old school gaming controls and graphics in mind.
There have been plenty of rumors and leaks in regard to Apple's next iPhone, but what about iOS 6? With WWDC in a little over a week, iOS 6 leaks are just dripping out of the faucet. Facebook will finally join Twitter as a system-wide feature in iOS 6.
Clamoring for news on Apple's rumored Siri-powered HDTV? A new report suggests that Apple will show off yet another redesigned UI for its Apple TV set-top box at next month's WWDC that'll also drive the real HDTV that the company is building.
The big tech news of the day might involve the new iPad, but Apple also made plenty of new announcements for its other products. Here's the best of the rest of Apple's media event.
These days, everybody needs to have an iOS or Android app. Joining the pack is Valve the official Steam companion app. Finally.
Grand Theft Auto III was a landmark game when it was released 10 years ago for the Playstation 2. One of the first and best open-world sandbox games, it spawned legions of imitators and an extremely popular franchise. And now it's coming to the iPhone 4S and iPad 2.
One of the trademark designs on every single MacBook is the magnetic power connector a.k.a. the MagSafe. Apple's just been granted a patent that will allow it to build future iPads and iPhones with the same trip-proof charging cables. Hurray!
Fans of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, rejoice! There's a mobile app coming to all iOS devices with Simon Jones (the original Arthur Dent) as narrator. Part interactive, the app will tell stories from the book, TV show and radio program as only Simon Jones can. Geeks, gets your mobile gadgets at the ready.