Apple sells 500 millionth iPhone


On March 26, 2014

According to the Quarterly reports from the past years Apple has sold a total of 472 million iPhones between the device’s 2007 launch and the end of 2013. Estimating that Apple has sold more than 38 million iPhones in this quarter, that brings the total number sold iPhones over 500 million. According to Forbes: The consensus would […]

Jobs featuring Ashton Kutcher now on Netflix


On March 25, 2014

If you didn’t have a chance to catch Ashton Kutcher playing Steve Jobs when the movie, Jobs, was released last summer then here is your chance. Jobs was recently added to Netflix just waiting for you to stream it.   The film covers three decades of Steve Jobs life from the inception of Apple to the […]

UK iTunes and App Store prices could increase up to 20%


On March 24, 2014

If you are living in the UK then you might want to download as many games as possible before 2015, according to a new law all digital downloads will be forced to pay UK taxes from January 1, 2015. According to The Guardian the new law will close a loophole that has previously allowed digital downloads to […]

Weekly Mobile News Roundup – 21 March 2014


On March 21, 2014

 Once again the week is coming to an end and that means it’s time for a roundup of the past weeks news! This is why Apple keeps enabling Bluetooth every time you update iOS – Apple’s iOS software updates trickle out to millions upon millions of iPhones, iPads and iPod touch devices following each release. And as […]

First Apple Reseller FirstTech Is Closing Down


On March 20, 2014

Back when Apple first began selling Macs back in the 1970s, their first batch went to Team Electronics in the Twin Cities. Later Team Electronics became FirstTech, a Minneapolis tech dealer that has prided itself on being the world’s first Apple reseller. However according to a report released Wednesday they will be shutting down March 29th, and […]

RollerCoaster Tycoon is coming to iOS


On March 19, 2014

If there is one game I spent hours and hours playing during the late 1990s it was definitely the RollerCoaster Tycoon franchise. I could spend hours fine-tuning my theme park, customizing rides and making sure my employees were working efficiently. Atari has just announced that they are in the process of creating a mobile version of the game […]

Microsoft launches OneNote on the Mac


On March 18, 2014

Today practically everyone uses some form of note-taking app, the most popular perhaps being Evernote, however Microsoft wants to change all that. Today they have released OneNote to the Mac, furthermore they are making both the Mac and Windows version free for all users. Microsoft has however revealed that they are keeping some premium features locked […]

Asphaleia jailbreak tweak allows you to lock any app


On March 17, 2014

If you ever wanted to password protect an app on your jailbroken iPhone then here is some great news. Asphaleia is a new jailbreak tweak that lets you use Touch ID on the iPhone 5s to secure any app. The tweak was created by the same guy who released the Auxo multitasking switcher for iOS 6. Similar to […]

Weekly Mobile News Roundup – 14 March 2014


On March 14, 2014

 Once again the week is coming to an end and that means it’s time for a roundup of the past weeks news! Former Apple Engineer Recalls Steve Jobs’ Great Displeasure with Multi-Button Mouse Concepts – Steve Jobs’ great displeasure about the the idea of a multi-button mouse was apparently the driving force behind Apple’s push to greatly […]

Nintendo explains why their games will not enter the mobile market


On March 13, 2014

With recent sales forecasts for their Wii U console being slashed by 70%, a number of analysts and critics have been putting pressure on Nintendo to enter its games into the smartphone market. With the mobile gaming platform growing consistently, this could be the answer to the game company’s financial difficulties. However, the Japanese gaming […]