Weekly Mobile News Roundup – 31 January 2014


On January 31, 2014

 Once again the week is coming to an end and that means it’s time for a roundup of the past weeks news! How To Send iMessages From Your Web Browser On Any OS – Apple released Messages for OS X Mountain Lion for Mac users to stay in touch with other iMessage contacts through their computer and […]

Will Apple bring Bookmarks to their iCloud website?


On January 30, 2014

Apple is known for keeping secrets, however a recent mistake on the Apple iCloud server hints that the Cupertino company is looking at adding bookmarks to their iCloud website. The mistake was initially reported by 9to5 Mac, who uncovered the mistake when trying to install the Chrome extension from the iCloud Control Panel for Windows. Of cours […]

Apple TV is no longer just a hobby


On January 29, 2014

For a very long time an upgrade has been rumored for the Apple TV, however Apple executives have been saying the set-top box was just a hobby, something they’re tinkering with for the fun of it. Perhaps this is also the reason why the Apple TV was always hidden away as an accessory and not […]

Apple Q1 Earning Call by the numbers


On January 28, 2014

Yesterday Apple held their Q1 2014 Earnings call, and here are some of the most interesting facts to come from this meeting: Apple sold: 51 million iPhones 26 million iPads 6 million iPods 4.8 million Macs Graph: Macrumors.com Percentage wise this is what Apple’s revenue per category looks like: Mac Net Sales: 11% iPod Net […]

Watch Steve Jobs demonstrate the first Mac in video hidden since 1984


On January 27, 2014

If you haven’t seen the video of Steve Jobs launching the Macintosh in 1984 then all I can say is shame on you! However it actually turns out there is another video of the launch of the Macintosh, see a week after the original launch there was a second demo presented to members of the  Boston […]

Weekly Mobile News Roundup – 24 January 2014


On January 24, 2014

 Once again the week is coming to an end and that means it’s time for a roundup of the past weeks news! PCs are dying, so Logitech pivoted to tablets—and had a surprisingly profitable quarter – It’s been a tough few years for Logitech. The high watermark in sales of PC accessories for the iconic computer mouse […]

Apple’s Fifth Avenue Store Glass Panel Shattered By Snowblower


On January 23, 2014

If you haven’t seen the Apple Store on 5th Avenue then you really missed out on something. The iconic cube first revealed in 2006, went through a major renovation project in 2011 bringing the total of glass panels from 90 to a mere 15. Now however a snowblower accidentally knocked into one of the panels shattering […]

iOS 7.1 beta 4 kills Evasi0n Jailbreak


On January 22, 2014

Everyone knows that when a jailbreak is released Apple developers go to work trying to patch the exploit, unfortunately it seems as if the latest iOS 7.1 beta 4 kills the jailbreak. Now Jailbreakers are looking for other exploits that will allow them to install a Jailbreak on iOS. According to Team Evasi0n hacker iH8Snow: In […]

Beats Music released in US on several devices including iPhone and Mac.


On January 21, 2014

If you are looking for another music streaming service, then Beats has decided to enter the market with their new Beats Music. Released today Beats Music joins suggestions from music experts and algorithm-based automated recommendations, Beats Music offers access to more than 20 million songs via unlimited, ad-free streaming for $9.99 a month. The iPhone app can […]

Control iOS games with your PS3 Dual Shock controller


On January 20, 2014

While we normally don’t discuss Jailbreaking news on this site this is just too cool to not discuss. This is perhaps one of the best reasons to be jailbreaking your iOS devices. Thanks to Controllers for All you can now use your Sony PS3 Dual Shock 3 to control games on the iOS device. This pretty […]