iPhone survives nine months covered in grain


On July 9, 2014

Photo Source: Chris-Håvard Berge There is nothing worse than losing your iPhone, or iDevice in general, imagine not having any idea where the device ended up. A farmer in Oklahoma knew exactly where his iPhone had ended up, he just had absolutely no idea how to get to it. In October 2013 he dropped his iPhone […]

A battle of wits: how Android surpassed iOS in 2013


On July 8, 2014

There’s no argument more common in the mobile phone space — is Android or iOS better. There are of course subjective components to this question, but based on the latest market share numbers, it’s clear that Android is firmly winning this battle and looks like it’ll continue to do so in the future. Comparing Q3 […]

Apple posts "pride" video, in support of Pride Parade



Every year San Francisco holds a Pride parade, and this year marked the 44th parade where people from all over the globe march in support of the LGBT community. This year thousands of Apple employees were in attendance at the parade, they were joined by Apple CEO Tim Cook and Apple’s Environment Director Lisa Jackson.  All employees […]

What are network requirements for Web Conferencing between companies?


On July 7, 2014

If you have plans on using web conferencing as a part of your business, then you need to be prepared for the requirements. Having a web camera and an Internet connection just doesn’t cut it anymore. According to a 2004 study conducted by Yankee Group, as a bare minimum you would need at least some […]

Weekly Mobile News Roundup – July 4 2014


On July 4, 2014

Once again the week is coming to an end and that means it’s time for a roundup of the past weeks news! Siri Will Soon Understand You a Whole Lot Better – It all started at a small academic get-together in Whistler, British Columbia. The topic was speech recognition, and whether a new and unproven approach […]

Apple announces "Back to School" promotion


On July 3, 2014

Earlier today Apple rolled out their annual Back To School promotion in the U.S., as in previous years the company offers discounts on Macs as well as some iDevices, furthermore the company is giving away free gift cards to customers who buy eligible hardware. If you purchase a Mac you will get a $100 App Store […]

Apple releases Mac Pro lock


On July 2, 2014

Many Mac Pro owners have been looking for ways to secure their device against theft,  now Apple has finally answered their prayers. According to the Apple Online Store the adapter “lets you use a compatible Kensington or similar style third-party lock (sold separately) to keep your Mac Pro secure. The adapter attaches without tools and does […]

Review: CallerSmart Reverse Lookup Phone Book


On July 1, 2014

I don’t know about you guys, but I get between 5-10 anonymous phone calls each week, sometimes even several calls a day, there is nothing worse that sifting through Google trying to figure out who the pesky caller was. Thanks to Caller Smart Incorporated and their amazing app CallerSmart Reverse Lookup Phone Book these are […]

Apple ceasing development of Aperture


On June 30, 2014

I must say this came as somewhat of a surprise, Apple has announced they will no longer continue development of their professional Aperture. In a statement provided to The Loop Apple said: “With the introduction of the new Photos app and iCloud Photo Library, enabling you to safely store all of your photos in iCloud and […]

Weekly Mobile News Roundup – 27 June 2014


On June 27, 2014

Once again the week is coming to an end and that means it’s time for a roundup of the past weeks news! Apps We Actually Use: Collective as a clipboard manager for everything but the kitchen sink – In my daily routine, I spend a lot of time copying URLs for websites, text for articles and […]