While tablets can do just about anything you’d want them to do, few accessories push the limits of these devices even further. A new transparent film designed by Microsoft called FlexSense looks to change that. The film has thin sensors printed on its surface, and is designed to lay over tablets and e-readers to offer Continue Reading →
iPhone 6
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the much-rumored 12.9-inch iPad is being delayed by Apple because of high demand for the new iPhone 6 Plus. The newspaper claims that, while production of the jumbo tablet was slated to begin in December, Apple isn’t satisfied with the rate at which the iPhone 6 Plus is Continue Reading →
iPad Air
Vietnamese blog Tinhte.vn has pictures claiming to show the design of the new iPad Air, likely a dummy unit which acts as a reasonable portrayal of the device’s characteristics. Shown in white, the device is reportedley only 7 mm thin. This is almost the same depth as Apple’s latest iPhones, which measure 6.9 mm and Continue Reading →
iOS Remote
An Apple patent application published Thursday describes a next-generation iOS Remote app system capable of translating the Apple TV’s UI to smaller format iPhone and iPad screens, while streaming back external content like movie trivia from those same devices. As filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Apple’s patent application for “Browsing remote content Continue Reading →
TekDry Device Rescue
Imagine you just dropped your phone in your toilet. Quick — what do you do? If you said race to the kitchen to throw your phone in rice, you’re probably like most people. According to a new study from TekDry, though, using rice to dry your phone doesn’t actually get the job done. In fact, it’s LESS Continue Reading →
iOS 8
Apple says it’s working “around the clock” on a fix to its 8.0.1 update, which went out Wednesday and proceeded to wreak havoc for owners of the company’s newest iPhones. Apple now says a working version of that update will be ready “in the next few days.” In the meantime, the company has outlined a Continue Reading →
After disappointing sales of the Flyer tablet in 2011, HTC’s executives said they’d swear off making tablets until they found a compelling reason to try again. They have one now. Google selected HTC over more experienced tablet makers like Samsung to make its upcoming 9-inch Nexus tablet, people familiar with the matter said. HTC engineers Continue Reading →
iOS 8
Just about every other tech site is posting awesome things you can do with iOS 8. Instead of re-posting them all individually, here’s a collection, plus a brief synopsis. Have fun! Widgets Did you know iOS 8 has widgets? It’s true! Giga OM put together a handy guide, and Gizmodo did, too. The widgets aren’t Continue Reading →