Posts Tagged ‘Apple’
Just in time for finale season and the beginning of summertime shows, Belkin released its Dyle Mobile TV receiver for Apple devices. The mobile TV receiver is designed to enable live broadcast television content to be watched on your iPhone or iPad using the Dyle TV App. What makes this device stand out from other ...Read more.
You forgot to book your ticket to London, but watching all the Olympic games on a time delay is a little too 1996 for your taste. Good news – you can still experience the games 2012-style with the NBC Olympics Live Extra App. With the app, you can access live streaming coverage of all events ...Read more.
Rumors have been circulating for quite some time that Microsoft is working on a version of Office for your iOS device. If you’re inclined to believe some screen shots that have recently been circulating, the release may be imminent. Handling of Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents has been a question mark for users since the ...Read more.
The Kindle Fire has a plethora of features to play games, watch TV shows and movies and share pictures that put it in a league with leading tablet devices. Add these to its affordable price tag and the Fire poses a serious threat to the iPad. But Amazon’s latest move shows that it is returning ...Read more.
After weeks of anticipation and speculation spreading across the Internet, the biggest news coming out of Apple’s Cupertino office on Tuesday was that there is no iPhone 5. Yet. But the company did announce its new iOS, as well as a few other new releases, including the latest version of the iPhone – the 4S. ...Read more.
Even before its official unveiling at the World Wide Developers Conference, the iCloud, Apple’s venture into cloud computing, has been the hot topic in the tech world. Much talk has been made about the potential impact iCloud will have on existing cloud solutions like Amazon’s S3 and Microsoft’s Windows Azure OS. But some surprising news ...Read more.
Apple announced its much anticipated iCloud yesterday at the World Wide Developers Conference in San Francisco. Users can now store documents, photos, music, calendars and email online. But the cloud service, which will launch in the fall, was just one of several products rolled out yesterday. The next version of Mac software, called OS X ...Read more.
SoundNote is an outstanding note-taking app for the iPad. It has a similar, intuitive interface to Apple’s Journal App, but adds many capabilities. As the name implies, one of SoundNote’s greatest features is to capture audio as you are taking notes. It also syncs your written notes to the audio, so that when you review your notes, ...Read more.