Tumblr’s New App Supports iPhone-Exclusive 3D Touch And Live Photos

Rubric: iPhone | 11 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
Tumblr’s New App Supports iPhone-Exclusive 3D Touch And Live Photos

Apple’s iPhone Live Photos Now Work On Tumblr. Not happy with simply hosting tons and tons photos, videos and GIFs, Tumblr is also now hosting Live Photos, making it the first third-party iOS app to gain this feature. Today, the company says that all users will now have access to this feature, which introduces a way to communicate directly with others on the service, in a private, chat-like interface. The Live Photo bit is super interesting because Tumblr is a place where GIFs and animated images tend to get shared and re-shared at pretty rapid rates. The addition makes sense as Tumblr users are generally connecting with each other to talk about their shared interests or content on the site, ...

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Share your iPhone 6s’ Live Photos on Tumblr

Rubric: iPhone | 11 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
Share your iPhone 6s’ Live Photos on Tumblr

Apple’s iPhone Live Photos Now Work On Tumblr. Not happy with simply hosting tons and tons photos, videos and GIFs, Tumblr is also now hosting Live Photos, making it the first third-party iOS app to gain this feature. Today, the company says that all users will now have access to this feature, which introduces a way to communicate directly with others on the service, in a private, chat-like interface. The Live Photo bit is super interesting because Tumblr is a place where GIFs and animated images tend to get shared and re-shared at pretty rapid rates. The addition makes sense as Tumblr users are generally connecting with each other to talk about their shared interests or content on the site, ...

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Wait, did Microsoft even bother testing Cortana on the iPhone?

Rubric: iPhone | 11 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
Wait, did Microsoft even bother testing Cortana on the iPhone?

Cortana makes the leap to iOS and Android but saves the best for Cyanogen. According to a report from The Verge, Cortana will become a contextual tool that appears within documents. It’s worth a quick note that Microsoft has released Cortana for Android and for the first time we’re seeing the effect that the company’s involvement in the Android platform is having.MICROSOFT HAS started rolling out its personal assistant app Cortana to Android and iOS as it continues to become a cross-platform software vendor, in part realising that the only way to get people to use Windows is to bring the mountains to Mohammed, so to speak.Microsoft has been playing catch-up in the smartphone ...

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Mozilla Launches Focus by Firefox Ad Blocker for iPhone, iPad

Rubric: iPhone | 9 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
Mozilla Launches Focus by Firefox Ad Blocker for iPhone, iPad

Mozilla Firefox OS is not dead. Mozilla Corp.’s brief attempt at making a smartphone operating system, and eventually competing with the likes of Google’s Android, Microsoft’s Windows and Samsung’s Tizen platforms, has finally come to an end. “Focus by Firefox puts users in control of their privacy by allowing them to block categories of trackers such as those used for ads, analytics and social media. Ari Jaaksi, senior vice-president, Connected Devices, Mozilla, confirmed this in a series of tweets from the Mozlando 2015 event in Orlando, Florida, earlier on Wednesday. Jaaksi announced the fact that Firefox OS meant for affordable smartphones will not receive any further development. ...

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Review: iPhone Smart Battery Case

Rubric: iPhone | 9 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
Review: iPhone Smart Battery Case

Apple fans can’t get over the hump. Seemingly out of nowhere, Apple created a battery case for the iPhone 6/6s. Apple has released its first smart battery case, joining a fleet of third-party accessory makers including Mophie who produce iPhone cases with an extra battery built in. It may seem weird that Apple would release a new type of product unannounced, and it may also seem weird that the company chose to enter the competitive market of battery cases. Unlike most third-party battery cases, Apple’s solution for having a battery boosting case involves soft silicon edges and a big hump right in the middle of the phone. The case spells good news for users desperate to extend their battery ...

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Review: iPhone Smart Battery Case

Rubric: iPhone | 9 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
Review: iPhone Smart Battery Case

Apple fans can’t get over the hump. Seemingly out of nowhere, Apple created a battery case for the iPhone 6/6s. Apple has released its first smart battery case, joining a fleet of third-party accessory makers including Mophie who produce iPhone cases with an extra battery built in. It may seem weird that Apple would release a new type of product unannounced, and it may also seem weird that the company chose to enter the competitive market of battery cases. Unlike most third-party battery cases, Apple’s solution for having a battery boosting case involves soft silicon edges and a big hump right in the middle of the phone. The case spells good news for users desperate to extend their battery ...

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Samsung Galaxy S7: Faster than any iPhone, hotter than hell

Rubric: iPhone | 7 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
Samsung Galaxy S7: Faster than any iPhone, hotter than hell

Samsung Galaxy S7 rumours: Snapdragon 820 processor, price and other specs. It was just recently that we heard about the Samsung Galaxy S7’s chipset and how it shattered AnTuTu benchmarks keeping the current competition in mind. Reports claim that Samsung Galaxy S7 will be 10 per cent cheaper than its predecessor the Galaxy S6, although there’s no saying how Samsung will eventually price the smartphones. According to analyst Pan Jiutang (), Samsung plans to reduce the price of its next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S7, by about 10% relative to the launch price of its Galaxy S6. But iPhone users, as well as non-Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge customers will have to wait until “early next ...

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Verizon Wi-Fi calling rolling out for Samsung devices this week, iPhone …

Rubric: iPhone | 7 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
Verizon Wi-Fi calling rolling out for Samsung devices this week, iPhone …

Samsung Might Make a Massive Change to the Galaxy S7. Samsung could be about to make a significant change to its smartphone strategy if a recent report proves accurate. Just before the weekend hit, quietly announced that it will finally begin rolling out support for Wi-Fi calling on select Samsung devices — the Galaxy S6 and the S6 Edge — this coming week. According to analyst Pan Jiutang (), Samsung plans to reduce the price of its next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S7, by about 10% relative to the launch price of its Galaxy S6. Unfortunately, iPhone users hoping to take advantage of Wi-Fi calling will have to wait a bit longer as the nation’s largest carrier said iOS support is slated ...

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4-Inch iPhone 6c Rumors Begin Anew

Rubric: iPhone | 4 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
4-Inch iPhone 6c Rumors Begin Anew

Apple iPhone 6c with 4-inch display expected to be launched early next year. According to tech analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the phone will not be the successor to the flagship iPhone 6s, it instead would be replace the two-year-old iPhone 5s. The KSG Securities analyst expects Apple to respond to demand for a smaller form factor with an estimated 15 million to 17 million 4-inch iPhones shipped in 2015. A lower market price of $400 to $500, up to $249 less than an iPhone 6s, would also help the iPhone increase adoption in emerging markets – places where Android smartphones have traditionally had the edge – while the integration of Near Field Communication technology would support the Apple ...

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iPhone 6c rumors: 4-inch $400 phone for small hands

Rubric: iPhone | 4 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
iPhone 6c rumors: 4-inch $400 phone for small hands

Apple iPhone 6c with 4-inch display expected to be launched early next year. According to tech analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the phone will not be the successor to the flagship iPhone 6s, it instead would be replace the two-year-old iPhone 5s. The KSG Securities analyst expects Apple to respond to demand for a smaller form factor with an estimated 15 million to 17 million 4-inch iPhones shipped in 2015. A lower market price of $400 to $500, up to $249 less than an iPhone 6s, would also help the iPhone increase adoption in emerging markets – places where Android smartphones have traditionally had the edge – while the integration of Near Field Communication technology would support the Apple ...

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