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Fingerprint secure banking is here: RBS and NatWest apps start using Apple Touch ID

Fingerprint secure banking is here: RBS and NatWest apps start using Apple Touch ID

By 18 February 2015

Apple Touch ID now lets people use their fingerprint to access UK-based banking apps for RBS and NatWest. The Royal Bank of Scotland Group, owner of RBS and NatWest, claims it is the first UK-based bank to offer fingerprint recognition technology via... >>

Get ready for a flood of Xbox One apps

Get ready for a flood of Xbox One apps

By 17 February 2015

In the current generation console war, Microsoft has always adopted a more generic entertainment machine approach for its Xbox One than Sony has with the PS4, which is evidenced by the greater number of apps available on the former device. And that is... >>

VLC 3.0 will come with Chromecast support across multiple devices

VLC 3.0 will come with Chromecast support across multiple devices

By 17 February 2015

A changelog posted by VLC has confirmed that support for the Google Chromecast is soon to be added to the popular media player. That means users will be able to stream just about any media file through VLC on the connected TV dongle. What's more, VLC... >>

Flipping pancakes and crack addictions: 5 great apps for Lent

Flipping pancakes and crack addictions: 5 great apps for Lent

By 17 February 2015

Pancake Day has finally arrived, which means you have the perfect excuse to flip and fry as much batter as you want without feeling guilty. It also means that when you wake up tomorrow, Lent begins, which gives you another opportunity to start a failed... >>

Samsung and Android 5.0: What does Lollipop bring to your Galaxy S5?

Samsung and Android 5.0: What does Lollipop bring to your Galaxy S5?

By 16 February 2015

Android 5.0 Lollipop is the most sophisticated and consumer-friendly iteration of Android yet. Launched late in 2014, the roll-out to devices is underway, with the Samsung Galaxy S5 getting its sweet Lollipop update in February 2015. Of all the Android... >>

Apple Beats Music-like streaming service: Is it actually happening, and when?

Apple Beats Music-like streaming service: Is it actually happening, and when?

By 14 February 2015

Apple is always working on something new - whether it's a car, watch, or music streaming service. That last bit might confuse you, as the company already has the iTunes Store, iTunes Radio, and iTunes Match, so why would it need to launch another streaming... >>

Nintendo doesn't want to make mobile games, but it will do a Mii app for smartphones

Nintendo doesn't want to make mobile games, but it will do a Mii app for smartphones

By 14 February 2015

Nintendo has announced it is finally making a mobile device app: a Mii app, actually, for phones. While speaking to Japan's Nikkei business daily, Satoru Iwata, Nintendo's president, admitted he's opposed to developing phone and tablet versions of Nintendo... >>

Want to be a supermodel? YouCam Make Up app can help

Want to be a supermodel? YouCam Make Up app can help

By 13 February 2015

London Fashion Week is fast approaching and with it comes the bombardment of the supermodel breed and their symmetrical faces, perfect genes and tiny waist lines. They are among some of the world's most beautiful people but that's not to say the rest... >>

Wear a Nike FuelBand? Nike says take it off

Wear a Nike FuelBand? Nike says take it off

By 13 February 2015

Nike has released an update to its Nike FuelBand app for the iPhone that means you can ditch your Nike FuelBand altogether. The latest update to the iPhone version of the FuelBand app shifts away from needing the band to collect data to using the iPhone's... >>

What was the life-changing prize that awaited the Curiosity app winner? Nothing, it turns out

What was the life-changing prize that awaited the Curiosity app winner? Nothing, it turns out

By 13 February 2015

Back in May 2013, then 18-year-old Bryan Henderson won the Curiosity cube game. Curiosity, which was big news at the time, asked iOS and Android gamers to click away at tiny chunks of a large cube to peel back multiple layers in order to strip it away... >>