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Apple rejects app because it mentions Watch competitor Pebble in the code

Apple rejects app because it mentions Watch competitor Pebble in the code

By 14 hours ago

Apple has rejected an app from its App Store on the grounds that it mentions a competitor to the Apple Watch, the Pebble smartwatch. According to the creators of the app, SeaNav US, Apple rejected it because the Pebble smartwatch, and support for it,... >>

Get Meerkat for Android before release: Sign up as a beta tester

Get Meerkat for Android before release: Sign up as a beta tester

By 16 April 2015

Meerkat, the live streaming video platform, is coming to Android. But before everyone gets a go there's a beta testing phase - which you can take part in. If you want to be one of the first people in the world to use Meerkat on Android all you need to... >>

Why are Apple users suddenly seeing alien emoji everywhere?

Why are Apple users suddenly seeing alien emoji everywhere?

By 9 April 2015

If you are suddenly seeing lots of "Aliens" in messages you are receiving or tweets on Twitter, don't panic it's not that planet Earth has been invaded, it is that you haven't updated your iPhone or iPad to iOS 8.3, or your Mac to OS 10.10.3 yet. With... >>

How does Twitter's new 'Quote Tweet' feature work and why is it so good?

How does Twitter's new 'Quote Tweet' feature work and why is it so good?

By 7 April 2015

Twitter has changed to make retweeting more creative and personalised than it was before. The Twitter quote tweet has arrived. Until now if you wanted to get a comment into a retweet it would mean either copying and pasting text and quoting it, or commenting... >>

Why is the Olio Model One smartwatch such a threat to Pebble, Android Wear and Apple Watch?

Why is the Olio Model One smartwatch such a threat to Pebble, Android Wear and Apple Watch?

By 30 March 2015

What happens when a former Apple and HP product designer creates a smartwatch from scratch? Olio. Smartwatches are now coming thick and fast with Android Wear in many forms and the Apple Watch ready to hit wrists the world over. But the Olio is different,... >>

Fitcoin is a new iOS app that legit pays you (in Bitcoin) to workout

Fitcoin is a new iOS app that legit pays you (in Bitcoin) to workout

By 16 March 2015

A new app has been unveiled that'll actually make you want to workout. Seriously. The app, which is appropriately named Fitcoin, pays you to workout in Bitcoin, but the amount you earn in rewards depends upon how hard you push yourself (something that... >>

How to transfer app and game data between iOS devices, especially Minecraft worlds

How to transfer app and game data between iOS devices, especially Minecraft worlds

By 25 February 2015

Congratulations! You own a new iPhone or iPad. Although you're happy to be an owner of a new iOS device, you're likely losing sleep over whether all your app data and game saves have transferred between your old device and the glorious new one. Well,... >>

Apple Watch taking too long? Android Wear for iPhone is now a thing

Apple Watch taking too long? Android Wear for iPhone is now a thing

By 23 February 2015

For many Apple iPhone users the coming Apple Watch probably feels like it's been just out of reach for a while. If that wait, or the thought of how much the Watch will cost, is too much there is hope in Android Wear. Developer Mohammad Abu-Garbeyyeh,... >>

Apple to offer first ever public iOS beta next month, but be ready, it's a limited release

Apple to offer first ever public iOS beta next month, but be ready, it's a limited release

By 20 February 2015

Apple is reportedly gearing up to release its first public beta version of iOS for testing in mid-March. This should allow early testing resulting in fewer bugs in the final release of the updated iOS 8.3. But hurry it should be limited to the first 100,000... >>

Kill switches on smartphones shown to cut theft, here's how to check yours is on

Kill switches on smartphones shown to cut theft, here's how to check yours is on

By 11 February 2015

The introduction of kill switches in mobiles as an anti-theft device has resulted in thefts dropping as it appears to be working. Internationally the kill switch deterrent appears to be working with London reporting a 50 per cent drop in iPhone thefts,... >>