Friday, February 15, 2019

23 results for 'iphone'

Do Mobile Users Prefer Android’s KitKat or Apple’s iO7?

By TedLevin, published on Dec 30, 2013

The holiday shopping season revealed specific preferences of mobile users. Apple and Google’s Android continue to develop and compete. Where do the strengths and weaknesses lie with each operating system? What do consumers prefer? How do these devices rule the average person and shopping during the Christmas season?

As recent research indicates from Apple, almost 74% of Apple users are accessing and downloading apps with the newest iO7 platform. That’s a strong percentage of users who prefer and utilize the latest Apple platform to emerge onto the mobile scene. This is a boost in percentage... (more)

Tags: iphone, mobile, android, mobile os

Apple introduces iPhone 5 and new iPod

By EagleNews, published on Sep 12, 2012

Apple introduces iPhone 5 and new iPod

The all new iPhone 5 has been introduced by Apple CEO, Tim Cook earlier today. The keynote presentation started at 7.00pm, when an optimistic Tim Cook appeared on stage and hundreds of people inside the hall started cheering. "We've got some great things to show you", said Cook. He then introduced Apple marketing guru Phil Schiller for the actual introduction of the "most beautiful device we've ever made", said Schiller. The new iPhone has a 4 inch retina screen and is 18% lighter than the iPhone 4s. It's not an all glass case, but an all metal... (more)

Tags: iphone, usa, economy, world, jobs, news, apple, technology, 2012, itunes, mac, cook, ios, steve, tim, app, store, macintosh

Sinking an iPhone

By Skipper, published on Nov 18, 2011

...of what had fallen overboard. Tools? That’s happened more than once, but this time I wasn’t using any. It sounded fairly heavy.

I had been leaning over at a fairly acute angle…did something fall out of a pocket? I patted myself down and that’s when I realised I had just lost my iPhone in 30 feet of Pacific Ocean. I was angry. I was hurt by this unfair, callous treatment by Fate. I even wanted to blame my wife, as she had bought me this jacket, one with horribly inadequate pockets lined with a satin material that makes it wet-ice slippery to anything made of hard plastic.... (more)

Tags: iphone, social media, spirituality

What is Swype and Why Would Nuance Want to Buy?

By Jeffrey Powers, published on Oct 8, 2011

...FlexT9 application.

Nuance offers a host of software products to improve your online dictation services. Dragon Naturally Speaking is their flagship software - turning voice into text. They also have language dictionaries, and some translation devices.

With this technology, they can make a digital signage kiosk or internet kiosk easier to use. There is also a possibility they could offer on iPhone and iPad applications. Since Siri (Apple's digital assistant they announced on Tuesday) is using Nuance's software on the back-end, could Swype technology be coming to the iPhone?


Tags: iphone, apple, ipad, swype, nuance, dragon naturally speaking, keyboard, smartphone

It Just Works - Xmarks Grows Up, Gets Bought, Go Premium

By Jack Bates, published on Apr 7, 2011

My original article on Xmarks covers the basics and they haven't changed. The video is a decent review of Xmarks sync on the iphone. This gives a good visual overview of how easy Xmarks is to use.

Last Pass works on what they call a "Freemium" model where almost all the services and content are free. Additional content and services can be acquired by paying a small fee for premium access. They have brought this model to Xmarks. The mobile access on my Andriod OS to my bookmarks was well worth the $12/yr. Xmarks Premium is the best browser backup and sync solution for mobile users... (more)

Tags: iphone, internet, mobile, browser, backup, android, xmarks, bookmarks, recovery, sync, phone, blackberry, dolphin, tabs, tabbed browsing

Inc. Unveils the Top 7 Business Apps

By Allison Way, published on Dec 15, 2010

...but it can also be utilized through any laptop or computer. This app allows users to sync up their Dropbox files between desktop, mobile, and iPad and share links to documents. Free yourself from emailing documents forever! Download Dropbox—it’s completely free!

2. GroupMe (iPhone and Android)

This 5-month old app allows users to organize phone contacts by groups and send text messages to these groups whether they use a smartphone or not. This app also allows its users to place conference calls with entire groups by dialing a dedicated number. And guess what? ... (more)

Tags: iphone, ipad, business apps, android, entrepreneurial apps, startup apps, top business apps

Apple IPhone 4: Woes, Pros, & Best in Shows

By Jon Hosier, published on Aug 17, 2010

Much of the world has come to know the joys of the iPhone. This most recent model, the iPhone 4, sold over 1.7 million units.

“This is the most successful product launch in Apple’s history,” said Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO. “Even so, we apologize to those customers who were turned away because we did not have enough supply.”

Almost 77% of which were upgrades from the previous 3G and 3GS units. As many of you may already know, the newest model iPhone was not without glitches and problem on release day. Many complained of yellow screen tinting, others still had issues with the phone’s... (more)

Tags: iphone, apple, cell phones, iphone 4, iphone 4 antenna problem, iphone 4 yellow screen, bakodo, iphone barcode scanner app

Apple iPad Revealed

By The Gaming Gentleman, published on Jan 30, 2010

I am a massive fan of Apple. I am writing on my Apple MacBook Pro and am connected to the web via Internet tethering on my iPhone. Apple seem to have a knack for inventing things that you never knew you needed until they showed them to you. A few years ago who could have predicted that one of their products, the iPod, would become so popular that entire waves of entertainment media would be created in the form of podcasts, a word which has found its way into everyday vocabulary as easily as googling?

With all of this in mind you may understand that I was more than a little bit excited... (more)

Tags: iphone, apple, ipad, macbook pro, comment

Wii, Mii And Getting Ahead

By KLiedle, published on Jan 20, 2010

...and I can't surf the internet with a click of a button or check my e-mail remotely. I'm on Facebook, but I can't even begin to compete with those who change their profile pic every couple of days and put way too much thought into coming up with a catchy, cool status update to send from their iPhone [appropriately enough.] I don't have the time, the inclination, or the iPhone for that.I got a GPS for Christmas two years ago and it was only six months ago that I finally got around to opening the box."This is actually pretty convenient," I thought as I wondered why I hadn't tried it earlier. ... (more)

Tags: iphone, technology, ipod, gps, wii fit plus, dsl, it's always smoggy in l.a., web series, dial up internet

Game Review: Championship Manager 2010

By The Gaming Gentleman, published on Nov 27, 2009

The variety of applications (Apps) available for the Apple iPhone never ceases to amaze. Recently big-name game developers have realised the market potential of mobile versions of their games and acted accordingly. Eidos have released their latest instalment of their football managing series, Championship Manager 2010, costing £2.99 to download from the App store and taking up a mere 9.4mb of space on your iPhone or iPod Touch. Fans of the series and everyone who thinks they can manage their favourite football team better than real incumbent are in for a treat.

With three language... (more)

Tags: football, iphone, review, championship manager, apple

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