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Huawei Windows Phone: ‘We Were Losing Money for Two Years’

August 27, 2014 | 3

Perhaps not the end, but we’re close enough to smell the corpse. While Windows Phone platform isn’t dead yet, with Huawei Windows Phone already a memory, you have got to wonder how long Microsoft will hang on.

Aside from … Read More

iWatch Launch in 2015, ‘Issues’ Cause Delay

August 22, 2014 | 1

A production yield of 1 million units a month isn’t enough, not even close. A new rumor from a generally reliable Asian tech analyst claims Apple’s iWatch launch won’t happen until next year.

KGI Securities analyst Ming-chi Kuo, though … Read More

What Is a Genius Worth? $41K at the Apple Store

August 22, 2014 | 2

If genius is a thing, then we should be able to put a price on it. For example, if you are genius, specifically a Mac genius, Apple pays on a average $41,824, which is about ten grand under the … Read More

Bye Bye Ballmer: ‘I Bleed Microsoft’

August 19, 2014 |

Steve Ballmer is and has always been a larger than life individual. And, now that he has been retired from Microsoft six months and successfully purchased the Los Angeles Lakers, the former Microsoft CEO has retired from Microsoft again. … Read More

WoW Warlords of Draenor Coming Nov 13 for $90

August 17, 2014 |

Alliance or Horde? Ready to go through the Dark Portal? Looking for Warlords of Draener specs, prices and contents? You have come to the right place, so please step inside.

Quite a run. With bloodline dating back to 1994 … Read More

Weaponize Your Cat: War Kitteh on the Prowl

August 11, 2014 |

No, no, not that cat… Some guy “borrowed” a 80-year-old lady’s Siamese, fitted Coco the wandering feline with GPS-enabled war driving hardware and, boom, behold the war kitten! A cultural meme is born and the final proof that, yes, … Read More

iWatch: Apple Introduction Next Month

August 9, 2014 | 1

An off-handed comment by a guy with a reputation or a wall-placed hint by an insider that should know better? People have been talking about an Apple smartwatch for years, but it now looks like the real iWatch could … Read More

Apple vs Samsung? Patent Peace [sort of] Declared

August 7, 2014 |

While patent trolls and patent wars have made headlines for years, Apple vs Samsung has come to symbolize the futility and stupidity patent litigation between giant corporations. Now, believe it or not, Apple and Samsung have announced that they … Read More

Android’s Winning Online Usage Share [Meh]

August 4, 2014 | 3

Market share and usage share, as raw numbers, really don’t tell you much. Nevertheless, fandroids love to talk about Android market share (unit volume), because that number is (usually) bigger than the iPhone’s market share. Meh. Now, Android’s winning … Read More

SocialCafe Audio Photo iPhone App Review

August 4, 2014 |

SocialCafe Audio Photo is an iPhone app developed by Scott Carter. This cool app lets you attach up to 5 minutes of audio to your photos, enriching your media and helping you to remember important details.

In addition to … Read More

Applesphere: Tim Cook’s Empire Grows

August 1, 2014 |

Many, many tech pundits only have eyes for shiny new gadgets. Hence Apple is doom, doom, doomed! Although the iPhone and Mac sparkle as brightly as ever, much of Apple’s luster comes from its unglamorous infrastructure (iCloud) and ecosystem … Read More

Formula Force Racing iOS Game Review

July 31, 2014 | 1

Do yourself a favour… pop over to the iTunes App Store and have a quick browse through the iOS-based racing games available there. Lots of them, aren’t there? Between the free indie titles, expensive big name franchises, promising upstarts asking … Read More

Poker Anyplace iOS Game Review – A Few Cards Shy Of A Full Deck

July 30, 2014 |

 

Coming from its roots in smokey casinos and dingy basements, tournament poker has shot into the spotlight in recent years – both online and in high-profile televised events across the world. Many mobile developers have whipped up poker games … Read More

iMobie PhoneRescue Software Review

July 28, 2014 | 1

The magical process of conjuring deleted data from the abyss is a sort of Holy Grail for many. We’ve all been there – you do a bit of housework, clearing out unused contacts on your phone, and the very next … Read More

Mail1Click Email Service Review: Secure Your Messages

July 25, 2014 |

Mail1Click is a secure, encrypted email service. Developed by United Arab Emirates-based Kryptotel, this service will definitely appeal to the privacy-obsessed.

Back in the day, a service like Gmail seemed like a great deal. It was free, and offered a … Read More