Tagged: IOS

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Software You Should Have: Google Chrome

Weekly columns/features are a good idea! So I thought I would give it a shot of my own and call it “Software You Should Own” catchy huh!? So each week I shall give a piece of software I think “You Should Own” yes you, reading this right now. It can...

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Lightroom for iPad?

Despite massive sales in both the U.S. and worldwide markets, Apple’s iPad is still marketed largely as a consumer device. With regards to more professional tasks like document editing and photo manipulation, Apple’s tablet falls far short of the capabilities of Microsoft’s Surface Pro, which can run full PC programs....

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Apple fined over illegal copyright violation

Apple has been hit with a fine in China after it was determined they illegally distributed copyrighted material via their online book store. It represents another case in a long line of legal cases brought against the company in the last few months. China Daily reports that the Beijing No. 2 Intermediate...

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Snapchat is down for some users

Popular short picture messaging service Snapchat is unavailable for many users. When sending a picture, the service recognises a send command but is unavailable to send. On further investigation, error reports show that the server has denied a connection. The official Snapchat Twitter account has not yet acknowledged the issue,...

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Pebble Watchface SDK unleashed to developers

After earning more than $10 million (£6.5 million) on Kickstarter, the Pebble e-paper smart watch now has an official public SDK available exclusively to iOS developers. Your patience has been rewarded…you have a brand new Pebble Smartwatch in your hands. And, of course, now you want to make it do...

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Apple pledges increased innovation – what’s next?

At Apple’s annual meeting in Cupertino, California, CEO Tim Cook assured investors that the company haven’t “got their head stuck in the sand” and “we’re really aware of the competition as well”. Shares in the company increased from $405 (£267) in early 2012 to a record $705 in September, since...

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Apple puts a stop to the evad3rs

The beta 2 version of iOS 6.1.3, released for developer testing by Apple last week patches one of five bugs that the recently released Evasi0n jailbreak exploits, Forbes reports. “Evad3rs” team member David Wang (@planetbeing) confirms that the upcoming version of iOS will no longer allow the Evasi0n jailbreak to...