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Logitech’s Harmony Ultimate Hub will turn your iPhone in to a universal remote, available this summer

You’ve probably figured out by now that we at TiP (me in particular) love our accessories. One company that always impresses with its standard of manufacturing and innovation is Logitech. Once known solely for its PC accessories, it’s now well respected for its fantastic iPad accessories. The latest iOS compatible device to be announced is the Harmony…

Scientific 7 minute workout app launched, promises “Maximum Results with Minimal Effort”

If – like me – you live a busy life: juggling work, kids and other activities and trying to stay sane at the same time, you’ll know how difficult it is to fit in any time to do exercise of any kind. For me personally, the challenge is getting out the house on my own. If I’m not working, I’ve got the kids, and if I’m responsible for the kids I can’t just…

Rumor: First new Mac Pro benchmarks appear online

While software was clearly the main focus of the WWDC 2013 opening keynote address, there was another star onstage: the brand new Mac Pro. The cylindrical computer is packed with all the latest components and boasts incredible performance as well as some innovative cooling technology. As is normal running up to a product release, a Geekbench score has been…

Pegatron Chief: ‘Low-cost iPhone’ won’t be cheap

The ‘low-cost’ iPhone, otherwise known as the rumor that just won’t go away, isn’t about to be as cheap as many would like. Apple’s version of ‘cheap’ will match other manufacturers’. While many will be hoping Cupertino’s chiefs will unveil a super competitive low-end device, it’s more likely that the iPhone will be at the higher end of what’s classed…

Vine founders tease upcoming features

With the likely introduction of an Instagram video service being announced by Facebook tomorrow, the creaters of Vine have decided to tease a few upcoming features and interface tweaks. And how would you tease new features on Vine? With Vine, of course! The Vines, which are embedded below, seem to point at the ability to save drafts of Vines, and…

WWDC keynote posted on YouTube

Last week’s keynote speech from Apple during WWDC 2013 was full of many important product introductions. From the MacBook Air line, to a Mac Pro refresh, to, of course, the brand new iOS 7, Apple had an announcement for just about everyone. However up until now, the video was only available via Apple’s own website or a podcast download through iTunes….

AT&T adds five cities to list of LTE markets

iPhone 5, iPad, and iPad mini users on AT&T, or users of other LTE devices should be happy to learn that the network today announced that it has expanded its LTE services into five new markets, including markets in Texas and Washington. If you’re in one of these following markets, and have an LTE capable device on AT&T, you may want to check…

Apple facing new lawsuit over iPhone 5 call forwarding patent

Patent 511 Apple has been caught up in multiple lawsuits for years. The most well known patent dispute involving the Cupertino tech giant is the ongoing court battle against rival manufacturer, Samsung. However, today, another company has decided to take on the iPhone maker in court. Bluebonnet Telecommunications, a Texas based telecommunications…

Rdio updated with AutoPlay, Song Stations, and more

Rdio, the popular music streaming service, has just updated it’s app with some new features that bring some iTunes Radio-like features to the table. One of those features is Song Stations, which allows users to create stations based on specific songs. Also there is now AutoPlay, which will, as the name suggests, keep playing after a certain playlist or…

Lytro announces iPhone app that connects to camera via WiFi

If you are the owner of a Lytro camera, you are sure to be interested in this. Lytro has announced a new iPhone application that will connect to your camera via a WiFi chip built into the device. The application, which is free, can be used after a software update is applied to your Lytro camera to unlock the WiFi chip hidden inside. You can, afterwards,…