Tag Archives: iPod

Yahoo! launching weather app and iPad version of mail app tomorrow

Yahoo, one of the largest search engines and email clients on the web, will apparently be launching a couple of new apps for iOS tomorrow. The first app will be a weather app for iOS. This is interesting as the built in weather app for iOS devices gathers data from Yahoo, but the company has still decided that a stand-alone app is the best way to serve…

Time Warner to enable iOS live streaming tomorrow

US telecommunications company Time Warner Cable will tomorrow update its iOS app to allow out-of-home live television streaming on iPad, iPhone and iPod. The feature, coming tomorrow, will be available via the free TWC TV app. The update will not only bring on-demand tv and movies from 26 networks to iOS, but also 10 live tv networks which can be…

Refurb 5th gen iPod touch now available on Apple’s online store

Apple is typically quite stubborn with its product pricing. The only way to get discounts on products is normally either waiting for Black Friday to come around in November, or buying refurbished products. The latter is never a dead cert either as often products just don’t appear on there, or don’t hang around for long. Currently – and for the first time -…

Top 5 Stories This Week: iPhone 5S “prototype”, iOS 7 behind schedule, HTC One vs. iPhone 5 and more…

Lots to talk about this week, including a supposed iPhone 5S prototype, rumors that iOS 7 is behind schedule and a camera comparison between the iPhone 5 and HTC One. As always, the links are the headlines, click them to get to the original articles. 1.Alleged iPhone 5S prototype leaked – matches old iPhone patent A little while back, a patent…

iOS dominating global enterprise with 58% adoption

Citrix, a company which specializes in offering cloud services to businesses, is out with a new survey result showing enterprize choice when it comes to smart connected devices: phones/tablets/media players. Broken down over three continents/regions, it’s immediately clear that one operating system is the preferred choice. Especially for businesses…

DoD places huge iOS device order?

According to a new report out of Electronista, the U.S. Department of Defense is plans on replacing much of its outdated tech with a lot of new iOS devices – 650,000 to be precise. Now, keep in mind that as of now this is an unconfirmed report, but if it does turn out to be legit it’ll be the result of a mobile platform testing program aimed at…

FreedomPop allowing users to keep unused data

Do you remember the “rollover” ads put out by Cingular a while ago? The ones that stated that the network would allow users to roll over their unused minutes from one month to the next? Well, a carrier is finally bringing that back, and making it better. FreedomPop, a carrier that uses Sprint’s wireless network, is bringing back the old “rollover” days,…