• With #TheSelfie taking photos with your iOS is now even easier

    With #TheSelfie taking photos with your iOS is now even easier

    If 2013 is known for anything, it will probably be known as “The Year of the Selfie.” Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and every other feed with photos in it is replete with selfies – photos taken by people of themselves. These photos include classic poses like the “standing in front of the bathroom mirror” shot, the
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  • Consumers shifting to older iPhones

    Consumers shifting to older iPhones

    Analysts on Wall Street are worried that Apple may have passed its peak in attracting consumers to the latest, newest iPhone offering.  Traditionally releasing a new iteration of the popular smart phone every year, the iPhone has become the phone of choice for many of the nation’s tech-savvy and fashion conscious.  Now, however, that trend
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  • Apple steps away from its usual marketing, immediately commits faux pas

    Apple steps away from its usual marketing, immediately commits faux pas

    Until now, most of Apple’s advertising has been pretty straight forward.  For the iPhone specifically, the company has largely just held things close to its vest, leaked selected tidbits to a few outlets (mostly new media), and then relied on a big marketing bash on release and sheer numbers and hype to do the rest.
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  • Prototyping on Paper (POP) – simulating prototypes

    Prototyping on Paper (POP) – simulating prototypes

    If you design, flowchart, or doodle out ideas for layout or user experiences while you’re working out a new project idea, then POP is definitely for you.  Prototyping On Paper is an iPhone app that lets you doodle out what you’d normally put on a napkin or in a notebook onto your phone instead. Of
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  • Oyster To Be the Spotify of Books?

    Oyster To Be the Spotify of Books?

    A new startup called Oyster has received $3 million in seed funding, led by Founders Fund.  The money will be used to build a library of books that members of the Oyster application will be able to access for a set monthly fee.  The idea behind the app is simple: millions of people use e-readers
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  • Top free iPhone apps

    Top free iPhone apps

    Whilst no one disputes that the functionality of the iPhone is what makes it such a success, there is no doubt that an iPhone’s appeal is increased by the variety of the apps that can be installed, and by the advantages provided by the free SIM cards that are available.