Posted On Friday, February 14, 2014 By admin. Under iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: adventure, android, Australia, black, copyright, directions, front page, game, images, ipod, technology
Just two weeks after MacRumors reported that Major League Baseball was working to install iBeacons in 20 ballparks in time for the start of the 2014 season, home fields for the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Diego Padres are already outfitted with the Bluetooth transmitters, according to Re/code . MLB reportedly remains on track with the remainder of its rollout.
Posted On Saturday, January 25, 2014 By temp. Under iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: apple, birds, birthday, copyright, gaming, google, heroes, iphone, iphone apps, ipod, mac, models, technology, twitter
In October 2013, DisplaySearch analyst David Hsieh first revealed that Apple would be introducing a 12" Retina MacBook Air in 2014.
Posted On Tuesday, January 21, 2014 By admin. Under 9to5Mac, iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: corruption, google, heroes, imac, ipad, iphone apps, macrumors, playstation, technology
Over the course of the last several years, Apple has begun to take an intense interest in biometrics as a way to improve the security and accessibility of its devices. Apple purchased sensor company AuthenTec in 2012 and quickly incorporated its fingerprint-sensing technology into the Touch ID fingerprint scanner that debuted in the iPhone 5s. Touch ID marked Apple's first foray into biometrics, confirming user identity via fingerprint, but the company may have much bigger plans in mind for biometric sensors in future devices.
Posted On Tuesday, January 14, 2014 By admin. Under iPhone Apps, MacRumors, TechCrunch Tags: action, android, apple, Australia, copyright, front page, imac, ipad, ipod, legal, linux, macrumors, technology, twitter
Umoove , an Israeli startup developing mobile-based face and eye-tracking technology, today released a new game that demonstrates its current work on tracking using the iPhone's front-facing camera. Umoove Experience: The 3D Face & Eye Tracking Flying Game is a simple app that allows users to fly through a village using gentle head movements that are detected by the camera. The goal is to collect potion bottles scattered throughout the landscape by turning and moving up and down with head movements
Posted On Friday, January 10, 2014 By temp. Under iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: Australia, copyright, delicious, google, holiday, iphone, iphone apps, ipod, mac, technology
Apple's iBeacons have a lot of potential for inclusion in location-based games, according to The Tap Lab CEO Dave Bisceglia, who spoke to Re/Code in an interview. Currently, iOS game developers who want to incorporate location into gameplay are limited to determining location via Apple's internal GPS system, which is not designed to deliver precise information, especially indoors
Posted On Wednesday, January 8, 2014 By admin. Under iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: animals, at&t, chinese, copyright, front page, imac, ipad, iphone, ipod, mac, macrumors, swiss, technology, twitter
T-Mobile today announced its Un-Carrier 4.0 initiative, which will see the company offering to pay up to $350 in early termination fees for families who switch from AT&T, Sprint, or Verizon to T-Mobile. Coupled with phone trade-ins, customers can receive up to $650 per line to change carriers. "We're giving families a 'Get Out of Jail Free Card,' said John Legere, president and chief executive officer of T-Mobile.
Posted On Thursday, January 2, 2014 By admin. Under iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: ces-mobile-apps, imac, iphone, iphone apps, press release, quantcast, radius-networks, scavenger-hunt, technology
Next week's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) will feature a promotional iBeacon-based scavenger hunt, according to a press release issued today by the Consumer Electronics Association.
Posted On Sunday, December 29, 2013 By temp. Under iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: android, berlin, chrome, copyright, faculty, festival, front page, gifts, imac, ipad, iphone, iphone apps, technology
The iPad held the biggest share of unit sales for any tablet in the United States throughout 2013, while sales of Google Chromebooks made up a bigger percentage of the laptop market compared to Mac notebooks, according to a new report from The NPD Group . The data in the report showed that the iPad accounted for 15.8% of personal computing device sales, which was greater than that of Android tablets at 8.7% and Windows tablets at 2.2%. However, the iPad's share of unit sales in the U.S
Posted On Friday, December 27, 2013 By admin. Under iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: apple, copyright, festival, front page, iphone, macrumors, power, technology, turkey
With the first new Mac Pro units having made their way to reviewers and even some early online orders arriving in the closing days of 2013, more details on the new machines are continuing to surface. Other World Computing (OWC) has performed a quick teardown on one of the new machines, and while documentation currently consists of only a small set of photos, the company has confirmed that the Intel Xeon E5 processor found in the Mac Pro is indeed removable, allowing for future upgrades
Posted On Thursday, December 26, 2013 By temp. Under iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: android, fall, games, holiday, holidays, ibm, iphone, iphone apps, macrumors, microsoft, playstation, software, technology, turkey, united-states
The majority of online orders from mobile devices on Christmas day were placed by iOS users rather than Android users, according to a new report from IBM . 23 percent of total online sales on Christmas in the United States were made from iOS devices, while just 4.6 percent were made from Android devices. Overall online traffic from iOS devices was at 32.6 percent, compared to 14.8 percent for Android