Google has announced plans to add its enhanced Voice Search feature to Chrome for iPhone and iPad.
You might not realise, but you’ve got a document scanner in your pocket. Remember all those spy films where the hero pulls out a tiny camera to take a copy of the villain’s plans to take over the world? You too can do that because your iPhone’s camera is more than capable enough to take high quality document snaps.
Twitter has just released an update for its Mac app (v2.2.1), which finally brings Notification Center integration.
Last week, we told you that Apple’s adding Samsung’s latest Android flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S4, in its second patent lawsuit against the Korean company.
If you’re frustrated with tangled cables of your iPhone’s Lightning to USB connector, then Gizmodo points us to a cool new accessory called Trunk by iLoveHandles.
Apple has quietly revamped its Online store with a cleaner and more modern user interface.
The annual American Customer Satisfaction Index for mobile phones has just come out, and of course Apple is on top, but they’ve fallen from 2012′s score of 83% of customers being satisfied with their products.
The annual BrandZ list is out, and it looks like Apple is, for the third year in a row, the world’s most valuable brand at $185.
Earlier today, after several months of speculations Microsoft launched its much awaited next generation gaming console, the Xbox One at a media event at its headquarters in Redmond.
If you have multiple iOS devices, you’ve probably noticed that it’s quite tricky to share photos from device to device.