Tag: iphone

Amazon Fire Phone review roundup: Americans are taking one for the team

Amazon announced its first foray into the smartphone market last month with the Fire phone. The device runs Fire OS 3.5, which is a customized version of Android, and sports a 4.7 IPS LCD HD display, 2.2GHz quad-core processor with Adreno 330 graphics processor, 2GB of RAM, and a 13MP shooter. Most of the uniqueness


Apple offers iOS 8 beta 4 to developers

Apple has offered up iOS 8 beta 4 to developers two weeks after the third beta, which came two weeks after the second. See a pattern? The company is rolling out a steady stream of test code for developers to build their apps upon before the public release this fall, which will almost certainly coincide with


Koodo Mobile drops Nexus 5 price to $350

The Nexus 5 was released last November and was immediately available via Google Play for $350, after which a number of Canadian carriers quickly hopped on board to offer this device. Most carriers sell the Nexus 5 for a no-term price around $500, but TELUS’s sub-brand Koodo seems to be the exception as they have dropped its cost


Apple releases iOS 7.1.2 with bug fixes and security improvements

Apple has released a small update for all its iOS 7-compatible devices, resolving some issues with data transfer for third-party accessories and improving iBeacon connectivity and stability. The update, which is available for iPhone 4 to 5s and iPad 2 to Air, is 32MB if coming from iOS 7.1.1. It also likely resolves the exploit


Apple rumoured to announce a new ‘Smart Home’ platform at WWDC

Apple recently declared plans to enter your car and is now possibly making a play for your home. According to the latest report by the Financial Times, Apple is preparing to unveil “a new software platform” that will transform your iOS device into a tool to control various smart devices in your home. This is


Uber for Android update with new design

If you’re a frequent user of Uber — perhaps for their taxi, ice cream, or boat service — then you might have realized the company has shed the beta sign from the app and pushed out a redesign. As we stated before, the app has received a performance boost and also welcomed a left side