About Ravin Mohindru

Ravin Mohindru is the editor and founder of Touch Reviews.

Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ:ERTS) to Acquire Firemint

EA has been busy acquiring iPhone game developers and publishers to strengthen its presence in the mobile space. They recently acquired Chillingo one of the most successful game publishers on the App Store and today Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ:ERTS) announced an agreement to acquire Firemint. Firemint, Australia based iOS developers, … Read the Full Story →

Apple To Address Location Tracking Issue in iOS 4.3.3

We recently reported that researchers uncovered that Apple’s iOS stores location data with time and date stamps locally on the device and also stores it as a backup on the computer. The data uncovered revealed than it had entries ranging more than a year and was obviously a major reason … Read the Full Story →

Terra for iPad Brings Tabbed Browsing To Apple’s Tablet

Apple’s Safari browser for iPad hasn’t seen any major changes in UI since iOS 3.x. The browser is very fast, intuitive but lacks in some key features. One of the major drawbacks of Safari is that it does not support tabbed browsing. The App Store offers some great alternatives to … Read the Full Story →

Photosynth for iPhone and iPad 2 Capture and Share Panoramas

Photosynth Panorama Photo iPhone

If you enjoy taking panoramic photographs then Photosynth for iPhone and iPad 2 from Microsoft is a great app for you to checkout. It not only allows you to capture panoramas but also share them on Facebook, Photosynth.net, and Bing Maps. The user interface is fairly simple. To create a … Read the Full Story →

‘Sony Tablet’ (S1 and S2) With Android 3.0 Unveiled

Sony Tablet S1 S2

According to Apple 2011 is the year of iPad 2 but some tech pundits are calling it the year of ‘iPad 2 Clone’ as every company wants to jump in and capture the tablet market share. Today Sony unveiled their tablets running Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) called S1 and S2.  The … Read the Full Story →

WSJ: ‘iPhone Stored Location in Test Even if Disabled’

In a recent report security researchers Alasdair Allan and Pete Warden revealed that a file in iPhone’s backup history contains location data with date and time stamps. This immediately raised concern among users as this information is locally stored on the device and could be used by anyone who has … Read the Full Story →

Glasses-Free 3-D Display Using Head Tracking App for iPad 2 Coming Soon

Head Tracking App for iPad 2 Glasses Free 3-D Display

Researchers and developers have been working on ways to offer 3-D images and videos without having to use any special glasses. And now it seems that they are certainly getting closer to their goal as a recent demonstration by researchers at France’s Engineering Human-Computer Interaction Research Group shows how ‘head … Read the Full Story →

Extreme Sleeve for iPad 2 From G-Form Provides Exceptional Protection

Extreme Sleeve for iPad 2 G-Form

Worried about accidentally dropping your new iPad 2 and fear damaging it? G-Form has come up with an excellent sleeve for first and second gen iPad which might help you overcome your worries and fear. iPad Extreme Sleeve is the latest offering from  the company which excels in providing “impact … Read the Full Story →