Multi Measures the All In One Measuring App for iPhone, iPad

Multi Measures – All in one measuring tools Rating: Multi Measures developed by Skypaw is a great six tool utility application. It includes a Protractor, Ruler, Surface level, Spirit Level, Plumb Bob and a Seismometer. So no matter what you need to measure whether it be length, surface or balance … Read the Full Story →

News roundup on all things ‘Apple and iPhone 4G’

Apple’s next gen iPhone 4G was found in a bar. A popular technology blog buys the ‘lost’ phone for $5000 and then Apple sends an official letter. The iPad was banned in Israel and some US Universities, and then unbanned in Israel, whilst a fix has been detailed for the … Read the Full Story →

Apple’s iPad Camera Connection Kit Has Undocumented Uses

Whether it’s the inquisitive nature of computer users as a whole, or simply a desire to get the most out of your purchase, discovery of the undocumented uses for an Apple product is a popular past time. The lack of a documented method to connect an iPhone to a physical … Read the Full Story →

Apple’s Next Gen iPod touch Prototype With Camera on eBay

The last couple of weeks certainly haven’t been stellar for Apple’s R&D department. First came the loss and retrieval of the next generation iPhone 4G compliments of Gray Powell. Now something just as intriguing showed up this weekend on eBay and subsequently disappeared. Remember those rumors of the third generation iPod … Read the Full Story →

The Impossible Game for iPhone. Simple and Addictive

The Impossible Game Rating: You know what it’s like when you pop open a can of Pringles (other potato chips are available), and you just can’t put them down, well get ready for the gaming equivalent in The Impossible Game. If you’ve got an Xbox you may already be familiar … Read the Full Story →

Brain Shake HD iPad Game Review. Crazy lever pulling fun

Brain Shake HD Rating: A Fun Game That Lacks Longevity Many people who are reading this review will have probably heard of a game named BopIt where a single player or groups of players pass around the toy and follow the instructions on whether to push, pull or indeed BopIt. Well … Read the Full Story →

Police launch Probe into Lost iPhone 4G Prototype debacle

CNET are reporting that police in Silicon Valley are investigating a case relating to what they call a lost Apple iPhone 4G prototype, purchased by a gadget blog! Apparently Apple have spoken with Silicon Valley police, and their computer crime task force is looking into whether or not there is … Read the Full Story →

Apple hires App Store Game Editorial Chief

Apple has shown that it is taking games more and more seriously over the last few months. This is another move in that direction. Matt Casamassina, previously the ‘editor-at-large’ over at IGN has been hired by Apple as their App Store Game Editor in Chief. Matt explains what this means on … Read the Full Story →

Fast & Furious Adrenaline iPhone. More Fast & Flimsy than Fast & Furious

Fast & Furious Adrenaline Rating: Last month we got our hands on a preview release of Fast & Furious Adrenaline which while it had it’s rough edges it had a lot of promise. Well now Fast & Furious Adrenaline has received its full release and the question is have those … Read the Full Story →

Amazon worried about Apple’s iPad?

Some say that Amazon is worried about the iPad. Amazon was always going to face competition from other e-Book readers. But they perhaps didn’t expect the paradigm shift that has potentially come with the iPad and Apple’s iBook Store. Even so, Amazon has just posted earning results which were higher than Wall … Read the Full Story →

Robot Rampage: Download Origin8′s Popular iPhone Game for Free

Today Origin8 sent us an update regarding the price drop of their iPhone arcade-style side scroller “Robot Rampage!” The game is now available for free (usual price $0.99) from Friday 23rd April. We reviewed (read it here) Robot Rampage for iPhone and iPod touch in early February and it scored perfect 5 … Read the Full Story →

Android running on Apple’s First Generation iPhone

This is just one of those stories that makes you go. Dude? What? Well programmer David Wong, who is also known as @planetbeing on Twitter, and is a member of that venerable group “iPhone Dev Team” has finally achieved an ambition he has had since 2008. He has booted Android … Read the Full Story →

Synth: Nice iPad Music App but not for Serious Musicians

Synth Rating: Any application that can make me feel like I have any musical talent must be pretty good and I’ve found that many iPhone/iPod Touch apps can do that and now on the iPad a plethora of musical iPad apps are coming out which will hopefully make me feel … Read the Full Story →

Apple adds ‘Gmail Archive’ to iPhone OS 4

Apple have added a Gmail “Archive” feature to the iPhone’s native Mail app. It works in a similar way to “Delete”, in that you swipe the mail you want to archive, but choose to archive instead of delete. Seeing as Gmail accounts have “unlimited” space for archiving to this seems … Read the Full Story →

Apple Rumored To Be Interested in ARM

Buying chip designers and manufacturers seems to be the new sport in Silicon Valley. First Apple bought PA Semi and was then rumored to have purchased Intrinsity. Google recently purchased Agnilux. Now rumors are circulating Apple has it’s eyes on the biggest prize of all, ARM. Various news sites around … Read the Full Story →