Archive | April 29, 2014

VIDEO: Samsung Lawyer: Apple Angry Over Google Software

29 Apr

VIDEO: Samsung Lawyer: Apple Angry Over Google Software

After Apple recalled the innovations of its founder Steve Jobs, its bitterest rival Samsung stood behind Google technology when a lawyer for the Korean company delivered closing arguments at a patent trial. Samsung lawyer William Price argued Tuesday at the conclusion of the monthlong case in San Jose that the company didn’t copy Apple’s iPhone […]

iPhone configuration utility (iPCU) an App for iOS provisioning

29 Apr

Pinux Studio today announces iPCU 2.9.3, its professional level iPhone Configuration Utility. iPCU is a swiss knife app for network administrators or IT professionals. The app lets you easily configure your or clients iOS devices to work with your enterprise system, or switch on features that aren’t enabled by default or configurable on device. Developers can distribute as a local install, via email, the Web via FTP with SMS notification as well as Dropbox with SMS notification.

VIDEO: Touchscreen blocks build new layers of computer interaction

29 Apr

VIDEO: Touchscreen blocks build new layers of computer interaction

Taiwanese researchers have developed technology that brings a new level of physical interaction to the touch screen experience. Using magnets, the scientists are able to manipulate digital images on a computer screen, opening new possibilities for virtual therapy, gaming and educational programming. Tara Cleary reports.

Re-discover Your Photos with new Lost Photos App

29 Apr

California based Macphun Software today announces Lost Photos 2.0, a free Mac app that enables anyone to re-discover forgotten photos within their email accounts. Lost Photos securely scans and reveals photos stored in the email messages of most popular IMAP email accounts such as Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, iCloud and others. Users then preview and download photos to their Mac for viewing, archiving or sharing. The first 100 photos are free to download.

The Alice App: A Mash-up of Lewis Carroll & An Elegant Art History Class

29 Apr

Illustrator and creator, Emmanuel Paletz has released The Alice App 1.0, his ambitious and artistically creative mobile app project. Paletz brings users on a visual and engaging journey of Lewis Carroll’s whimsical Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Emmanuel Paletz’s illustrations have incredible detail, subtle imagery, and historical influence disguised by the whimsy of a children’s storybook. It’s a mash-up of Lewis Carroll and an elegant art history class.

Join the Run RPG World with Mobile App Rush & Fantasy

29 Apr

UbiNuri Inc, has announced the release of the latest out-of-this-world Run RPG mobile app, Rush & Fantasy. The app is a combination of a Run Game and a classic Role-Playing Game (RPG). Players embark on a journey as one of four heroes. The game features twenty-five graphically stimulating dungeons & five ways of exploring these dungeons. With Rush & Fantasy, players will encounter mobile gaming like never before, with brand new challenges, monsters to defeat and adventurous dungeons to explore.

Harness the Power of The Dot in this Complex Logic Game

29 Apr

Independent developer, Alessandro Ferrazza recently released his challenging and imaginative mobile app, The Dot – a logic game. However this is no ordinary logic game of random puzzles. The Dot is composed of 96 levels of increasing difficulty. Each level is unique, with no repeating schemes. Players won’t encounter puzzles or storylines like these in any another logic game, giving players of this app the challenge of a lifetime.

newMacgadgets Releases iPad mini with Retina display Mounts

29 Apr

California based newMacgadgets has introduced the new iPad mini Acrylic Wall Mount Frame. Designed with the Apple Store look in mind, the new frame offers a clean sleek design, with all the safeguards needed to display both the iPad mini and iPad mini with Retina display in public areas. Made of clear 1″ thick acrylic, this sleek designed display mount will showcase your iPad mini for display and/or use by store customers, hotels, conference room meetings, school applications, and more.

PDF PROvider 3.0 Enhances Annotation Toolbox, Integrates Scanner

29 Apr

DAR Software today announces PDF PROvider 3.0, a major upgrade of their robust PDF processor for iPhones and iPads. PDF PROvider 3.0 is the comprehensive processor of PDF documents with advanced annotating capabilities. This app allows anyone to create, annotate and sign PDF documents. Access content from the broad range of sources, including the Web, paper documents and more. Version 3.0 offers facilitated, enhanced annotation tools, integrates scanner and brings new iOS 7-style design.

Find Locations Faster with Localscope v4.2

29 Apr

Popular local search and discovery app, Localscope, unveils version 4.2 with a refreshed new layout that makes finding places faster and easier on the iPhone. Discover and find places, people and information around you. Localscope’s new release also introduces integration with yet another leading provider of location and navigation solutions – Sygic. To celebrate this release, Localscope is on a 3 day sale and will be available at $1.99 upto 2nd May.