Not even RIM's top executives dispute that the company's had a rough few months. But just hold on, they say, until BlackBerry 10. That's the rudder that'll turn this ship around. But if BGR's insider report holds up, that new course might head right smack into an iceberg of suck. More »
and advertisers and publishers are taking notice.By creating advertisements that are in the same format as the content audiences are there to consume, marketers hope to provide a much less disruptive advertising experience. Native ads have also proven effective, drawing higher click rates than traditional banner ads, particularly on mobile devices.
The grocery industry hasn't innovated much in the past 90 years, but that's finally starting to change. Tech companies are now aggressively pursuing the $600-billion-a-year food and beverage market and trying to bring more grocery sales online. Ourlook at the e-commerce grocery opportunity has been one of our most requested research reports this year.
Gunn's currently active on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other mediums including Periscope and Snapchat.For those who tune in, it provides an unprecedented look at what Gunn's daily routine is like day in and day out.The app allows users tothat can be shared with friends or publicly. If you share content in a story feed, it will stay on the app for 24 hours before disappearing.
Last week was a busy one with your favorite TUAW writers posting some excellent How-To guides, commentary and other informative news articles. Here's a quick roundup of our recent feature worthy posts you may have missed: News
Square to accept Apple Pay next year; Tickets.
Apple might already be testing its next major iPhone operating system (BGR)
Source: Czech website
Chance it's true: 100 percent
Obviously Apple is internally testing an operating system that, if previous patterns hold, will be debuted to developers in about six months.
When you go to the Pebble website , you'll be forgiven for thinking a bomb will go off in 4 days and x number of hours, seconds, milliseconds, etc. Of course it's not a literal bomb (we hope not) but the timer seems to be signaling a major surprise from the smartwatch maker.
As long has there have been tablets, gadgeteers everywhere have been trying to find ways to hold them hands-free. Today we look at the Flote Orbit, which on Flote’s website isdescribed as “Elegant. Ergonomic. Erresistible”. (Click on images for full size) The Flote Orbit comes partially assembled in three parts: The weighed base, arm, and “claw”. There’s not a whole lot to assembly.
This seems to be the week for great new text editors. First, we had Desk , a new minimalist Mac writing environment that works great with many blogging platforms including WordPress, Blogger, Tumblr, Facebook,and more. I liked its totally distraction-free UI, the ability to use Markdown and some built-in text ornamentation tools interchangeably, and one-click quick publishing to WordPress.
9to5Mac’s Mark Gurman said that the Apple Watch will likely include its own Notification Center.Report: Apple Watch Will Have an iOS-Like Notification Center is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
Phillips has a variety of lights for their WiFi-connected Hue system. There are color-changing bulbs, white light-only bulbs, strips lights, and tabletop lamps, but they all have one thing in common: they have to be screwed into a lamp socket (bulbs) or plugged into a power outlet to work.
Evidence shows Apple operating a mysterious Web crawling bot (AppleInsider)
Source: Website usage logs
Chance it's true: 100 percent
There's no denying that a crawler traced to Apple's servers is apparently sending some traffic to a number of websites. For what purpose that might entail, no one really knows.
There's an intriguing report fromKyodothat Nintendo will use Sharp's "free-form" LCDs on an oddly-shaped new console or other product. Sharp recently showed offIGZO-based displaysthat move the control circuits away from the bezel, allowing for funky, non-rectangular shapes, as shown above.
Earlier this week, Bluebox , a data security company, released a findings report on their tests of the Xiaomi Mi 4 smartphone. Unfortunately for Xiaomi, their results were far from stellar. Not only did the security firm find malicious malware installed on the device, but some of it was even disguised to appear as Google apps.
On their website, a countdown timer ticks away. Nobody’s really sure what’s going on, but Pebble is teasing that in nearly five days’ time, we’ll have something new from them. As the little 8-bit, smiling watch humorously mocks us (not really), we’re left to wonder what’s going on.
A scanner? What is this, 1996? Not too long ago I discontinued my home fax landline. When was the last time I needed to fax, when everyone uses email? Boy was I wrong. I’m in the middle of a house remodel, and I’m finding lots of reasons to electronically scan and send documents, not just via fax. Today we look at the Brother DSmobile 920DW wireless duplex mobile color page scanner.
US and British spy agencies got access to billions of phones, by hacking Gemalto's network.Spy Agencies in the U.S., U.K. Hacked Billions of SIM Cards: Report is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
A new report by research firm IDC shows Xiaomi has overtaken Samsung in China's smartphone market.Xiaomi Surpasses Samsung to Claim the Top Spot in China’s Smartphone Market is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource