Downgrading from iOS 8 for a smoother, snappier experience on older iPhones and iPads is no longer an option after Apple stopped signing iOS 7.1.2 on Friday afternoon. If you upgrade to the Cupertino company’s latest iOS 8.0.2 release now, there’s no going back.
AT&T on Saturday dropped a quick bit of news regarding its Mobile Share Value plans, offering up double the amount of data for new and existing customers. Starting Sept. 28, customers who sign up by Oct. 31 will get 30GB of data for the price of 15GB. If your family […]
In a recent interview with Charlie Rose on PBS, Apple CEO Tim Cook said that the iCloud breach that leaked private celebrity photos wasn’t necessarily a security flaw on Apple’s side, but rather the result of a targeted phishing scheme. The company has since activated two-factor authentication to help boost […]
Apple has finally shed some light on why some iOS apps don’t make it into the App Store by revealing the top 10 reasons why app submissions were rejected during a 7-day period ending on August 28. The list includes reasons like misleading or irrelevant names, descriptions, or screenshots; and […]
From now on, every smartphone sold in California is required to include software that is capable of remotely disabling the device. Otherwise known as a “kill switch,” the new law is designed to deter thieves from targeting smartphone owners—a problem that has been on the rise for the past few […]
Square Enix is bringing a healthy balance of games from both its Japanese and Western libraries to Gamescom 2014. While not an overlarge selection of titles, it has reserved a whopping 180 stations to show off its offering of multiplayer games.
Last year it became illegal to unlock your phone in the U.S. as part of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. At the time we were pretty upset, and now over a year later Congress is finally correcting its mistake. All that’s left is for President Obama to sign the new bill […]