"Siri, open HBO Go." You can already tell Apple's voice assistant to launch apps from an iPhone or iPad, and that same feature, along with other capabilities of Siri, will be possible with an Apple TV. Read More »
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When the next model of the Hyundai Sonata goes on sale later this year, buyers will be able to connect their iPhones to the car's in-dash entertainment and information console thanks to the inclusion of Apple CarPlay. At the New York International Auto Show, Honda confirmed that that the 2015 Sonata will have CarPlay integrated into its touchscreen system. Read More »
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Need More Battery Power??? We all have run short of battery power at some time during a long work day I'm sure. The iPhone hasn't the best device for saving battery power in recen times; however, with a few good tips we can guarantee you will get the most from your battery. Check out some of the specs below: Read More »
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Canada's biggest sports network is finally making its way to smaller screens with the launch of TSN GO. The new app makes it possible to get on-demand access to full shows and live streaming of programming on TSN and TSN 2. A subscription to TSN is required to use the app, and only Bell TV and Rogers customers currently participate, but more companies are expected to sign on in "the coming weeks."
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iOS 8 Maps mock-up
The main reason I don't use Apple Maps on my iPhone is that it doesn't support transit directions like Google Maps, something that I absolutely need because that's how I get around New York most of the time. Based on new information from a reliable source, I may have to revisit that choice later this year. Read More »
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The latest version of iOS 7 is available for download now, and you'll want to run to the Settings application if you want to get access to new features like CarPlay (new car required) and bug fixes that kill the random reboot bug. Obviously, you shouldn't try to download iOS 7.1 if your iPhone or iPad is jailbroken because this will patch jailbreak and put you back on standard software. Everyone else can enjoy these changes, among many: Read More »
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We've seen in recent weeks that using your smartphone while driving isn't always the safest or legal thing to do. Apple CarPlay works to make using the phone easier by integrating it into the in-car display and infotainment system, allowing users to control maps, music, phone calls, and messaging on a bigger screen and use buttons built into the device. Apple is finally taking the wraps off its CarPlay integration system and confirming that we'll see it go live in some automobiles later this year.
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Apple iWatch has been a rumor for many months, ranging from a concept that put the iPod nano on wrist strap to one that features an iPhone connected Bluetooth watch. As we drift on into 2014 we will here more of these rumors escalate. We are sharing the most recent photos as they have been seen around the web. The iWatch has been rumored to include a new health app that's said to be part of iOS 8. Read More »
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