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  1. Popular IM service WhatsApp has reached the 500 million users milestone. And it’s not just the total number of users the service has but active users who use the service regularly. This comes shortly after the company was acquired by Facebook, although WhatsApp had a healthy 450 million users at the time of acquisition. The majority of the growth comes from countries like Brazil, India, Mexico, and Russia, with India alone having 48 million WhatsApp users. One of the reason the service is so popular in developing nations is sheer number of platforms the service is available on, whic
  2. A bunch of photos of the upcoming second-generation iPad Air have leaked straight from factory floors in China. The photos are obtained by Dutch website OneMoreThing and show the iPad’s glass front, which now has the LCD layer integrated into the glass itself – currently, that’s not the iPad Air’s case where the two layers are distinct from one another. And here’s the front panel compared with a coin for measure. According to the report, it’s just 1.5mm thick, which could allow Apple to fit a larger battery. The iPad Air 2 is expected to hit store shelves in the third quarter
  3. A fresh report that is bound to turn many heads, Nike has fired most of its engineers working on the FuelBand and will stop production of the famous wearable. The news comes at a time when the speculation regarding Apple’s iWatch is at an all time high. And keeping in mind the staunch relationship between Nike and Apple – Apple CEO Tim Cook is a Nike board member – the news of FuelBand shuttering down serves as one of the biggest piece of puzzle in Apple’s dive into the smart wearable market. While Nike is yet to make the news official through its consumer facing website, they have already co
  4. According to ABI Research, 438 million handsets and 244 million smartphones shipped during the 3rd quarter of 2013. Samsung's share of the smartphone market grew to 35%, while Apple saw its share stay level at 14%. On the platform numbers, BlackBerry is down to its lowest point at just 1.5% of worldwide shipments. Windows Phone was the big mover once again, showing solid growth up 165% year-on-year, to finish at 4% of global shipments and the number three platform. Of course, Nokia essentially is the market for Microsoft, making up 95% of Windows Phone shipments. Android is still the top
  5. Opera MediaWorks is out today with its latest report on the state of mobile platforms for Q3 2013. The report, which gathers data from billions of ad impressions each month, notes that iOS continues the lead for mobile advertising, with around 44.4% of all ad requests and 50% of revenue on its platform. That’s compared to 31.32% for Android, but the lead for Apple is mostly thanks to gains from iPad. Remove tablets from the equation and ad impressions on iPhone and Android smartphones fall to just 31% vs. 30.3%. There might be good reason that more ads are being served on iOS despite
  6. BlackBerry’s CMO Frank Boulben has confirmed the BBM messenger for Android and iOS will be released “within days”. The client has been teased a lot in the past few months with the promise the released date is getting closer. We even saw a beta version makes it to the Apple’s AppStore, but it was quickly taken down. Well, it seems the BBM is finally ready and its arrival is only a matter of days. Frank Boulben shared this info alongside other reassuring piece of info that BlackBerry is doing well and the development is going according to plan. You can find about the open letter fro
  7. Live on stage at Nokia World 2013, WhatsApp CEO Jan Koum announced the instant messaging service now has 350 million monthly active users. That's up by 50 million since August, when the network announced it had hit 300 million. Koum also announced that some 250,000 users per day are registering for WhatsApp using Nokia devices — including Symbian, Asha, and Lumia handsets — over 7 million per month. source
  8. Google has released a major update for the iOS version of the Google Search, which makes it a lot more useful. The app now shows notifications with the app running in the background for your appointments, flight and train timings. The app also lets you set reminders by speaking out instructions such as “Remind me to check out the fair this weekend” and then the app will show a notification at the right time. The app also includes new cards for things such as movie and concert tickets, boarding passes, reservation for car rentals, etc. There is also hands-free search mode. You can just
  9. Even though over 10 million people have downloaded BBM for iOS and BBM for Android, we told you that a further update would be necessary for the voice and video calling features of the service to work. On Sunday, Andrew Bocking said that those with BBM for iOS and BBM for Android will be able to make voice and video calls within months. And Bocking should know, considering that he is Executive VP of BBM for BlackBerry. While Bocking says that BBM will always be free, the Canadian OEM wants to monetize the app. One way will be with BBM Channels. Appearing Sunday on CBC’s The Morning Ed
  10. BlackBerry as a company and as a platform may be seeing its market share dropping, but the BlackBerry Messenger app has been very popular since it was released on Android and iOS this past week. The app has seen pretty substantial download rates even with its waiting list to actually use the app. But, that wait list has been removed and users are now free to get their BBM on. BBM has been popular on both Android and iOS, which makes it hard to tell if more BlackBerry users have upgraded to Android over the years than they have to iOS. The iOS App Store shows BlackBerry Messenger as number
  11. The New York Attorney General has signed agreements with Google and Microsoft to add "kill switches" to Android and Windows Phone devices. It comes as part of the "Secure our Smartphones" initiative, where the report stresses the importance of kill switch safeguards for mobile phone platforms in order to keep user data safe. With these "kill switches", you'll be able to render your phone useless, remotely, in the event of its theft. The kill switch issue has been one that's been hotly discussed. For example, in California, the kill switch idea was immediately rejected, but then the state rece
  12. The iWatch is coming this fall and in multiple models, according to a new report from the Wall Street Journal. Apple's rumored wearable device will come in multiple screen sizes and will feature over 10 sensors track one's health and fitness. The new wrist device from Apple will include more than 10 sensors including ones to track health and fitness, these people said. Apple aims to address an overarching criticism of existing smartwatches that they fail to provide functions significantly different from that of a smartphone, said a person familiar with the matter. Apple showed its inter
  13. Quanta Computer will start mass production of the Apple iWatch in July, according to Reuters. The iWatch will have a display that measures 2.5-inches diagonally and is slightly rectangular, revealed a source. The watch face is said to protrude slightly from the band, creating an arched shape. The device will also feature a touch interface and wireless charging capabilities. The source said Apple expects to ship 50 million units within the first year of the product's release, although these types of initial estimates can be subject to change. The watch is currently in trial production a
  14. If you’ve been skeptical of the iPhone 6 leaks and information that has surfaced so far, perhaps today’s very plausible leaked mockup of the forthcoming handset in silver will pique your interest. Sure, with so many months to go until the purported release of the handset, we cannot be entirely sure of what’s in store, but given how lifelike this particular leak appears to be, it’s also hard to ignore the fact that we may already know what Apple has its up its sleeve. Not that it particularly needs to be reiterated, but we expect that the iPhone 6 will offer a curved rear shell akin to the iPod
  15. Wondershare Dr.Fone for iOS Freaking out cause you accidentally deleted photos, text messages or other crucial stuff on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch? iPhone is broken or damaged and now the data's gone? Failed updates kill your data? Whatever the problem, the doctor is in! Wondershare Dr.Fone for iOS is an easy-to-use tool that can help you easily recover data that you thought you'd lost forever, such as photos & videos, contacts, SMS, call logs, memos and more! It offers you three kinds of recovery mode to recover data from iPhone, iPad and iPod touch: to recover data directl
  16. On stage at Facebook's F8 developer conference, CEO Mark Zuckerberg just announced that Facebook's users will soon be able to sign into third-party apps anonymously without revealing their personal details. "Some people are scared of pressing this blue button," Zuckerberg said of the "login with Facebook" icon. "If you're using an app that you don't completely trust or you're worried might spam your friends, you're not going to give it a lot of permissions." Anonymous login solves all of this by hiding your personal information from developers until you've used it and are comfortable handing t
  17. The iPhone 6 seems to be the subject of a new leak or piece of information almost every day, and with so many reports flying about, it can be rather difficult to keep abreast of what’s going on. Here, we try to establish a little coherence with a brief run-through of what we think we know so far. With five months to go until the supposed release, it’s worth making clear the point that any information gathered could well be inaccurate, and even if it originates from a relatively legitimate source, could well be subject to change. However, it must also be noted that during the past couple of wee
  18. LILA is a sleek & simple to use system, which gives you the reassurance that everything is shut when it needs to be. The LILA Sensor is perfect for checking if your doors and windows are closed. Just open up the LILA app and youll be able to check on all your LILA Sensors from your phone. LILA will also alert you if you leave the house without closing a door or window. LILA is compatible with most iOS, Android and Windows Phone devices running Bluetooth 4.0. For more information or to back the project you can check it out on Kickstarter
  19. The iOS platform has been remarkably resistant to malware infections over the years and attackers interested in mobile devices mainly have focused their efforts on Android. But the developer of a little-known bot that has the ability to run on Linux and Windows machines now has a version that can run on iOS as well. The Zorenium bot is not one of the brand-name bots that constantly make headlines. The bot is only a few months old and hasn’t yet gained the attention of many researchers. It has many of the same capabilities that other pieces of custom malware have, including from-grabbing,
  20. Apple may be trying to compete with phones such as the Samsung Galaxy S4 and Note III if a new rumor that the iPhone 6 will have two different screen size options is accurate. The Japanese newspaper Nikkei has reported that Apple suppliers in East Asia have already started to manufacture sensors and display ports for this new addition to the Apple family, which could be released as soon as September. Nikkei's report claims the phone will likely be released in 4.7- and 5.5-inch variants, which would both be noticeably larger than the current iPhone's 4-inch screen. Many have speculated that
  21. Tokyo District Court Judge Koji Hasegawa ruled that Apple's iPhone 4S, 4, and iPad 2 did not infringe on a data communications patent held by Samsung. The Korean company had claimed that the Apple devices were violating its intellectual property. This is the latest in a string of patent litigations that have gone through courts around the world, with the latest ruling out of the US awarding Apple some $930 million in damages. A Samsung spokesman says the company is disappointed in the ruling out of Japan, but is yet to decide whether to appeal. Source
  22. It seems that we can’t go any longer than a few posts without professing our love for the jailbreaking scene. Maybe not always for some of the tweaks that it comes up with, after all, some can be pretty poor indeed, but rather for the kinds of things that it makes possible. For the doors that it opens, often far beyond the idea of simply being able to skin an iOS device to within an inch of its life. We’d have to say that the ultimate way of ‘sticking it to the man’ if you own an iPhone or iPad has to be the prospect of running Google’s Android on it. We’re big fans of iOS here, but that does
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    The iPhone 6 Concept [Images]

    We’ve seen an abundance of iPhone 6 concepts in recent months, and with the consensus being that Apple will go considerably larger with its next hardware upgrade, most designers have been experimenting with new form factors. There’s no denying that the iPhone’s aesthetic hasn’t changed a great deal from the iPhone 4, and as such, we’ve seen concepts based on the likes of the iPad Air, iPod touch, and even the iPhone 5c. Now, though, resident designer Martin Hajek has come up with an intriguing set of renders based upon the oft-forgotten iPod nano. Before the emergence of the iPhone in 2007,
  24. Apple's 500 millionth iPhone was just sold, marking a huge milestone for the Cupertino-based tech giant. It's funny to think that Edward Snyder, an analyst at Charter Equity Research, said that there was no way Apple would sell 10 million iPhones in its first year. He was proven wrong, however, when Apple went on to sell 12.8 million of their iconic smartphones in 2008. The rest is history, with sales making exponential increases throughout the years. Many analysts believe that the 600 million mark will be reached before the end of 2014. If reports of 5c price cuts are to be believed,
  25. LG has unveiled its first ever smart LED light bulbs. Called the LG Smart Bulb, it’s able to connect to Android 4.3+ and iOS 6+ devices using Wi-Fi, allowing you to control it from your smartphone or tablet. The LG Smart Bulbs are low wattage with LG claiming they’ll run for more than a decade. The company has also baked some interesting features in the software controlling them. One of them is a security-oriented and turns the light on when you’re not home. They also boast a so called “party mode”, which will make them flash in different colors in correspondence with the music that
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