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Sandro Cuccia uses the remote on his iDevice earphones to issue phone commands, talk to Siri, to control music, podcast, and audiobook playback, to manage playlist selections, as well as to shoot iPhone pictures. Yes, all this – and more – can be done with your earphones. This article shows you how.
Apple's latest iPad commercial aired over the weekend asking "what will your verse be?" The ad shows people using their iPads in a wide of tasks while quoting from the American poet Walt Whitman, asking watchers how they'll use their iPads to contribute a verse to the powerful play of life.
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Regardless of whether or not Apple intended it, "What will your verse be" and "Here's to the Crazy Ones" are going to be compared as a set. It's all about inspiration and emotion, and regardless of whether or not people like the new ad, that's exactly what it goes for.
In this last article in a series to help kick off your New Year, Vern Seward takes a look at 5 free iOS apps that might help you collaborate with others: Dropbox, Documents by Readdle, DocuSign Ink, Quip, and JotNot Scanner.
LAS VEGAS - The stylus market for the iPad is a hotbed of activity with new designs and features rolling out almost daily. The latest feature looks to be small, at least in the case of Adonit, and the Jot Script is a taste of exactly where the company's product line is headed.
LAS VEGAS - iPort introduced its new Charge Case and Stand in versions for the iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display on Tuesday at CES in Las Vegas. The case and stand combo work together so you can charge your iPad while viewing it in portrait or landscape mode without giving up your Smart Cover.
The Enhanced Edition of the classic and popular Baldur's Gate II will hit iOS very soon, according to a tweet from the game's developer. The updated version of the BioWare RPG launched on OS X and Windows in November, and promises to bring updated graphics and new content to iPad gamers everywhere.
Corning on Monday unveiled a new antimicrobial variant of its popular Gorilla Glass product. Aimed at touch screen devices, the new glass features ionic silver, which actively works to kill bacteria, mold, mildew, and fungi, and reportedly lasts throughout the life of the device. Corning is aiming to bring the product to the broader smartphone and tablet market soon.
Gaming on iOS may be on the verge of a breakthrough in 2014. While touch-based games are great, some prefer the old-school style of a physical controller, and the new SteelSeries Stratus iOS 7 game controller may be just what fans of shooters and open-world games are looking for.
Traveling this year? Vern Seward features five apps that just might help in this weeks Free on iTunes. TravelZoo, AirBnB, Jetsetter, Flght + Free and Verso
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