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
If getting organized is on your to do list for the New Year, Contributing Editor Chuck La Tournous says the Fujitsu ScanSnap iX500 will help you stick to your resolution well after the last strains of "Auld Lang Syne" have faded into the winter night.
Looking back on 2013 TMO found several iPhone and iPad apps that really stood out to us. There were apps to help our productivity, keep track of passwords and private stuff, and get your social networking on, too. We also found games we liked. Lots of games. Read on to see what some of our favorite picks from the year were.
Your iPhone may take great photos, but what if you want to take the images you capture and add an extra artistic touch? As they say, there's an app for that, and we rounded up some of our favorite image effects choices for the iPhone and iPad. Read on to see which image effects apps we use with our iPhones and iPads.
Sandro Cuccia likes to organize his iOS 7 email messages according to whom he considers to be "Very Important People" (VIPs). In this article, he shows you how to do this and optimize your email workflow.
Vern Seward introduces the first in a 3 part series highlighting 5 must-have free iOS apps in this week's Free on iTunes.
Apple's fight for a permanent injunction blocking the sale of certain Samsung Galaxy devices in the United States has been brought back to life thanks to a Federal Appeals Court ruling. The iPhone and iPad maker had requested the permanent injunction based on Samsung's infringement on its rubberband, tap to zoom, and pinch to zoom patents.
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Even though most every product listed in the injunction request isn't available any more, a win would still be big for Apple. Scoring a permanent injunction now makes Apple's next patent infringement trial with Samsung stronger since it can show it has already scored an injunction for similar products.
On Christmas Day (December 25th), iOS users once again demonstrated that they use their devices more than their Android counterparts. According to data from IBM, sales from iOS devices were five times higher than sales made from Android devices, while total traffic from iOS devices was more than twice that from Android.
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