Apple iOS 7

At this week's WWDC, Apple has unveiled the latest version of their mobile Operating System, iOS 7. It's the biggest overhaul to date and features a completely new design and hundreds of new features to boot. Some highlights include Control...

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Introducing | Facebook Home

Facebook Home

Facebook has opted out of designing a new phone and instead worked with the Google Android platform to create a new overlay that replaces your app icons with social info. The lockscreen’s replaced with Cover Feed and prioritizes updates from people instead of apps, whilst using an algorithm to determine the updates that are most important to you. Need access to your apps? Just swipe notifications off screen to dismiss them while using a long press can remove all notifications in one go. Full-screen images really give Home an engaging palette, with the end result being a blend between Android and iPhone social networking app Path. Plain text status updates are placed over a user’s cover photo, to keep the appearance consistent with photo-centric posts.

Chat Heads is Facebook’s new messaging app that’s featured in Home. It allows you to quickly and easily communicate with your friends without leaving the app yo’re in. Circular icons are featured on the right-hand side, with the ability to drag them to anywhere you like on the screen. Tap them and you open a pop-over chat dialog that combines IMs and text messages into a universal interface.

Google Maps for iOS

Google Maps for iOS

Three months after iOS 6 hit the market with a brand new Maps application, an official Google Maps app is now available in the App Store. With this comes a welcomed competitor to the native Maps app as well as a pretty clean aesthetic that matches that of other Google iOS apps. What did we miss the most, you ask? Well, public transportation directions was a huge gap and Google’s filling it quite nicely with this one. We’ll have to see how it performs in NYC. Also, Google Maps for iOS comes with a beta version of Google Maps Navigation, which has voice-guided, turn-by-turn navigation, and live traffic conditions as well. Signing in with your Google account also lets you sync searches, directions and favorites. Google Maps also has Street View for anyone that missed that.

The new Google Maps app is available for the iPhone and iPod Touch (4th gen) iOS 5.1 and higher, in more than 40 countries and 29 languages, including Chinese, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese and Spanish.

Adobe CS6

Adobe has announced the release of Creative Suite 6, the latest iteration of its professional design software suite, as well as a new online product called Creative Cloud. Image editor Photoshop leads the offerings while other notable tools such as...

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Follow-Up | Apple iOS 5 Video

We gave you a breakdown of Apple's latest mobile operating system -- iOS 5 -- but here's the video to really put the update into perspective. We get a live look at the OS working its magic on the iPhone...

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iPhone OS 4.0 Delivers Multitasking, iBooks and App-Switching

Apple iPhone OS 4.0 [Multitasking, Unified Inbox, iBooks]

For anyone that missed today’s major unveiling of the Apple iPhone’s 4.0 OS, we’ve got a quick breakdown. Some key enhancements to look forward to include the highly anticipated multitasking feature. The masses have been asking for it and now Steven Jobs and Co. will deliver. You’ll be able to run multiple apps at the same time, like using Skype to make a call and getting directions from TomTom’s GPS navigation app. You can run other apps like Pandora and check your email, without having to worry about the song going on pause. This feature will only be limited to the iPhone 3GS, while the 3G and Edge versions will be left out in the cold. Sucks for those guys. 

Google Chrome OS Announced, Hits Netbooks 2010

Google has announced Chrome OS, an operating system that will bless netbooks and full-size desktops alike. The OS will be compatible with x86, meaning Intel Atom and ARM Chips will be compatible. Multiple OEM Manufacturers have already jumped onboard it...

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Mozilla Releases Firefox 3.5

Mozilla's blessed the masses with Firefox 3.5, the predecessor to the extremely-popular 3.0 released roughly a year ago. It available in 70 different languages, packs a Private Browsing Mode and the ability to go back in time and Clear Recent...

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One-stop social networking: Skimmer, Fallon’s social web reader


With your social networking accounts growing, may we recommend an desktop application that helps to give you an organized view into all of them? Skimmer’s a social web reader by Fallon, a Minneapolis-based ad agency. 

Skimmer℠ is an Adobe AIR desktop application designed to streamline, beautify, and enhance the experience of participating in your most frequently used social networking activities. It improves upon day-to-day interaction with multiple social networks, removing distractions and providing a rich content experience from Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Blogger and YouTube.

Details: iPhone OS 3.0


Apple unveiled a beta version of the iPhone’s next software, version 3.0. There are a whole lot additions from its current state, some that are long over due. Who said you can’t teach old dogs new tricks?

Some of the things we’re glad to see are MMS and cut, copy, and paste. 

More info after the jump.  

iPhone finally getting Flash from Adobe?

Well it was bound to happen, amiright? We've been wanting flash on our Jesusphone from the beginning and Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen has now revealed that Apple and Adobe are finally "collaborating" on a Flash-version for the iPhone. No word...

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