IFTTT via an email newsletter that went out a few minutes ago: In recent weeks, Twitter announced policy changes* that will affect how applications and users like yourself can interact with Twitter's data. As a result of these changes, on September 27th we will be removing all Twitter Triggers, disabling your ability to push tweets … Continue reading IFTTT removing all Twitter triggers
A Tumblr guaranteed to make you chuckle.
As you no doubt know, iOS 6 came out last night. This has lead to reviews, opinions and tutorials aimed towards Apple’s latest iOS release. A lot of readers rely on these types of reviews and opinions to discover more about the software, what works well - and what doesn’t. It’s through these reviews that … Continue reading Doing your homework
Using a shell script I wrote and published to GitHub recently, I’ve put up a list on Pastebin of all available iOS and iPod software updates that can be downloaded from Apple’s update servers. The list is just a dump of URLs that includes iOS 6 all the way back to iPhone OS 2.0.2.
Cards 2.0 was just updated along with some other Apple apps for iOS 6 support but Cards is now a universal app with native support for iPad.
Google already has a great iOS app for Google Maps, you can find it at http://maps.google.com. It’s lacking Street View but transit directions and the maps are there.
MacRumors: Following Apple's announcement earlier today that it took two million iPhone 5 pre-orders in the first 24 hours of availability, Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster has published a new research note predicting that Apple will achieve sales in the range of 6-10 million units for the opening weekend, with the mid-range number of 8 … Continue reading iPhone 5 Sales Predicted to Hit 8 Million Units in Launch Weekend