Author Archives: Tris Hussey
Do you subscribe to HBO? Do you have an Apple TV? Soon you might be able to enjoy HBO programs on your Apple TV. That is if rumors are true. And I bet they are.
Maybe someday the sound of people drumming their fingers on a desk will mean they are hard at work. Why? Well, Apple has a new patent for a laser keyboard and proximity sensor that could project your keyboard from your … Continue reading
Hmm the “iPhone Math” or more likely the iPhone+ or iPhone Plus. Some think it’s the code name or temporary moniker for the rumored low-cost iPhone, but Marco Arment thinks it’s something different. He thinks it’s a super-sized iPhone close … Continue reading
Check it out Angry Birds fans, Angry Birds Star Wars has been updated with 20 new levels. We’re not on Hoth anymore, it’s asteroid city folks.
We knew Temple Run 2 was hot. Heck it hit 20 million downloads in just four days, and it is really fun, now the game has hit a new milestone—50 million downloads. And, by the way, they set a record … Continue reading
According to IDG iPad shipments increased only a paltry 48% year over year in Q4 2012 vs Q4 2011. Samsung, 263% increase. Nice. Yeah, but increases in numbers need to have a little perspective attached and when you look at … Continue reading
Evernote, my favorite way to capture and catalogue notes and thoughts, just got a heck of a lot cooler today with a couple app updates that should certainly get your attention. Evernote has released a big update to Penultimate with … Continue reading
In a recent lecture at the University of Texas LBJ School of Public Affairs, Valve co-founder Gabe Newell talked about the future of console and living room gaming. Valve and Steam have brought a lot of great games to Mac … Continue reading
It’s only been a few days since iOS 6.1 has been out, but data from Onswipe—makers of mobile optimized websites—shows over 20% of iOS traffic is using iOS 6.1. In contrast, it took a week for iOS 6 traffic to … Continue reading
While not directly proving “Apple is working on a plastic iPhone”, a recent job post looking for a design engineer who specializes in plastics certainly means that Apple isn’t abandoning the material entirely.