Popular running iOS app RunKeeper was today updated to finally support the Pebble smart watch, a feature that was promised more than a year ago.
Adobe today announced a major shift in its software strategy, stopping further development of its Creative Suite line of products, and focusing its efforts Creative Cloud instead. During the announcement, Adobe also unveiled two new hardware accessories — the “Project Mighty” stylus and the “Napoleon” digital ruler.
Let’s face it: Bulky pockets look weird…feel even worse. This iPhone Hacks Deals offer aims to help you eliminate some of that bulk in a stylish and functional way.
Adding just 1/8th” of width when compared to standard iPhone 5 cases, you will hardly even notice a difference with your iPhone 5 with the Krome CargoCase. The extra storage compartment also fits various tools, slim USB drives, business cards, or many other things you may want to keep handy. The door also serves as a quality stand which is surprisingly beneficial for taking pictures, turning your iPhone into a bedside clock, or enjoying entertainment.
Yesterday, we’d told you about the tiny ARM based computer embedded inside every $50 Lightning Digital AV Adapter. While it was clear that there was some video decoding being done by the ARM SoC, we didn’t really know the specifics and the exact reason why the adapter wasn’t outputting raw HDMI.
While we knew that Lightning accessories packed in an embedded Texas Instruments chip to handle its adaptive 8-pin interface, a new teardown of the $50 Lightning Digital AV Adapter shows that the complexity in some of these accessories is far more than we’ve imagined.
During CES hipKey made its debut with word that it would appear exclusively in Apple Stores—online for sure, physical, not so sure—and that day has come…the hipKey has arrived. While at first you might think that the $90 app-ccessory is a bit much, if you think about how it could be used to help protect your devices and loved ones, it doesn’t seem so out there at all.