Itâ€™s been quite some time since weâ€™ve covered a Kickstarter project here, but PowerUp 3, a new project, is pretty amazing. It lets you turn any normal paper airplane into a smartphone-controlled rocket with a â€śPowerUp Smart Moduleâ€ť that attaches to the plane and a companion iPhone app.
Nike introduced its FuelBand SE fitness tracker last month and announced the device would go on sale starting November 6th. Apple jumped the gun on Nike’s rollout and is now selling the wearable device on its website.Â You can order one for delivery in 1-3 days or reserve a unit for in-store pickup. Some customers report being able to stroll into a retail store and buy one on the spot.
Apple included native support for third-party game controllers in iOS 7, and press images of a number of game controllers have leaked since then, including ones made by Logitech and MOGA.
While most games work quite well with touch, there are some that are more suitable with physical buttons that are available on game controllers.
So we were quite excited when AppleÂ added APIs for MFi (Made for iPod/iPhone/iPad) game controllers.
If you live or work in areas where you risk getting your iPhone wet, OtterBox has announced its new Preserver series waterproof cases for the iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c and iPhone 5. Notably, the iPhone 5s case is constricted such that even with the case on, you can continue to use the Touch ID fingerprint sensor.
When Apple seeded iOS 7 beta to developers in June, we had reported that iOS 7 gives a warning message when you use an unauthorized Lightning cables and accessories.