Posts Tagged ‘ios’
Posted by Hallie Lickteig

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Released just under four weeks ago, Twitter’s Vine app is now the quickest growing social media apps on iOS and Android devices, allowing users to easily create and post six second video clips with the simple touch of a finger.

Fashion makers have long been on the forefront of new technologies as the early adapters and often trendsetters for popular apps and social media. Brands like Target and H&M were among the first companies in 2007 to use Facebook groups and later pages to reach out to their loyal fashion followings, and Twitter and Tumblr have become a mainstay for the fashion elite to blog, post, tweet, what have you, a throng of mid-America style addicts.

 
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Posted by Hallie Lickteig

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Created by Layar founder and ex-CEO Raimo Van der Klein, Vinson TV has launched a new service aimed at disrupting the mobile TV industry and making it easier than ever before to bring a quality broadcast experience to devices.

Vinson promises to be the best end-to-end high-performance mobile TV solution, but if its interface is any indication, Vinson may just deliver on its promise with flying colors. The TV app works through a touch-optimized interface that’s packed with features.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

Gift suggestion takes the guesswork out of finding the perfect present. The Gift Professor algorithms and social psychology reinvents our approach to standard shopping.

A gift that’s as easy as a gift card but much more personal and unique. Sounds too good to be true?  If an app or website could promise you that, you’d make short work of that gift-buying list. GiftProfessor.com, a web- and app-based shopping tool, can help you experience Zen-like shopping satisfaction. OK, maybe not quite Zen-like, but it sure feels good to have a couple more people on your list checked off –all in one online stop!

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

eBay introduced a new interface that lets you order products with same-day delivery. Called eBay Now, this new interface (which comes in the form of an iOS app), is currently in its exclusive beta, open only for San Francisco residents. San Francisco residents can pay a delivery fee of $5 on products from local stores to get a product delivered the same day. The deliveries are then sent within one hour.

 
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Posted by Jesse Braunstein

The DeLorean goes electric!

That’s right; the unforgettable time traveling car from the Back to The Future movies is getting made into a consumer electric car.

 
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Posted by Jesse Braunstein

“After iPhone 5, Apple May Merge OS X and iOS.”

At SheBytes, we don’t hide our Apple fixation.

Renee recently did a post on the differences between “Mac users VS PC People” and we have even dedicated a whole series; “Tips and Tricks for iPad 2 & iPhone 4”, in Apple’s honor!

Because of this, I’m particularly excited about an International Business Times (IBS), post, titled; “After iPhone 5, Apple May Merge OS X and iOS”.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

Want to forget a wifi network?  You can!  If you accidentally connected to a wifi network once, your device remembers it for life—right?  Wrong!  There’s a way to prevent that annoying wifi pop-up.  Go to Settings > Wi-Fi.  Find the network under the ‘Choose a Network’ heading. Select the blue arrow next to the network you’d like to remove and tap the button on the top that says ‘Forget this Network’.  And it’s gone!

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

Change your e-mail signature, here is a how to for your iPad 2 and iPhone 4!  Don’t be one of those people who leave the default ‘Sent from my iPad’ signature on all their messages.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

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Alasdair Allan and Pete Warden, a pair of security researchers, yesterday announced their discovery that the iPhone and 3G iPad are continuously storing a history of your location, along with a timestamp, in a file on the device.  What makes this issue worse is that the file is unencrypted (unprotected) and it will backup to any machine you’ve synched with your iOS device. 

 
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