Beat Da Beat is a new mobile game developed by Nekki, the same makers of the popular parkour game- Vector. In Beat Da Beat you play as a futuristic space pilot that must rescue his girlfriend from evil space invaders, but with a twist. This isn’t your average space-shooter, it is a dubstep music, rhythm style, bullet hell space shooter.
The California based company had been planning to make a leap at WWDC as recently as mid-May, two sources told the New York Times. The decision to postpone was made after the product wasn’t thought to be ready to be shown publicly. No information regarding an alternative announcement date was offered. Read more
g, similar to the device’s built-in Camera Remote application. Read more
Showtime, a premium cable television service, will offer a standalone video-streaming service over the internet with Apple as its first partner, the company confirmed Wednesday. Read more
Currently, Apple Maps are accessible on the desktop via Mac, on mobile iPhone, iPod touch and iPad devices and through your wrist through Maps for Apple Watch. Read more
Flexibits on Wednesday sent out an important update to the iPhone app, bringing out a newly-added WatchKit extension so you can at last run Fantastical on your wrist. Read more
Since Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2015 the Apple TV would play a central role in Apple’s HomeKit system, dating back to October 2014 when HomeKit support first surfaced in an Apple TV Software beta. Read more
Apple’s upcoming iPhone line—which the press named it the ‘iPhone 6s’ and ‘iPhone 6s Plus’—should feature sharper Retina displays all due to a rumored screen resolution boost, according to the latest report coming out of Chinese blog Feng. Read more
This specific technology simply allows alloys to be solidified and cooled at slow rates and keep an amorphous and non-crystalline state at room temperature.
The patent notes that if cooling doesn’t happen quickly enough, crystals can form that undo the benefits of the amorphous state of the process. Read more
That’s correct, Microsoft-owned Skype on Tuesday issued an update to their free-of-charge iPhone application in the App Store, bringing a handful of enhancements related to chatting on both your handset and the Apple Watch. Read more