The team at Apple designing the brand new Map app that will be replacing Google Maps in iOS 6 did not quite design the solution from the ground-up, they have partnered with TomTom in order to provide the practically worldwide mapping data as well as other "related information." This comes to light as TomTom has signed a global agreement with Apple, however the company will not elaborate further on specifics.
There are tons of options for users wanting to extend the reach of their iOS device; utilizing their ability to also be a GPS device alongside their primary job of being phones and entertainment systems is just one of the many ways. Among the top contenders on the App Store
Pioneer is true to its name yet again with its newest device, AppRadio. Breaking new ground in car and iPhone integration, not only can a 6.1″ 800×400 capacitive multi-touch display utilize the iPhone’s phone capabilities, but also put optimized apps front-and-center. Plus, there’s a well-fleshed out iPod feature built-in. AppRadio
The location of a stolen car was pinpointed by police with the help of an iPhone. Justice, served by an iPhone. Well, technically by the police, but you can’t count it out. Through the Find My iPhone site, the car’s owner tracked his stolen car, which happened to have the deceiving
In an “honesty is the best policy” sort-of compliance move, Verizon Wireless has plans to include stickers alerting customers of devices that constantly track a user’s location. As has been recently discovered then officially revealed by Apple, the iPhone would be included in the collection of devices since it does
Honestly, no matter how many cool products we saw at MacWorld 2011, there were only a select few that I HAD to have. The Tetrax Xline is one of those products and I was not alone. The booth was jam packed with people viewing demos, money flying and hands grabbing,
Today TeleNav announced that its TeleNav GPS app for the iPhone will only be released for the Verizon iPhone 4. Wait, what? Is this part of some exclusivity deal? Is Apple really going to allow this? Are AT&T and Verizon customers looking at a future of popular apps only being
This year MacWorld seemed smaller than last year but I was told it was bigger, perhaps it was because the new location was more spread out than in the past. San Francisco was amazing! The city has such life, this small town girl from Oklahoma almost didn’t know what to
On Friday, game developer Taito released Bust-a-Move, the company's classic puzzle action game, for the iPhone and iPod touch. Like the original, players must fire and link three identically colored bubbles to clear them from the screen and earn points. Per Macworld, players can use techniques like banking shots off walls and erasing several bubbles at once to win.
In late April, AT&T announced their special Text Accessibility Plan (TAP) for the hearing or vocally disabled for the iPhone. Now AT&T has announced the TAP plan for iPhone 3G users. Like the first plan, the one for the 3G includes unlimited text messages, data, and email access for the same rate as before, but with the addition of unlimited 3G for an extra $10, totaling $50 per month.