We’ll bet Google doesn’t like this search result: it’s being sued by disgruntled iPhone users in the United Kingdom. This, after it emerged that the search engine giant allegedly illegally tracked users’ Safari habits in both the United States and the U.K.
Google has done the almost-inconceivable: released Chrome web browser for iOS onto the App Store. Originally announced at Google's I/O conference Thursday, through Google's innate desire to dominate the computing landscape comes the mobile version of the company's PC/Mac Internet browsing solution popularly acclaimed for its minimalistic features and speed. Bringing over the simplistic interface Chrome fans have grown to love or hate, the app feels familiar to its desktop counterpart with the addition of a slick new card-based tab browsing interface for iPhone/iPod touch (along with a more customary option of tapping tabs or swiping on the iPad).
Up until now, blogging on the go wasn't too user-friendly using the popular platform, Wordpress. The lackluster app, the horrible mobile solution to navigating around WP-admin, and the inability to efficiently upload a picture all coalesced to make the whole blogging experience a terrible, non-ideal one. Thankfully, if you're into blogging while on the go, you'll be pleasantly excited to learn that you'll soon be able to upload media to Wordpress from your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad kudos to Apple's upcoming iOS 6 firmware upgrade.
A 9to5mac reader noticed a new feature on their device’s safari which just could save you some time and keep you from cursing every time you navigate to an unwanted webpage. Google relatively recently added a new feature to their engine that allows you to preview pages that pop up
Aurora Feint is an RPG puzzle game in which players arrange blocks in sets of three in order to break them (called 'mining'). The game is set in a young girl's imaginary world, created in order to escape normal life.