Great news for comic-book fans: Now you can get unlimited comics on your iDevice. Marvel Unlimited, previously a Web-only service, just debuted for iOS. (It’s coming soon for Android.) Less-great news: The app needs work.
Apple is reportedly prepping the iPhone 5S for a summer release, mostly likely August, “sources familiar with the plans” told blog site iMore. The next iPhone would sport the same design as its predecessor but with a beefier processor and better camera.
Driving and smartphones don’t mix well. While you can get a lot done using voice commands with Siri on your iPhone, you still have to activate her. If you’re driving, that can take valuable seconds away from paying attention to the road. The AirDock Kickstarter project is looking to make Siri air-activated rather than fingertip-activated.
BiteMyApple.co is home to 30 slick Kickstarter-born products for iDevices, all of which are now available for sale. If you sometimes feel like you might be missing out on the good stuff, or perhaps you just don’t have time to troll Kickstarters listings in search of iDevice-related items, there’s a site you may want to visit: BiteMyApple.co.
Seesaw, the decision making service, has an updated iPhone app that features several new tools to help discover decisions people are mulling over. Perhaps the two that are the most notable include an enhanced Explore view giving you featured users and timelines, and a search tool that lets you look …
Looking for a refurbished MacBook Air with at least 4GB of RAM? RefurbMe makes it easy to find and track them.
The site lists Mac desktops and laptops, monitors, iPods, iPads, iPhones, and even the Apple TV. You can filter the listings by category or just scroll through a master list.