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Wednesday, September 17, 2014

New third party keyboard arrive on iOS 8

Apple is bringing several enhancements to their mobile platform with the release of iOS 8.0, and some of those enhancements are in the keyboard department. Not only with iOS 8 feature a new QuickType keyboard, but it will also make it  will also offer a developers to bring third-party keyboards to the platform for the first time.

[iOS app] Minuum - keyboard for iOS 8

Minuum for iOSMinuum is a third party keyboard for iOS 8 and is known as the little keyboard for big fingers. It promises to let you type faster, see more of your screen and take control of autocorrect. Minuum can be switched from the regular QWERTY keyboard to a smaller mini mode, so users can see more of their iOS screens.

You can download the app directly on your device through the Apple App Store or by using the following link:

[iOS app] Swype - keyboard for iOS 8

Swype for iOS
After making a name for itself on Android, the popular Swype keyboard is now available as a third party keyboard for iOS 8.  Swype promises to make it faster and easier to type words by letting you quickly swipe your fingers through the keys. Swype will even learn the way you type so it gets smarter as you use it.

You can download the app directly on your iOS device through the Apple App Store or by using the following link:

Apple iOS 8.0 now available for download

Apple has finally released iOS 8.0 and it is available for download on all compatible devices. You can download the update over the air (OTA) on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Alternatively you can manually download and install the update files on your device through iTunes.

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Panasonic DMC-CM1 announced with flagship camera

Panasonic DMC-CM1

The Panasonic DMC-CM1 has been unveiled by the company as a camera centric Android powered device. In fact the device is extremely capable in the camera department as it is packing the largest sensor found on a smartphone.

Google Play Store with Material Design leaked

Google Play with Material Design

The Android L Release will soon made available to customers, and Google is hard at work updating their own apps and services to match the new Material Design language that will be part of the new update. We have already seen Google Hangouts updated with the new UI, and Google Chrome has also seen signs of the Material Design. Now a leaked version of the Google Play Store also shows the changes coming in the near future.

Monday, September 15, 2014

Microsoft schedules event on September 30, likely Windows 9 unveiling


Microsoft has sent out invitations for an event which will take place in San Francisco on September 30th. The invite reads "Join us to hear what's next for Windows and the enterprise." During the event, Microsoft is expected to unveil the next major version of Windows, and release a "Technical Preview" to those who want to test it.

Verizon prepares for VoLTE (Advanced Calling 1.0) rollout

Verizon is finally ready to upgrade its wireless network to handle voice over LTE (VoLTE) along with HD voice and video calling. Verizon is calling this feature advanced Advanced Calling 1.0 and announced that this feature will be made available for select devices on its network.

Apple Mac OS X (10.10) Yosemite Developer Preview 8 and Public Beta 3 released

Apple Mac OS X (10.10) YosemiteApple has released the eighth Developer Preview alongside the third Public Beta of Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite. The Developer Preview is only available to those registered for Apple's Mac Developer Program, while the Public Beta is available for free to anyone who wants to try out  and help test the pre-release of Yosemite.

How to turn your Android Wear device into an Apple Watch

How to turn your Android Wear device into an Apple Watch

The Apple Watch was recently announced with an interesting hive style user interface. Unfortunately anyone who is willing to purchase one will have to wait until sometime next year for Apple to release their smartwatch. Fortunately the world of Android doesn't quite understand the meaning of the word wait and some enterprising developers have brought an Apple style UI to Android Wear.

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