Author Archives: Nate Swanner


Google: Android Devs must respond to customers

Google: Android Devs must respond to customers

If you’ve ever reached out to a Developer of an app and been ignored, you’ll like this update to the Play Store. Now, those Devs who have paid users reaching out to them must respond within three days of receipt of the email. Google is also making it easier for Developers to reach out across the pond and sell their wares in Europe.

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Apple’s response to bent iPhones: only 9 so far

Apple’s response to bent iPhones: only 9 so far

When this whole #bentgate thing popped up, it was potentially alarming. Would the phone just magically bend under normal use? Would it turn into an aluminum churro over time? It turns out the issue may be relatively moot, as Apple says less than ten people have reached out about bent phones so far.

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iPhone 6 and #bendgate — the funniest reactions so far

iPhone 6 and #bendgate — the funniest reactions so far

All this talk of bent iPhones has brought on a myriad of reactions. What started as confused anger has morphed into humor. Your phone bent, and even if it’s so slight you don’t notice it in regular use — it’s there. We searched for some of the more lighthearted reactions from around the web, and found some really cool stuff.

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In-app browsers for iOS may be sniping your data

In-app browsers for iOS may be sniping your data

The hits keep coming for iOS today, don’t they? A new report suggest in-app browsers for iOS can log you keystrokes, right down to your username and/or password. Via a video, which you can see below, Developer Craig Hockenberry shows just how vulnerable you are outside of Chrome or Safari.

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Beastgrip review: mobile photography gets serious

Beastgrip review: mobile photography gets serious

There has been a lot of chatter about mobile photography lately, with more than one clip-on lens maker attempting to stake claim to your phone. At the end of the day, what you get is a slightly upgraded picture, but probably one that is more novelty than actually good. Can mobile photography be great, though? The answer is yes, if you have a Beastgrip.

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