In true stealth mode, Apple’s ‘hobby’ device – the Apple TV set-top box sold close to 10 million units in 2013, raking in sales revenue of more than US$1 billion. Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed at Apple’s annual stockholders meeting in Cupertino today that this is roughly double the 5 million units it sold in 2012.
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It’s sad but 21% of the global Android user base still run old Gingerbread (so does my trusty old Nexus One). Yes, in 2014. The good news is that BlackBerry has chosen not to alienate these Android users and has specially released BBM for Android Gingerbread.
So, the meteoric rise of a certain bird comes to an abrupt end. Flappy Bird, the top iOS game also available for Android, now ceases to exist on either app stores. The highly popular game has been pulled by its creator Don Nguyen. This will most certainly mean that the Windows Phone version scheduled to be released this week will […]
Post Angry Birds, another game is flapping the world by storm. Flappy Bird, in all its 8-bit pixelated glory is set to invade your living room, bedroom, office and ultimately your life. You’ve been forewarned.
If you haven’t heard of ROCKI, perhaps it’s time you do. ROCKI is a simple little Wi-Fi-enabled device that lets you connect to any powered speaker or audio system wirelessly, and controlled with the ROCKI app on any smartphone or tablet. The nifty device has received pledges of over US$165,000 from over 1,850 backers on Kickstarter, exceeding its US$50,000 goal.
In this day and age, for many of us, booking flights and holidays on our mobile devices is almost second nature. In fact, a study from Hotelmarketing.com has revealed that one in four online travel bookings made in the Asia Pacific region, come from a mobile device. No surprises there, really. To further meet the demands of mobile users, Asia’s […]
Are you ready to grab Mjölnir and restore order to the Nine Worlds? You better be. Gameloft has released Thor: The Dark World – The Official Game for iOS, and coming soon to Google Play.
Hack-In-The-Box‘s 11th Annual HITB Security Conference 2013 kicks off today and part of its list of interesting events is the HackWEEKDAY 24-hour hackathon supported by the likes of Microsoft, Mozilla and Facebook. Proudly local startup MyTeksi is supporting homegrown innovation by providing rebated taxi rides to the conference.