This year is The Body Shop's 35th anniversary and the cosmetic company will be launching their iButterfly Asia iPhone application in Singapore tomorrow. The iButterfly Asia iPhone app is designed to engage and reach out to potential customers with electronic discount coupons, product giveaways and useful content.
With the iPhone 5 launch date drawing closer, it is inevitable to see more news (and rumors) about the upcoming fifth generation iPhone. Mark Moskowitz, an analyst from JP Morgan, said that Apple will be launching two new iPhones, with one of them being a higher-end version that will support GSM and CDMA.
Developing an iPhone app that criticized how Apple does business, it is no wonder such app would get the ban. Phone Story, is the latest victim to be on Apple's ban list as it criticizes the company in the form of four games with regards to human rights violation, gadget consumerism and creating e-waste.
The Angry Birds Seasons has been rather quiet with no new update until few days ago. Well, there are only so many festivities in a year and we would assume that there won't be any more to add to the game. The good folks at Rovio has announced the new "Mooncake Festival" stages for Angry Birds fans.
With the launch of the highly anticipated Apple iPhone 5 drawing closer each day, it looks like there a new batch of iPhone cases have been spotted even before the phone is available. From the looks of the cases, it hints at the iPhone 5 may be adopting a Macbook Air-like "Tear drop" design.
This morning, Parallels announced their new Desktop 7 for Mac which claim to provide Mac OS X Lion user experience even on Windows platform which is running on Mac machines. The upgrade is available today for current Parallels Desktop users (you can purchase at Nubox booth at the COMEX Show 2011), while the retail package and
What processors do Apple's Mac computers run on? Which specific gesture activates a certain feature in OS X? If you know the answers to such questions, perhaps the time has come for you to walk the talk and show off your in-depth knowledge about Apple's line of consumer electronics devices in exchange for prizes. This
Are you a heavy user of the SMS feature on your mobile phone? If so, Facebook's recent announcement might be just the thing you need to keep those fingers of yours even busier while on the move. Apparently, the world's most popular online social networking service has just unveiled its new Messenger standalone app which
Looks like the next generation iPhone is surely arriving, with many rumors about the phone brewing almost every week. Well, this time, it seems that China Mobile has "confirmed" the new iPhone is going to be 4G-capable. Now, the question is, will the new phone be an entirely new iPhone 5, or an improved iPhone 4 (such as
With rumors of the upcoming iPhone 5 launching in September or October, it is interesting to know that there are many consumers who are waiting for the Apple smartphone. According to analyst from Piper Jaffray, it looks like 74% of Verizon users whom were polled, are waiting for the iPhone 5.
If you enjoy cooking and owns an Apple iPad, you must get this app for your tablet. Telco operator StarHub has recently introduced FooD.I.Y, iPad application with an easily accessible library of recipes from international chefs featured on StarHub's food channels and well-known local culinary school.
Wouldn't it be nice if there was an app which allows your car to send alerts directly to your smartphone as soon as some up-to-no-good carjackers attempt to get a little too close to your precious automobile for comfort while you are busy working in an office cubicle some 100 meters away? Well, the good
Can't wait to get your hands on an "iPhone 5"? Well, fret not: once again, the enterprising OEMs over at China have somehow managed to start rollling out what appears to be a certain unreleased smartphone for sale in its domestic market at what appears to be extremely competitive prices way before any official notice from
Looks like the rumour mill has been set to run on overdrive mode today, especially now that most people are of the idea that Apple is planning to unveil the elusive successor to the iPhone 4 some time in the early parts of October this year. And apparently, it seems that interest in the Cupertino's upcoming
Apple is only due to activate iCloud with the launch of iOS 5, but it seems that the Cupertino giant is already hard at work in ensuring that all of its products, including the recently-released OS X Lion operating system, are ready to take advantage of the new cloud service right from the get go. And the good
Everybody makes mistakes from time to time, and it seems that even a huge company such as Apple is no exception to the rule as well. Apparently, in what has got to be a very rare slip-up from the Cuptertino giant, Apple has somehow managed to publish the buggy and unstable test version of the Google+ social
Nikon Asia has announced the availability of their my Picturetown iPhone App for users in Singapore, Hong Kong and Australia. You can download the app to your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad and create your album, view your photos and even upload or take a photo.
Apple had released its latest iOS 4.3.4 which is available for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad devices.
Everyone is eagerly waiting to see when the upcoming Apple iPhone 5 will be launched, with rumors suggesting the launch to be in September. And from recent news sources, it seems that the long-awaited phone could be scheduled for a launch before 4 October. Read on.
Apple has yet to officially open its iCloud service for public use, but it seems that the Cupertino giant is already going to have to deal with competition from the likes of Amazon in winning the hearts of consumers over to its side, especially where music streaming and storage services are concerned. Apparently, Amazon has