We have seen our fair share of battery cases come through the Techaeris doors, and the iBattz Mojo is likely not the last we will see. This combination external battery and protective case from iBattz is looking to be the last external battery case you’ll ever need.
A mother has filed a class action complaint in California against Google over in-app purchases made by her son. The story begins with the mother buying a 99¢ game, Marvel Run Jump Smash, for her son. By buying the game, her Google account was left authenticated for 30-minutes (by design) so that in-app purchases would not require a password. In that 30-minute window, her son bought $65.95 in virtual in-game currency known as crystals.
I’ve used many cases in my time as a blogger and smartphone user. Everything from a simple bumper to a heavy duty waterproof/dustproof case. I’ve even used a decent amount of power cases. But Prescient Audio is making something just a bit different from what I’ve ever used before. The AudioCase is not only a protective case and extra battery. It also houses a premium speaker inside which Prescient Audio is saying will deliver high quality sound. It’s really a neat concept and one we hope can deliver. Check out the video below.
Gaiam (pronounced “guy-um”) is widely known as the go-to source for all things yoga; from bedding to toe-less yoga socks (yes, such a thing does exist). So imagine my complete shock to discover they also have a line of tech accessories available for iOS and Samsung devices.
CNNMoney is reporting that Apple has pulled the plug on updates for OSX 10.6, better known as Snow Leopard. Snow Leopard was released in 2009 and it’s estimated to still be running on 19% of the world’s Apple computers. This really comes as no surprise as Apple has released three versions of OSX since, Lion, Mountain Lion and Mavericks. This really shouldn’t be an issue for most, as long as your Mac is a 2007 model or newer, you can just head over to the App Store and download and install OSX Mavericks for free. Upgrading to Mavericks is quick and painless and highly recommended to keep getting those security updates.
The blog’s are exploding with one short quote that Sundar Pichai has made about Android. Before I get any further, read the quote below.
We cannot guarantee that Android is designed to be safe, the format was designed to give more freedom. When people talk about 90% of malware for Android, they must of course take into account the fact that it is the most popular operating system in the world. If I had a company dedicated to malware, I would also be addressing my attacks on Android …
Security company FireEye is reporting a new keylogging flaw inside iOS7 that would allow an app to record what you’re typing and send that data to the server of its choice. Both Gigaom and Ars Technica are reporting this via FireEye’s blog. This has been a serious past few days for Apple, iOS and OSX. First there was the SSL security flaw found in iOS7 and OSX, read more here. Apple managed to push out a fix very fast for the iOS7 SSL flaw but their OSX platform still remains unpatched. Now FireEye is just compounding the bad news for the company and they’re likely scrambling to get it researched and patched. It is important to note that this flaw only applies to apps that run the monitoring code to use the flaw. Here’s what FireEye had to say.
The boys and girls over at 9to5 Mac have got their mitts on some alleged pics of the iPhone 6. Now take it with a grain of salt and don’t get too over the top with rumors. We really don’t know what the new iPhone will look like or have inside of it. But judging by these pics, the rumored “larger” screen looks to be happing. Also there is an almost edge to edge display, from the looks of it.
When you land on Pelican’s homepage you don’t automatically think mobile phone cases and accessories. That’s because Pelican makes a variety of products, each one of them made to be tough and resilient. So is the case with their Pelican Protector Series CE1150 case for the iPhone 5/5s.