iOS Games Controllers

Posted by Sophie at May 14th, 2013 17:47 Uncategorized

If you're traditionally a console gamer, you probably miss physical buttons when playing games on your iOS device.

But whether you're playing on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch there's always a way you can get your physical controls back.

1. Gametel


Dimensions: 120×67×24mm 
Weight: 80g 
Connectivity: Bluetooth 
Power: Micro-USB (lead not supplied; up to 9 hours)

The Gametel was originally designed for Android. The packaging doesn't mention iOS, and omits the micro-USB lead for charging because the assumption is that you already have one.

Fortunately, the controller is actually...

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How to Stream Music from iPhone Over Bluetooth: 4 Bluetooth Receivers

Posted by Sophie at May 8th, 2013 10:30 Uncategorized

Sending music from your iPhone / iPod to your speaker using Bluetooth is not that hard as long as you have the right tools. These Bluetooth receivers make that possible:


Logitech Wireless Speaker Adapter: streams your audio from any Bluetooth smartphone. It saves you from having to attach your mobile device to your dock. Android is supported too.




CoolStream Bluetooth Receiver: a Bluetooth adapter with the 30 pin connector for your iPhone docking stations. It comes with Bluetooth version 2.0, supporting A2DP for better stereo sound.



Belkin F8Z492TTP Bluetooth Music...

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Apple adds engineers for iOS 7

Posted by Sophie at May 2nd, 2013 09:39 Uncategorized

Jony Ive, now overseeing interface design like SVP of Industrial Design, say Apple has adopted a unified approach to software and hardware design. Ive took charge of Apple's users interface teams last october. However, under his direction, iOS 7's redesign is said to have an interface that focuses on simplicity.

Skeuomorphism, a real-world design concept that was favored by former Apple senior vice president of iOS software Scott Forstall, is found in many of Apple's default iOS apps. For example, apps like Notes and Find My Friends both feature leather design accents and Game Center...

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