Socratic is an iOS app that many of us could have used in school, as it not only solves math problems, but just about every other subject as well, complete with detailed explanations. Its artificial intelligence combines cutting-edge computer vision technologies, which read questions from images, with machine learning classifiers built using millions of sample homework questions, to accurately predict which concepts will help you solve your question. Get it here now. Continue reading for another video and more information.
Here's a rare look at an early iPhone prototype based on the iPod's Click Wheel interface, running an OS called "Acorn OS". The name refers to an internal code name that was never meant for public use, but the interface of this prototype could have been intended for public release at some point. FEaturing a split-screen UI with a virtual iPod scroll wheel on the bottom and new "Dial," "SMS," "Music," "Contacts," and "Recents" menu options at the top. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of "The Xbox Puzzle".
The Oaxis InkCase i6 looks like a normal case, but it adds a secondary display on your iPhone. Simply snap it on, and the E-ink display draws power from Bluetooth, mimicking paper, which makes it ultra crisp even in broad daylight. You can either use this display for apps, photos, or even as an E-book reader. One caveat: it can't be used to play games or watch videos. Click here to view the first image in this week's art of trolling gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a 1000° knife melting crayons.
Transcend's 32GB JetDrive Go 500 lets you easily add storage to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod, and it's being offered for only $36.99, today only, originally $48.99. The JetDrive Go 500's extended Lightning connector allows it to have expanded compatibility with oversized protective bumper cases that prevent other flash drives from properly connecting without removing the case. Product page. Continue reading for a video review and more information.
Priced from $3,100 USD, this custom gold-plated Donald Trump iPhone 7 has his portrait, name, and slogan "Make American Great Again" engraved on the back. "Smartphone design is a composition coated with gold and embodied in the form of a volume of engravings depicting the portrait of Trump and the emblem of the United States, as well as the slogan with which Trump won: Make America Great Again (Let's make America great again)," according to a CAVIAR representative. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of Planet Earth II with human voices.
Super Mario Run is basically split into three modes, the first being World Tour, which consists 24 levels - priced at $9.99 - each with increasing difficulty. Unlike previous games, Mario runs from left to right automatically, and by tapping the screen, you can make the character jump, spring off enemies, wall jump or spin in the air as he descends. Finishing World Tour may not be difficult, but similar to Super Mario 64, you'll have to go back to collect the five Challenge Coins. A boss in either an airship level or a castle level appears after every world to keep things interesting. Unfortunately, you'll have to always have a data connection or the game will pause. Continue reading for a hands-on video preview and more information.
Rafael Dymek knew Apple wouldn't be releasing a Smart Mirror anytime soon, so he decided to create his own, based on the company's iOS 10 software. Simply put, this is as close as you'll get to a giant wall-mounted iPhone. "Design includes the time and date in the upper right hand corner and weather in the top left. All apps can be moved around and placed anywhere on the mirror. After 45 seconds of inactivity the mirror goes to sleep (appears as any ordinary mirror), simply tap anywhere to wake back up and resume use. Some useful things you can do with this mirror: Request an Uber, watch Netflix, read the news, control smart thermostat / light bulbs, control Sonos speaker system, and more," said Dymek. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a massive welding robot that can 3D print steel.
In addition to wireless charging, the iPhone 8 is rumored to offer edge-to-edge OLED displays in both 5-inch and 5.8-inch sizes. Of course the next-generation handset will also boast upgraded cameras, a much faster processor and a new version of iOS to take full advantage of all the new hardware. Continue reading for two more pictures and information.
While the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has been permanently discontinued, and its previous owners offered a 50% discount on the Note 8, should they decide to go that route, companies are still looking for ways to cash in, with the latest being UNIQFIND. This smartphone accessory outlet has unveiled its latest product, called "EXPLO-SUNG", which is essentially an iPhone case and decal, modeled after an exploded handset. Continue reading for another picture of the front.
TechRax has been known to destroy a few smartphones over the years, but his latest stunt may trump them all, as it took place at Dubai's Burj Kahlifa, the world's tallest building. "I'm going to go the 148th floor and frickin' drop test the iPhone 7 Plus. Security is 24/7 and I may not find this phone at all," said the vlogger. After the stunt, he tried tracking the device using "Find My iPhone", but apparently, it sustained enough damage to not register at all when pinged. Continue reading for another drop test video, but from a slightly less terrifying 1,000-feet, using a drone.