Mynd Calendar Premium: This App Knows Your Schedule Better Than You Do

Mynd's smart calendar app for iOS just got a hefty new update today. The free version adds some smart features like integration with your Contact list and LinkedIn, but it's the paid Premium upgrade that gets a major boost: it acts like a digital assistant, learning how you spend your day to predict what your future… » 7/08/14 9:30am Tuesday 9:30am

iOS 8 Will Make Drawing on Your Devices Way More Intuitive

Perfecting your artistic technique using a stylus is about to get a whole lot more refined. With the introduction of iOS 8, your screen will be sensitive to the relative width of whatever's running across its surface. That's great news for folks who prefer Paper and other drawing apps to, well, paper. » 6/17/14 2:00pm 6/17/14 2:00pm

A Carabiner Charging Cable Is Always Where You Last Clipped It

There's a new weapon in the war on lost—or escaped—charging cables. Nomad Goods, who've already come up with a clever way to keep a charging cable on you at all times, has just revealed its new NomadClip which is, in a way, like a handcuff preventing your Lightning or microUSB charging cable from going missing. » 6/16/14 1:20pm 6/16/14 1:20pm

7 Siri Tricks You Might Not Know About

Apple's voice-activated assistant is now a well-known personality in his/her own right, but unless you've taken the time to dig into all the features that Siri offers you might not realize just now capable it is (particularly since the arrival of iOS 7). Here are seven ways to get Siri working harder for you. » 6/12/14 11:00am 6/12/14 11:00am

An iPad-Controlled Drum Machine That Plays Whatever You've Got

If you've ever realized how much potential a box of dry pasta has as a shakeable instrument, you'll immediately understand why Lorenzo Bravi's Hit the Beat drum machine is so wonderful. Because whatever you've got on hand, from dry beans to bottle camps, suddenly becomes a real-life drum sample. » 5/30/14 2:40pm 5/30/14 2:40pm

Life-Saving App Knows How Much Blood You Lost Just Looking At a Sponge

During a surgery, doctors and surgeons use a measurement called EBL—or estimated blood loss—to determine how much blood a patient has lost, and how much needs to be returned via a transfusion. Unfortunately it's really just an educated guess, until Gauss Surgical's new Triton Fluid Management System makes its way into… » 5/27/14 9:20am 5/27/14 9:20am

Osmo Uses Your iPad to Get Your Kids Playing in the Real World

A lot of kids love iPads, to the point where they're almost never just, y'know, playing with kids stuff. Osmo is a nifty little gadget that does both, encouraging kids to play with tangible, real-world toys that magically interact with games on the iPad's screen. And you can pre-order one through Osmo's crowdfunding… » 5/22/14 11:00am 5/22/14 11:00am

Siri Exploit Lets Anyone Skip the Lockscreen to Text or Call Contacts

The iPhone lockscreen has never been completely secure. Past exploits allowed random people to access your photos or to make calls with a few choreographed swipes. The latest, however, can grant access to your full contact list through Siri and let a stranger call, text, or email anyone they want from your number. » 5/06/14 12:05pm 5/06/14 12:05pm

Boosted iPhone Battery Life, Retina iPad Minis, Cheap Storage

Been complaining about your iPhone's battery life? Today's the day to do something about it. Get the uNu DX iPhone 5/5S MFi Battery Case for 50 bucks. It comes in multiple colors, greatly improves battery life while staying slim, and has a stack of great reviews to its name. [Groupon] » 5/05/14 1:45pm 5/05/14 1:45pm