The looming launcho of a new iPhone may give the appearance of old times in tech. There's nothing like an upgrade frenzy with long lines. But nothing could be further from the truth.
Can a Hero fly to Sprint's rescue in the battle for smartphone supremacy? If nothing else, Thursday's announcement that a second carrier will soon offer a phone using the Android operating system could be another blow for truth, justice and the American way of providing more gadgets for tech-hungry consumers. Beginning Oct.
Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: MobilityApple is about to blow everyone’s heads off with the world’s thinnest iPhone yet, featuring snazzy in-cell technology with touch-tech integrated into the LCD, delivering the best iPhone 5 on-screen imagery ever.
Saturday Night Live’s latest parody sketch gives life to that oft-quted phrase ‘first world problems’. (Here’s an alternative link if the one above doesn’t work). In a biting take-down of some of the legitimate, but sometimes whiny niggles us tech press have with the new iPhone 5, the show assembled a mock Tech TV show called Tech Talk.
good morning all as the title states I am a convert from an iPhone 4 to a samsung note 3. I am retired and very old school in thought as I read most tech savy folks discuss rooting and jailbreaking in my world rooting means something planted in ground has rooted itself. and jailbreaking huh that was someone whom broke out of jail!!
Apple is cashing in big on three-year old tech, according to its earnings results last night. As the Wall Street Journal points out, it’s seeing the iPhone 4 leading to big growth in markets like India, and buttressing Apple’s fortunes against low-cost devices based on competing mobile platforms like Android.
The iPhone 5s is doing pretty well in terms of sales numbers, and has just passed 10 percent usage rate among iPhone models according to mobile analytics firm Mixpanel. That’s a significant milestone, because it means that users are adopting the iPhone 5s at between two and three times the rate they got on board with the iPhone 5.
As a child reading Nintendo Power (R.I.P) I always had thoughts of journalism. Now I have more of a interest in tech other than video games. I really want to give this a try. I would love to write about android and other tech maybe even back to video games . My only issue is I don't know where to start or what a lot of people want in written reviews and editorials.
Rising income inequality is quickly becoming the most prevalent issue of our century, "the defining challenge of our time," according to President Obama. No where is this more acute than in San Francisco, where rents growing at 3 times the national average are squeezing out the lower and middle classes in favor of tech workers who can pay astronomical housing prices. Read More