I used to wonder why Dad would wear the same Lacoste shirt for a decade or two when he was in a position to buy four new ones, but now I know. He buys high quality and does not look at purchases as disposable like Lena and I do.
Between her cloyingly unfunny sitcom, New Girl, and her ubiquitous iPhone 4 commercials, she's way overfulfilled my daily -- nay, annual or even lifetime -- recommended dosage of Zooey Deschanel quirk.
During my visit to the CES, I came across many vendors that made cases, coverings and batteries to protect and charge everything from the iPhone to the MacBook.
After years of being mostly an Android user, I just switched to the iPhone 4S. The main reason is Siri, Apple's revolutionary new voice-driven personal assistant that makes the iPhone useful, even while driving a car.
My iPhone is my life. It is by my side at all times. I can check my email, update my Facebook, connect to my multiple twitter accounts, order Dominoes Pizza, and play guitar, all on this little hand-held device. But the one app I find myself using the most is called Instagram.
For the second time, Consumer Reports has taken a swipe at the iPhone 4's antenna flaw. In general I'm a fan of Consumer Reports, but that doesn't mean they're right.
There were very few surprises at today's announcement but, unlike the AT&T version, Verizon's iPhone will allow you to create a mobile WiFi hotspot that can support up to five devices.
There are a wide range of ways to stream audio from your iPhone to your car stereo, but they all involve fumbling with a separate unit The new O'car makes your iPhone or iPod Touch an integral part of the stereo.
As more end users begin to adopt smartphones and tablets for personal use -- they quickly begin to see the value that these smart devices can have in their professional lives.
This is an optimum time to be a smart phone consumer/user, for the competition in this field is red hot and the technology is excellent.
A few weeks ago, the big news in the smartphone world was that Apple set the world right by fixing the phone's dysfunctional antenna for free. This week, we're hearing from the other camps.
Fortune online is calling Apple's new commercials for FaceTime "heartbreaking." Spolier warning: nobody gets any bad news. As a matter of fact, in two out of the four spots, the characters in fact receive good news.
Chatroulette is trying to block users who expose themselves to minors. The company says it has captured thousands of IP addresses of alleged offenders, along with logs and screenshots that prove illicit behavior.
With so much hullabaloo around the iPhone 4 "death grip" causing dropped calls, and Apple's recent claims that all phones suffer from this issues, we decided to do some testing on our own.
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Steve Jobs Claims Apple's Problems are Common to Smart Phones (Photo from Apple Video) Before he announced he was giving every iPhone 4 user a free ...