The reason I want to smash my phone is that its magical utility has made me the flight attendant of my own life, instead of the passenger.
Instead of his usual plugged-in state, he spent much of the vacation reading books, playing silly games with his siblings and, wait for it... actually talking to us at dinner.
At the moment, Google is hard at work to make our lives easier, more connected and rather enjoyable. This has always been a company with a proclivity towards the human touch to keep its customers smiling.
In case you're thinking, "I'm in high school, I could never do that," what if I told you that you were wrong, and that you can build an app?
Go plant your magazine! That's right. Belgian magazine Humo embedded flower seeds in one of its editions, telling readers to simply bury the page in ...
In this competitive marketplace, an app needs to jump off the screen and capture the user's attention. Retailers that are not incorporated into broader shopping apps are like sailors without a ship.
you're upset that you're not receiving a text in return to the one you sent and you wind up sitting there for a long time wondering if the person you were texting with forgot you. They did.
My daughters are deep in the throes of charger recall, exhibiting all the symptoms: the frantic fumbling through clothes piles, the moving of furniture that hides an outlet where the precious charging device may have been left, and the glassy stares that result upon realizing their iPhones are dead. The begging inevitably begins.
OK I fell for it. The Minneapolis based Pioneer Post ran a story saying that from now on, all their photographers would use iPhones instea...
Here's the thing: "2048" isn't just a clone. It's a clone of another clone, "1024," which has gone relatively unnoticed in all of this. That's three games, without counting the clones that "2048" has inevitably spawned.
We all sometimes wonder about a world that might have been. Here are some bogus headlines to help us along in that fruitless endeavor.
How Consumers Buy and Use iPads Affects Its Long-Term Prospects In his keynote presentation introducing the first iPad in 2010, Steve Jobs alluded to...
I, like you, dear reader, feel weird in many social interactions. When I feel awkward, my iPhone is always there for me. I can read my email while sta...
I know half of you are thinking, "OMG how else would I express my feelings without emojis!?" But if I had to describe what love would look like without smartphones I could narrow it down to one word, real.
When I'm checking my phone or emailing on my computer, I know I'm not at my best as a mom. I kind of hear the kids' voices clamoring for my attention as I focus on the task at hand (or at fingertip), but not really. I know I tell them to "hold on," and I don't always say it so nicely.
Luckily, a growing number of apps, mobile devices, online services and cloud computing tools make it easier to get work done virtually anytime, anywhere.