I had objected to the iPhone on the basis of the fact that it's dangerously addictive and threatens to obviate all need for human interaction. As it turned out, I was pretty much right.
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Blazing. Lightning fast. Turbo charged.
Those are some of the ways Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint are describing 4G, as they push hard for sma...
The local emergency manager now has the power of a never ending flow of information at their fingertips that can be quickly siphoned and divided into necessary parts.
NEW YORK -- AT&T Inc. said Monday that if its deal to buy T-Mobile USA goes through, T-Mobile subscribers with "3G" phones will need to replace those ...
CES 2011: I'm the first to admit that I fall victim to shiny objects at trade shows, and I regularly call every new tablet an iPad Killer. But now, really, I've found it.
Consumer Reports announced that it cannot recommend the iPhone 4 due to antenna issues. They say that it's a hardware bug, and they don't believe that it is as easily fixable as Apples says it is.
July 12, 2010 - Today's most interesting stories in technology, media and entertainment:
Fring 3G iPhone Video Chat: A recent update to the Fring app...
It would appear that there is a growing trend in the mobility space. Handset manufacturers are making smart phones socially savvy. I have seen this tr...
While current 3G networks are fine for using a smartphone for e-mail, texting and limited Web access, they are not generally adequate for serious use of a computer or iPad-like device.
How much info is too much info? According to Consumer Reports, 52% of American adults are sharing too much private information online.
In the wake of Steve Jobs's anti-Flash rant, a new voice has emerged in support of HTML5. Microsoft said that IE9 will play both HTML5 and Flash videos.
President Obama decided to help you get a handle on your digital life. The government will auction off more wireless spectrum to be used for fixed and mobile broadband connections. What?
Unless I find out how to safely archive the treasure trove of bubble-sized missives that ping on arrival, I will remain resolute, the dinosaur clutching tightly to my 2G iPhone.
Gilder's law effectively states that the capacity of a pipe to carry data increases by some 300% every year. So why is data still so expensive?
The HTC Evo 4G went on sale Friday at Sprint.com, Sprint retail stores, RadioShack, Best Buy and Walmart. Hailed as a potential iPhone killer, the Evo...
The iPad demonstrates that, for many iDevice users, Apple has successfully "taught" them what they do and don't need. Bravo Apple...well played.
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UPDATE 12:51PM ET 3/26/2010: CSMonitor reports that the Line2 app was pulled from the app store by its creator after i...
Just after Google admitted to gathering data from unsecured wireless networks, the German government is working to make it illegal to have a non-secure wireless network in your home.
The iPad may, or may not be, just 20-odd days away from store shelves, but there's still room for rumors to swirl. The latest ones are actually fascin...
Apple's new iPad is all the rage today, but will it be tomorrow? The iPad will be available in a variety of forms, including 16GB, 32Gb and 64GB, a...
It's a brave new car, with digital screens on the dashboard and around the speedometer, plus LCD mood lighting and twitter integration. At CES in Las Vegas, Ford introduced its updated SYNC interface, called MyFord Touch.
Who needs Intel, Microsoft or even AMD? Not Lenovo, who is hitching its star to Linux and Qualcomm's new Snapdragon line of processors.
There's no doubt that the current smartphone revolution will do for mobile productivity what the PC revolution did for office productivity in the 1990s.
ow competitive is the smartphone market becoming? Following last week's launch of the Palm (NSDQ: PALM) Pre and the iPhone 3GS comes the roll out of S...
Is the Apple 3G phone fatally flawed?
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