Ever wonder who the first person in the world was to purchase an iPhone? What about the next 4 generations of iPhones? For the iPhone’s 5th birthday, we tracked down the very first person to buy each model of iPhone, and all 5 of them have a unique story.
Looking for an alternative to Safari for iPhone or iPad? (Aren’t we all?) Google may have answered your prayers, because they’ve just brought Chrome to iOS.
The 5th Avenue “cube.” The cylindrical glass tower in Shanghai. The subterranean store at the Louvre. Apple’s iconic stores are like no other retail spaces in the world, and they were all designed by the same architect.
To support Pixar’s latest box office hit, Disney Publishing has released a pair of book apps that allow younger viewers to relive the story of Brave. Here’s my take on them both.
Apple says there are 200 new features in iOS 6. Here’s an exhaustive list, grouped by category, of every one we know about so far.
When it comes to web browsers, the public has three primary choices: Internet Explorer (blech), Mozilla’s Firefox, and Google Chrome. With the exploding popularity of the iPad, why have none of them come to the world’s greatest tablet? Finally, that’s about to change.
If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, Apple should be feeling mighty proud tonight. Because Microsoft just unveiled its own touchscreen “Surface” tablet computer, and everything about the device and the media event where it was announced took its cues straight from Apple and the iPad.
ICANN has received umpteen zillion applications for new top-level domains, so that the web can have more than just .com, .net, and .org (and about 20 others) to work with. The applications filed by Apple and its chief competitors may surprise you.
What if the iPad was a real musical instrument? Composer Ned McGowan believes that it is, and he wrote a classical concerto to prove it. It was performed a few weeks ago by the Sinfonia Rotterdam, and after you watch this video of it, you’ll be a believer, too.