The iPhone has been the driving force behind smartphone technology for years. The release of the original iPhone in July 2007 introduced us to a world where you could not only use your phone to make calls and send txt messages but also take photos, film videos and browse the internet all at the push […]
The Verge today got its hands on some incredible photos of early prototypes of both the iPhone and iPad. “Juicy” doesn’t even begin to do them justice, for hardcore Apple fanboys like us.
For the first time ever, the Olympics will be streamed to mobile devices in its entirety. Thanks to a pair of just-released iOS apps, you can follow the Olympics on your iPhone or iPad.
Thanks to some savvy programming, gorgeous graphics, and accurate reporting, Weather Snitch 2 sets a new standard for iPhone weather apps.
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.
As expected, Apple fans are excited about the new iOS 6 and the new features and improvements it will bring to compatible iOS devices. The new mobile OS promises to bring improvements to two key areas – accessibility and convenience. If iOS 6 does deliver what it promises, which no doubt it will, then it […]
Whether you’re looking for a job as part of a New Year’s resolution, because you want to earn more money or simply because you can’t stand your boss, job searching in 2012 is going to be tough. Thankfully, those many kind folks over at technology-r-us have come up with a host of excellent iPhone apps […]
The success of Pebble — the customizable e-ink wristwatch that syncs to your iPhone via Bluetooth — is mind-blowing. With a week-and-a-half still to go on its Kickstarter campaign, Pebble might just be on track to break $10 million in pledges. And now, they’ve got their very first partner app.
Did the iPhone really come first, meaning Android ripped Apple off? Or did Android come first? Is it possible that both companies independently arrived at the idea for a touchscreen smartphone around the same time?