With iOS 8, developers are getting access to parts of the iPhone that were, at one point, sacred.
No one in the history of the universe has ever meant to say “ducking.”
Canadian problems, are some good problems to have!
Because looking at your phone doesn’t have to put you to sleep.
Take this simple test and find out.
In the past week, two new smartwatches have been unveiled. But neither are running a phone operating system, and both are being marketed largely around their looks.
“You’re always on your Dan.”
I got twentysomething problems but an app ain’t one.
It’s their fault for leaving their phone unlocked…
That funny amazing tweet you shared? It was THREE years ago today :(
Your commute sucks. There’s an app for that.
Are you smart with your phone?
Time to burn our smartphones. NSFW language.
We dare you to watch on your phone…
BRB, checking my messages.
Because no one uses Google Plus.
It is becoming clear that there is a different psychology among consumer buying habits for tablets than smartphones, namely that they are holding out longer to replace them.
Vic Gundotra announced on — where else — Google+ that he was leaving the search giant after an eight-year run.
Plus the bros of Coachella, what you NEED to know about Mountain Dew’s ingredients, and little kids try to figure out what a Walkman is.
Never lifting my fingers to type again.
Now we know why the company is trying to get rid of its mobile phone maker. Google missed analyst estimates on earnings, but beat on revenue.
Wait, “Obama Trampoline” was a thing?
The startup phase of Nest Labs is coming to an end. It was previously reported that the smart thermostat company was raising money at a $2 billion valuation.
The company posted a massive $4.4 billion loss on revenue of just over $1 billion today. The loss also included yet another write-down on unsold BlackBerry 10 smartphones, this time for $1.6 billion.
Wait, you sold WHAT at a garage sale?
ANDROID 4 LIFE. *demonstrated using the Galaxy S3*
Apple released a whole slew of new, highly-polished laptops and tablets. But once again, the changes were iterative, not innovative — and, like with the iPhone, more competition is starting to emerge.