iPhones have secrets too.
iPhones have secrets too.
Twitter is expected to release its S-1 filing this week. Not all will be revealed, but there’s a lot to dig through.
A survey commissioned by the dating websites ChristianMingle and JDate finds that our phones are making dating easier (kind of) and more stressful all at once. We’re all in this together.
You know this is why cell phones are so germy, right? A semi-scientific study.
Cook opened the door to the possibility of third-party developers getting their hands on the iPhone’s features. This is a pretty big shift in the company’s typical tenor.
Newt Gingrich doesn’t know what a smartphone is and he made a video to talk about it. Below is an moment by moment breakdown.
The launch event for the Samsung Galaxy S IV saw women celebrating the phone’s capacity to track their weight, shopping, and wedding planning. Here’s what other phone companies think their female customers might use those cute pink box things for.
The “technology” from these vintage style pin-up photos is now all in your smartphone. (via phlearn.com)
In 2009, the iPhone 3GS advertised an “oleophobic” screen to stop smudging. This is the next step.
The world’s largest smartphone manufacturer has something Apple doesn’t.
Snapchat shares photos that self-destruct. It says it’s not about sexting, even though that’s how it’s used by some teens. But you definitely shouldn’t use it for sexting.
The Droid DNA is the pinnacle of phones. So far. This is what your next phone will look like, give or take.
Sure, it can’t show video, or scroll that well. But as a long-lasting alternative to a dumbphone, it sort of makes sense!
It’s confusing. It’s unnecessary. It’s bad.
Not even dad rock can save RIM. (via Gizmodo)
With a long, jargon-filled whimper.
This momentous event has come to pass more than a month ahead of schedule. Phone Dick Doomsday has arrived.
A new part of the opening ceremony for 2012, countries from all over the world headed to London to display their favorite gadgets, take self-portraits, update twitter, and instagram pictures of Kobe Bryant. All in fancy patriotic costumes! H/T to Mat Honan for the idea.
As computer screens go super-high res, users are finding that their “good enough” cellphone pictures actually look kind of terrible. Long live the actual camera! Well, at least for a little while.
The first iPhone came out five years ago today. That’s a pretty long time, it turns out.
Cell phones are increasingly ubiquitous among the very religious, from Hasidic Jewish communities to Amish groups. Some leaders are cracking down, especially on women’s usage.
It’s time for a unified communications app. Everyone’s close, but nobody’s done it yet. Here’s how smartphones should — and will — work.
Best Buy needs us to to believe we have too many good choices when it comes to phones, and that we’re too stupid to make them. We don’t and we aren’t.
Just download your apps and be happy, ok?
Uniting factor: They all have enough money for a smartphone. View Image ›
The media really, really, really loves to write about Apple and the iPhone these days. It reminds me of Google in 2004, when the media fell in love with the concept of search.
With the eyes of the technology world squarely on Apple’s iPhone 4, Google quietly announced it will stop selling the Nexus One, its first and possibly only foray into the smartphone world.
Android is suddenly looking tempting. View Image ›