Pebble has announced the Pebble Time Steel, a steel version of its upcoming Pebble Time smartwatch, along with opening up an accessory port called “smartstrap.”
A report from Saturday indicates that while Apple’s next-generation iPhones may adopt features from other Apple products, such as the Apple Watch’s dynamic Force Touch input system, it won’t include a much-rumored dual-lens camera.
Central City Police Department crime scene investigator Barry Allen, AKA The Flash speeds to the screen of your iPhone 6 Plus!
Apple was recently awarded a patent that could make it even tougher for iPhone or iPad thieves to make a clean getaway.
Swedish networking company Ericsson says they’re suing Apple, following the breakdown of negotiations for a licensing deal for its patented LTE technologies. The Wall Street Journal says Ericsson is suing Apple for infringing 41 wireless-related patents.
Unsurprisingly, it’s still a two platform world in the smartphone arena, as Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android platforms combined to power 96.3% of all smartphones shipped in 2014.
Looking to do to shipping what Uber did to taxi service, startup delivery firm Roadie hopes to use a smartphone app and free waffles to entice travelers to take along a package with them to deliver along the way.
Apple and Samsung are rumored to have made a deal that would see Samsung supplying at least half of the dynamic random access memory (DRAM) used in the A9 processor for Apple’s next-generation iPhone.
Pebble is expected to debut a new thinner smartwatch this week, sporting a color display. We got a peek at the watch, thanks to a photo hosted on Pebble’s own servers.
History for iOS is the perfect pocket resource for anyone who wants to learn all about the past and current versions of Apple’s iOS operating system.
Never again will you be without a charge for your iPhone with the TravelCard Wallet-Sized Charger. The TravelCard has a built-in Lightning cable, and can easily fit into a wallet.
iOS developer Snowman has released the highly-anticipated game, Alto’s Adventure for the iPhone and iPad. The beautifully rendered endless runner game is available for a mere $1.99, and get this, no in-app purchases!
Southwest Airlines has updated its iPhone app to now support Apple’s Passbook, allowing passengers to quickly display their boarding passes from the lock screen of their iOS devices.
It seems Apple Pay’s in-app purchasing capabilities are sometimes forgotten in the hullaballoo over the service’s in-store capabilities. But big-box office supplies retailer Staples has found in-app use of Apple Pay has really taken off. But in their stores… Not so much.
Television network NBC has updated its iOS and Android viewing apps. The update brings live streaming of the network to areas of the country served by a network owned affiliate, as well as a small catalog of “classic” series episodes.
UK banks RBS and NatWest will be the first banks in the U.K. to offer Touch ID support in their iPhone banking apps, allowing logins with just a fingerprint.