AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson says wireless carriers such as AT&T will not be able to continue subsidizing smartphones, saying the current model is not economically viable.
While Apple’s iBeacons aren’t the only Bluetooth LE beacons on the market, they have been the only option with the backing of a large, well-known company. Now Qualcomm is looking to change that, as they introduce their own $5 take on the devices.
The two biggest culprits of a messy desk, in my opinion, are papers and wires… Sharing in my distaste for a messy workspace, Bluelounge is always working to provide simple solutions to manage your technological tethers.
Based around the concept of a being more ergonomic for holding and manipulating the iPad, the Clutch system, in essence, adds a handle to the back of our iPad, allowing for more comfortable, prolonged use.
If you like epic scenes of destruction and carnage, this is for you. 127 iPhones getting crushed in under 3 minutes is quite a sight, but don’t worry – they were only counterfeits.
It’s no secret cats love to be spoiled, and this is hands down the best cat bed I have ever seen. Ideal for the puss with a penchant for Apple tech, this catbed made from an iMac is exactly what the kitty ordered.
With the latest wave of Explorers taking Glass out into the wild, it’s almost a guarantee that this wearable could begin to take shape as a real, main-stream product.
h, the eighties. The decade when Apple really broke out but also collapsed later on, and when technology was still in black and white. So what would iOS have looked like then? Anton Repponen has created a brilliant mock up of a retro iOS ’86. Check it out!
While Spotify is currently one of the leading music subscription services, it currently offers only a desktop solution for users who want to listen to its free, ad-supported service. The Wall Street Journal reports that is all about to possibly change.
AT&T has announced the debut of its Mobile Share Value plans, which it says will offer customers more savings and will provide contract options including no annual service contracts.
This weekend saw the Sotheby’s charity auction to benefit Product (RED). Four one-of-a-kind products designed by Apple’s Senior Vice President of Design Jony Ive and designer Marc Newson brought winning bids ranging from $461,000, (solid gold EarPods), to $1,805,000 (A special edition Leica camera).
When I first saw this week’s Kickstarter of the Week, my only though was that the EL Charger’s flashing lights would look cool in my Kia Soul alongside my in-door speakers with their flashing lights. Then I read more about it, and discovered that in addition to being cool, the cable’s flashing lights on the EL Charger actually serve a purpose.
Apple’s main assembly partner Foxconn has plans to build a new manufacturing facility in Pennsylvania. The new facility is part of a $40 million investment by the Taiwan-based company.
Our last refuge from being subjected to inane cellphone conversations may disappear if Federal Communications Commission chairman Tom Wheeler has his way. The FCC is proposing new regulations that allow in-flight cellphone calls and use of data, except during takeoff and landing.
While Samsung works to stay the Apple v. Samsung damages retrial, the jury has already reached one very important verdict – No more sourdough bread on the sandwiches!
Is the colder weather beginning to force you off of the biking path? Looking for a way to both track your indoor bicycling and make it interesting at the same time? Today PAFERS announces the release of XSPIN, the world’s first “Appcessory” for indoor fitness equipment.