The latest research by Consumer Intelligence Research Partners shoes that 59% of iPhone users polled between October and December of 2012 said they spend more than $100 per month with their wireless carrier.
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THX, the company who sets the standard for high-fidelity audio/visual reproduction for movie theaters and consumer products, has released a new iOS app called THX tune-up.
Earlier today, Microsoft revealed that their 64GB Surface Pro only has about 25GB of storage free out of the box. Windows 8 must be a seriously bloated mess of an operating system.
As of January 26, 2013 it became illegal for you to unlock your smartphone without permission from your carrier. Now, a lot of us aren’t exactly sure where this leaves us. How about jailbreaking and rooting your phone, is that illegal too?
After releasing their Office 365 subscription service and Office 2013 earlier today, Microsoft has released a critical update for Office for Mac 2011. The Office for Mac Service Pack 3 (14.3) update contains a number of bug fixes, and adds support for Microsoft’s new Office 365 subscription program.
T-Mobile will begin selling Apple’s iPhone in three to four months, and when it does, it will be offering the popular handset on monthly installments.
We’ve seen that Ashton Kutcher made himself look quite like the younger Steve Jobs in the ‘jOBS’ film, however what would he look like as older Jobs? Kutcher himself tweeted a photo of half the real Jobs and half himself as the older Jobs, and they do really look alike.
Microsoft has announced the worldwide availability of Office 365 Home Premium for both Mac and PC. Office 365 Home Premium always includes the latest and most complete set of Office applications, and can be installed on up to five devices including Macs, PCs, and Windows tablets.
Apple has money, and lots of it. However many of us wonder, where does it all go? Well, Master Business Administration has put together this awesome infographic, detailing exactly what Apple spends where, and how much it costs to make an iPhone or iPad.
The Ponemon Institute has released their 2012 Most Trusted Companies for Privacy list, and for the first time in three years, Apple is not in the top 20 on the list.
For those who use expensive studio headphones at a desk or workstation (like me), finding an elegant way to stash your headphones when you aren’t using them can be a challenge. Thankfully, if you find yourself in my situation, Just Mobile has the perfect answer – the HeadStand.
Apple today announced they’ll be launching a new model in their full-size iPad With Retina Display line. The 128GB iPad will be available starting February 5, in black or white, for a suggested retail price of $799 (US) for the iPad with Wi-Fi model and $929 (US) for the iPad with Wi-Fi + Cellular model.
iPad rumors are slowly ramping up, and this unverified photo obtained by 9to5Mac might be showing the back plate of the next gen iPad, which appears to be in the style of the iPad mini and featuring a smaller bezel.
Apple released iOS 6.1 on Monday, and music lovers will find one pleasant surprise. It’s not amazing, but it still deserves to be noticed.
Now that Google has been found by U.S. authorities to have bypassed privacy settings in the Safari browser, Apple users in the U.K. have launched a legal campaign against Google over the very same issue.
Samsung is back to their old legal tricks, and has once again demanded access to Apple’s iOS 6 source code, this time in a Korean court. The Korea Times reports, noting Samsung’s argument that they need access to the source code to verify that Apple isn’t violating their patents.