California bill SB-962, the “Smartphones” bill, was signed into law by the state’s governor Jerry Brown on Monday. The law, which mandates all smartphones sold in the state of California to have a built-in “kill-switch” by July 2015.
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Apple has announced that it is adding more acts to the bill for the 2014 iTunes Festival in London. 19 more acts have been added to the lineup, including Tony Bennett, Mary J. Blige, Ed Sheeran, and more.
FLOS makes uniquely designed lighting fixtures for your home that most likely would be chosen by an interior decorator. Their new D’E-LIGHT by Philippe Starck brings simplicity to already cluttered desktops. The super designer, known worldwide for his work, created…
Meet The Calgary Husband and Wife Team (And Their 23 Relatives) Behind Apple’s Emmy Winning Commercial
You’ve likely seen the Emmy Award-winning “Misunderstood” holiday commercial from Apple. Now here’s the behind the scenes story of the Calgary based husband and wife team of Chris Ippolito and Karen MacKenzie, (and their 23 relatives), for whom the award-winning holiday turned out to be a Christmas in August gift that just keeps on giving.
China’s Economic Daily News claims Apple partner Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) is ahead of schedule with its next-generation 16nm process for chip production.
T-Mobile customers who subscribe to their “Simple Starter” plan will soon be able to quadruple the amount of data available on their plan for just five bucks more a month. The company made the announcement on Monday.
iPhone users who have a Jawbone UP device strapped to their wrists are likely familiar with the data charts showing their sleep patterns during the night. However Northern California UP users likely have a whole different kind of pattern to peruse following the Napa earthquake early Sunday.
After being cut out of Apple’s DRAM supply chain as of the iPhone 5, Samsung has worked its way back into the starting lineup for the iPhone 6.
Here’s something that will make your Monday a little easier to take. The Apple Store app is offering calculator app Tydlig as a free download.
A new set of schematics allegedly show the successor to Apple’s M7 motion co-processor found in the iPhone 5s. The new chip is labeled “Phosphorous”.
Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch. As summer winds down, it is time to hit the links. The beauty of nature shines true on a well-kept course.
Are you experiencing shorter and shorter battery life with your iPhone 5? If so, you may be in the small percentage of owners that have an iPhone 5 with a faulty battery. There’s good news however, as Apple has begun a iPhone 5 Battery Replacement Program to replace those faulty power cells.
A recent report shows that while Apple’s iOS 7 mobile operating system is running on 91% of iPhones and iPads, Google’s Android mobile OS installation numbers are more fragmented than ever.
Apple has begun blocking downloads of popular anonymous social app Secret in Brazil, complying with a preliminary injunction that was recently granted by a Brazilian civil court judge.
Want to learn to take better photos than you’re taking now? How would you feel about a chance to win a Canon EOS Rebel T3 DSLR Camera, plus an e-learning course to show you how to make the best use of that new Rebel?
Normally, we do our best to ignore Samsung’s smarmy Galaxy S (fill in the latest number here) videos comparing them to Apple’s latest handset, however, since this one is to benefit a good cause, we’ll make an exception.