Ever drop your smart phone or iPad, cracking the screen? If you don’t have insurance and your upgrade is months — or possibly years away — fixing it can be very costly.
Shortly after Klein Michael Thaxton took his hostage, he used his victim’s iPhone and computer to turn to Facebook, posting, “i cant take it no more im done bro — how this ends is up to yall bro.”
Apple’s iPhone 5 launched to massive fanfare on Sept. 12, and now the verdict is in from CNET’s Scott Stein. He found that the new iPhone offers key features that were desired by users when its predecessor, the iPhone 4S, shipped.
Apple’s new iPhone 5 rose up onto the stage on a pedestal as a company executive showed off the smartphone’s new features.
Education and technology are becoming increasingly integrated, and keeping up on all of the new educational applications for kids is important. One of the biggest struggles is not finding an app; it is finding the appropriate app.
Phone numbers, passwords, bank account information. You know how to put all that stuff on your smartphone, but do you know how to get your personal info off? Even if you think you’ve wiped your smartphone clean before you get rid of it, it’s probably not enough. So what can you do?
If you use your smart phone a lot, you may have noticed more dropped calls or slower speeds on your smart phone. With so many people using iPhones, Droids, iPads and similar devices, the nation is running out of bandwidth.
- “Where’s My Water?” is a new iPhone app from Disney Mobile, featuring a character called “Swampy the Alligator.”
Fans of the new iPhone 4S started lining up outside of Apple stores last night hoping to be among the first to get the new phone. Apple is expecting this to be its best product launch ever, and if today’s lines are any indication, that sounds about right.
On Walnut Street, people used their iPhones to snap pictures of the memorial to Steve Jobs who lived his life in the realm of possibility, simplifying technology for the common man.
We hear it a lot from Port Authority riders who get stranded at stops waiting for their bus, but now there is some new technology that lets you know when your ride is coming, and it’s free.
Up to now, high-tech at the grocery consisted of bar code readers happily beeping up the total. Now after a quick registration on Giant Eagle’s website and downloading a free app, your grocery shopping gets a multi-use and very portable tool.
Two attorneys from Florida and New York are teaming up to file a class action lawsuit that charges telecom giant AT&T with over-billing data plan subscribers for so-called “phantom” data usage. If you want to […]
Two attorneys from Florida and New York are teaming up to file a class action lawsuit that charges telecom giant AT&T with overbilling data plan subscribers for so-called “phantom” data usage.
It’s a new twist on saving money and all you need is a smart phone and the willingness to take a picture of yourself.