Mozilla hasn’t ported Firefox over to iOS because of disagreements with Apple. Now, it looks like that will change.
Job posting suggests a push by Apple into the VR space.
The San Diego carriers duke it out again in Rootmetrics’ scoring for the second half of 2014 and the results are that Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile are a tie
Verizon is trying to make people’s travels during the holidays easier with Connection Day by giving everyone digital gifts to make travel just a bit easier
We take a look at the best tablets of 2014 and let you know which tablets we believe are the best tablets to get this holiday season for anyone.
Although the growth of the high-end Smartphone segment has declined of late, there have been some truly remarkable devices launched this year.
In an age of where we get these fantastic and whimsical smartphone sizzle videos, HTC satirically breaks down for us what goes into making a sizzle video.
At Pepcom’s event in San Francisco, we got to connect with our friends at ecoATM and talk at length about their kiosks and the challenges they face today
Canon Japan opens a new option that would bring words to your world, without Photoshop!
A new Russian law states that on January 1st, 2015 any company who’s devices communicate with the cloud and share that data abroad will be banned.
Verizon has introduced a new set of promotions that include improved higher tier data pricing and a $150 one time cash payment for customers that switch
Microsoft was rumored to be releasing a fitness band called the Microsoft Band early on Wednesday, Microsoft shortly thereafter launched it to the public.
MCX’s own CurrentC, a planned competitor to Apple’s Apple Pay NFC solution for the iPhone 6 has already been hacked, which puts its security into question.
Tim Cook says redesigning the iconic player was a no-go because of lack of demand.
The sapphire screen of the iPhone 6 was a no-show because its supplier couldn’t deliver at the eleventh hour. But was the deal Apple had with GT Advanced Technologies set up to see the company fail?
As Apple launches the iPhone in China, state-back hackers launch a man-in-the-middle attack against iCloud.
In a conversation with Apple’s (NASDAQ: APPL) Senior Vice President of Design, Jony Ive, Vanity Fair’s Graydon Carter sat down and talked to Ive about the company’s latest products and even their competitors. Ive brought up an interesting point when they were talking about how the iPhone’s design had moved from having curved edges, to sharp edges and then back to curved again. Then, Ive started to talk about the iPhone and numerous prototypes that they had made, including ones with large screens. You can listen right here. Ive calls competitors’ phones ‘big and clunky’ and says that many of their competitors’ devices are in fact big
Apple reported their earnings for the third quarter of 2014 today and reported $8.5 billion in profit on a sizable $42.1 billion in revenue.
Apple gives the iMac a big resolution increase, while making its iPads thinner and faster.