News and Articles About iPhone
Joaquin Phoenix stars in a movie about a man who falls in love with an operating system that has an oh-so-tantalizing voice.
A poll meant to show how few people know what Bitcoin is demonstrates just how widely Bitcoin is recognized.
The iPhone 5 is the best-selling smartphone around the world, and Apple could be number one in China by January if a deal with China Mobile goes through.
Your tech team can't work in a silo now that employees are bringing all kinds of gadgets to work with them. Everyone on your team needs to play their part.
Google Chairman Eric Schmidt published step-by-step instructions on how to make the switch from iPhone to Android.
These tools can help you stay healthy and on track to grow your business right.
The site will be used for domestic crystal production and require 1,300 additional construction jobs.
Expert tips to help you find the best possible smartphone to meet your business needs.
With its emphasis on white space, bold buttons and clear typography, flat design has the potential to let products shine.
During its fiscal fourth quarter, the tech giant sold almost 34 million iPhones -- roughly in line with analyst expectations.
Entrepreneur and Adaptive Media are teaming up to launch TrepLabs, a platform to help little-known app makers gain exposure and customized business advice.
In this inaugural TrepLabs column, we sit down with Slovenian entrepreneur Aljosa Pavsic, who is pioneering hands-free gaming with Eye Jumper.
The bug makes messages appear to send when they actually have not.
Even though Apple's new operating system has been improved, it still falls short of Android in several areas.
From privacy settings to getting notifications, here's what you need to know about Apple's newest operating system.
Stuff the stock apps in a folder, and supercharge your iPhone with these more useful replacements.
Outsized hype and overblown hating are staples of any new iPhone launch. In honor of the latest round of both, we look back at what happened when previous iPhones hit the market.
With the release of the iPhone 5S and 5C, here we break down the complicated global relationship between Apple, its suppliers and manufacturers.
Investors are selling after yesterday's iPhone launches failed to excite.
Apple says the fingerprint data stored by the new iPhone is encrypted and kept 'inside a secure enclave,' but there's still reason to pause.
Both devices come with new bells and whistles, but what's most significant is that they will run Apple's new iOS 7.
For all the media attention new smartphones get, innovation has, sadly, become stale.
The revamped app comes with more payment options and social features, among others.
Apple launched a new program in stores on Friday that will allow customers to swap in old iPhones for credit toward new ones.
Artiphon's Instrument 1 is like an entire orchestra all in one smartphone-powered gadget.
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