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Apple sold more than nine million new iPhone 5S and 5C models this weekend amid 'incredible' demand, though hackers are already testing the iPhone 5S's fingerprint reading technology.
From privacy settings to getting notifications, here's what you need to know about Apple's newest operating system.
Mobile apps are soon to be used on so much more than smartphones and tablets. Here are some forward-thinking approaches to help you stay ahead of the curve.
Stuff the stock apps in a folder, and supercharge your iPhone with these more useful replacements.
It will remain business as usual for the teams at Bump and sister photo-sharing app Flock -- for now.
First-timers in app development ask the same questions over and over. Here are the answers.
With the release of the iPhone 5S and 5C, here we break down the complicated global relationship between Apple, its suppliers and manufacturers.
Consider improving these aspects of your website to attract customers and sales.
Both devices come with new bells and whistles, but what's most significant is that they will run Apple's new iOS 7.
Who says bigger is better? These mini versions of tablets cost less and can fit in one hand.
For all the media attention new smartphones get, innovation has, sadly, become stale.
Researchers are working on a gadget that can help guide your dog in situations when usual commands can't be heard.
Going mobile can open a lot of doors for your company. Here are four key ways it can help your business grow.
If you think any of these are true, think again.
Ask the right questions and make the right choices and your mobile app could be an integral part of your growth strategy.
The tech giant is the first among its competitors to release a smartwatch device to consumers.
From start to finish, the shopping process offers multiple opportunities to use mobile-messaging strategies. Here are five approaches that can help boost your sales.
The Muse headband has sensors that collect a wearer's brainwaves and then translates the information to binary code.
A new patent points to Google charging advertisers based on when users actually look at an advertisement.
Here's a look at one designer's vision for the forthcoming smartwatch.
Google isn't the only company investing in wearable computing devices. Telepathy is an upstart with a device of its own.
It's not called 'Mega' for nothing. This device is a big smartphone to behold.
This new service might be just a way for the social network to learn more about users' shopping habits.
Called 'Galaxy Gear,' the wristwatch-like gadget will run on the Android operating system.
When you're not under a contract with a service provider you can pick the service you want and hopefully save some money while you're at it.
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