Apple Computer was incorporated on April 1, 1976. Since the release of the Apple I that year, we've had the famous Macintosh, a fall into near-obscurity in the 1990s, and the revival and rise to the world's
Anyone who remembers the days of brick-like Nokia 5110 cellphones, where the “killer app” was the puzzle game Snake, will know that modern smartphones have come quite a way since then. But on a pixel pixel
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With thousands of generic battery packs now on the market, it takes something special to make a new option stand out, and Nomad’s new Wallet for iPhone certainly succeeds. Shaped like a standard bifold
Want to zoom in closer on your subject while shooting a video on your iPhone? It's easy to zoom in and out while recording a video. To do this, go to Camera. Take a video. Pinch your fingers in to zoom
Beaver Electronics Co. has debuted a unique fast-charging external battery for the iPhone, which it's dubbed "Quarter," because it takes less than a quarter of the time to charge compared to a normal battery.
At simultaneous press conferences in New York City and San Francisco yesterday, YouTube finally revealed their plans to rule the streaming music world. While the tech giant might be a little late to the
HTC has denied claims that its new flagship One A9 smartphone copies the iPhone. At a press briefing in Taiwan, company executive Jack Tong said that "it's Apple that copies us" in terms of antenna design—the
Twitter announced today that a feature it has tested with a few users on a small scale -- the ability to add customized polls to a tweet -- will officially be coming to everyone over the next few days.
Apple has announced that it will be opening its 21st retail store in China in Dalian, a major port city in southern Liaoning Province, on Saturday, October 24 at 9:30 AM local time. The new store will
Apple News, a news reading app introduced in iOS 9 that replaces Newsstand, is only available in the United States for now, and even explicitly blocked in some areas, though the UK may be getting access
If you’re one of many people who traded in their old iPhone for the iPhone 6s, Apple may owe you money. When you bought your previous iPhone, if you signed up for AppleCare or AppleCare+, you automatically
Two Apple Stores in New York and San Francisco have gained a new promotional tool to help sell the iPhone 6s. Shoppers visiting these Apple Stores will find a new kind of table with a large display across
Earlier this week, Apple was found guilty in an ongoing patent lawsuit initiated by the University of Wisconsin-Madison. At the time, Apple was said to potentially owe the university’s patent licensing