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10 things you didn't know your iPhone camera could do

If you have an iPhone, then you have the technology in your hands to take great photos and videos. But first, learn all the tips and tricks to take the best photos with your iPhone camera.

Produced by Will Wei

iPhone

How to clear out a ton of space on your iPhone superfast

If you're running out of space on your iPhone, here's a guide that shows you how to clear out as much storage as possible.

Produced by Monica Manalo

iPhone

Why iPhone owners only sometimes see accept/decline buttons when receiving calls

Have you ever wondered why you see either a slider or buttons when receiving a call on your iPhone? Here's a simple explanation to clear up your …

iPhone

Here's how Kurdish guerrilla forces are using dirty tricks against ISIS

The roles of underground operations, guerrilla, sabotage, and classic special-operations units are groups who act in frustration to opposing forces.

In this case the bullet meets the bone in Syria as Kurdish Forces are successfully deploying unconventional-warfare tactics against the Islamic State …

Islamic State (ISIS)

Snapchat’s Vanishing-Video Advantage Over YouTube, Facebook

Snapchat now claims to serve an average of 4 billion daily video views — doubling its video traffic in the past three months.The number, first …

YouTube

How Force Touch Will Change How You Use The iPhone

A new iPhone feature—expected to be announced next week—could give your phone a very different feel.

When Apple introduces its newest iPhones on September 9, the company may reveal a new trick that could forever change how you interact with an iPhone.

It’s called Force Touch, a technology the company …

iOS Apps

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Note-Taking Just Became Easier With Google’s New Voice Transcription Tool

Just in time for the school year, Google is upping its docs game.

As the new school year gets off the ground, Google has updated Docs with a number of features that should help students be more productive and efficient. On Wednesday, Google introduced voice transcription, research capabilities, …

Google

How to Make Your iPad Kid-Friendly

We likely all know that there’s plenty of unwholesome content out there, but not how to protect from it. Here are the best ways to make an iPad …

iOS Apps

App Release Notes Are Getting Stupid

“Bug fixes.”

“Jam packed full of Super Amazing Things.”

“Every 3 weeks, we polish up the Pinterest app to make it faster and better than ever.”

“To make our app better for you, we bring updates to the App Store every 2 weeks…Every update of our Facebook app includes improvements for speed and

Software

Report: Uber to begin e-commerce deliveries soon

Uber is taking another step in fulfilling its aims of becoming a true logistics company, according to report on Re/code released today. The ride-sharing behemoth will unveil a new partnership with big retailers and fashion brands as early as this month.

The partnership will reportedly focus on …

New York City

Base for iOS gives your photos the retro treatment

Instagram kicked off the trend for vintage-style mobile photography back in 2010 and since then photo filter apps have been a pretty big business.

While filtered photos seemed to solely belong on Instagram for a time, now there are plenty of people who want to enjoy the retro-style photography …

iPhone

Facebook’s newest product helps educators track students’ progress

For the past year, Facebook has been working with a group of public schools to help improve the software they use to monitor students’ progress. Now, it wants to give it away for free to schools across the US.

The social network says its dedicated team partnered with Summit Public Schools — a …

Facebook

Instagram for Business: 4 Powerful Insights

Want to get the competitive advantage on Instagram? Look no further.

In an industry that's constantly changing and being updated, new data on social media trends reveal actionable insights that can help improve your marketing in a major way. Instagram has been skyrocketing in popularity since its …

Marketing

The iPhone-powered Fusion Guitar lets you mix and jam anywhere with a built-in amp

Electric guitars have been rocking our world since at least the ’30s, but they haven’t changed too much since then, generally requiring you to lug a mass of bulky amplifiers and pedals to get the sound you’re looking for.

But what if you could carry all the equipment you need in the guitar itself? …

Guitar

Russian spy ship spotted near US sub base

A Russian intelligence ship, capable of cutting undersea communications cables and other sensors, has been spotted by the U.S. military off the coast of Kings Bay, Ga., home to the U.S. Navy’s East Coast ballistic missile submarine fleet.

U.S. military satellites have been tracking the Russian spy …

Russia

How Colombia Built a Massive Surveillance 'Shadow State'

International surveillance companies are helping Colombia build a hulking spying apparatus that circumvents the country's own privacy laws, according to a watchdog group.

Two new reports from Privacy International show that the country has spent tens of millions of dollars to procure high-end …

Policing

Addictive app Byte turns your iPhone into stupid, creative fun

If there’s anyone at TNW who is really into what the hip kids are looking at, it’s Owen Williams. My Amsterdam-based colleague slipped a URL of an app launching today, Byte, into our Slack channel and left it there for me to find.

What I didn’t expect was spending an ungodly long time staring at …

iPhone

10 of the best iPhone widgets in the world

When Apple first added widget support to the iPhone and iPad, Apple fans had mixed feelings. Many Apple users had been waiting for widget support for …

iPhone

Your doctor may soon check your heart with a smartphone

The stethoscope, invented 200 years ago because a French doctor was too embarrassed to put his ear directly against a woman's chest, is finally getting a digital upgrade. A device called the Eko Core, which attaches to a regular stethoscope, has just been approved for medical use by the US FDA. It …

Medical School

IFA Day 1: 4K Smartphones and water-cooled laptops

IFA started with a bang as Sony whipped out the Xperia Z5 Premium, a smartphone that comes with the "world's first" 5.5-inch 4K display. That was swiftly followed by the launch of Huawei's Mate S, a phone that's designed to kill the iPhone 6 Plus by basically copying its every design feature. Then …

iPhone

Ricoh launches the Theta S 360-degree spherical camera for creative, tech savvy consumers

It was just two years ago that Ricoh launched the Theta spherical camera, targeted to photo enthusiasts and creative folks.

Today, the company has announced the Ricoh Theta S, a brand new model. The new camera is capable of shooting super-high resolution spherical photos and videos in one shot. It …

Ricoh

TwoDots will bring new levels every week with Treasure Hunt, an in-game competition event

If you don’t think addictive mobile puzzle TwoDots updates with new levels fast enough, things are about to change. We’ve got an exclusive look inside Treasure Hunt, the game’s newest feature that aims to push new levels to users every seven days.

Treasure Hunt is a weekly event that features a …

T-Mobile introduces native video calling to take on Skype and FaceTime

T-Mobile today announced that it will now offer free video calls with its Uncarrier service. Compatible phones at launch include the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge+.

T-Mobile Video Calling is similar to what Google Hangouts offer – select a contact and just simply press the camera icon to make a …

Skype

Google’s new Street View app lets you upload your own 360-images

Google’s mobile Street View app is getting a big update on iOS and Android today: you can now contribute your own 360-degree photos to Google Maps.

It works with any cellphone using Google’s photo sphere stitching technology, but the app also now supports dedicated 360-degree cameras, like Ricoh’s …

Google

Skype Gives Its iOS And Android Apps A Makeover

Microsoft announced this morning it’s rolling out a new version of Skype (ver. 6.0) for users on iPhone, iPad, and Android devices. Across all platforms, the popular communications app has gotten a redesign, though in Android’s case, it references Google’s “Material Design” aesthetic while the iOS …

Skype

Samsung Gear S2 hands-on: Tizen is here to stay

Like it or not, Samsung isn’t giving up on Tizen.

The Gear S2 – officially announced just a few days ago – is Samsung’s latest attempt at cramming it’s open-source OS onto your wrist. Don’t let the name fool you though; the Gear S2 isn’t so much as sequel to Samsung’s earlier models as a complete …

Samsung

These ants do the weirdest thing when this iPhone rings

We just spotted this weird video of ants circling up around an iPhone when it starts ringing:

This seems really unusual, so we reached out to a few …

iPhone

Bing can now help you tune your guitar and keep a beat

Microsoft has updated its Bing search engine with a couple of handy tools for musicians: a guitar tuner and a metronome.

A simple search for each tool brings them up right on the results page, and they’re not half bad.

Bing’s guitar tuner is basic, but gets the job done

The guitar tuner is basic, but …

Guitar

Facebook is testing a pop-out video viewer for its iOS app

It appears that Facebook — that bastion of experimentation — is trying out a new way of displaying online video. Some users recently spotted what has been dubbed “carousel” style viewing in Facebook’s iOS app.

There also appears to be a pop-out, picture-in-picture style function at play as well. The …

Facebook