Two Minute Video: Can Windows Phone 7 Split the Difference?

Microsoft’s upcoming Windows Phone 7 platform may be able to split the difference between the heavily controlled-yet-polished structure of the iPhone platform and the almost overwhelming device, form factor, and carrier options available with the Android platform.

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Apple Patents Parental Controls for Sexting

With the wave of recent sexting scandals making headlines, parents have become concerned that their text-happy children might be getting into some adult behavior with repercussions they don’t understand. Apple thinks they might have the solution to this new age problem.

The US Patent and Trademark Office approved a patent that Apple …

Windows Phone 7 Ushers In Zune Support For Macs

The head of marketing for Windows Phone in the UK has unofficially confirmed via Twitter that support for Zune on the Mac is coming. The update has since been removed but Microsoft has confirmed that a public beta will be out this year allowing Windows Phone 7 users to sync “select content” with their Macs. Whether or not that means …

NYT Confirms Verizon iPhone

Dreams do come true.

The New York Times is confirming the rumors of a Verizon iPhone based on an anonymous source directly connected to Apple.

Rumors of a Verizon-Apple collaboration have circulated for years, with the most recent a report by the Wall Street Journal, however, this latest story by the NYT should be the last nail on …

Apple in a ‘Quiet Panic’ Over iPhone 4 Cases Cracking Glass?

As part of the iPhone 4‘s design aesthetic, Apple decided to make the backside of the phone out of the same glass used on the front. Cool idea, right? You don’t see too many phones with the backside made of glass.

The problem with glass, believe it or not, is that it’s prone to cracking. It’s true! So with both sides of the phone made …

WSJ Reports Verizon iPhone in 2011, Again

This is getting redundant and completely obnoxious.

The WSJ is yet again reporting that Apple and Verizon will release a CDMA version of the iPhone in early 2011 and that production will begin later this year. But this coming from the same reporter who wrote back in March that Verizon would be getting the iPhone this fall. Following …

App of the Week: Living Social & Netflix

After intermittent delays, Techland’s App of the Week is back! Now that Android is poised to take over the world, we’ve decided to pick one Android app and one iPhone (or iPad) app each week.

First up, Living Social for the Android platform. If you’re familiar with daily deals, like Groupon, then it’s not too difficult to …

New T-Mobile myTouch Features FaceTime-like Video Chat

T-Mobile and HTC have just announced the “new” myTouch aka myTouch HD. Like the G2, the myTouch HD runs on T-Mobile’s super fast HSPA+ network (4G) that’s currently available in Biloxi and Gulfport, Miss.; Denver, Colo.; Huntsville, Ala.; Knoxville, Tenn.; Myrtle Beach, S.C.; Norfolk, Va.; Omaha, Neb.; Phoenix and Tucson, Ariz.; …

Am I the Only One Who’d Buy a Huge Honkin’ Tablet?

When Steve Jobs unveiled the iPad back in January, there was very little to compare it against–and so it wasn’t clear whether its 9.7″ screen made it an unusually large tablet, a rather little one, or just about right. At the moment, it’s looking like a big boy: The two most intriguing iPad alternatives of the moment, Samsung’s

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