An iPhone app aims to make it a whole lot easier to find things to do among millions of listings from Facebook and elsewhere.
Law enforcement requests to hack iPhones are so high Apple apparently has a waiting list.
T-Mobile US Inc., the last of the major U.S. carriers to start carrying iPhones, is selling them at a brisk pace, it reported Wednesday.
Just in time for Outdoor Drinking Season (capitalized because of its importance), here’s the iFlask.
The odds are looking good that Apple will ditch the textured, bubbly look of its iOS software in favor of something more modern
One of Android’s best features arrives on iOS in an update to the Google Search app.
T-Mobile has announced that it’ll be selling the iPhone 5 starting April 12; it’ll be priced at $100 plus a $20-per-month equipment fee that must be paid for 24 months.
Longtime tech journalist Andy Ihnatko has published a great piece on why he switched from an iPhone 4S to a Samsung Galaxy S III.
Release dates for new Apple products have been tougher to predict lately, with the end of the yearly refresh for new iPads and the ever-shifting launch window of new iPhones.
A much slimmer iPad, an iPad Mini with a Retina display and an iPhone with a built-in fingerprint reader could all be on tap for 2013, according to one industry analyst.
If you ever wished your fat fingers would stop getting in the way of your iPhone’s touch screen, a company called Canopy thinks it has an answer.
Google Maps is already the most popular free app in the App Store, and it could be the heart of Google’s efforts to stay firmly planted within iOS — whether Apple likes it or not.