Apple's iPhone reinvented the smartphone market, made apps commonplace and brought millions of customers to AT&T. And the iPhone platform, which accounts for a big chunk of Apple's profit, keeps improving as multiple rivals target the device.
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Sickweather is a new iOS app that proactively warns you when you're entering an area where a lot of sickness has been reported.
Android, iOS and Blackberry top Dice's list of top search terms used by hiring managers at the tech job posting site.
Google continues to roll out enhanced services for the iPhone, including Google Play All Access Music and improved voice-enabled Google Now.
This was the week to spend time with super large phones and then enjoy putting the Moto X and iPhone 5s in your pocket. Kevin and I chatted about the latest in mobile technology.
There's an iPhone app that connects to collaboration services and automatically keeps team managers updated with what everyone's doing.
The iPhone and iPad maker rolls out the latest version of its mobile platform, including fixes and updates to its Spotlight search engine and iCloud Keychain.
MapQuest is reportedly the third most popular mobile navigation application and number two on the desktop. Their new iOS 7 and Android application update offers a compelling navigation experience.
Jawbone announced their third version of their UP band, the UP24, along with the new iOS 3.0 software. Wireless syncing and real-time notifications are designed to help improve life.
The lure of a new phone has me thinking about upgrading the iPhone 4s. What I can't decide is if I want the new iPhone 5s or another Android phone.
People may lust for iPhones, but IDC's numbers show that globally people buy Android smartphones.
Apple's latest high end smartphone should always better than the last one and the iPhone 5s proves that with a better processor, improved camera, useful fingerprint scanner, and more.
A display industry expert thinks that the trend toward curved displays in gadgets has merit. Here's why.
As people start to look for a smartphone for someone special this holiday season, there are a ton of outstanding choices.
Rumors are circulating that Apple is working on an iPhone with a large, curved display. But would Apple risk its flagship cash cow in order to go chasing after Samsung and LG?
If you're going to be in Philadelphia this weekend, you're invited to attend the PPUG meeting on Saturday at noon. We're going to discuss and demo Apple's bumper crop of new hardware and software.