Posted on 21 November 2012 by Shane McGlaun
Another government agency has left the BlackBerry smartphone behind and is adopting the iPhone. The NTSB has confirmed that it is leaving BlackBerry smartphones behind in favor of the iPhone 5 after existing BlackBerry devices begin to fail "at an unacceptable rate."
Posted on 02 November 2012 by Shane McGlaun
Apple has stated that it thinks one dollar or less per iPhone made is all Motorola's FRAND patents covering Wi-Fi and cellular technology are worth. Apple says that it will continue litigation if the licensing fee is any more than that amount.
Posted on 26 September 2012 by Shane McGlaun
The FCC has noted that it would review objections made against AT&T and proposed extra fees for using FaceTime over the carrier's wireless network. Consumer advocacy groups are up in arms because they believe AT&T is violating the FCC's open Internet rules.
Posted on 23 August 2012 by Shane McGlaun
A photograph of what is claimed to be the charging cable for the next-generation iPhone 5 has hit the web. The cable in the photograph has a standard USB plug on one end and the smaller new dock connector on the other.
Posted on 18 July 2012 by Shane McGlaun
Onkyo has announced that it has updated its remote control application for the iPhone called Onkyo Remote 2. The app allows users to stream music from their iPhone to Onkyo's 2012 networked receivers. The app also shows album art and track details.
Posted on 24 April 2012 by Shane McGlaun
Rumors have swirled for a long time that Apple would be making a smaller iPhone nano to along with the full-size iPhone. Rumors are again surfacing pointing to a low-cost entry-level iPhone launch with the iPhone 5 this fall.
Posted on 10 April 2012 by Shane McGlaun
Rumors are swirling that this fall the next iPhone will launch. The latest rumor claims that the next iPhone will have a unibody design along with a larger screen and support for LTE 4G connectivity.
Posted on 28 March 2012 by Shane McGlaun
I'm sure most of us are familiar with pull to refresh feature that is in several apps that run on the iPhone and iPad. Apparently, twitter has a patent application that covers pull to refresh so the days of that feature could be numbered on the other apps.
Posted on 14 March 2012 by Shane McGlaun
A man filed a lawsuit against AT&T in small claims court recently. The man's name is Matthew Spaccarelli. Apparently the man won in small claims court to the tune of $850 when the judge ruled against AT&T after deciding that AT&T had in fact broken its promise to provide unlimited data service.
Posted on 02 March 2012 by Shane McGlaun
AT&T has been catching a lot of heat recently over the throttling of data speeds for consumers that go over a certain bandwidth allowance each month. This is despite the fact that some studies have shown throttling does nothing to alleviate congestion on networks. AT&T has now announced that it will make adjustments to the data throttling policy for customers ... continued »
Posted on 28 February 2012 by Shane McGlaun
The iPhone and Android smartphones are constantly battling on the smartphone market. Motorola has been pushing its own Voice Actions feature on some of its new smartphones against Siri on the iPhone in a comparison video, which you think is better?
Posted on 10 February 2012 by Shane McGlaun
Apple has started to run a pair of new commercials for iPhone 4S. Both of the commercials focus on Siri and show off some the things the voice assistant can do.