“I just couldn’t help dropping by for our first $20 billion quarter,” Apple CEO Steve Jobs boasted as he participated in his company’s earnings call last night. It was a rare appearance for Jobs, but a fruitful one — he used …
Apparently fishing just doesn’t cut it anymore.
Mamma mia! An Italian politician has demanded that Apple remove the “What Country” app from the iTunes store after the travel guide summed up the Mediterranean nation with the words “pizza, mafia, pasta, scooters.”
Has our appetite for the Internet surpassed our appetite for sex?
When it comes to chocolate milk on the go, the average Joe would expect Hershey to be the pleasure pioneer.
When Apple announces a 10 a.m. press conference about a new product, the world tunes in, eager to behold the latest innovation headed our way. But even as today’s 10 a.m. PST announcement has sparked rumors around the globe, …
Wednesday is a date circled on most tech junkies’ calendars — the day that the Apple CEO presents some of his company’s newest digital nexuses. Fortune‘s Philip Elmer-Dewitt breaks down all the swirling rumors, from a new iPod …
The stethoscope is a staple in any child’s dress-up box and the one piece of equipment that says, “trust me, I’m a doctor” more than any other. But all this could be changing with the introduction of an iPhone app.
Our colleagues over at Techland talked with the official Mac guy about his scandalous appearance on the Jimmy Kimmel Show, where he displayed what many thought looked like a jailbroken iPhone.
It’s the breakout mobile-gaming smash. And now it may be coming to a big screen near you.
Sure, smart phones and mobile devices help pass the time whenever you have a tedious task to do: standing in line; waiting for the train; working out at the gym. But is the constant barrage of information overloading your brain?
As OkTrends says, finally, there’s statistical proof that iPhone users aren’t just getting screwed by Apple.