There are many who claim that the iPhone 5c, Apple’s plastic-backed “budget” iPhone, was a disappointment, especially compared to the sales of iPhone 6/6s/Plus. Yet rumors continue to circulate that the iPhone 6c will be released next year. Show More Summary
HP’s decision to shut down its Helion Public Clou […]
Slowly but steadily, Apple is picking off more and more former Android users. A new report from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners indicates that 26% of people who bought the iPhone 6s within its first month of release switched over from Android. Show More Summary
There’s a sweet spot when you’re buying a camera, where you get amazing image quality and an excellent feature-set without having to splash out maximum cash on a top of the line, chunky pro-grade digital SLR, lenses and accessories. Nikon’s D7200 is just about as refined as a digital SLR for non-professionals can get. More »
The lumbering search giant may be looking to sell its iconic Web properties, including Yahoo Mail and search. It's the latest in Yahoo's quest to save itself from irrelevance.
The IRS will no longer use "Stingray" cellphone-tracking devices unless the agency receives a search warrant supported by probable cause, in accordance with the Department of Justice's Policy Guidance, IRS Commissioner John Koskinen says in a letter. Show More Summary
The struggling tech giant may decide this week whether to sell off its core Internet business or move forward with a plan to spin off more than $30 billion in shares of Alibaba.
The company's shares were up more than 6 percent in extended trading.
Samsung's Gear VR isn't really meant for children for any number of reasons — but especially because of a few pieces of suggested sample content. It's not always easy being an early adopter. Sometimes you're testing new gadgets in the safety and comfort and solitude of an office. Show More Summary
As we kick off this December, Apple has pushed out a couple of new ads that show off the "ridiculously powerful" iPhone 6s, along with the smartphone's voice-activated Hey Siri feature. Kicking things off is the ad above, which highlights the power of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus through all of the things you can do with it. Show More Summary
Microsoft is adding Debian GNU/Linux to its list of supported Linux distributions available on its Azure cloud.
Google just lost another long-time manager to Uber, continuing a series of high-profile poaches from the search giant to the ride-hailing service over the last year Manik Gupta, who announced his move on LinkedIn, worked on Google Maps...Show More Summary
There are various smartwatches and fitness trackers available out there, but if you love the Samsung Gear S2 but were a bit bummed that there isn’t support for iOS, it seems that you might not have to remain disappointed for much longer. Show More Summary
While streaming music will probably not eat up as much data compared to streaming videos, if you were to stream music all day, chances are it will end up eating a pretty huge chunk of your data. If you are on unlimited data plans then...Show More Summary
CES 2016 will be kicking off next month and for those who are unfamiliar, CES is probably one of the biggest consumer electronics conferences around. It is typically held at the beginning for every year and features announcements, demonstrations, and product launches for a lot of major tech companies. Show More Summary
Apple continued its iPhone 6s commercial campaign on Tuesday by airing a pair of ads focusing on the handset's hardware capabilities and iOS 9's "Hey Siri" functionality.
If you’ve been a professional or amateur photographer for any significant amount of time, you remember the good old days when photos were shot on film (and when the camera didn’t do all of the work for you). In fact, not only do you remember the good old days, you have hundreds or even thousands of photos that are still on film negatives. Show More Summary
oldweb.today is a fascinating site. Here's a link that opens Netscape Navigator on the Mac, circa 1999. It opens the home page of Scripting News on October 4, 1999, as it looked then, thanks to archive.org. (That link takes you to my archived version of that page. Show More Summary
Apple today has debuted two new TV ads for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. These ads come just a week after the company unveiled its new holiday ad featuring Stevie Wonder and Andra Day. The two new iPhone ads are entitled “Hey Siri” and “Ridiculously Powerful,” and focus on exactly what you would expect them […]