Google today updated its Google Search app for the iPhone and added several new features. The most significant improvement is support for Google's accelerated mobile pages, or AMP. Articles that make use of Google's AMP technology load much faster than other articles. Show More Summary
A Game of Phone Thrones Yes, if the iPhone ruled Westeros, it would probably do it perched on top of the BEVL. The BEVL compliments the iPhone perfectly, and...
The new Google-made keyboard has several features that don’t come standard on an iPhone.
New iPhones have less and less going for them now that smartphones are a pretty ubiquitous product with a relatively standard set of features, but one of their latest new bells and/or whistles was "3D Touch," a feature that senses how much force is applied when touching the screen. Show More Summary
Apple critics often scoff that when people buy a MacBook or an iPhone, they aren’t really buying a gadget as much as they are buying into the “Apple lifestyle.” But that might not be such a bad thing for the company moving forward, according...Show More Summary
Foxconn Technology Group has become the latest in a str […]
Another long week is drawing to a close and there's no better way to wrap things up than with a list of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free. Friday's batch includes 11 iOS apps in total, and they're all free downloads for a limited time. Show More Summary
Google is rolling out quite the update to its mobile app for iPhone and iPad, bringing a much faster search experience, along with a convenient way for sports fans to check out the latest video highlights. Perhaps the biggest change in this update is support for what Google calls Accelerated Mobile Pages - or AMP. Show More Summary
If you dig into the history of the cell phone, you'll find that from roughly 2004 to 2006, the Moto Razr was king—this was after the Samsung Sidekick but before the launch of Apple's iPhone. So it makes sense then that when it comes to marketing for the potential re-release of that very phone, the campaign would be steeped in mid-aughts nostalgia. read more
The Google app is about to get much faster on iPhone. Google is introducing its Accelerated Mobile Pages platform to iOS, which works similarly to Facebook’s Instant Articles to reduced page sizes so they load instantly off of Search. Show More Summary
Samsung Electronics is releasing ‘SamsungPay Mini’ in next month at the earliest to increase percentage of online payments. It can be used on Android phones as well as iPhones. According to IT industry and financial industry on the 26th,...Show More Summary
Apple has a major incentive to take precautions in making future devices with top-notch security measures. The post An FBI-Proof iPhone May Be In The Works appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Apple on Friday brought its "Trade Up with Installments" program to France, Italy, and Spain, expanding it beyond U.S. borders for the first time.
The expanding electronic payments battle between Apple, Google, and Samsung will reportedly reach a new front next month as the South Korean firm is said to be readying a new web-based option that would enable iPhone users to make online payments via SamsungPay.
Jason Snell has written an interesting piece at Macworld, berating Google for using its Material Design user-interface in iOS apps. In other words, Google ignores all the iOS conventions and instead makes its iPhone and iPad apps look exactly like Android ones. Show More Summary
setteB.IT noticed that French, Italian and Spanish iPhone owners can now take advantage of Apple’s Trade Up With Installments plan, where you use your existing phone as a down payment on a new one, paying off the balance in installments over two years. Show More Summary
A new report claims that Samsung Mini Pay, an online-only version of Samsung's payment system, will launch in June in South Korea. Korea-based ETNews claims that Samsung Mini Pay will work on both Android and iPhone. The report saysShow More Summary
Probably just like most of you, I am rarely without my iPhone and iPad. If I’m working, then add the MacBook Air to that short list. I am not addicted, no, never. It’s just that these gadgets are essential to my work-life balance, hence my sanity. Last week, however, I had to temporarily part ways […] The post A Week Without My iPad appeared first on Apple Gazette.
Smartphone companies spend so much time and money making their phones thinner, faster and more powerful. But how much work actually goes into making them stronger? Building more durable phones clearly falls somewhere on vendors' lists...Show More Summary
What are the best journaling apps for iPhone? If you're looking to ditch your worn-out old notebook and go digital, here's what you need! Journaling is a great way to keep up your writing chops. It's also a great way to keep a record of your life. Show More Summary