Siri is the iPhone’s voice-activated/voice-enabled “personal assistant”. But the story of how Siri was originally developed is more than just about the iPhone or even Apple. I don’t use Siri much on my iPhone, so I’m not really familiar with … Read More
If there’s one Apple-related rumor that never seems to die, it’s the one about a less-expensive iPhone. The stories are always full of unnamed sources and second-hand information, and the word “apparently” is usually in there somewhere. There’s never anyone … Read More
Comic Chameleon is an upcoming iPhone app for viewing webcomics. But unlike some previous attempts, this one actually respects the authors’ copyright. Even now, the list of available comics covers some of my favorites and probably yours as well. Launch … Read More
Matthew Yglesias writes in Slate that the new Google Maps app for iOS is actually a victory for Apple. You have to wonder if this wasn’t Apple’s strategy all along. Maps, and in particular the immense amount of data behind … Read More
Sorry, dude, but this ugly, swagalicious case isn’t worth $4.78, let alone what you’re asking. It’s time for you to back to the computer and Auto-Tune yourself another “hit”.
Everyone knows that high-end phones like the iPhone have a screen made from Gorilla Glass, not everyone knows the history of this Corning Glass product.
John Gruber has his review of the iPhone 5 up. As to the size: Such people surely think the iPhone 5’s display remains too small. But, trust me, there are going to be many long-time iPhone users complaining that it’s … Read More
Windows Phone 8 may be great, but Microsoft is totally blowing the launch. They can’t afford to. Nokia hasn’t exactly set the market on fire with its Lumia line, which actually isn’t much of an issue since WP8 won’t run … Read More