1 hr ago | Creative Loafing Atlanta
Major crime in Atlanta has dropped 18 percent over the past three years, but that doesn't mean people feel safer.
2 hrs ago | Macworld UK
There's nothing like exclusive, high resolution, leaked photographs of arcane internal iPhone components to trigger the gaga reflex in the iOSphere.
3 hrs ago | The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW)
The last time I talked to the guys from Happy Owl Studio, they were busy cranking out great-looking leather bags for Apple devices .
7 hrs ago | Kamloops This Week
At one-square inch - not counting the connector post - Square Register is a tiny gizmo that has attracted attention from several Kamloops businesses.
Thirty-party apps didn't exist when the iPhone first launched in 2007. At that time Apple offered its own set of built-in iOS apps and users were relegated to Web apps if they wanted tools made by someone else.
Police investigators told the newspaper that the suspect dragged the teen, who tried to hold onto the device, back toward the car.
CHICAGO , May 19, 2013 A few weeks ago, a girl dumped 16 ounces of water directly into the keyboard of her Macbook Pro.
Greg Sullivan, Microsoft's Windows Phone marketing lead, was grinning from ear to ear when we sat down for an interview earlier this week.
It's just about that time of the year again when, as Alice Cooper would say, "school's out for summer." But for some students, "school's out forever." What does that mean? It means it's time for a graduation gift! Whether they're graduating high school or college, just about every grad needs some kind of tech gadget to prepare them for the next ... (more)
Facing stiff competition and tepid demand, Google Wallet has not made a big splash in the world of mobile payments.
This information was supplied by the Ellisville Police Department . It does not indicate a conviction where an arrest was made.
Just take my middle and high school years where every morning, at 6:55, I flipped on my Walkman and began the trudge down the hill to the bus stop.
Kerry Washington from the ABC's "Scandal," is shown on a TV monitor as an iPad displays the show page.
The U.S. Air Force has opened up about how the iPad will help it realize over US$50 million in savings over the next ten years, as 18,000 iPads replace flight manuals.
Warner Music Group and Universal Music are both excited about Apple's planned streaming service , but Sony Music is apparently hung up on how much it gets paid for songs that are skipped.