Apple iPhone 5
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Autor: Monica Carmona
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Autor: Monica Carmona
Barely into the 2nd quarter of the year and the world is already abuzz with iPhone 6 rumors.
When iPhone accessory startup Typo Products announced its physical keyboard, the company garnered inordinate media attention because one of its founding investors was American Idol host and all-around celebrity, Ryan Seacrest. Now that attention is coming back to haunt the little startup as BlackBerry has decided to sue for patent infringement.
Back in mid-June, we saw a leak of a possible Logitech gamepad controller for the new iPhone 5s, before we knew that it was called an iPhone 5s. Now, another leak shows a much cleaner, color render of a similar Logitech game controller, spurring hopes that the iPhone will get its first gamepad-conversion hardware soon.
The Apple iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s launched on Friday, September 20, and across the country avid Apple fans were lining up to get their hands on the hot new devices first.
A new consumer option offered by Apple that has been rumored for weeks is finally arriving at all Apple Stores nationwide: Now you can trade in your used iPhone towards the purchase of a new one.
First iPhone electrocutions and now Samsung's Galaxy S4 bursts into flames; charging your smartphone in China can be very dangerous, at least according to the news coverage.
Samsung Galaxy S4 users have been waiting for the updated version of the Android 4.2.2 Jellybean, and the wait could be over soon as suggested by recently leaked videos showing the smartphone running the updated Android OS.
Good news for everyone who has a smash-prone life-style and an iPhone without AppleCare protection. Apple has reportedly begun replacing anyone's broken iPhone 5 screens at Apple Stores at a surprisingly competitive price.
It’s always fun to break high-end tech, but sometimes there’s a purpose. Electronics insurer SquareTrade performed a series of abusive tests to compare the durability of the Samsung Galaxy S4 against its main competitor, the Apple iPhone 5, as well as its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S3.
Samsung's Galaxy S4 will be hitting U.S. shores anytime soon, and as consumers scramble to keep up with the latest technology, there's one important question that should be asked: Is it for you? Here, we take a look at how the Galaxy S4's stacks up against another behemoth, the iPhone 5.
Have an iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S but really want an iPhone 5? Now a new trade-in program from T-Mobile will let you trade your old iPhone for a big discount on a new one.
As expected, T-Mobile announced today that it is jettisoning the traditional two-year contract structure used by the other major carriers and switching solely to contract-free wireless plans.
The BlackBerry Z10 is set to hit the U.S. in the next week or two, so how does it stack up to the phone to beat, the Apple iPhone 5?