We all know that time is money, and now you can turn that metaphor into a your own literal, sci-fi-powered reminder when storing cash.
If you're one of those readers who thinks that we tend to jabber on too much about the iPhone here at Dvice, here's a mind-numbing statistic to chew on. Just released global sales figures for the last quarter show that during that period, Apple sold more new iPhones that the total number of babies born worldwide.
The Jawbone Up had ample time to establish its fitness calculating credibility and cool points, but now Nike has joined the race and, in typical fashion, their version of the wrist band activity monitor is just cooler than the rest.
No one wants a scratched iPhone, so where better to look for a solution to scratches and dings than the auto industry? Nissan has developed a smartphone case prototype called "Scratch Shield" using a mix of a high grade plastic and a paint with a chemical make up that reacts to changes and "heals" scratches.
At CES, we spotted Liquipel's nano technology that completely coats iPhones with a waterproof layer. Looks like HzO, a competitor that does the exact same thing managed to pique Apple's interest at the show.
Not be left behind in every other smartphone and tablet maker's dust, the latest iOS 5.1 beta has code pointing to quad-core devices being tested internally. Is the iPhone 5 and iPad 3 going to be bigger leap than we thought?
Bloomberg is reporting that research from network researchers Arieso claims iPhone 4S users are burning through their data twice as fast as regular iPhone users. The culprit? Siri. Who knew that Siri was such a hungry little data leech?
For all the kind and helpful advice that Apple's Siri personal assistant gives out, don't ever catch it on a bad day, or it'll tell you off in ways your mother would not approve.
Apple's Siri is quickly becoming the most loved "personal assistant" ever created. The funny folks over at Rooster Teeth decided to mock Siri's intelligence with a parody called Siri: The Holiday Horror Movie where she's a serial killer.
Coming fresh off an epic night of comedy on Saturday Night Live last weekend, talk show host and comedian Jimmy Fallon has released his own iPhone app which turns out to be not just funny, but actually useful.