For some, one of the most annoying things about setting up webmail services in recent years is the new demand from companies for your personal phone number. Now a new app for the iPhone is poised to turn the tables by offering disposable phone numbers.
The next iPhone's launch is so close that we practically know everything there is to know before Apple's even announced it (assuming the rumors and leaks are all true). One thing you probably didn't know was that the next iPhone will be super thin.
External battery packs are great, except they're hindered only by how much capacity they come with. Exogear's Exovolt Plus is different — it's stackable — meaning you can pile on as many together and create a battery powerful enough to recharge even the biggest power guzzling gadgets.
Current programmable robots are either prohibitively expensive or require a high level of technical expertise. But what if you could take your iPhone, download an app, and instantly have a rudimentary robot? Well that day has arrived.
Wearable technology for things like tracking your exercise progress or monitoring your location have led the way in the category, but a new project delves more into the personal expression side of things.
There are a number of ways to acquire and use an iPhone without a contract, but most of them require some clever workaround. Now a new device promises to give you the functionality of the iPhone for the low cost of the iPod Touch.
iPhone fans won't have much longer to wait. With the last leak of parts all but confirming the next iPhone's larger screen and slimmer profile, all ears are now hearing that Apple will announce the smartphone in early September with a launch shortly after.
Comical as Samsung and Apple's court feuds over smartphone and tablet design are, there's at least one great thing that's come out of it all: Apple prototypes. Six more early iPhone prototypes have been revealed with designs that bare little resemblance to today's iPhone.
Steve Jobs once said "Good artists copy; great artists steal" and "We have always been shameless about stealing great ideas." So it's not surprising that Apple, now embroiled in a patent war with Samsung over the look of its iPhone and iPad might have borrowed the iPhone's design from another company: Sony.
We all know touchscreens are cool, but when it comes to typing long messages, they still leave something to be desired. To remedy this problem a new iPhone case offers what may be the Holy Grail of iPhone keyboards.