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February market share saw continued changes to mobile and webmail stats as Gmail continues to upset previous trends.
A steady rain failed to dampen news-gathering efforts at the South by Southwest Interactive trade show Saturday evening.
Last week you read of my decision and first few hours after switching from an iPhone to a Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Friday, the next morning started off with errands.
On its own, the iPad is capable of accomplishing a great number of day to day tasks.
Takes one to know one, Blackberry. The CEO of the beleaguered Canadian smartphone manufacturer - which recently celebrated achieving its first 0% market share since the smartphone wars started - is now calling iPhone owners "wall huggers."
In early December, Sgt. 1st Class James Vester was responding to a Craigslist ad for an iPad when he was shot and killed in an apparent robbery on Indianapolis' west side.
Auto ambitions are fueling both Apple and Google. Apple's technology is called CarPlay, enabling iPhones to plug into cars so drivers can call up maps, make calls and request music with voice commands or a touch on a vehicle's dashboard screen.
If you use an Apple iPhone, iPad or Mac computer, your next car purchase may be Apple equipped.
Neel Kashkari reported receiving salary of more than $100,000 from Newport Beach-based Pacific Investment Management Co.
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Q. I'm traveling to Mexico for spring break and my Spanish is a little bit rusty.
An application recently unveiled by the Putnam County Sheriff's Department allows users to report criminal activity, leave tips, attach a photograph and receive messages from the department through the user's smartphone or tablet.
Stanford University School of Medicine researchers have developed two inexpensive adapters that enable a smartphone to capture high-resolution images from the front and back of the eye.
Jersey: The oddest story of the week has to be the New Jersey teenager who is suing her parents for financial support, seeking $650 in weekly child support plus tuition at a private high school.
A Longfield man who groomed a 12-year-old girl on a social networking site has admitted three counts of sexual activity with a child and possessing more than 200 indecent images.