Most of us are too busy to learn all the things our smartphones are capable of doing. Here are 12 tips and tricks for using iPhone tools you may not have known existed.
WASHINGTON (AP) — George Washington University says Apple CEO Tim Cook will deliver the school’s commencement speech on the National Mall in May. The university announced Wednesday that Cook will be the featured speaker and…
WASHINGTON — Maybe you’re hunkered down, anticipating the snowstorm that’s been predicted. While you’re busy stocking up on de-icer and toilet paper and charging your electronics, cyber crooks are busy too. “It’s never too cold for…
WASHINGTON — Many of the shiny electronics found under Christmas trees this year included an Apple logo, as iPhones and iPads accounted for more than half of all mobile devices activated during the holiday. According…
With all the recent news about Apple security holes and issues, is it time to install antivirus software on Mac laptops? Ken Colburn, of the Data Doctors, has the answer.
Some users of the new iPhone 6 Plus are reporting a persistent and mysterious problem — their new mobile device, in some cases, continually crashes and reboots itself.
Imagine hackers sitting right in front of your computer — a programming bug called Bash Bug is making certain operation systems vulnerable and experts warn it\’s time to take steps to protect computers.
With all of the issues iOS 8 has had, is there any reason to take the update? Ken Colburn with Data Doctors has the answer.
You may want to refrain from putting the newest iPhone in
your back pocket after reports of the phones bending.
The uproar over Apple\’s decision to put U2\’s new album directly on users\’ mobile devices, for free, has competed for attention with the tech giant\’s new products. A roundup of industry professionals dissects one of history\’s strangest publicity stunts.
It\’s one of the strangest publicity stunts in memory — the unexpected arrival of U2\’s new album on iPhones, whether the owner wants it or not. And, how to get rid of it.
With Apple\’s unveiling of its latest phone and a smartwatch, the stand-alone MP3 player has died.
Apple announced last week that a small percentage of the iPhone 5 devices sold between September 2012 and January 2013 have defective batteries.
The world\’s biggest online retailer is set to announce details of its new smartphone, which is expected to have 3D features.
Rumors surrounding Apple\’s long-anticipated iWatch may be coming true this October.