The name \”Tom Hanks\” doesn\’t just sell movie tickets — one of the most popular iPad apps is the actor/producer/director\’s Hanx Writer app, which replicates the manual typewriter experience.
A tour bus driver hired to take families to Kings Dominion spent
part of the trip fooling around with his iPad that was propped up on his steering
Apple\’s new iOS 8 is said to work better with Mac devices and enable more multitasking capabilities.
The face of the family computer is changing quickly — tablets continue to flourish as PC sales continue to decline.
Apple Inc. said Saturday that it has issued a \”patch\” to fix an encryption gap that would allow hackers to steal personal data, including emails and financial information, from millions of users on their personal mobile devices.
Young children seem to gravitate to mobile technology. A long-time child educator says kids with devices are learning faster than ever before.
Parents need to put their foot down when it comes to electronics in the bedroom.
Apple is expected to unveil new versions of its iPad tablets in today\’s announcement in San Francisco, which will take place at 1 p.m. Eastern. Here\’s what the experts predict.
Many may not realize when they upgraded their iPhone\’s operating
system, they lost 3.1 gigabytes of space. So it\’ll soon be time to clean out the
cobwebs on your phone.
New motion analysis software, loaded onto an iPad, can help athletes and their trainers figure out why they\’re not performing up to their potential. Local company Spark Motion\’s clients include NBA, NFL, MLB, and NHL team.
With the immediate future of iPhone clear, the future of a groundbreaking Apple mobile device is less clear. The iPod Classic is apparently entering the twilight of its life.
Play a sport, get an iPad.
Hairy hipsters at the National Zoo are using Apple iPads in the warmth of the Great Ape House, as the Washington area endures a bitter cold snap.
The move follows recent concern over lithium batteries found in tablets, smartphones and other electronic devices, that some international trade agencies believe could explode while aboard a plane. Companies that make these products currently charge extra for precautionary measures while shipping, mitigating the risk of an explosion, FastCompany.com reports.
A popular app used to take and share photos is no longer just for iPhone and iPod Touch users.