Fed up with Apple and ready to switch to an Android phone? Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn explains what you need to know.
Amazon shoppers using Apple devices had a home-decorating advantage, until now.
A Virginia man has been convicted of voluntary manslaughter for fatally shooting a teenager who tried to steal an iPhone from him.
As society spends more time looking at screens, experts say it’s up to parents to model good digital behavior for their kids. One expert on the subject has put together a contract for families regarding online behavior and limits.
Apple’s recent admission that they have been intentionally slowing down older iPhones has many users upset. Data Doctors’ Ken Colburns has tips on what you can do if your iPhone is slowing down.
From the silly to the heartfelt, here is a sampling of the best Christmas commercials of 2017. See videos.
Apple iPhone owners from several states are suing the tech giant for not disclosing sooner that it had issued software updates deliberately slowing older-model phones so aging batteries lasted longer.
Apple routinely releases a new version of its operating system whenever it introduces new phones. Here are Data Doctor’s Ken Colburn guidelines for those updates.
Apple’s iPhone X went on sale Friday, as the company scrambles to meet demand for a marquee device that sports a lush screen, facial-recognition skills and a $1,000 price tag.
Friday marked the kickoff for iPhone X preorders, Apple’s much-anticipated 10th-anniversary edition of its iPhone.
In the world of smartphones, the Android vs. iPhone battle is similar to Ford vs. Chevy with passionately avid fans on both sides. So, if you are making the switch, how can you make it go as smoothly as possible?
The iPhone 8 will do just fine for $300 less than the glitzy iPhone X , even though it won’t make your friends and colleagues jealous.
More than 263,000 iPhone cases sold worldwide have been recalled after about two dozen reports of skin irritation and chemical burns after contact with the product.
The conflict between the tech giant and Qualcomm (which manufactures iPhone parts) centers on how much Apple should be paying to use technology similar to Qualcomm’s.
Apple is developing a feature that would allow users to unlock their iPhones by scanning their face.