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Quadcopters are a lot of fun, especially when they come equipped with a high definition camera. They allow you to take professional looking video and offer a unique vantage point with which to view your surroundings. Now you can get… Read more ›

From minor controversies like Antenna-gate, to being kicked out of his own company and then returning triumphantly, Steve Jobs got out of plenty of tight squeezes in his life. Now that he’s gone, it seems that that same spirit of… Read more ›

Buddhist temple refuses man’s iPhone 6 donation

It was recently Chinese New Year, and to celebrate, thousands of people flocked to a well-known Buddhist temple in the country’s Guangdong province to make offerings. One Apple super-fan apparently decided to eschew cash donations for something far more valuable, however: his new… Read more ›

BlackBerry’s smartphone business is imploding in a big way in the U.K., where the company is currently losing around 56,000 users every month to Android, iOS, and Windows Phone, new research shows. Just two years ago, the Canadian company had around… Read more ›

Tonight, history is made as Modern Family becomes the first major TV show to ever air an episode shot almost entirely using Apple products — ranging from the iPhone 6 and iPad Air 2 to MacBook FaceTime cameras. But while Apple… Read more ›

Why Apple’s new emojis aren’t racist

When you’re a company the size of Apple, sometimes you’re damned if you do, and damned if you don’t. Having recently paved the way for racially diverse emoji by adding them to both Mac and iOS, Apple is now being… Read more ›

Late last week, we reported on the newest leak from Edward Snowden, indicating that the NSA had hacked the SIM cards of pretty much every smartphone on Earth. iPhones included. It looked bad. The hack allowed the NSA to tap… Read more ›

iTunes and AOL end their love affair

Many of us have had AOL accounts throughout the years, but if you’re still using your AOL account to log into iTunes, you’re soon to be S-O-L: Apple has just announced that customers who use an AOL username to sign-in… Read more ›

Mercedes-Benz already lost a key employee to Apple’s project Titan, but Daimler AG chairman Dieter Zetsche says he’s not losing any sleep thinking about Cupertino’s rumored self-driving car. At the launch of the new Mercedes-AMG C63 sports sedan in Portugal… Read more ›

The question of when European iPhone owners can expect to start using Apple Pay may be answered sooner rather than later. Visa Europe has announced that it is putting in place the infrastructure to allow contactless payment terminals to support the… Read more ›