Music has come a long way since the days of the gramophone. We have sang along with the tune of turn table and 8-tracks. We have danced to the beats from a boom box. Grappled in frustration via cassette tapes and screamed at scratched CDs. But in 2003 Apple launched the iTunes store. Welcome in digital music!
An app that will forever make my life less complicated—say hello to “Where’s My Droid”—the app that helps you track down your lost phone.
Between this and more, you don’t have to look too far to realize that we are truly living in a golden age for mobility.
I just read a staggering statistic that more people on this Earth have a cellphone than a toilet. It really puts into perspective just how important mobile media has become. With AT&T and Verizon, the iPhone and the Android, we’ve seen it—the race is on to be the king of mobile. Who will win? Time […]
Before I made the decision to cut the cord to my cable TV services, I did some testing to see if I could access any over the air HD channels with some old rabbit ears antenna. After running 100 feet of cable out into my yard, I was able to access all of the major […]
Android market share has risen sharply this year at Apple’s iOS operating system’s expense. By cozying up to developers, the company is hoping to build loyalty for their platform and curtail competitor momentum.
Samsung recently shed some light on their much anticipated iPad rival, the Galaxy Tab. The new toy has many of the same features as the iPad, but with a few advantages.
With mobile web access becoming more commonplace due to the widespread adoption of iPhone and Android-based smartphones, we are rapidly reaching a point where people can reasonably expect to be able to be connected to the internet at all times.
Apple has arranged for the updated iPhone news to be released today during their WWDC Conference.
Envato, makers of ActiveDen, AudioJungle and the Tuts+ Network of sites have a brand new tutorial site for mobile called Mobiletuts+.
Google announced yesterday about the pending release of Google TV. Regardless of the implications of Google’s presence in broadcast television, the possibilities of Google TV are truly exciting.
Square has launched their free iPhone/iPad and Android applications that allow people to accept credit card payments on-the-go