Apple successfully cornered most of the smartphone industry’s profits in the most recent financial quarter. A new report from analysts at BMO Capital Markets estimates the Cupertino, California-based company managed to nab an incredible 103.6 percent of the handset industry’s operating
Windows/Mac: If you want to move a file, whether it’s a video, ebook, ringtone, or whatever else, from your computer to your iPhone, you’d usually need to use iTunes. Waltr allows you to skip iTunes, or skip wires altogether.
One of the biggest accomplishments that a professor can achieve is reaching tenure, a process that is surely expedited by having your paper recognized by a scientific conference. Unfortunately, how Christoph Bartneck got to that point leaves more questions than answers, reports
Washington State University took a huge step toward improved cancer detection and research with its newly portable laboratory that takes advantage of a smartphone’s technologies.
Apple is putting a lot of faith into its customers' hands. The company is stopping the practice of tethering iPhones to demo desks. (It's a common practice, and pretty much everyone does it for their top smartphones).