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Steve Jobs Just Might Have Been Wrong About Bigger iPhones

Steve Jobs was wrong about iphone 6

Steve Jobs might not have wanted the larger screen sizes of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, but it seems Apple fans don’t agree with the tech visionary. Phablets have been a growing trend in the American tech market for years now, and Jobs had kept Apple out of the larger screen race. As… Read more »

iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 3 Rumored To Be Coming In October

iPad Air 2 coming on October

Now that Apple has officially unveiled the iPhone 6, the company can turn its attention to the newest iteration of the iPad Air and the iPad Mini. The firm is rumored to be unveiling the iPad Air 2 along with the new Mini 3 sometime in October. It would seem to be poetic justice if… Read more »

iPhone 6 Plus Shipments Delayed By A Month Or More

iPhone 6 Plus sold out

Steve Jobs might have hated the screen size of the iPhone 6 Plus, but it appears Tim Cook and the rest of the U.S. absolutely loves the phablet’s dimensions. While the two newest smartphones from the Cupertino company won’t actually be available in the United States until September 19, both were available for preorder on… Read more »

Tech Giant Acer Releases First-Ever (And Totally Redonkulous) Selfie Hat

Acer Selfie Hat 2

Acer is known for producing a wide range of electronic products like laptops, desktops, tablets, monitors, and projectors. One thing it’s definitely not known for producing is clothing items. However, that’s about to change when Acer officially unveils the first-ever Selfie Hat, which SlashGear describes as “a giant sombrero equipped with a fold-down flap holding… Read more »

iPod Classic End Of Life Comes To Pass

iPod Classic End of Life

Almost 13 years after its original debut in October 2001, the iPod Classic’s end of life has come to pass. As our own Kevin Bostic reported on the arrival of the Apple Watch, the device that changed how people consume music was silently removed without fanfare or mention when the Apple Store site was relaunched… Read more »

Meet Robo Brain, Aka The Google For Robots

Robo Brain

Imagine living life without 24/7/365 access to Google. Better yet, imagine not being able to instantly do any of the following things: Look up the weather forecast for any city in the world. Read dictionary definitions for any word. Find nearby restaurants and grocery stores. Read local and national news stories. Make arithmetic calculations. Find… Read more »

Android Phones Win Smartphone Marketshare War Despite iPhone 6 Buzz

Android Phones seeing sales gain

Android Phones are often thought of as the quirky cousins of the Apple iPhone but it appears that Android and its long ling of phones are making some serious in-roads when it comes to popularity. More importantly to the smartphone market, Android is making some real ground when it comes to phone handset sales. According… Read more »

Cheap Unlocked No-Contract Phones Rock The States

Unlocked No-Contract Phones

Do you like no-contract phones? How about no-contract phones that are unlocked? What about unlocked no-contract phones that are dirt cheap? I ask because according to a review written by ZDNET contributor Matthew Miller, the Huawei Ascend Mate 2 fits these specifications to a T! And unlike other no-contract phones, it actually performs well. Case… Read more »

Hacking Into Internet-Connected Light Bulbs Reveal Wi-Fi Passwords

LIFX bulb

Ever since the initiation of the internet as a vital part of living, the prospect of online crimes was considered to increase. Over the years, this has proven true. From the beginnings of online criminal activity with pirating licensed products, especially through LimeWire, to an anonymous entity (could be one or more people) protesting the… Read more »

Portable Air Conditioners Not All They’re Cut Out To Be

Portable Air Conditioners

Portable air conditioners might not be all that they’re cut out to be. An investigation conducted by Consumer Reports reveals that even the largest portable air conditioners lack the capability to properly cool a room to below 80 degrees. Ouch! What Did They Do? The folks at Consumer Reports set up an experimental room to… Read more »

Cheap Big Screen TVs On Their Way To A Best Buy Near You?

Cheap Big Screen TVs

Big screen TVs are starting to become so ‘cheap’ that more and more Americans are opting to replace their once-coveted 50-inch big screen TVs with giant 65-inch and larger ones, reports the Associated Press. In fact, super-big screen TVs accounted for 25 percent of all TV sales within the past 12 months. Some expect this… Read more »

Google Glass Promotes Its Worth Through The Eyes Of London [VIDEO]

Google glass

Google has been trying to promote their newest product, the Google Glass, as the next big thing in technology and gadgetry. Unfortunately for them, the new tech has been marred with negativity and aggression. So what does Google have to do to open up Google Glass to the public? Simply show it off in everyday… Read more »

USF Students Will Be Allowed To Check-Out Drones From Their Library

Unmanned Drones

Ever since The Inquisitr started to report on drones, the new tech has received mixed opinions. For some, drones are seen as something with the potential to progress the human race; they can be used to bring internet to parts of the world that don’t have it, and then there’s services iTray, a sushi restaurant,… Read more »