The Pirate Bay streams movies, Twitter is evolving into Facebook, Facebook usurps Kevin Bacon, The Malware Museum travels back in time, and Tim Cook sells the iPhone camera short.
Error 53 can kill your iPhone, Google uses ads to deter terrorism, Yahoo Games is no more, The Frinkiac is a search engine for The Simpsons, and the robot golfer who scored a hole-in-one.
Apple moves beyond the iPhone, Foursquare plans your next vacation, GoPro and Periscope are a match made in Heaven, the Microsoft executive caught using an iPhone, and a rapper and a physicist argue about science.
Visiting this website on a smartphone could cause a crash, and people are sending it around as a prank.
Why sell or throw away your old smartphone when there are so many ways for you to reuse it? Some of those reuses might be more creative than you thought. Here are some ideas.
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The ability to restrict the use of an iPhone is just another set of underused iOS features, and it’s handy both for parents and tweakers alike.
We’ve sorted through the stream of new apps that arrived in 2015 and devised a list of our favourites just for you.
Disney has revamped and re-released the Star Wars iOS app, but it’s not the only mobile companion on the App Store.
Turn your iPhone into a handy travel tool, not just incredibly efficient way of racking up expensive roaming charges.
Mozilla has killed Firefox OS on phones, unmasking the creator of Bitcoin, everything wrong with the iPhone Smart Battery Case, Donald Trump hates the Internet, and the plight of Instagram Husbands.
If you see an advert in an iOS app, it probably isn’t an iAd.
In the past, accessibility has been seen as optional or a nice “bonus” feature, but that view is outdated. Here are 10 apps that make life easier for a wide variety of iPhone users.
iOS 9 requires a six-digit passcode, but you can change it back to four digits if you prefer the convenience.
From saving your battery life to guarding your privacy, here are 10 iOS 9 additions that definitely deserve their 15 minutes of fame.
Facebook empathizes with poor people, CBS brings Star Trek back, Chrome OS isn’t going anywhere, James Bond refused to use an Android, and watch a documentary about female coders on YouTube.
Also, the $250 OnePlus X looks really nice but the buying process is Kafka-esque, Google Play now allows $400 apps, iPhone alarms are failing people, and GoPro’s experimental drone takes great footage.
Verdicts on the new Apple TV, Google forms a ring around the world, Facebook culls Candy Crush Saga invites, Snapchat speeds up, slows down, and rewinds your videos, and watching iPhones drown is oddly satisfying.
Shooting down drones invading your privacy, messaging strangers on Facebook, abandoning Android for iOS, advertising Twitter on TV, and the world’s slowest Rube Goldberg machine.
When you find yourself without a charger, you can use this quick tip to squeeze a few more hours out of your battery.
You might be surprised: Apple didn’t invent as many things as you think…
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You and your family members probably have separate iTunes accounts for your app and music purchases, but there’s no reason you should be paying for the same apps multiple times.
HTC copies Apple, Browser Popcorn runs out of time, Giphy helps you create GIFs, the best way of destroying drones, and celebrating Back to the Future Day.
Because your iPhone needs a Halloween costume too.
Spoiler alert: if you like iPhones, you’re probably going to love the iPhone 6s. But are you really surprised?