It's hard to believe that the Apple iPhone will be celebrating its 10th anniversary this year. Since then, smartphones have become truly ubiquitous.
And with that in mind, some shore towns want to make it easier for you to stay powered up while you spend a day at the beach.
Pokémon Go fever may be one of the fastest breakout fads ever. In only a week, it has become one of the most used apps in the countries that it was officially released in. In that time, you may have noticed hordes of people wandering around staring at their phones. Particularly in Downtown Toms River. Here's why:
April Fools Day pranks can be fun and funny. And then there are the times that they blow up in the faces of the would-be pranksters. That's exactly what happened to one online marketing company earlier this week.
This looks like what I imagine the artificial intelligence systems from Spike Jonze's "Her" would do if they were put in a room together. Or the beginning of a joke, "three smartphones are hanging out in a bar talking.." So what happens exactly when you get a few smart phones to start talking to each other? Watch below to get an idea:
I have openly admitted right here in these pages that I like my gadgets and that I preordered an iPhone 6 in the wee hours of the morning to ensure a launch-day delivery. But the conversations on some online message boards have made me look perfectly sane.
One surefire way to spot someone on the cutting edge of technology is if they're sporting Google's exclusive wearable computer, "Google Glass". Until today, you had to be someone in the know to score the desirable device. As of this writing, you can go buy it for yourself, for a limited time of course. But is it worth it?
It blows my mind how much technology has advanced in such a relatively short period of time. It was only one generation ago, when I was a kid, where our "high tech" toys were things like the Speak & Spell. These days, some toddlers' first toys are iPads and smartphones. Are they starting too young though?