According to the Associated Press, Apple’s iPhone software… has a glitch, which was just recently found. Several tech blogs report this issue may occur when your phone receives a message with a specific string of […]
Today is so exceptional…we have to They Walk Among Us stories for you! Yay Monday! First we have Clint Chadbourne, who is having some trouble with his seat belt. While on a road trip with […]
Feeling your iPhone doesn’t have enough different imojis?
Do you use the same emojis again and again on the iPhone? I do — and it’s usually because it takes a while to flip through and find new ones. That has changed.
Apple made it official with the new iWatch. It’s supposed to pair up with your iPhone. Finally, there’s an Apple product that I won’t bother buying. I have never owned a watch and never will, […]
Thanks technology! So over the holidays, Fiona downloaded Taylor Swift’s new album for Madi – which I ended up listening to in my truck for about three days straight. Fortunately, I like the album. Then […]
I finally laid my eyes on the new iPhone. It was in the hands of David Rancken (He was holding tight so I wouldn’t steal it) David said he switched from Android, though he’d had an iPhone in the past.
You know how they say there’s an app for everything? Well, it’s true! A new app called Deadline claims it’s able to predict when you’re going to die. The app asks users for such things […]
Sometimes I wonder where people get these ideas or how they come up with them! Jonathan Mann wrote a song with his iPhone. He uses nothing by the autocomplete. When you type a message on […]
My boyfriend’s late model truck has one of those in-dash voice-activated phone system. I have a 14 year old vehicle with a cassette player but…apparently he’s just as unsafe as I am when it comes to making calls in the car. A new study finds that the in-dash systems are even more distracting than picking up the phone! They’re overly complicated and prone to errors. Not that talking to Siri on the iPhone is a walk in the park. A companion study found that trying to get Siri to do what you want is as dangerous as texting.