The Wake Up and Smell the Bacon device plugs into the headphone jack of an iPhone, and when it's activated, the device emits a small puff of the scent of bacon, with the accompanying sizzle sound.
Got a graffiti problem in your neighborhood?
‘Hi. I’m Dave. And I’m a postaholic.” I scanned the small crowd in the drab hall. The phone in my hand beeped text alerts.
A state agency has opened an investigation into the conduct of a former Pima County Sheriff’s Department deputy who was fired for engaging in “heavy petting” with a woman while on duty.
Best Buy is running a promotion where customers can save $50 instantly with the purchase of any iPhone with a two year activation on Verizon, AT&T and Sprint. That means the iPhone 5 would be discounted to $149.99.
NEW YORK - Are you ashamed to have a BlackBerry? It's not exactly a status symbol anymore, at least not in the U.S., after it got left in the dust by the iPhone. Now there's a new BlackBerry that wants to get back into the cool club: the Z10.
Canadians got a preview of the new BlackBerry Z10, which will go on sale there on Tuesday. Americans have to wait until March.
NEW YORK - Research in Motion Ltd. unveiled new, versatile BlackBerrys after excruciating delays allowed Apple, Samsung and others to build commanding leads in an industry that is redefining society.
NEW YORK - Like a lot of people, I was happy and relieved to see Google Maps return to the iPhone.
Think of it as the opening act at a concert: Nokia, Motorola and Amazon are unveiling new mobile devices this week before attention turns to a new iPhone and possibly a smaller iPad from Apple.
Samsung’s new music service tries to combine four things into one: an all-you-can-listen plan like Spotify, a pay-per-song store like iTunes, an Internet music storage service like iTunes Match and a radio service like Pandora.
A handful of smartphone applications can help intrepid international travelers stay current on the safety of countries they visit, make changes in hotel reservations, and stay in touch, cheaply, with the folks back home
Cellphone companies and the government are trying to make it as difficult to use a stolen cellphone as it is to sell a stolen car.
The iPhone just got even more far out - into space, that is.