A picture says a thousand words, and though cartoonish emoticons might not be the most beautiful images around, we reckon they’re still worth a few dozen, especially in the limited character count of a tweet or a text message. To send smiley faces with a bit more personality than a colon and parenthesis can offer, plus loads of other weird and wonderful icons, follow the steps below to add a whole new keyboard to your device – but be aware that they’ll only show up on other iOS devices and OS X 10.7.
Having some trouble with your iOS device showing up in iTunes? This week, we'll help you fix that. We'll also look at alternatives to the short sync and docking cable that Apple supplies with your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, and we'll wrap things up with a tip on how to add the amusing Emoji icons to your text messaging.
Just because your iPhone fits squarely inside your hand doesn’t mean you always have to enjoy it on your own -- several apps let you connect with friends to share locations and photos, or even have a little fun while together. Here are eight excellent options.
Not even the most rousing sea shanty will help pirates struck by the iService Trojan horse. Apple COO Tim Cook finally kills the iPhone nano rumor mill and Robbie is a little too excited to have Emoji on his iPhone.
A Canadian is chosen for our weekly, "Keep or Delete." Each week we download and review the free iTunes song of the week and decide whether we're going to keep or delete the file. This week's artist: