The controversies associated with unlocking one's iPhone have dogged the smartphone since its origins, but now at last (with some qualifications), it looks like the practice will at last gain some legitimacy. The bill in question only covers the right to switch from one carrier to another, but it's a step forward, and the bill has only one more step to take before it becomes law.
OK, gamers, what are your thoughts on that Xbox One? If you've seen the hardware, you already know it looks pretty huge, which has a lot of fans scratching their heads. Of course, we have yet to get a close look at Sony's upcoming PlayStation 4, but judging from a teaser video released this week, we may not have long to wait -- although it seems many game fans may choose to sit out this generation in favor of mobile devices like the iPad. Are you one of them?
Apple executives are expected to testify on Capitol Hill today to defend the iPhone maker's offshore profits, but Cupertino has attempted to head off any surprises by posting Cook's responses for all to see.
We've all been there: you're just about to hit a high score in Super Hexagon, when suddenly, the cabin door on the airplane closes. Relegated to reading about garden gnomes in Sky Mall magazine, the next 10,000 feet are the longest in history. But Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO) wants to change all of that with proposed legislation to keep our iPads going strong from take-off to landing.
It was well publicized that Apple would be testifying in Washington on location tracking and other mobile privacy issues. Well today was the day, and Apple was well represented by vice president Bud Tribble. More interesting though, was that Tribble revealed that in a forthcoming edition of iOS, the downsized local cache within iOS will become encrypted.
Apple’s iPhone Developer Program has rejected an app that allows people to contact their elected U.S. senators and representatives because the app “ridicules public figures,” according to a rejection letter posted by the artist.