We've heard in the past that Taco Bell is developing an app that'll let you order tacos in advance on your iPhone, and now Bloomberg reports that Burger King is paving the way for similar smartphone-dependent technologies in its own stores. Starting next month, you'll be able to pay for your burgers at the counter with your iPhone app at select locations; within a "few months," all of Burger King's roughly 7,000 restaurants in the U.S. will support the service.
Despite widespread images of shattered iPhone screens across the internet, a new study of customer data from a smartphone insurance service claims Apple's devices are treated less roughly than rival handsets.
When LG says, "Talk to the hand" they mean it! Wait until you get a load of the Korean manufacturer's latest commercial for the LG G Flex, which finds a seemingly normal dude making out with his hand by the end of the two-minute spot. (If you don't believe us, just fast-forward.) Thankfully, not all of Thursday's news was quite so bizarre, and we're talking about the weekend that SXSW kicks off in Austin here...
After raising the ire of BlackBerry fans with an offer to switch to iPhone, T-Mobile US debuted an offer just for those users -- but it turns out the majority of them wound up ditching their BlackBerry anyway.
Few would disagree that the original iPhone was revolutionary, but a former Apple senior director apparently feels otherwise, going so far as to dismiss the iconic smartphone for not being all that fantastic.
Who would ever think that a $99 dongle that attaches to your automobile could be so powerful? Automatic Link certainly did, and now that their hardware integrates with IFTTT, it can do oh so much more than ever before.
Last year, the top three Russian wireless carriers all ditched the iPhone after claiming Apple's terms of sales weren't favorable. Flash-forward to today, and the same carriers have little choice but to sign on the dotted line again.
When you bought your last iPhone, did you throw the last one into a kitchen drawer and forget about it? If so, you're not the only one. According to OnePoll's "Mobile Mountain Study" for SellCell.com conducted last month (via Cult of Mac), around 50 percent of Americans are hanging on to their old iPhones, which means that around $13.4 billion in usable inventory is just sitting around going to waste.