I love my iPhone, but I hate the lame cases that Apple offers for them. Fortunately, a good friend of mine pointed out to me that I didn`t need to buy everything Apple makes (just all my technology! Hehe) and that it is possible to find fashionable iPhone cases if it did a bit of...

Buying an Apple iPhone 5 is a significant investment, both financially and socially. Arguably the most revolutionary mobile device to-date, the iPhone is your slim, lightweight connection to your friends, family, and the rest of the world. So, it would be understandable that you would want the...

I have gone against my promise to never ever buy an Apple Product (other than the 1st Gen iMac that I grabbed at a flea market). It was Valentine's Day and my dearest wife had been hinting to me the whole month that Valentine's Day would be so lovely with an iPod. (Actually, I have been...

at Apple Watch* ME: Never mind. I want someone else to tell me what time it is now. The Apple Watch: The answer to a question you didn't ask, for a price you can't afford. Know how a lot of mechanical watches are forged by artisans? Can't say the same for Apple's 10k watch, which was made...

lined up outside Apple's Zurich boutique to be the first in the nation to snatch up the new device, which went on sale here Friday. The 23-year-old student said he hasn't owned a watch since his Flik Flak, a Swiss-made children's watch that Swatch Group AG introduced in the 1980s. Now he's...

In comparison to the $349 USD sport version, some may consider the price difference to be quite drastic, however the potential of this luxury version dubbed "Apple Watch Edition" is undeniable and will likely usher in a demand for luxury brands to put their spin on the watch's unique band...

According to the poll, adults aged between 30 and 39 were the most likely buyers, with 13 percent saying they planed to buy an Apple Watch, followed by 10 percent of 18-to-29-year-olds. Just under a third of respondents said they already own an iPhone. Not surprisingly, iPhone owners...

According to the Wall Street Journal, Apple is testing a paper-thin watch gadget, which would compete with Pebble, FitBit and Nike FuelBand: Apple Inc. is experimenting with designs for a watch-like device that would perform some functions of a smartphone, according to people briefed on the...

The ongoing smart device war continues to wage as news has broken that Apple is testing new iPhones and iPads with larger screens. The Wall Street Journal recently reported that Apple's Asian market suppliers were providing prototypes with larger screens, with iPhones increasing their width...

Other announcements included plans to fight for a slice of the wearable technology market with the launch of an Apple Watch in early 2015. The phone come fitness tracker, which will be available with various faces and straps, will go up against other planed products from the likes of HP...

 

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