• Apple Sees First-Ever iPhone Sales Dip

    Apple Sees First-Ever iPhone Sales Dip

    According to Tuesday's results, Apple sold 51.2 million smartphones in the most recent quarter, down from 74.
  • iPhone Sales To Blame For Apple Earnings Tumble

    iPhone Sales To Blame For Apple Earnings Tumble

    These numbers mark a significant 13% decline from the same quarter a year ago, when Apple generated $58 billion in revenue, $13.This marks the first drop in iPhone sales since the product line was launched in 2007.
  • Google Cloud Conundrum: 7 Questions That Need Answering

    Google Cloud Conundrum: 7 Questions That Need Answering

    Still, many questions remain about whether Google's cloud will ever be a serious enterprise contender.If you had asked me five years ago who the top three cloud providers in the world would be in 2016, I would have undoubtedly included Google Cloud Platform (GCP) on that list.
  • Google Expands Free Apps For Work Offer

    Google Expands Free Apps For Work Offer

    In October, Google began subsidizing Google Apps for Work for business customers locked into Enterprise Agreements (EAs), as a way to encourage them to consider Google's software.The company claims that the security benefits of Google Apps are particularly useful to mid-market businesses.
  • 10 Top Apps That Are Even Better on the iPad Pro

    10 Top Apps That Are Even Better on the iPad Pro

    The iPad Pro's new A9X chip has specs that bring the device within striking distance of low-end MacBooks.With this list, we gather iPad Pro apps that let you get serious work done.
  • India to Require Panic Buttons on Phones

    India to Require Panic Buttons on Phones

    Starting next year, all mobile phones sold across India must include a panic button, local news outlets are reporting.In addition, by 2018, all cell phones need to come with a built-in GPS chip, so a person in trouble can be more easily found.
  • 10 Google Maps tips and tricks to get you from point A to B, or even add a C

    10 Google Maps tips and tricks to get you from point A to B, or even add a C

    Are you using all that Google Maps has to offer?Below are 10 tips for getting most out of the maps app you already know and love.
  • How Much Would You Pay for Lunch With Tim Cook?

    How Much Would You Pay for Lunch With Tim Cook?

    Ever wish you could sit down with Tim Cook and pick his brain over a bite to eat?The winning bidder will get to spend an hour of alone time with the CEO over lunch at Apple's headquarters in Cupertino, and receive two VIP passes to an Apple keynote event.
  • Texting While Walking? These Sidewalks Will Protect You

    Texting While Walking? These Sidewalks Will Protect You

    While pedestrians distracted by smartphones are nothing new, Augsburg's solution addresses a menace to distracted pedestrians that's more prevalent in Europe than in the United States: quiet electric streetcars.German media reports that at least two pedestrians have been injured in tram collisions in Augsburg while looking at their phones.
  • HTC 10 vs. LG G5: Which flagship should you buy?

    HTC 10 vs. LG G5: Which flagship should you buy?

    After months of leaks and rumors, the HTC 10 is finally here.The next-generation phone replaces the M9 as the company’s flagship, bringing with it a powerful chipset, a sleek design, and powerful camera capabilities.
  • BlackBerry Pushes Marshmallow Update To Priv

    BlackBerry Pushes Marshmallow Update To Priv

    0 Marshmallow update to its Priv smartphone this week comes with a significant security patch.0 Marshmallow system update available to its BlackBerry Priv smartphone.
  • Gmail For Android Adds Microsoft Exchange Support

    Gmail For Android Adds Microsoft Exchange Support

    The Gmail for Android update now allows support for Microsoft Exchange, and users can download the latest version of the application from Google Play, though the rollout may take a few days to reach all users.Although some Gmail for Android users already had Exchange support, it was limited to owners of Google Nexus devices, while the update app offers support for all Android-based devices.
  • Small World 2 (for Android)

    Small World 2 (for Android)

    ) but still have a lust for conquest, consider Small World 2.Note that it doesn't include any of the elements from the Small World Underground or Small World Realms expansions to the physical game.
  • Starbucks has an emoji keyboard, so send a Frappuccino with that smiley face

    Starbucks has an emoji keyboard, so send a Frappuccino with that smiley face

    It’s a keyboard app, which features Starbucks-themed emojis.That’s right, forget little emoji poo, or that face that may or may not be a scream, now you can say it with a frosty Frappuccino.
  • Smartwatches Still Lack Killer App

    Smartwatches Still Lack Killer App

    The next Apple Watch is likely to have built-in cellular connectivity, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.0 will address a significant shortcoming of the initial Apple Watch -- its need to be paired with an iPhone for many tasks.
  • iPhone Sales Slump May Affect Apple's Earnings

    iPhone Sales Slump May Affect Apple's Earnings

    Barclays analyst Mark Moskowitz anticipates sales of the iPhone will decline over the next couple of fiscal quarters, Bloomberg reported.Kuo foresees a worst-case situation would involve Apple selling 190 million iPhones during its fiscal 2016 calendar.
  • Agile Analytics: 11 Ways To Get There

    Agile Analytics: 11 Ways To Get There

    Becoming more agile -- and succeeding at it -- isn't always easy given existing technology investments, constant technological evolution, and lingering cultural obstacles.No matter how agile your company is or isn't now, consider these important points.
  • As you wish: 5 on-demand startups deliver what you want, when you want it

    As you wish: 5 on-demand startups deliver what you want, when you want it

    It’s why she took it upon herself to try and bring the taste of her mother’s seven-veggies couscous to New York.You can order a dish from any listed country, and a chef will fire up the stove.
  • IoT Security Will Reach $840 Million By 2020, Gartner Finds

    IoT Security Will Reach $840 Million By 2020, Gartner Finds

    With the connected world of the Internet of Things (IoT) on the rise, and expected to be an increasing focus for malware attacks in enterprises, Gartner believes worldwide spending on IoT security will reach $348 million in 2016, up 24% over 2015 spending, according to an April 25 report.Over the next few years, IoT security spending will initially be "moderate," according to Gartner, and will rise to $547.
  • Doro PhoneEasy 626 (Consumer Cellular)

    Doro PhoneEasy 626 (Consumer Cellular)

    The $50 Doro PhoneEasy 626 on Consumer Cellular is an inexpensive, easy-to-use flip phone with great call quality.Compare Similar ProductsCompare Doro PhoneEasy 618 (Consumer Cellular) %displayPrice% Samsung Jitterbug Plus (GreatCall) %displayPrice% Doro 824 SmartEasy (Consumer Cellular) %displayPrice% Snapfon ezTWO (Unlocked) %displayPrice% Huawei Vision 3 LTE (Consumer Cellular) %displayPrice% Doro PhoneEasy 410gsm %displayPrice% SpareOne Emergency Phone (AT&T) %displayPrice% Doro PhoneEasy 345gsm %displayPrice% Design and FeaturesThe PhoneEasy 626 is a clamshell phone that comes in black, burgundy, or silver; we tested the burgundy model.