And there's no more appropriate way to bring in Easter than with a favorite treat of many: Peeps! Or Androids! Why not both!?
We are nearly to Chinese New Year 2018 and as it is the year of the dog, Dead Zebra has created a dog-styled Android minifigure.
The CEO of Apple gave a talk to Oxford students about business strategies and goals. People couldn't help but notice the iPhone X stuck out of his pocket.
They're a dime a dozen to make and can be used for almost anything you want. But in China, they're sold for $20 a pop to prevent Face ID fails.
In celebration of the meeting between the US and Russian presidents at the G-20 summit in Hamburg, Germany, a company decided to plate a Nokia 3310 in gold.
But she does turn her head when people start asking Siri questions on their iPhones or tapping Alexa on their Echo speakers...
Two Chinese dudes took two mid-range phones, nitpicked on each's performance with video games and then smashed walnuts to pieces with each of them.
Talk about a literal hot mess. Except this one's totally satirical and takes aim at the global smartphone brand behind the Note 7.
It's the Friday after the Google Pixel has gone on sale, so here's something you can enjoy on your coffee break: an Easter egg address.
The uniform is a blue tee with an Apple logo on the top right. If you have that, you can "be" an Apple Store employee and walk away with all the iPhones!
One bill would force phone makers to put porn filters on their products. Would they be willing to go to the effort of blocking content for their users?
Police in Alliance, Ohio, are asking customers of Steve Notman to stop texting the phone they are looking at, asking for more drugs.
J-Pop group lyrical school decided to go against the grain and debut their new song "RUN and RUN" with a vertical music video based on iOS.
There's some contention when you mention Alexander Graham Bell's name around historian, but it is supposed he made the first phone call, ever.
But that's if enough people support a project currently making the rounds on the Lego Ideas site. The iOS and Android game gets a fresh, physical take.
Are we getting a little too comfortable with pornography these days? After all, we do have access to it with a few taps on glass. Furthermore, the instant socialization and crowdfunding of user-generated pornography has made nude selfie trading normal. But in terms of putting a number to all this triple-X, how much is there?
One porn industry analyst estimates that there could be between one and five million porn sites on the web.
A Juniper Research report from a few months ago says that by year’s end, more than 136 billion videos will have crossed eyeballs in 2015. [...]
The music industry has had mixed opinions about streaming services. Where there’s blame to be laid for poor artist returns, it’s often been the label that came out looking worse off. And yet, the likes of Spotify continue to proliferate to the point where reactionary services like TIDAL and Apple Music are scrambling to get their footing on the field.
But while the focus has been on money for the songwriters, producers and all the great people who bring harmonious sound together, there’s also music involved here. After all, good contract or bad, you gotta put [...]
When we talk about recycling our smartphones or thinking about the environment once we’re done with our devices, we often see dreaded fields of waste or look to companies thinking up solutions like Fairphone. OnePlus makes a token gesture every once in a while to help doctors out. Some people just don’t care. But some of the people that do care go to extraordinary lengths to make their point.
Take Lin Shih Pao, a Taiwanese artist who took to creating a Formula 1 racecar out of a colorful multitude of smartphones and dumbphones. We were taken aghast by some certain [...]