Observations from Jamie DeLoma, journalist and computer nerd
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Are you like countless other iPhone users struggling to get Passbook, one of the most anticipated iOS6 apps that serves as a rewards card and ticket management system, to work? I was, too, until I stumbled upon a solution. It worked for at least one friend, and will hopefully work for you, too: Launch Passbook. Read More
A venture capitalist hopes to equip 1,000 livery cars in New York City with WiFi by early fall, the Wall Street Journal reports — and then blanket the city with roaming hotspots.
Apple’s highly anticipated white iPhone 4 has been delayed — again.
Although the iPhone 4 may not be as good as its predecessors — and may drop more calls than phones a half decade older, at least it offers the opportunity for a good laugh. Tech Talk strongly supports laughter, and so rather than offering a lengthy narrative, today, we offer some videos at the tech giant’s expense.
Apple’s chief executive officer tried to extinguish the fire raging around its newest device.
Is the $199 price tag the only thing stopping you from upgrading to the iPhone 4? If so, Radio Shack may have solved your problem.
If you’ve been holding your breath in anticipation of ordering the new iPhone 4, prepare to exhale.
Despite having a some idea of what the next generation of the iPhone would have, Apple still managed to impress audiences — despite a rare glitch.
The technology world’s collective eyes will be focused on Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference beginning Monday in San Francisco.