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Updated: iPhone 7 release date, news and rumors

With the iPhone 6S Apple delivered its best handset yet, but aside from sporting some fancy new 3D Touch technology it was also very similar to the iPhone 6. That was to be expected – after all, Apple typically only overhauls its handsets once every two years, but that overhaul is due with the iPhone 7, so we’re expecting and ... Read More »

Taxis may catch up to Uber with this long-overdue app

California-based app developer Flywheel began a pilot program today for a new system that would allow taxi drivers to use smartphones technology in the place of traditional fare meters and other hardware. This program, dubbed TaxiOS, seeks to assist taxi companies previously struggling with the high costs of equipment and labor involved in updating the infrastructure of cabs. TaxiOS would ... Read More »

Updated: Best iPhone apps 2015

Best iPhone apps 2015 Apps are the cornerstone of Apple’s iOS platform. The ecosystem is what sets Apple’s mobile platform apart from its rivals, and the highest-quality iPhone apps are typically best in class. But, like any app store, it is sometimes difficult to find out what are truly the best apps, the ones that stand out from the rest ... Read More »

Android to get new emojis after Apple flipped the bird

A host of new emojis landed on iPhones and iPads earlier this week with the iOS 9.1 update, including middle fingers, unicorns and tacos, leaving Android users a little left out of the fun. But Android users won’t be forever left without fun new emojis, with senior VP of Android, Hiroshi Lockheimer, taking to Twitter to announce the company is ... Read More »

Updated: BlackBerry Priv release date, news and rumors

Update: Adding onto a now-official release date and price for the BlackBerry Priv, the Canadian company has also shared a video of the Priv. Check it out below The BlackBerry Priv, previously known as the BlackBerry Venice, is more than just another enterprise handset, it’s the first BlackBerry smartphone to run a proper version of Android. Yet in keeping with ... Read More »

Updated: 50 best iPhone games 2015

21. PAC-MAN Championship Edition DX ($4.99/£3.99). We fear PAC-MAN Championship Edition DX is destined to be overshadowed by 2015’s emother/em superb Pac-Man game, namely Pac-Man 256, which happens to be free. But Namco should be congratulated for DX, because it at the last minute ditched a horrible freemium model while simultaneously unleashing the best version of Pac-Man to date, jammed ... Read More »

5G field test hits a blistering 3.6Gbps data transfer speed

If you’re interested in faster download speeds on your smartphone – and aren’t we all? – then you’ll want to know about the latest field tests of 5G technology being carried out in Japan. The new trial carried out by Huawei and Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo is the first to use conditions that match the real world: in other words, ... Read More »

Opinion: Google has lost control of Android

Remember Stagefright, the Android vulnerability that affected nearly a billion phones running Android versions from 2.2 to 5.1? Well, you may have heard that it’s back – and it’s even nastier than before. Where the first version of the vulnerability could be accessed via an MMS message, Stagefright 2.0 can travel via specially adapted and apparently innocuous MP3/MP4 files – ... Read More »

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