Short attention span? Let's call it expansive, instead.
Ofcom has banned landline and Internet rollover contracts that automatically renew themselves.
Applications meant for the iPhone may look similar to their iPad brethren, but they present new challenges to the people creating them.
After anxiously applying the iPhone 3.0 update to my iPod Touch last week, I took the new features for a test drive. How did they fare?
Think you've got the write stuff? Maybe you'll avoid dreadful cliches like that one if you stock your iPhone with these handy tools, many of which are free.
Recorder claims to work in all conditions
From an entry-level digital SLR to a snazzy guitar tuner to a baby elephant, here's all I want for Christmas.
Apple's device is feature-rich, well integrated, well supported by independent software developers, and fun to use. But it's not perfect by any stretch of the imagination.
The iPhone lacks a voice recording feature. Griffin fixes that. Sort of.
Many iPhone recording apps are quietly being upgraded for compatibility with the iPod Touch, second-generation.