“The iPhone 5 hit five million in that same period,” notes one industry analyst.
It’s called “whatsmym3″ and it’s a test that can be taken daily to indicate signs of depression and other mental issues that could lead to suicide.
With a lack of high school guidance counselors, the city is posting online videos to help adults help students apply to college.
The iPhone 6 is now available, which of course means people are camping out and waiting in long lines all over trying to get their hands on one.
Devices can take advantage of a new privacy push by Apple.
Should Internet sleuths who helped police identify suspects expect to be drawn into a courtroom as the case proceeds? Local attorney Michael Diamondstein says “yes.”
“Netropolitan” creator James Touchi-Peters calls his new social network an online community for affluent and busy people.
“It is our smartphones, it is Black Twitter, it is NetRoots, it is all of us,” said Temple University professor Chris Rabb. “It does not belong to one man, one person, one corporation, to one industry. It is ours.”
Robert Smith, who heads community investment in the region for Comcast, says they’re also giving a break on the $10/month cost for the connection for half a year.
The bill wassponsored by Washington Township assemblyman Paul Moriarty, who was cleared of drunk-driving charges after police video showed him passing field sobriety tests.
It’s a deal that lets Comcast customers hop on more than 2½ million WiFi hotspots across the UK and Europe for no additional charge.
Haddonfield High School has purchased the “Stop It” app and made it available to all students as of today.
More people are getting their feelings about net neutrality off their chests than the wardrobe malfunction in the Super Bowl a decade ago
The machines record ballot selections electronically, but do not produce a paper record of each vote.
A common response to revelations of domestic violence — and, specifically, the video of Ray Rice assaulting his then-fiancée in an elevator — is, “Why didn’t she leave him?”
Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled a refreshed lineup of iPods and a smaller Apple TV during a presentation in San Francisco on Sept. 1, 2010.