A local physician has found a unique use for his iPod during surgery.
The new iPad goes on sale today and the usual line of eager Apple devotees were lined up outside the Center City store, early this morning.
Apple’s new iPad revealed on Wednesday has, as expected, a sharper screen, driven by a faster processing chip that acts as the “brains” of the device — but no new name.
You see them everywhere; people using iPods or mp3 players, one type or another, and wearing headphones for the handheld device. However, there is now disturbing news from The British Medical Journal.
Clothing and linens are “must haves” on moving-in day, but today’s tech savvy freshmen also bring along their electronics.
Every student needs help with school sometimes, and these apps might just be the answer.
While so much attention is focused on the next generations of the iPhone or iPad, apple TV is emerging as a viable platform.
Hasbro has come out with My3d, which re-creates 3d visuals on your iPhone or iPod touch.
Philadelphia police are searching for four suspects who attacked and robbed a man inside a fast food restaurant earlier this month.
Hearing experts are putting out the warning, that too much earbud use could lead to a loss of hearing.
Philadelphia police were forced to open fire on a robbery suspect after he allegedly pointed a gun at officers twice Monday evening.
We have another heat wave to contend with this week and while humans can get out of the hot temperatures, sometimes personal electronics cannot.
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