Apple signs with old school, colorful logo will be auctioned off, starting at $10K each

Got thousands of bucks lying around? You could own a piece of computing history. Learn more here.

Apple and Motorola agree to dismiss all patent litigation

Apple and Google's Motorola Mobility have agreed to drop all ongoing patent litigation between the two companies. The agreement doesn't include any patent cross-licensing, though.

How to use FaceTime

Streamlined face-to-face video calling is no longer stuck in the realm of science fiction courtesy of Apple's video conferencing software. Learn how to use FaceTime whether you're on iOS, an iPhone, an iPad, or an iPod.

Punchr is a set of eyes always watching the Web for you (when it works)

Need to keep an eye on a website but don't want to hit refresh every couple seconds? Punchr is a page monitor app that will alert you if a change occurs on a website you want to watch.

Should you pay for an extended warranty or insurance for your iPhone?

Are extended warranty deals or insurance cover worth getting for your iPhone? What does the standard warranty cover? What are the best deals and policies to go for? We take a look at what’s on offer and weigh up your options.

The Boyfriend Log app wants to dissect your relationship, but will probably destroy it

The Boyfriend Log is a new app for your smartphone, which lets you track and assess how your relationship is going, and whether the two of you are destined for a life of happiness. However, in the wrong hands, it's a tool of pure evil to…

Are you in trouble, but can’t ‘call’ 911? You can now text them instead

The FCC has announced the rollout of the text-to-911 service in the United States, though it's on a limited basis. The FCC expects the service to be available everywhere by the end of 2014.

Fleksy used to break Guinness World Record for fastest typing on a smartphone

With the help of Brazilian teenager Marcel Fernandes, Fleksy became the world's fastest keyboard. Fleksy takes the prize from Windows Phone 8.1's keyboard.

Phones sold in Minnesota will soon require a ‘kill switch,’ like California

Minnesota has become the first state to adopt a kill switch law, beating out a bill in California that just passed in that state’s Senate. The law requires phones sold after July 1, 2015 to have the anti-theft function.

Blue’s new Spark Digital studio mic goes anywhere your iPad does

Blue's new Spark Digital condenser mic offers both Lightning and USB connection for both iPad and PC compatibility, providing a bundle of options for laying down tracks. Clink the link to find out how easy it is to bring your mobile studio…

Apple rumored to add support for high-res audio with iOS 8

According to a new report out of Japan, iOS 8 will bolster Apple's HD street cred, allowing iPhones and iPads to natively handle higher resolution HD audio files. Click the link to find out more.

New leak points to iPad split-screen multitasking in iOS 8

Today’s leak points to Apple positioning its iPads as bonafide laptop replacements. The company will reportedly introduce a split-screen feature in the upcoming OS, allowing users to interact with two apps at once.