Filters and effects are common features for smartphone cameras, but a new iOS app called Spotliter from Netomat lets you apply these features to video, as you're recording.
Likely due to the revamped layout and added features within iOS 7, the adoption rate for Apple's relatively new operating system is moving along more rapidly than the previous generation.
If you charge your iPhone in the kitchen, you may like the idea of a dock which fits in with the look of other appliances. Enter the Foaster, a fun toaster-like dock for charging a pair of iPhones.
Until recently, Ryan Seacrest apparently always went around with two phones – one with a physical keyboard for typing and messaging, and an iPhone for everything else. His new Typo Keyboard, however, means he can finally do away with the other device.
A new Kickstarter project aims to solve the problem of taking decent low-light photos using an iPhone. The Lightstrap is a case with a diffused ring light built in, which provides ten times the illumination of a standard iPhone 5S flash.
Apple appears to have finally struck a deal with China Mobile, the world's biggest wireless carrier with more than 700 million subscribers. It's thought the deal could bring the tech giant an extra 20 million iPhone activations in China in 2014.
Looking for a way to block calls on your iPhone? Read our how-to guide to blocking calls, messages, and Facetime using the iBlacklist app or your phone's Do Not Disturb mode.
After stealing an iPhone in China, a thief got a threatening SMS message saying he should return it or else. Rather than lose his prize, he decided to do something slightly out of the ordinary.
Google has released an iOS app for its All Access music service. The app is free and will connect you to the songs you stored on Google's own servers, or if you pay for premium access, then you'll also be able to listen to those in Google's own library.
Apple is sure to be pleased with the iPhone 5S' performance in Japan, as according to new research, the country has become its number one market for the iPhone, passing America.
We've heard before that Apple is developing handsets with larger displays, though a report over the weekend claims the company is working on 4.7- and 5.5-inch devices "with glass that curves downward at the edges" and pressure-sensitive displays.
Want to see the hottest new accessory for your smartphone? It's the iKettle, and it's so hot it can literally boil water. It also connects to your Wi-Fi network and can be controlled using your smartphone.
The FAA just made phone use during airplane takeoff an acceptable activity after saying it was bad for almost 50 years. Here's what happened on my first gadget-filled flight.
Thanks to LinkedIn Intro, you can now get to know the people who email you in a professional capacity - if that's the sort of thing you want.
Phones get stolen every day, but usually the victims don't start a Tumblr to make fun of their thief's penciled on eyebrows, among other things. But who is really in the wrong here?