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Nvidia may be missing from the Xbox One and PS4, but the chip maker is about to start a whole new racket, one that could see its chips in everything from smartphones to supercomputers. In a [...]
Why is it so hard to find great apps? That’s the topic for today’s Talk Mobile, and we’re going to chat about it! Join us now! iMore – The #1 iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch [...]
The second week of Talk Mobile 2013 kicks off tomorrow, and the discussion is going to center around mobile apps. With five days of awesome content lined up and sure to be some great conversations in [...]
If you live anywhere in the European Union, you’ll be glad to know that starting next year, you will no longer be charged mobile roaming fees anywhere within the EU. The change, which may go into [...]
iMore 2.1 for iPhone – Now you can login with Facebook, Twitter, Google, Microsoft, and Mobile Nations Passport!
Small but awesome update to our very own iMore for iPhone app today — Mobile Nations passport integration. Existing readers can still login with their iMore accounts, of course, but readers from other Mobile Nations sites [...]
In addition to being available right here on iMore, now you can also catch up on all the Talk Mobile roundtable videos via your subscription services! The roundtable videos are the ones where Phil Nickinson of [...]
On a humid, overcast, and rain-filled Thursday in New York City, Hisense looked to brighten the mood by introducing the Hisense Sero 7 tablets. The company made a big splash at CES earlier this year with [...]
Under ever-increasing pressure from Intel, AMD has formally announced its yearly refresh of its mobile processors. Known as APUs (Accelerated Processing Units), the hybrid GPU and CPU chips will be branded A4 and E2 at the [...]
…but rather on the future of iOS. If the past is any indication, we should see an iPhone 5S, an incremental spec-bump, just like the iPhone 4S. Regardless if that will be the case, or a [...]
According to research by Cannacord Genuity analyst Michael Walkley, as shared by Fortune, Apple still rakes in a whopping 57% of the profits in the mobile industry, while Samsung grabs the other 43%. Note that I [...]