For people who are not on an annual new phone plan (the major carriers offer their own versions), this year's choice is more nuanced. If you have an iPhone 13, is there a compelling reason to upgrade to an iPhone 14? Continue Reading →
Over the next few days, Android users may notice Google Wallet showing up on their phones. The successor app to Google Pay was announced at Google's 2022 I/O event as a way to manage all of your digital cards: credit, debit, ID, vax status, tickets, and more. Continue Reading →
Need to lock down your iPhone? Shelly Palmer speaks with Dan Bowens and Tashanea Whitlow on Fox 5's Good Day New York about Apple's new security feature -- and whether you'll need to use it -- along with the rest of the new features coming in iOS 16. Continue Reading →

The Road to Hell…

In a letter to Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo, Sens. Elizabeth Warren, Ed Markey, and Bernie Sanders asked that the U.S. establish uniform charging accessory standards, arguing that planned obsolescence in consumer electronics causes financial stress and environmental harm. (This follows similar legislation in the EU that will force consumer electronics to adopt USB-C connectors by 2024.) Continue Reading →