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By the end of the year, Apple plans to begin mass producing a new iPhone that Verizon Wireless will sell.
A glitch in the phone's operating system makes its alarm app not recognize the end of daylight saving time. If iPhone owners don't manually reset the alarms Sunday night, they'll go off an hour late.
Ever leave the house to buy something and realize you have forgotten your wallet? It may not be a problem for much longer. You soon may be paying at cash registers with just a swipe of your mobile phone.
Want to stay connected during the 35th Marine Corps Marathon this Sunday? There's an app for that.
WTOP.com Digital News Writer Paul D. Shinkman talks with radio reporters Neal Augenstein and Brennan Haselton about the iPhone apps used in Atomic Tom's recent viral video.
A tiny device called The Square will let you turn your iPhone, iPad or Android phone into a credit card reader.
A new YouTube video says (sings) what everyone is thinking about the digital birdsong.
Stores are frustrated with what it takes to reach iPad and iPhone users.
The app, made by Dapper Gentlemen, scans users faces using the phone's camera and then rates their appearance on a scale of 1 to 10.
The Office of Personnel Management launched a free USAJobs app for the iPhone and iPad.