Let's face it, your parents most likely did not grow up in the cell phone age, so becoming a proficient and engaging texter isn't one of their strengths. However, some parents do have the texting game down, complete with image replies, witty comebacks, the latest internet slang, and even a joke or two. Continue reading to see twenty-nine examples of parents who are clearly better at texting than their children.
While there are plenty of weird cases in stores, these eight examples take things to the next level. Despite the strange designs, most of these cases would fit snugly in your pocket, except for the 3D Siri face, or so we think. With the iPhone 6 hitting stores next week, you can be sure that case manufacturers are already coming up with designs to top these. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of some useful cooking life hacks.
Priced from $199 (16GB), the 6.9mm thick iPhone 6, complete with a new curved design, will be available in dark black and gold. Unlike previous models, this model features Apple Pay, the company's new payment system compatible with the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and the Apple Watch. It works by holding phone up to a generic card reader and pressing a finger on the TouchID button. The NFC chip is fitted across the top of the phone, with all details being encrypting and the system stores payment information securely. Continue reading for more hands-on images, another video and additional information.
Priced from $299 for the 16GB ($399 for 64GB and $499 for 128GB for on-contract price), the iPhone 6 Plus measures 7.1mm thick, has a 24-hour continuous use battery life, Apple's all-new A8 64-bit processor, an 8.0-megapixel iSight camera, and most notable of all, a 5.5-inch 1920 x 1080 Retina HD display. It will also come loaded with iOS 8, which features a new messaging app that lets you quickly send voice notes. Continue reading for more images, another video, and additional information.
FAILS are nothing new, but they are inevitable if you are a mobile phone user who has autocorrect turned on. Misuse of text replacement software is a staple practical joke in many schools and offices. Typically, the prankster will set the victim's word processing software to replace an extremely common word with a humorous absurdity, or an incorrectly spelled version of the original word. Continue reading for more - not safe for work language included.
Unlike other curved display phone concepts unveiled over the years, the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge's screen was described by Samsung's David Park as working like a 'ticker', with notifications and news scrolling along it. Other features include: a 2.7-GHz Quad-Core processor, 5.6-inch Super AMOLED display, 16.0-megapixel camera, 32 or 64GB of internal memory, microSD expansion, 3GB of RAM, all running Android 4.4 KitKat. Continue reading for another hands-on video and more information.
What if there was a quicker and near-instant way of printing out photos of yourself, without needing to stop by a Kinko's (copy shop) or a friend's house? Well, this nifty iPhone case concept just might be the answer, especially with the new upgraded next-generation model coming out next week. Though it adds a bit of bulk, the convenience of having a mobile printer on you at all-times more than makes up for it. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the strangest road rage incident you'll ever see, direct from a Russian dash cam.
Let's face it, with new smartphones being released every month, it's no surprise that many elementary school kids are now hooked onto games such as Angry Birds, Plants vs. Zombies, etc. So, this teacher decided to do something about it, making students place their phones in a designated spot before class starts to earn participation credit. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny exam answers gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of first person jet skiing that looks surreal.
Before the iPhone, Windows CE phones, T-Mobile Sidekick, etc., there was the IBM Simon, developed by IBM and cellular company BellSouth. According to Charlotte Connelly, it was initially marketed around the idea of the game 'Simon says' and 'the marketing was that it was so simple, that it could do anything you instructed it to,' she explained. There was built-in software that allowed users to write notes, draw, update their calendar and contacts, and send and receive faxes, as well as allowing calls. Plus, it even had a slot for cartridges that were early 'apps' of sorts. Continue reading for more.
Just about everyone has that one friend that never seems to reply to text messages, no matter how quickly you respond to theirs. These people have met the same fate, but have tried to make the best of it with some witty comebacks, or so they think. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of hands swallowing cars and traffic - just don't think too hard.