iWatch 2 concept is the iPod nano of the wearable computer age

I often wear an iPod nano as a watch, but with Android wrist-top devices appearing with much more to offer, it’s feeling a little behind the times these days. Something like Antonio De Rosa’s new iWatch2 is closer to what I’d like to see from Apple.

Apple’s iPhone 4S helps iOS stay ahead in the enterprise

Apple’s iPhone 4S has helped it regain ground lost to Android in consumer smartphone market share, but it’s also having a very positive effect on enterprise adoption, according to a new report. The iPad remains by far the top tablet in business.

Meet Sony’s new CMOS image sensor, good candidate for future iPhones

Sony Corporation unveiled its next-generation back-illuminated CMOS digital image sensor on Monday, which boasts a stacked design that saves space, lowers power requirements and increases quality, all of which adds up to a veritable mating call for Sony component customer Apple.

Apple’s long silence on call mute issue raising ire of iPhone owners

Apple’s iPhone 4S wasn’t without its share of launch troubles, including complaints of poor battery life. But while Apple was quick to attempt to address said issues in an update, there’s a very annoying bug that’s become a source of considerable frustration for users.

Is Apple’s 2012 iPad line aimed at every budget?

Some believe Apple’s next iPad launch could lead to a three-tiered pricing strategy aimed at making the iPad appealing to a much broader cross-section of consumers. So is Apple’s next tablet move really designed to lock up the market from top to bottom?

Deal alert: Best Buy’s iPhone 4 BOGO deal returns

Best Buy has a good deal on iPhones this weekend: It is offering buy-one-get-one-free pricing on the 32 GB iPhone 4, on either Sprint or AT&T with new 2-year contracts. Basically, it means you get a 32 GB iPhone 4 for the price of the 8 GB version.

Apple reportedly using new display tech for iPad 3

Supply chain reports released on Friday indicate that Apple will opt for indium gallium zinc oxide (IGZO) instead of in-plane switching (IPS) display panels for its upcoming iPad 3. The change would provide benefits in terms of energy consumption, cost reduction and improved resolution.

Two Belkin add-ons for iOS cameras, but only one is hot

Apple’s iPhone is no doubt a heavy contributor to the death of point-and-shoots at the hands of smartphones, but it still lacks some niceties of dedicated cameras. New accessories from Belkin, collected under the LiveAction brand, aim to narrow the gap even further.

Smartphones killing point-and-shoots, now take almost 1/3 of photos

Camera-equipped smartphones are gaining on traditional cameras in the percentage of photos and videos taken with them. On Thursday, a new study out said smartphones took 27 percent of photos in 2011, up from 17 percent last year. Regular cameras account for 44 percent.