RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Apple iPhone

Apple iPhone
A collection of news and information related to Apple iPhone published by this site and its partners.

Top Apple iPhone Articles

Displaying items 13-24
  • Bookmark: Take a chance on these moguls' biographies

    How'd they do it? That is often thought to be the primary motivation behind our fascination with the life stories of business behemoths: a curiosity about the means — both noble and scurrilous — by which mammoth fortunes are made. "Steve...
  • The Kid's Doctor: Limit screen time to avoid vision issues

    I received a question via our iPhone app from a dad concerned about all of the new electronics his children are using and whether all these gadgets might harm their vision. After doing some research, I discovered there's not a lot of data to support...
  • Bad Dad: Texting by kid has me LOLing

    Bad Dad: Texting by kid has me LOLing
    Now that the holidays are over, our house has settled back to normal — whatever that is. This Christmas, my daughter was given the gift of technology. She received an iPod Touch, packed with her favorite music and games. More proof I was born in...
  • Police: Man sold iPhone boxes filled with tiles

    Police: Man sold iPhone boxes filled with tiles
    A San Marcos man was arrested on suspicion of selling iPhone boxes stuffed with tiles to unsuspecting customers he met on Craigslist, police said Tuesday. Luther Clayborn Dawson, 41, on was arrested for four grand theft charges Monday after detectives...
  • Newport Harbor grad-turned-tech CEO tips his mouse to Jobs

    Newport Harbor grad-turned-tech CEO tips his mouse to Jobs
    On behalf of everyone at Skyfire, and others in Silicon Valley, our thoughts go out to Steve Jobs' and his family as we learn of his death. We salute Jobs and all that he has done to remake our industry and revolutionize the lives of hundreds of millions...
  • Customers bite into new Apple iPhone

    Customers bite into new Apple iPhone
    The release of any new Apple product tends to be an event. But in the wake of company founder Steve Jobs' death 10 days ago, even a mild update to an Apple product can draw thousands of customers from coast to coast. The Apple stores at Fashion Island...
  • Bad Dad: Boys, girls and gender neutrality

    Recently, I heard about a girl in New Jersey trying to petition toymaker Hasbro into making a gender-neutral version of the Easy-Bake Oven for her 4-year-old brother. You see, Hasbro has been marketing the kitchen set, which kids use to bake cookies...
  • Harlan: Not a typical day in Las Vegas

    It was a strange place to hear the news. I was taking a quick break in the small, 11th floor conference room when I casually glanced down at the headline on my iPhone and saw the words, "Massacre at Connecticut Elementary School." I slowly picked my head...
  • Whitehead: Parks Dept. even worse than I thought

    Ahoy! In last week's column, I commented on how the California Department of Boating and Waterways (Cal Boating) becoming a division of the Department of Parks and Recreation was simply a money grab for Cal Boating's dedicated funds. The parks department...
  • Virgen's View: Athletes will carry the flag

    Virgen's View: Athletes will carry the flag
    The City of Costa Mesa will show its pride for Olympians who hail from its town. A banner for Olympians Misty-May Treanor, April Ross and Sharon Day will be on display near City Hall during the Olympics, which begin Friday. "Costa Mesa is proud of...
  • Note To Our Readers: Pilot to introduce mobile apps, decrease print by one day

    The Daily Pilot is evolving to ensure our readers can get their news in a variety of ways — be it print or online, through Facebook posts and tweets, or on their mobile devices. To that end, we have a couple bits of news ourselves. First, we're...
  • Whitehead: Capt. Mike's back at the helm

    Ahoy! I am pleased to be arriving back to my home berth with my column after a couple years' absence from the Daily Pilot while I was writing for a neighboring newspaper. The year was 2001 when I began writing my nautical column for the Daily Pilot...