Stories by Paul Suarez

  • Verizon iPhone expected Tuesday

    Once again someone "familiar with the matter" is confirming what everybody suspects: Verizon will announce it's getting a version of the iPhone at a Tuesday event in New York.

  • Apple's plans: Mapping apps

    Apple may be looking to release its own mapping and navigation software with future products, according to a few new job listings on its website.

  • Apple's plans: Mapping apps

    Apple may be looking to release its own mapping and navigation software with future products, according to a few new job listings on its website.

  • iPhone: Still most satisfying

    Research firm ChangeWave published survey results this week that show the iPhone 4 leading the smartphone pack in consumer satisfaction.

  • Google street view gets grisly

    Google sure does capture a ton of interesting stuff when it sends Street View cars around the world. Sometimes its 360-degree cameras pick up a disturbing image or two.

  • iNewspaper: The next iPad service?

    Apple is reportedly working on a new application for the iPad</a> that will allow users to download electronic versions of newspapers. It could be ready within a couple of months, but will likely be held until the release of the next-generation iPad.

  • iPad due for front-facing camera?

    The redesigned iPod Touch stole the show at Apple's fall music event, but the Cupertino company may have a bigger trick up its sleeve in the coming months: an updated iPad.

  • Google's march toward social networking

    Google this week confirmed its acquisition of online entertainment company Slide. The purchase rehashed speculation that the search giant is interested in working its way into social media, possibly with a game-centered service called Google Me."

  • Apple disses Droid X

    This is getting awkward. Apple on Friday targeted another smartphone on its antenna site, the Droid X.

  • Google moves its encrypted search

    If you're paranoid about snoops discovering your Web search terms and results, you'll have to start pointing your browser to another URL to use Google encrypted search.