Is the iPhone turning into an ad-phone? Advertisers spend three times as much targeting Apple devices as Android ones, according to a new study — a stat even the most devoted iPhone users wouldn’t brag about.
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We all know that the upgraded iPhone 5 is just around the corner and a leaked internal document from the Japanese carrier reveals that the upcoming iPhone will be announced on June 20 and the smartphone will be available in the stores in the month of July. The leaked document also suggests that the iPhone 5S (as it is referred to in the document) will run on the upcoming iOS...
(17 days ago)
Children whose families are on food stamps are just as likely to be overweight and obese as other low-income youth, a new study suggests
(2 months and 11 days ago)
New moms who repeatedly check their babies' breathing, or worry about germs in their bottles may be reassured to know that these thoughts and behaviors are common, a new study suggests
(2 months and 14 days ago)
A newly published patent application suggests ways to protect a dropped iPhone by controlling where it lands
(1 month and 26 days ago)
There is no evidence that Canada's environmental review process for projects such as oil and gas pipelines had problems that would justify the new fixed timelines set by the federal government last year, a new study suggests.
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The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office released a patent today that suggests Apple is developing an iPhone with a wrap-around display.
(1 month and 19 days ago)
Men are just as likely as women to want children and are more likely to feel depressed and angry than their partners if they do not have them, a study suggests.
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CHURCHES are facing a rebellion in the pews over gay marriage, a wide-ranging study of religious attitudes on the issue suggests.
(1 month ago)
The Victorians achieved so much because they were cleverer than us, a new study suggests.
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