Is your iPhone hissing? Some are reporting that the iPhone 7 is doing just that when it’s pushed to the limits of its processing power. According to 512 Pixels, this is what that sounds like.
People use Twitter for different reasons. Celebrities use it to self-promote, teens use it to talk about Selena Gomez, and I use it to share my own dumb thoughts with the world. New York Times tech reporter Vindu Goel, however, often uses it to interact with brands—specifically, to yell at them when he’s displeased.
A follow up to last year's very funny YouTube Complaints Department, this year's version is just as funny and just as timely with digs about Felix Baumgartner, your favorite YouTube videos and how YouTube only fixed that views bug to show 301+ and not just 301. Heh. Like last year's, the video is made by Barely…
Leaving a nasty Yelp review seems practically pointless, now that there's an SMS service connecting cranky customers directly to a restaurant's owner/s and management staff.
RIM is dying, sure. But what's a demise without a few good death throes? On the heels of yesterday's scathing anonymous teardown of the BlackBerry maker—and RIM's counterpoint—comes a new wave of malcontented employees. BGR's got more grumblings from the BlackBerry's underbelly. [BGR]
Microsoft Hotmail users have a lot to complain about as the new year kicks off in earnest: Many are reporting today that their emails have gone missing as a result of a new bug plaguing that popular email system.
Poor old Claire Rowlands felt "angry, disgusted and upset" after stumbling across a photo of her three-year-old kid Louis on Google's Street View tool—thanks to her child's bottom being served up to (possibly depraved) people on the internet.
NY State Attorney General Andrew Cuomo has announced that a $4 million settlement has been reached with Dell over shady service plans and financing deals. New Yorkers that have bought a Dell since 2004 may be entitled to compensation.
I'd love to tell you that the New Xbox Experience HDMI-related sound issue from November has been addressed, but that'd be a lie. More than two months and 23 pages of complaints later, it persists.
Curbed's got a complaint report from the residents and visitors near the SoHo Apple store in NY, all of whom are really angry at what the store's been doing lately in terms of bugging its neighbors. The latest offense-the anvil thrown off a ten story office building onto an already arthritic camel-was the Jonas…