Apple releases its iPhone X on Nov. 3. Some gadget fanatics lined up to get their hands on the new device.
The District is full of people who are constantly on the move. With no shortage of transportation options and 64 percent of residents who are plugged into their smartphones, your mobile device can make getting around more convenient.
While many corporations continue to flock to BlackBerry for its security features, many consumers have chosen flashier competitors, including Apple’s iPhone and Google’s Android, which boast touch screens, sparkling graphics and innovative applications.
Instagram is the latest smartphone craze, combining an iPhone app with social media savvy to produce shareable, professional-quality photos on the fly.
Some college students grab part-time jobs at local stores or the school library for extra cash. Megan Monroe, a graduate student at the University of Maryland, builds mobile apps.