ios

Hacking

It’s Almost Impossible to Tell if Your iPhone Has Been Hacked

A recent vulnerability in WhatsApp shows that there’s little defenders can do to detect and analyze iPhone hacks.
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
5.15.19
Google Photos

I Tried to Watch a Video of a Puppy and Accidentally Sent Every Photo I’ve Ever Taken to Google

Google Photos auto-syncs when you connect to Wi-Fi. Accidentally turning it on even once means you might end up uploading all of your photos to Google's servers.
Jason Koebler
5.21.18
Technology

That Hot Dog App from 'Silicon Valley' Is Real, and Yes, It Works

We no longer have to live in a state of constant confusion as to whether what we're looking at is, in fact, a wiener.
Jelisa Castrodale
5.17.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

You’ll Soon Be Able to Play Super Mario on Your iPhone

<i>Super Mario Run</i> is Nintendo's famous mascot's debut for iOS, and it's out in 2016.
Mike Diver
9.7.16
Art

This Illustrator Evokes Mid-Century Style in His Artwork

Owen Davey turns the natural world into nostalgic works of art.
Giaco Furino
8.21.16
Gaming

I’m the First (and Maybe Final) Professional 'Pokémon GO' Trainer

The story of one woman's Craigslist post gone viral reveals the limits of augmented reality.
Casey Halter
7.13.16
Stuff

We Just Made a Bunch of Fancy New Changes to the VICE App

Stop working immediately, and go play around with it.
VICE Staff
6.16.16
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Make a Man Who Looks a Lot Like Kim Jong-un Cry in This New Mobile Game

<i>Mrs Kim</i> invites you to chase a despot son through an array of obstacles, to give him an almighty thrashing.
Mike Diver
5.26.16
Music

Your iPhone Was Made for This J-Pop Music Video

Consider yourselves "hacked" by adorable pop stars, Lyrical School.
Kara Weisenstein
4.29.16
Gaming

Meet Toca Boca, the Disney Destroyers of the App Store

With 100 million downloads and counting, the Swedish studio is dominating the kids market. You need to know about them.
Mike Diver
4.6.16
Gaming

‘Miitomo’ Might Not Be the Mobile Debut Nintendo Needed

Nintendo's first foray into the mobile market is a social networking app that isn't all that social at all. But is that such a bad thing?
Willie Clark and Mike Diver
4.2.16
Gaming

Female Video Game Developer Snaps at Twitter Troll, Results Are Fantastic

Brianna Wu decides it's time to tell one of her trolls that, actually, they don't know what the fuck they're talking about.
Mike Diver
2.12.16
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