President Obama just made a joke about a certain phone that catches fire; of course we're talking about the Galaxy Note 7 here. Check out the part of that video right here.
Obama's new video has the United States Commander in Chief goofing around doing all sorts of crazy things, and even using the selfie stick, in an effort to promote the new ObamaCare (health) initiative. Watch the complete video right after the jump.
BlackBerry may find itself facing a whole myriad of troubles in the consumer and business smartphone market, but it seems they still have one extremely loyal and extremely influential user. U.S. President Barack Obama became extremely well-known for relying heavily on his BlackBerry handset during his initial 2008 presidency campaign, and it seems his trusty smartphone has stayed by his side ever since. Now into his second term as U.S. President, Obama has claimed that he would love to switch to an iPhone to handle his mobile needs but is unable to do so due to legitimate security concerns.
U.S. president Barack Obama has, in a live address discussing the shutting down of the government, compared downtime and site issues with Obamacare and healthcare.gov to the launch of a new Apple product. Whenever the fruit company does release a new gadget - particularly when said gadget just so happens to be an iPhone - the Apple site tends to grind to a halt, with the frenzy of shoppers flocking to stores causing all manner of disturbance besides.
The official Flickr page of The White House has uploaded photos from last night’s big tech dinner which shows CEOs from major technology companies in the Silicon Valley having a toast with US President Barack Obama.
According to the sources at The New York Times, President of the United States Barack Obama flew to California today where he had a one-on-one meeting with Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs. Their meeting was later confirmed by Robert Gibbs, who is the press secretary at the White House.
While addressing graduates at Hampton University on Sunday, US President Barack Obama in his speech said that the era of iPads, iPods, Xboxes and PlayStations are a source of distraction, rather than a tool of democracy for the United States. This statement of Obama, which was reported by AFP is as follows.
Today, in an attempt to have better interaction with general public, The White House has announced the official iPhone and iPod touch app named ‘The White House’. This app offers latest news updates, videos, photos and blog posts from the official White House blog. In addition, it also delivers live video streaming which from now on will enable iPhone and iPod Touch users to watch future Presidential addresses live on their favorite iDevice. The app also opens up access to White House speeches and press briefings in real-time.