As is the case with every end of year celebrations we look to the market leaders like Apple, Android and others to see just how well they have done. In the case of competing App Stores there is no doubt who the winner is, and by a huge margin.
A Chinese woman who could not speak fluent English was tasered in an Apple Store in the US after she tried to buy more than the allowed quota of iPhone 5 devices.
The iOS hacker @DreamJailbreak made a claim that the "First Untethered iOS6 Jailbreak" would debut 12/22/2012. The name holds true, however, the jailbreak is still nonexistent.
Google has restored Google Maps to the iPhone, filling the gap caused by Apple's removal of the app earlier this year.
The iPhone 5 came out with iOS 6 and then the rest of the iFamily followed suit thereafter. Now that the iPhone community has the latest operating system it is only a matter of time before there's a 'permanent' jailbreak. So who's the first to claim that they have found a true untethered jailbreak for
When one thinks of Apple and its products it is usually coupled with high praise for quality and consumer appeal, however lately the company has been facing some difficult times over two of its products: Siri and Maps. Of the two, Maps has been getting the most attention as evidenced with the Australian police issuing
Philips has teamed up with StarMaker to launch a wireless karaoke microphone and Bluetooth speaker that will work with the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
Apple's latest expansion by enabling 56 more countries with access to iTunes will nearly double the number of countries that Apple offers access to their popular on-line media store.
If you grew up in the 1990s, you will remember the craze that was Tamagotchi, and those little digital lives are about to get new life thanks to a new line of products and a dedicated website from Bandai.
In a recent report released by Morgan Stanley's head Apple analyst, sales for Apple devices such as the iPhone, iPad and so forth will be doing far better than predicted. Morgan Stanley’s Apple Analyst, Katy Huberty, issued the report for Morgan Stanley investors on Thursday, November 15th, 2012.
The ever vocal Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft, has strongly criticised Apple and Android, suggesting Windows Phone is the best of both worlds.
The Fender guitar company, which is famous for their high-end, solid-body styled electric guitars has recently introduced a revolutionary USB enabled guitar called the Squier Stratocaster. The newly designed USB enabled instrument will offer the ability for the user to record and share tracks without any need of additional hookups.
I-O Data Device Inc. presents their new wireless network camera, the TS-WLCAM. It can connect on all of your mobile devices and computers that are connected to your local network, and can even be accessed remotely from the web.
Roland DG's newest member of their iCreate printer series, the iDecora iD-01, enables users to easily create design printouts for various creative purposes.
US coffee company Starbucks has started accepting payments made using the Square Wallet mobile app, paving the way for cashless enjoyment of a hot beverage in roughly 7,000 Starbucks outlets.
Today, Facebook rolled out version 5.1 of their popular iPhone application. This update includes several new features, such as messaging updates, and the integration of Facebook's new 'Gift' feature, which allows users to send real gifts to their friends using Facebook.
Google's Android mobile operating system is just four years old and has managed to grow at an incredible rate, ruling a whopping 75 percent of the smartphone market in the third quarter of this year.
2K Games and Gearbox Software have launched Borderlands Legends, a mobile gaming experience for iOS devices set in the same world as the console titles.
Electronic Arts has launched Criterion’s Need For Speed Most Wanted in stores and as a digital download from Origin.com, paving the way for a racing experience that puts social competition at the heart of things.
Apple has unveiled the iPad Mini, a new fourth-generation iPad, and updates to its Macbook and iMac ranges.