Just a little over a day after pushing out a major update to the Google Search app for iOS, the search giant has now turned towards its web-based office suite app Drive.
After getting the teardown treatment a few days ago, Apple’s hottest, slimmest, coolest and possibly most popular large iPad ever, the one dubbed Air, has been evaluated by research firm IHS at its true value.
You didn’t really think Apple was going to let Samsung “get away” with the latest Galaxy Note 12.2-centric rumor avalanche, did you? Not when the alleged “iPad Maxi” has gone hand in hand with the largest ever GNote for many months now.
Apple’s iPad Air has been ripped apart by the teardown specialists over at iFixit, and the results aren’t the least bit surprising.
India gets its first fully-subsidized deal from operator Reliance: zero down payment on iPhone 5c and 5s
Indian consumers looking to buy Apple’s iPhone 5c and 5s will soon be able to do so without the need to pay any upfront cost.
Apple has confirmed that some iPhone 5s units are suffering from poor battery life owing to a manufacturing error.
More bad news for Apple following the whole YouTube video “borrowing” without author consent debacle? It sure seems like it, as the inventor of both the Apple I and Apple II computers has confessed the freshly unveiled iPads failed to impress him.
Nokia has gotten really good of late at advertising its products at the expense of the competition, but nothing, not even that wickedly clever anti-Galaxy S4 Zoom marketing stunt, showcased the sheer brilliance the Finns are apparently capable of.
We all knew this was coming. And not a moment too soon, it has. The ink is barely dry on Apple’s press releases announcing the new iPad Air and iPad mini 2 and Cupertino’s rivals have already come out swinging to defend their own tablet bids.
A recent survey by a mobile service provider has determined that Sony mobile phone users are the most brand-loyal when it comes to game consoles of choice.
Apple has begun rolling out iOS 7.0.3 for all supported devices, introducing a slew of bug fixes and improvements.
A lot of virtual ink has been spilled in the past couple of weeks on how Apple’s iPhone 5s is copiously dominating the “unapologetically plastic” 5c at the worldwide box-office, but before writing off Cupertino’s first colorful handheld you may want to hear a final word from Localytics.
Ever since John Legere took over T-Mobile US, things started looking rosier and rosier for America’s number four wireless service provider, despite it still being kept at bay by Verizon, AT&T and Sprint as far as subscriber counts go.
Evleaks has leaked a picture of Nokia’s ‘Guru’ music player, an iPod Shuffle-like portable music player.
Freshly leaked images of the iPad mini 2 from China suggest that Apple’s Touch ID fingerprint scanner won’t be making its way to the company’s second-generation 7.8-inch tablet.
Reaffirming of the ‘Steve Jobs patent’ could significantly sway the Apple v. Samsung retrial in Apple’s favor.
Advertisers take heed: targeting ad campaigns toward iOS might yield better results than targeting Android users. A study reveals that the return on investment on iOS-directed ads is much, much better.
China doesn’t seem to be taking too kindly to Apple’s colorful new iPhone 5c, as a report claims the device is being outsold eight to one by the flagship iPhone 5s in China.
Brazen, cheeky and often rude commercials mocking the competition used to be Samsung and Apple territory until not long ago in the mobile landscape, but Nokia and LG have recently joined the fun.
Apple has sent out press invites for an event on October 22nd. The tagline “We still have a lot to cover” suggests we’ll see more than just new iPads get announced.