Twitter hacking may be the new phone phreaking, but with a parcel of new updates, Twitter’s making it easier to keep control of your account — and ensure no unauthorized people tweet in your name.
Apple CEO Tim Cook, however, was philosophical.
“In the arc of time, China is a huge opportunity. I don’t get discouraged over a 90-day cycle.”
It’s one thing for a single research firm to call out Apple’s quickly falling tablet market share, but now another outfit is painting a similarly bleak picture for the iPad.
This 7-inch tablet debuted at a North Korean trade show.
A day after introducing the first true Google phone, Google has finally announced an app for recovering lost devices.
Editor’s Pick That the Moto X doesn’t feature the absolute fastest mobile processor doesn’t matter much. It’s all about simplicity, comfort, and some forward-thinking features.
This really is Mac versus PC all over again, as iOS hit its lowest levels since 2010.
You’ve been told hundreds of times not to download apps from weird marketplaces. Here’s the scary proof of why.
The company is also introducing a new API and more up-to-date information.
According to the App Annie Market Index, Q2 2013 metrics show that Android beats iOS by 10 percent in number of applications downloaded.
Nvidia has been quiet about the portable Android game system’s launch, but it has built a very solid game machine for nerds.
Thanks to the magic of apps, tablets and smartphones are now cash registers, kiosks, demo stations, public calendars, and more. Thanks to the magic of management, that tablet or smartphone in your organization could be mine, yours, or some company’s.
Android fragmentation may still be a thing, but OpenSignal argues that its not entirely a bad thing.
With mobile data plans getting increasingly convoluted, bandwidth monitoring apps have practically become a necessity to avoid steep overage charges. Now, you can track your bandwidth with style.
Last month Kantar Worldpanel numbers showed iPhone and Windows Phone were growing faster than Android in the U.S. market. In new results released today, iOS and Windows Phone are up again, while Android market share has decreased.
Kiwi builds games for Android. All of its games are on Google Play’s Top 100 grossing list and are highly rated in the Google Play store.
Dropping not just share but units in a rising market is a rare talent, usually reserved for failing companies. If the rising tide doesn’t raise your boat, perhaps you’ve got a hole in the hull.
The adventure title sold 1.5 million units. More than a third on iOS.
Here’s a little shocker for Cook and company: You actually have to release new products if you want to prosper.
We compared the 2012 and 2013 models of the Nexus 7 to see what’s changed. Our first impression: The screen is much, much nicer.
We got our hands on Google’s new $35 media adapter that plugs into a TV and lets you stream video from your phone or laptop. Here’s a photo gallery with our notes.
The myType is available in five colors, including white and black, and is currently still available on Kickstarter.
Restricted profiles, textbooks support, low-power Bluetooth, OpenGL support for screaming fast graphics in games… Yeah, 4.3 is a different beast.
Google Play Games app is available to download today.
Who says Android tablets are dead?
Best Buy just couldn’t wait until Google officially announced its new Nexus 7 Android tablet.
The best Android keyboard just got better.
Just a day after Google invited media to attend the unveiling of the Moto X Android smartphone on Aug. 1, more pictures of the hyped device have been leaked to the web.
As Towerfall’s audience continues to grow, developer Matt Thorson is looking to expand the game to a new platform and bigger community.
In 2011, 80 percent of apps were free. Today, 90 percent of apps are free, with monetization provided via good old we-gather-an-audience-and-sell-its-attention strategy that has worked since the dawn of modern media.
The colorful search and mobile giant just sent out press invites for a July 24th press event with Sundar Pichai, who leads Google’s Android and Chrome teams.
The biggest mobile developer study in history with 6,000 respondents from 115 countries says that while iOS developers make an average of $5,200 per month in app revenue and Android developers pull in $4,700, more developers plan to start developing for Windows Phone than any other platform. Besides Windows 8, that is.
“We found that Samsung users generate close to 50 percent of all Android Web traffic within the U.S. and Canada,” a company representative said. “That’s nearly five times the share of HTC users, the next closest competitor.”
Mexico City’s mayor was so impressed, I heard, that he said something unprintable.
Languishing at 1 percent of a global phone market it helped create, Google subsidiary Motorola is planning to unveil the Moto X, a customizable phone, this summer. And to support its launch, Google is planning to spend as much as $500 million.
In further proof the U.S. market is unlike any other in the smartphone industry, Apple’s iPhone grew market share in the last three months while Android held steady. But the most interesting numbers are elsewhere.
Google is starting a big rollout of 8,000 Glass units, reps said at the company’s annual developer conference in May. Members of the Glass team hinted that apps may include fitness trackers, karaoke cards, and perhaps even a payments platform.
Editor’s Pick “It can essentially take over the normal functioning of the phone and control any function,” Bluebox CTO Jeff Forristal posted.
Motorola is following in Microsoft’s footsteps.