Holiday shoppers didn't totally forgo long lines and early call times on Black Friday, but they did grab their smartphones and iPads to help them navigate to the best destinations, online or off.
Wondering what to get that kid on your Christmas list? Wonder no more, the answer is easy. But warm up the credit cards -- it is going to put a massive dent in your finances.
According to social app discovery company Appsfire, today is the day that marks the one million apps have been created for Apple's app store.
How can an iPad that's slower than its predecessors be fantastic? It's all about size and convenience.
If you want to maximize ad revenue in your mobile app, develop for iPhone, allow rich media ads, pass keywords to advertisers about content and users, and focus on health, news, entertainment, and fitness segments.
Google's mobile operating system Android may be winning the smartphone wars, with over 75 percent market share, but Apple and Microsoft could be making more from Android than Google -- up to 600 percent more next year.
Android smartphones have already taken the sales crown with 75 percent share and 57 million shipped by Samsung alone last quarter. It seems that the tablet market will soon follow suit.
A few hundred million more or less from HTC is pocket change for the Cupertino giant that expects to earn $52 billion in the next quarter alone. Samsung, on the other hand, sold 57 million smartphones in the last quarter.
Frankly, if you are Samsung, why wouldn't you raise Apple's prices? A price increase could be simply a bargaining chip in an attempt to reach a settlement, or it could be Samsung's way of recouping the billion-plus dollars it is obligated to pay Apple.
Apple's tablet continues to dominate when it comes to the mobile web.
Online education portal Udemy releases a new iPad app to enable learning-on-the-go.
Unit for unit, could Microsoft's Surface tablet be more profitable than Apple's iPad? iSuppli certainly thinks so.
Cloud Smart Meter shows IT managers, CIOs, and developers what they're using, how much they're spending, and what's currently not working -- or might be about to go down.
According to a just-released study from London-based ABI Research, iPhone had only 29 percent of app downloads in the second quarter of 2012, compared to 47 percent for Android.
Apple sold three million of its newest iPads this past weekend, but it did not break out how many iPad minis it sold.