Microsoft has announced a 5% increase from the sales of Windows licenses to third-party computer manufacturers. The company’s CFO, Amy Hood, point to that number as evidence PCs are making inroads into the high-end computer market dominated by Apple.
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Apple has notified developers that its introductory $100 free App Store Search Ads credit has been extended until March 30.
HBO GO app now supports Single Sign-on and the TV app on both Apple TV and iOS devices.
Using electronic documents — like PDFs — leads to the world using less paper, meaning fewer trees have to come down.
Freelancing-centric website Upwork has named Apple’s Swift programming language as the second-fastest growing skill among freelancers in Q4 2016.
As promised, the official Apple Support app for iOS devices is now available in 22 countries and 13 languages.
Number 1 wireless carrier Verizon is said to be exploring the possibilities of an acquisition of number 2 cable company Charter.
Qualcomm held its quarterly conference call on Wednesday, and of course, Apple’s lawsuits against the firm was a popular point of discussion.
Apple on Wednesday released Safari Technology Preview 22, the latest update to their experimental web browser.
Action, sports, and comedy are on the schedule in February, as There Will Be Blood, The Station Agent, Payback, Hoosiers, and The Running Man all come to Hulu
Netflix has some bloody good entertainment for viewers in February.
Comic Life creator plasq has released Comic Draw, a full-featured comic creation and publishing application for the iPad.
T-Mobile has announced it will offer AT&T customers who moved over to the Magenta network a free year of the Hulu streaming video service.
Verizon iPhone customers who have installed the new iOS 10.3 beta are reporting the option for allowing calls on other iCloud-connected devices is now available.
MacPaw’s new Mac “app smorgasbord” subscription service, Setapp, has officially launched to the public, The service currently offers over 60 apps, all for $9.99 per month.
Consumer spending analytics company TNX says usage of Apple Pay grew by over 50% in 2016.