A new report released Tuesday by Symantec reveals mobile malware authors continue to target the Android platform almost exclusively. The data was included as part of the company’s annual Internet security threat report.
While Samsung is the leader in mobile device advertising – far outspending its rivals for commercials targeting the U.S. market – the firm’s advertising dollar advantage is shrinking, with Samsung’s rivals increasing advertising expenditures by 33% in 2013 over the previous year.
A new rumor on Tuesday claims Apple is considering bringing the research and development of future iPhone baseband processors in-house. Apple developed chips could be used in iPhones as soon as 2015.
NBC has updated their app for the iPad and iPhone, finally adding a feature many users had been longing for: AirPlay of episodes from the app to the Apple TV.
Adobe has finally released an iPad version of its photo editing software Lightroom. Lightroom mobile for the iPad allows photographers to edit and organize photos from their iPad. The app requires a subscription to both Adobe’s Creative Cloud, and Lightroom 5 to operate.
Apple says iOS 7 is now running on 87% of the devices that connect to the App Store. The announcement, via Apple’s App Store developer support page, comes seven months after the operating system’s debut.
Apple has sent out emails to developers who entered the WWDC 2014 ticket lottery. Those that have been accepted will have until April 14th to purchase the tickets.
Apple has updated its home page and iPad section to tell a story of how Bollywood choreographer Feroz Kahn uses his iPad Air to find inspiration for dance scenes and routines by capturing videos and photos of things that inspire him.
Monday saw Intel take the covers off of Thunderbolt Networking, which allows a Mac and PC to transfer data at up to 10 gigabits over an emulated Ethernet connection.
Former Burberry CEO Angela Ahrendts – who will soon assume her new position as Apple’s Senior Vice President in charge of the company’s retail and online sales – will be made an honorary Dame of the British Empire for her restoration of the Burberry brand.
The second California patent war between Apple and Samsung has turned up some internal documents from Samsung, showing how Samsung was focused on its number one competitor, and how its “#1 priority” in 2012 was to beat Apple.
Google is about to take another try at the television market, with a set-top box called Android TV. The maker of the late, unlamented Google TV says “It’s all about finding and enjoying content with the least amount of friction.” It will be “cinematic, fun, fluid, and fast.”
At first blush, this report may remind you of claims of 100 MPG automobiles, or the car that ran off of water from the 1970′s, but considering the pedigree of the parties involved, it looks as if you may soon be able to charge your iPhone from 0% to 100% in around a minute.
Apple’s iPhone trade-in program is now being offered to German customers. The German launch was spotted by Apfelpage.de in the Apple Store app.
You may remember the TaskOne, the multi-tool iPhone case we reviewed awhile back. Now TaskLab, the folks behind the TaskOne, have come up with a trio of useful new iPhone 5/s/c cases that they’re attempting to fund via Kickstarter.
Sprint announced a new credit incentive program to draw customers from other carriers on Friday. The carrier will offer new Sprint Framily subscribers up to $650 in trade-in and early termination fee credits.