Google Maps may be a big hit among Apple users with their newly released iOS app, but according to the latest data from analytics firm comScore, Google Maps no longer claims te title of must used mobile app in America….
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Today at the Hollywood Radio and Television Panel, Disney CEO and Apple board of directors member Bob Iger reminisced about his relationship with the late Steve Jobs.
The International Trade Commission, who specializes in trade and patent disputes across the U.S., has been persuaded by Samsung to review the preliminary decision that found a number of the smartphone maker’s products infringed on Apple’s patents.
Apple CEO Tim Cook today sent out an internal email congratulating employees on a record setting quarter. He thanked employees for their “incredible hard work and focus.” Cook also asked employees to attend an employee communications meeting scheduled for today at 10 AM Pacific time.
Earlier this month, the independent Steve Jobs biopic starring Ashton Kutcher debuted at the Sundance Film Festival – and according the The Hollywood Reporter (mirroring a previous report), the film is set to hit theaters on April 19th, allowing the rest of us the opportunity to watch the film.
CEO of investment firm DoubleLine Jeff Gundlach made a provocative statement on CNBC’s Fast Money, calling Apple a ‘broken company’, and also added that it was an ‘over-owned stock’.
Stanford University is offering the iOS 6 edition of Paul Hegarty’s highly-regarded iPhone and iPad application development course free on iTunes U again this year. The course will run on Stanford’s Piazza collaboration platform, the same social learning service that Stanford students use, as well as iTunes U.
We all have times where we’re a little bit less than happy. Some of us even let depression slip in. Is there any way that an app can help you raise your personal happiness level? Get Happy, an app designed by Dr. Lisa Patterson-Kane attempts to help you make changes to improve your life, for under a dollar.
For the first time, a one minute clip of ‘jOBS’ was released by Entertainment Weekly, showing Kutcher and Gad having a discussion in a car park about the sales potential of what would become the Apple I.
During yesterday’s Q1 2013 results call, Apple CEO Tim Cook outlined big expansion plans that will more than double the number of carriers that support fast 4G LTE data service for its iPhone 5 next week, with 36 new LTE carriers joining its existing group of 24.
California court Judge Paul S. Grewal on Wednesday denied Samsung’s request for documents from the Apple v. Samsung patent trial. The company had planned to use the documents as proof-gathering in a separate patent case currently underway in Japan.
Pebble thought the iPhone app that is needed to unlock much of the e-paper smartwatch’s functionality might not be available during the first round of deliveries to the backers of the Kickstarter project. Luckily, they were wrong.
During yesterday’s Q1 2013 results call, Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer said that the company has been focusing on establishing a new operating segment of Greater China, including Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.
During Apple’s quarterly earnings call yesterday, in which Apple executives and analysts discussed the company’s all-time record holiday 2012 quarter, Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed that Apple sold over 500 million iOS devices in total – and 10 devices every second for the entire holiday quarter!
Searching through your email on your iOS device can be a pain in the you know what. The search bar in the Mail app works well enough, but what if there was a way you could search by just using your spoken voice? If you have a Siri compatible device, there is a way.
Apple revealed a lot of interesting tidbits during their quarterly earnings call yesterday. Among them, the company revealed that they now have a whopping $137.1 billion in cash reserves. To put that into perspective, that’s more than the profits of all 5 of the top oil companies combined for all of 2012!