If someone asked who the #1 publisher of non-game apps was on Apple’s App Store, most people would probably guess it was Apple – but as the latest data from App Annie reveals, those people would be dead wrong.
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BlackBerry announced on Thursday that demand for its new Z10 handset helped it come away with a quarterly net income of $98 million. The company sold 1 million of the new Z10s.
Apple is reported to be trying out a new customer service initiative across its retail stores. The new strategy, called “table selling,” involves assigning employees a product table where they are responsible for working with groups of customers who have different needs, but are interested in the same device.
What would happen if Apple decided to go into the cider business? A bit of a random question, but an amusing ad for Somersby cider shows the possibilities.
Apple TV rumors seem to be gaining momentum again, as a new report today says Foxconn will be supplying high-resolution screens for the much rumored television set.
Digitimes reports today that Apple is cutting shipments of the iPad mini in the second quarter. The publication’s sources tell them that the cut will be a 20% reduction for the month of April. Steeper cuts could follow for the rest of the quarter.
Tim Holmes was there the night Steve Jobs returned to Apple. Holmes was working for Apple as a Mac OS evangelist at the time, and managed to snap some images of Steve Jobs on that monumental night – with an Apple QuickTake camera, no less!
Twitterrific has long been one of the most popular 3rd-party Twitter clients for iOS, and today, IconFactory has made it even better, updating the app to version 5.2, and adding push notification support (for mentions, direct messages, favorites, retweets, and new followers), as well as a whole host of other assorted improvements and updates.
Apple has posted a job opening for an iOS Communications Application Engineer who will help to make improvements to the FaceTime and iMessage applications on iPhone.
BMW continues their push to add the iOS app experience to drivers of its luxury cars through its BMW Apps option. The company has announced tie-ins with four iOS apps. The apps are: Audible, Glympse, Rhapsody and TuneIn.
If you’re someone who networks often and goes to a lot of conferences, there’s a good chance you have a large number of business cards. Of course, you would want an easier way to organize and save them besides stuffing them away in your wallet or around your desk. There are some card readers that will do the trick by scanning the business card and saving basic contact info. Most of these card scanners do the job, but if you want something more detailed with a few more bells and whistles, the team behind DocScanner has just the answer for you.
Flipboard released a major 2.0 update for their popular iOS app today, adding an impressive new feature for creating personalized magazines on any topic of your choosing, as well as improvements to search, notifications, and more.
Apple claimed in a court filing on Tuesday that Judge Lucy Koh made an error when she vacated part of the $1.02 billion damage judgement awarded by the Apple v. Samsung trial jury. Apple says two of the Samsung products look to be subject to the verdict.
Google has released version 2.1 of its Gmail app for iOS, adding swipe controls to allow you to move back and forth between emails without returning to the inbox.
It’s easter, and aside from easter egg hunts, too much chocolate and bunnies, there’s one thing that happens every year – Easter app sales! EA, Capcom and SEGA are celebrating the occasion by slashing prices on a lot of their apps, so now’s the time to bag a bargain.
The latest Apple TV rumor is floating around on the web, and this one says Apple’s much speculated entry into the living room will include a screen that meets the 4K UHD standard, (Ultra HD), and could debut by the end of 2013.