Back in 2010, while AT&T was the exclusive carrier for the iPhone in the U.S., it asked Research in Motion to develop a touchscreen smartphone to compete with the iPhone.
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Shortly after announcing Google Chrome for iOS at the Google I/O conference, Google has now released Google Drive for iOS, bringing their recently launched cloud service to the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Topeka Capital Markets analyst Brian White says Apple’s iPad is in little danger of losing its spot atop the tablet market to Google’s new Nexus 7. He says it’s “just another Android-based tablet.”
The Amazing Spiderman iOS game to go along with the film hit the App Store today, four days before it’s scheduled to be released in the cinema in the US.
There have been a lot of third-party web browsers released for iOS, but Google this morning at their Google I/O conference just announced the most anticipated Mobile Safari alternative to date: Google Chrome for iOS!
The Reno City Council has unanimously approved tax breaks for Apple to open two facilities in northern Nevada as part of its $1 billion investment over 10 years.
It’s been a long time since I’ve heard the name AxioTron. Back in 2007, the company created a unique modified MacBook called the ModBook – a full OS X based tablet computer (several years before the iPad!). Well, I’ve got two words for you: They’re back!
In the least offensive way possible and speaking as an Englishman, this type of scam could only be dreamt up in the north of England. A conman has been making cash packaging up potatoes and water bottles in original iPhone packaging and selling them as iPhones to unsuspecting customers.
If you’re anything like me, your iTunes library can get a bit messy from time to time. Fortunately, there’s a solution: TuneUp Media for Mac – and we’re giving away two lifetime licenses for free!
Podcasts were first brought to iTunes in 2005, and after a strong push, they seem to have fallen to the wayside. With the release of Apple’s Podcasts app this week, could Apple be announcing to the world that they’re finally taking podcasts seriously?
While Passbook is included in the iOS 6 beta offered to developers, it doesn’t actually work yet – until now, that is! Redmond Pie has provided instructions for how you can use Passbook on the latest iOS 6 beta right now!
An interesting teaser video posted at FinallyOnTheMac.com could be a sign that Sony are going to bring their audio editing software Sound Forge to the Mac.
Apple was somehow able to scrape up the necessary $2.6 million dollars for the bond needed to block sales of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1. Apple posted the bond almost immediately after winning an injunction against the iPad competitor.
If you’re looking to add some Googleicious zing to your Mac, BlueStacks has just the thing – an early beta of a new app that allows Mac users to install and run Android apps on OS X!
Apple is reportedly preparing to release iTunes 11 by year’s end. The release is expected to be a major revamp of iTunes, and include tighter integration with iCloud, as well as new music sharing features.
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