Orbitz discovered that Apple Mac users spend more money on hotels than PC users, so it began showing Mac users costlier hotels first in search results. Orbitz and other retailers are starting to target a new demographic of user – the Apple demographic.
A new report claims that Google and partner Asus will be “taking direct aim” at Apple’s iPad this week with the unveiling of a $199 tablet at the Google I/O conference.
Great news for the mobile app market, app retention rates are improving as publishers shift from a focus on downloads to customer acquisition and retention models. App retention rates improved 19% over the last year…
Just like the new boyfriend who is REALLY anxious to make sure their girlfriend is out of the clutches of “that other guy”, Samsung is offering to help you move all your “stuff” over to their place.
According to a report on Thursday from market researcher International Data Corp, the global market for tablet computers is growing at a faster rate than expected, and to no one’s surprise, Apple’s dazzling iPad is leading the pack.
Apple has been involved in drawn out legal battles against its rivals in a global smartphone patent war for almost three years. Recent setbacks in two key U.S. court cases are showing why long, drawn-out legal battles are bad for Apple.
The latest research report from analytics firm Flurry reveals something that most folks probably won’t find very surprising: app developers prefer coding for iOS than for Android, by a factor of 2 to 1!
Are you an advertiser looking for more bang for your buck from mobile advertising, or a developer considering an ad-supported mobile app? A new study says you’re likely to get a better return on your money and effort from iOS devices than Android phones or tablets.
According to the latest data from comScore, Android growth has hit a 3-year low, leaving the iPhone with the perfect opportunity to catch up.
While it’s no secret that Google’s Android platform is a significant target for malware, the latest findings by Finnish security form F-Secure are nothing short of horrifying: Android malware has nearly quadrupled in only one year!
Shipments of two of HTC’s latest and most popular smartphones are being blocked by U.S. customers over violations of Apple patents. The shipments are being held due to a previous ITC ruling banning the import of HTC’s Android phones.
Just how big is the problem of Android fragmentation? In order to do thorough quality insurance, developers such as Animoco must test their apps on up to 400 separate devices!
Google are working on a clone of Apple’s incredibly popular Game Center feature on iOS, which allows you to go up against your friends in most games available on the iPhone, if an inside source is to be believed.
Apple’s iOS devices continue to dominate Android in areas of actual usage, like web traffic share. According to a new report, Apple is also walloping Android in one other significant area: mobile gaming!
Over the past couple of days two reports have been released showing Android with a healthy hold on the U.S. smartphone market. One small problem with those numbers. Sales data from the three largest U.S. carriers don’t back them up. At all.
This will no doubt not appeal one bit to Android fans, but an article published on Forbes suggests that Android has reached is peak and that the only way it can go is down.