Once upon a time in Samsung Galaxy S Three times further away…
If you were to sum up my current relationship with Apple, it would be, in true Facebook style, it’s complicated. Things are not what they used to be several years ago, and the technology world has changed dramatically.
Five mobile app developers have been arrested by Japanese police for creating and embedding a virus into smartphone applications. Initial reports said that around 90,000 smartphone users were infected with the virus from apps they had downloaded.
Chitika has gathered the data from its 200,000 mobile websites, and their 4 billion ads to come up with their latest report on mobile web traffic. The mobile advertising firm releases their studies every few months or so to give insight into the mobile devices being used to access the web.
You’ve probably already seen the “shit Apple users say” videos that have been circulating around the web recently. Now Scott Rose is back, this time poking fun at Android users!
At its iPhone 5 event in September Apple let loose with a nice round number, 700,000. As in “700,000 apps available in the App Store.” Now Google has a phrase they’d like you to hear, “dead even.”
Figures released last week show that Android malware has grown by 580 percent between September 2011 and September 2012. To add insult to injury, more than 175 million downloads of “high risk” apps were from Google Play’s Top 500.
After just one month of release, Apple’s iOS 6 mobile operating system is installed on roughly 61% of all compatible devices in the U.S. and Canada. Google’s Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich? It’s melting from lack of use.
A 20 year old hacker has been arrested in northern France after creating and spreading a virus via smartphone apps that defrauded thousands of victims. The hacker grabbed about 500,000 euros from his victims before being caught.
We’ve all known all along what smartphone technology was leading up to, a smartphone controlled vibrator that connects via Bluetooth, and allows you to login and “connect” over long distances. The Vibease, it’s about time someone found a good use for a smartphone!
Android is well known as being a cesspool for all types of malware, with threats continuing to grow at an alarming pace – and now even the FBI is putting out the red flag! The Crime Complaint Center of the FBI has issued an official warning about malware attacks on Android.
When Apple released the iPad in 2010, they opened the door to a new range of ultra-portable products. The iPad was, at the time, the first notable tablet “computer” to gain any mainstream traction, and it gained a lot of…
Back in June, FOSS Patents published a list detailing 11 separate Microsoft and Google patents that Android is in violation of. Today, Florian Mueller of FOSS Patents reveals that that number is now up to 17.
After being rebranded Google Play only six months ago, the main Android marketplace has just surpassed 25 billion downloads seven months after the App Store, which reached the milestone in March.
It’s always been the accepted belief that Apple’s iOS platform was the best way for developers to monetize apps by far. Now, that’s all changing thanks to the greater diversity of app monetization strategies.
Apple releases it’s new iPhone 5 on Friday, and while its huge base of current customers will certainly be looking to upgrade, analysts are saying a good amount of the new iPhone 5 owners will be converts from the Blackberry and Android camps.