Spotify announced on Tuesday that their systems had been breached by a hacker who accessed internal company data. The company says that only one of its users’ accounts have been found to have been compromised, (so far), but it is taking steps to ensure all of its customers’ private data remains safe.
The well-known problem of iPhone owners switching to another device and then not receiving text messages on their new phone was apparently aggravated recently by a server glitch, says Apple in a statement to Re/Code.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi is looking to take on Apple’s iPad mini in China with a copycat tablet that has a nearly identical look, and product name.
Six Columbia University students have come up with “Cider,” an OS compatibility architecture capable of running iOS apps on Android.
While Apple refuses to officially acknowledge the GPU issues some early-2011 MacBook Pro owners are having with their machines, it seems they have taken ownership of an issue plaguing some iMessage users. Unfortunately, they just don’t know how to fix it.
Twitter has officially announced a “mute” feature for its iPhone, web, and Android clients. The new feature allows users to selectively turn off posts of certain users they follow, without unfollowing them.
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A new report suggests that advertisers wanting to reach iPhone users might want to invest in airline magazine advertising, while ads targeting the Android set should go up on the side of a bus.
A new report released Tuesday by Symantec reveals mobile malware authors continue to target the Android platform almost exclusively. The data was included as part of the company’s annual Internet security threat report.
A new study shows smartphone users are seven times less likely to use mobile web browser based apps than native apps, but when they do, Apple’s Safari is the web browser of choice for most.
Reports today suggest that the real target of Apple’s latest courtroom patent skirmish against Samsung may be Google and its Android operating system.
Believe me, I checked the calendar to make sure it wasn’t already April 1st before I dropped the hammer on this one. OK, here we go… Billboard is reporting that Apple is considering the launch of an on-demand streaming service similar to Spotify, and the topper to the report? It’s also thinking about making an Android version of the iTunes app available.
Google has announced enhanced iOS support for its Play Games SDK at the 2014 Game Developers Conference on Monday. The updated SDK will allow developers to expand Google Play Games turn-based and real-time multiplayer support to Apple’s iOS platform, as well as Android and the web.
Although Microsoft has a complete version of its Office productivity suite ready to go on the iPad and iPhone, the company continues to hold it back from release until new CEO Satya Nadella gives the OK for a launch date.
Pebble has announced a trio of new app partners for its popular smartwatch platform. Official apps from eBay, Evernote, and Time Warner Cable are now available in the Pebble app store.
Apple maintained its spot as the number one smartphone maker in the U.S. Meanwhile, Google’s Android held onto its spot as the overall top smartphone platform.