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.
I will admit that I have lost my keys at least 10 times in my life. In most cases I found them after a frantic search, but it is a horrible sinking feeling when you realize you’ve lost your keys. Enter KEEO Carbon – The first keyholder with a smartphone app to track the location of your keys.
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.
While Xbox Live is usually though of as a service that connects the Xbox consoles, Windows PCs, and Windows Phones, Microsoft has also been working to entrench its popular service into iOS and Android devices.
Amazon is reportedly readying a set-top streaming box to compete with Apple TV and Roku for a March release. Industry sources say the box will be powered by the Android operating system.
“It’s time to explore the Pebble appstore.” With those words, smartwatch maker Pebble has opened its long-anticipated appstore – The very first open platform for sharing apps optimized for wearables.
If you’ll recall, back in calendar Q3 of 2013, things were looking down for our hero, Apple. The company had fallen behind arch-enemy Samsung in the U.S. smartphone market with 35% of the market, compared to Samsung’s 38%.
Despite record sales numbers for the iPhone, Apple’s smartphone marketshare continues to falter, and Samsung’s share of Android handset sales is feeling pressure in key markets from competitors.