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If you have a hard look at all the changes that come with iOS 8, it’s clear that Apple has to launch a wearable along with it.
If we come down to sheer numbers alone then Android has a significant lead over iOS, its closest rival which comes in as the second most popular mobile platform out there.
Every day this week we are giving away a ticket to Disrupt San Francisco. We’ll announce the giveaways in various locations, so make sure you follow our social accounts for tips.
In the past, European data authorities haven't been very receptive of Facebook's facial recognition software.
Apple has responded to this week’s hackings of celebrity iCloud accounts, which resulted in postings of private photographs. Here’s Apple’s statement in full: CUPERTINO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–We wanted to provide an update to our investigation into the theft of photos of certain celebrities.
Lately, there’s been a huge amount of iPhone 6-related leaks - just like it happens every year months before Apple is getting ready to announce a new smartphone.
I hate cars. Not the cars themselves, but all the crazy crap that can go wrong with them. Mostly because I know nothing about motor vehicles, nor do I have any desire to learn.
Following Google’s official Maps app hitting this big milestone earlier this year, the Facebook app has become the very first third party application to hit the 1 billion install mark on the Play Store.
Have you ever made a popular YouTube video and said to yourself, "Man, imagine if everyone who watched this and liked it decided to send me a buck?
The world is changing at an increasingly rapid pace. In the past, experts with spreadsheets and econometric models or social scientists with subscale studies and linear models may have been useful.
Galaxy Note 4 Predictions: Release Date, Specs & More is a post by Adam Mills from Gotta Be Mobile. With the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 launch date just hours away, we want to make some final predictions regarding the Galaxy Note 4 release date, Galaxy Note 4 specs, and more.
Literally hours ago Meizu officially unveiled their new device, the Meizu MX4. Just in case you missed our report the MX4 offers a 5.36-inch full HD 1080p (1920 x 1152, 418ppi) display, is powered by MediaTek’s MT6595 Octa-core processor (four ARM Cortex-A17 processor and four Cortex-A7 processors), 3GB RAM and is available in 16, 32 or 64GB versions.
Enterprise is a boring word. Like, immediately-avert-your-eyes kind of boring. And it seems that Google has gotten the picture.
Wireless speaker company Sonos has updated its entire streaming system to allow for nearly wireless speaker connectivity.
Google on Tuesday announced the rebranding of its Enterprise products and services group to a friendlier “Google for Work” name that should resonate better with small businesses and anyone using Google services, such as Maps, Search, Chrome, Android and Cloud Platform, to perform their day-to-day work.
Google wants companies to know its business offerings, like Google Apps, are for organizations of all sizes, not just large companies Google Enterprise, the company's platform for providing Gmail, Drive, and other apps to businesses, is being rebranded as Google for Work.
HTC’s rumored upcoming Nexus 9 tablet, believed to be released sometime this year in either October or November, will come with an official Google accessory that has never been available with a Nexus tablet before: a keyboard folio case.
Now TV is an internet television service owned by BSkyB. Instead of operating over BSkyB’s satellite network, subscribers can watch TV shows over their fixed line or mobile broadband internet connection.
Following in the footsteps of the T-Mobile (yet again), Sprint is now advertising its WiFi calling feature as a way to save money on international roaming charges.
Labor Day is now behind us but the opportunity to still save 20% on any Android accessory surely isn't!