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Tag Archives: iOS
It’s no secret Apple and Samsung are one of the largest patent battles in recent tech history. Things have gotten quite heated over the pas few weeks in the trial. It was just revealed that Apple is licensing Microsoft some … Continue reading
Interesting finding in the new Podcast app from Apple. I think that paid podcasts would certainly be a possibility, especially ones that deliver high quality content. I’d even take it a step further and say that traditional print media would … Continue reading
9 to 5 Mac with the scoop. This is one area that Apple has been dependent on a third-party for, and using in-house software/development will seal the deal in terms of having complete control over the OS. I don’t really … Continue reading
John Gruber: My advice to Microsoft would be to go after Android, hard. Make Windows Phone the carriers’ best friend. Target your advertising on BlackBerry holdouts and dissatisfied Android users. Position Windows Phone as the alternative to the iPhone.
This is a slick solution to a really big problem with using the iPad as a production device. Typing is really great, but editing could be way better.
Peter Kafka with the details: People familiar with the company tell me it has recently been netting around $250,000 a day from the game — that’s after Apple takes its 30 percent cut. Wow.
This morning Apple announced plans to pay dividends of $2.65 per share. This is the first time since 1995 that has Apple has pay a dividend. Apple last paid a dividend of $0.12. It is worth noting that Apple will … Continue reading
Earlier this week Apple acquired app search company, Chomp. What could this mean for Apple? Well, likely a much better, enhanced Genius feature for one.
Ars Technica documents an interesting case of a blatant ripoff app being approved and making its way to number 3 on the charts within the App Store. An interesting read on the Apple approval process and how this fake Pokemon … Continue reading
The chart is absolutely insane.
Gym-Pact is a new iPhone app that will fine users if they do not go to the gym when they say they are going to. The user tells Gym-Pact how often he/she is going to go to the gym and … Continue reading
Apple’s Developer Portal will shutdown for the holidays on Thursday. Developers will not have any new apps accepted into the App Store for 8 days. Every year since the App Store opened this occurs and causes developer to scramble. As … Continue reading
It appears the folks at Microsoft even see the value in creating games for the mobile platform. Today Microsoft released its first iOS game. If you’re Nintendo, I’d suggest you take note…
As discussed in our most recent podcast, the future of gaming is in mobile devices. iOS and Android now account for 60% of gaming revenue, further driving home our point that Nintendo might need to take a closer look at … Continue reading
Chris Stevens for Fast Company provides some tidbits from “Applillionares: Secrets From Developers Who Struck It Rich on the App Store“: “The closest thing I’ve seen to a ‘business model’ for marketing iPhone apps is to advertise like crazy until … Continue reading
This seems like a bit of a stretch, but many of the major tech news outlets have reported the iPhone 5 is on schedule for a summer launch. It is wise to this rumor with a grain of salt. It … Continue reading
It took a while, but Facebook has just announced the iPad app should be going live today. The app was expected to be released at last Tuesday’s Apple event, but that did not happen.
Via 9to5 Mac. This is just further validation that the console age is dying. Hey Nintendo and Microsoft, are you reading this?
BGR reports that the Windows Phone Marketplace now has more than 30,000 applications available in it. This may seem like a decent number of apps, but comparatively, the Marketplace still lags behind… By comparison, Apple’s iTunes App Store is populated … Continue reading
The iTunes Match Beta was released last night and for the first time, confirmed that Apple will have streaming as well as the option to download the music. MacRumors has some screenshots and video of the service in action. Remember, … Continue reading
Today Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs has stepped down from his spot as CEO of Apple. Steve has requested, if the board sees fit, to stay on as Chairman. I have always said if there ever came a day when I … Continue reading
It looks like the Wall Street Journal is reporting that the iPhone will come to Sprint in mid-October. The October date sounds about right given all of the speculation about a fall iPhone release to coincide with iOS 5. The … Continue reading
This was the first case to be heard by the Federal Trade Commission dealing with applications for mobile devices and applications. Jon Leibowitz, chairman of the FTC, made a statement about the case: “The F.T.C.’s COPPA Rule requires parental notice … Continue reading