Apple's iPhone game of the year Threes has updated with a free version, adopting a unique approach to revenue generation that puts advertising in the hands of its userbase.
Google takes on a big new project - fixing cities - and an iOS security hole remains vulnerable months after it was discovered.
A recently discovered flaw in iOS allows hackers to add malicious code in order to steal iCloud logins and passwords, as well as other sensitive information.The hack uses the Mail app to deploy the code.
Google quietly added location-aware capabilities to mobile search. You can now get information about landmarks, restaurants, and buildings without ever referring to their names. Available now on Android and iOS.
Apple has turned over a new leaf by announcing that Apple Music will be available on Android this fall, something that would never have happened during the Steve Jobs era. Is this just the beginning of many more Apple apps on Android?
Not announced during WWDC 2015, Apple is cooking up a new app that will allow easy migration for Android users ready to make the jump to iOS. According to Apple, Move to iOS does a lot more than just move over data.
Apple has announced that they will be launching the next version of its programming language, Swift, as open source. This puts the language in the hands of developers and will help improve it at a rapid pace.
Apple will release iOS 9, the next version of its mobile operating system, later this year. It has revealed the first details about the new features it will contain at WWDC 2015, and here's what we know so far.
Apple announced the dates for its 2015 Worldwide Developer Conference where it will reveal the future of iOS and OS X. It may also reveal a new Apple TV with third-party apps and other surprises.
Google's standalone photo service, the aptly-titled Google Photos, is the perfect tool for uploading and retaining all your favorite memories in one place. Check out our guide on how to quickly share photos using the service's Web interface or mobile app.
Android remains the top smartphone platform in the U.S. and Europe, but Google’s mobile operating system lost ground in recent months, particularly in Europe. Hope for Android’s recovery may rest in Samsung’s hands.
Apple is in talk with media companies to reduce its cut of App Store and iTunes sales, according to a report. It'd mark the first time the company has done so since it introduced the 70/30 revenue split in 2003.
If you've decided to bridge the great tech divide and leave Apple's walled garden for the unknown shores of Android, then you'll find all the tips and advice you need to help you settle in right here.
If Android simply isn’t cutting it for you anymore, then you might be considering Apple’s warm embrace. Here’s how to make the switch from Android to iOS without losing any contacts, sleep, or hair!