Analyst Sameer Singh is forecasting bad news for PCs, and expects tablet devices to overtake them in sales sometime in the next few months. By the end of 2013, tablets may be more popular than their PC counterparts.
Crosswa.lk will allow company's to embed a button on their sites, letting people download iOS apps without needing to even have their mobile device present. The API is currently in beta and being tested out by a handful of developers.
Google recently updated its iOS Gmail app, allowing users to choose another of the company's native app to automatically launch links with. Traditionally, Apple defaults to its own apps, offering no option to select an alternative.
A new study shows that, despite being the most prolific OS, Android users generate half the amount of Web traffic as iOS users. However, the study only looked at U.S. data and a small pool of just 10 Web sites.
Need some background music but keep getting distracted? Focus@Will combines the best of both worlds with its new app that actually makes you concentrate harder thanks to its music.
When buying a used automobile, it's the dealer that typically has the upper hand. But the new Snafu Scan app seeks to give the car buyer more power when negotiating deals.
Rumors coming out of Apple's Taiwan supply chain point to a new, "cost-efficient" iPhone that could be unveiled soon. The device would be implemented quarter-by-quarter in emerging markets.
Home Design 3D lets users create virtual renderings of their home so they can test out paint colors and furniture layouts. The app, available for $7 on iOS, received praise from NY Times as one of the best interior design apps available.
The Facebook-connected 'Angry Birds Friends' is now available on the App Store. Play against your friends on Facebook with daily and weekly updates. As usual, you can get a free, ad-supported version of the game, or a premium, ad-free version.
The Department of Defense seems poised to approve iOS 6 and Samsung Galaxy devices for official use in the Pentagon. This decision does not bode well for BlackBerry, the longtime source of ultra-secure mobile communication.
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.
Secure instant messaging service Redact is so confident that its system is impenetrable, it's offering hackers $15,000 to intercept and decrypt a single message. The option to give it a go will only be made available to 20 applicants.
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Jawbone recently announced that it is partnering up with several other health apps to create a more detailed profile for its users. Soon it will open up its API to all developers looking to create integrated apps.
Verizon sees profit in saving the planet; plans to spend $100 million on solar panels and green tech
Verizon is expected to announce a $100 million dollar endeavor to install solar panels and fuel cells in 19 of its locations, across seven states. An industry-wide step towards clean energy could be foreseeable if it's a sucess.