The whole world gives Android the cold shoulder when speaking of privacy and security, but is Apple any better? Not really!
Chromecast has hit iOS as Google released an app that helps you set up your Chromecast from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.
An analyst told Bloomberg that Apple’s iPad share in China has plunged in the second quarter of the year, in favor of local vendors that make affordable Android-based tablets.
When looking at two distinct tablet sales reports for Q2 2012 from competing companies, we noticed a significant difference of around 15 million Android tablets. Who’s right?
Transit, a popular and trusted public transportation app for iOS, has made its way to Android. It has public transportation routes for over 40 major cities.
There are only a few markets where Apple still rules and the tablet market is one of them. According to recent stats, it may not be for much longer.
If you’ve ever wanted to hear Apple CEO Tim Cook’s thoughts on Android’s ever growing market share, now’s your chance. His comments may surprise you.
Google Now is available on iPhone and iPad via a new Google Search app update, bringing iOS users some of the Google Now features that were exclusive to Jelly Bean users. But is it as feature-packed as the Android version?
Mobile computing pioneer Alan Kay sat down to speak at an event in Silicon Valley and shared his thoughts on the iPad which turned out to be not so great.
Eric Schmidt hinted that it’s up to Apple to approve the Google Now iOS app, but an Apple representative said that no Google app is currently found in Apple’s app review process.